Bay Area Regional Deformation Network (BARD)
Cite the BARD:
"BARD (2016), Bay Area Regional Deformation Network. UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory. Dataset. doi:10.7932/BARD."
Acknowledge the BARD:
"Data for this study come from the Bay Area Regional Deformation Network (BARD), doi:10.7932/BARD, operated by the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory, which is archived at the Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC), doi: 10.7932/NCEDC."
Please use these statements in your publication acknowledgments.
BARD is a network of continuously operating Global Positioning System receivers in Northern California. The primary goal of the network is to monitor crustal deformation across the Pacific-North America plate boundary and in the San Francisco Bay Area for earthquake hazard reduction studies and rapid earthquake emergency response assessment. For current BARD network information as well as individual station pages, please see the Berkeley Seismological Lab's BARD pages.
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