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Sep 29, 2020 - TexNet-CISR
Staniewicz, Scott; Jingyi Chen, 2020, "Replication Data for: Staniewicz et al. (2020), GRL, InSAR reveals complex surface deformation patterns...", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/AVDBOJ, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V4
Supporting data for “InSAR reveals complex surface deformation patterns over an 80,000 square kilometer oil-producing region in the Permian Basin” by Scott Staniewicz, Jingyi Chen, Hunjoo Lee, Jon Olson, Alexandros Savvaidis, Robert Reedy, Caroline Breton, Ellen Rathje, Peter Hen...
TIFF Image - 19.5 MB - MD5: 2325dfb8941d0f3e9119a4a216494a86
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2017, for the ascending path 78
TIFF Image - 26.5 MB - MD5: c325262b80650f8a85ecd18ee3f7e110
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2017, for the descending path 85
TIFF Image - 19.5 MB - MD5: bae939c7bc45595571e03605721da5a6
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2018, for the ascending path 78
TIFF Image - 26.5 MB - MD5: 120383ba54abddab74b18dac25f634e9
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2018, for the descending path 85
TIFF Image - 19.5 MB - MD5: 9a4e08ad6ce57d3a601867da9d00166d
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2019, for the ascending path 78
TIFF Image - 26.5 MB - MD5: a03daa1464f81f9f1812bc5656bc3b33
Contains the line-of-sight cumulative deformation (in cm, positive=away from satellite) between Nov. 2014 and Jan. 2019, for the descending path 85
Sep 29, 2020 - Latin American Collections
Hicks, Teresa E.; Palacios, Albert A.; Shensky, Michael, 2019, "Villa Correspondence, 1913-1919, from the Lázaro de la Garza Archive", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/MY9LAY, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V2
Data scraped and set created from the item-level descriptions provided in the finding aid for Part I: Villa Correspondence, 1913-1919, Lázaro de la Garza Archive, available through the Texas Archival Resources Online portal. The bulk of this correspondence dates October 1913-June...
MS Excel Spreadsheet - 96.9 KB - MD5: 5b35444e9d88475387c98ae04e8b0e14
Dataset without latitude and longitude coordinates for the correspondence recipient. Coordinates were removed to facilitate a GIS workshop.
Comma Separated Values - 646 B - MD5: 818cd9ffc90af9060ef9c91a4908317d
This file contains the name, latitude, and longitude of the GPS stations used within the ascending path 78. The CSV also contains the row and column of these location within the grids used for path 78. The GPS ENU time series may be found at the Nevada Geodetic Laboratory. We...
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