Event Supersite Chile

Event Supersite Chile

 

Welcome to GEO's Chile Event Supersite Website

Sections
SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links

Data Source availability

Revisions

New on Thursday May 27:       updated PALSAR interferograms and slip model
New on Friday Apr 30:       slip model and InSAR ascii datafile
New on Thursday Apr 29:       GPS interseismic, coseismic
and postseismic maps

New on Monday Mar 29:       new Envisat data
New on Friday Mar 26:       ScanSAR interferogram
New on Tuesday Mar 23:       High Rate GPS time series
New on Friday Mar 19:       Envisat interferogram
      more ALOS data       GPS coseismic model
      NEST-DORIS PALSAR interferograms
      GMTSAR PALSAR interferograms
New on Tuesday Mar 16:       rupture properties
New on Friday Mar 12:       Updated aftershocks
      M 6.9 aftershock link       AIST damage map
      tsunami link       IPGP Tsunami study
New on Thursday Mar 11:       ALOS data
New on Wednesday Mar 10:       Tsunami report
New on Tuesday Mar 09:       GPS coseismic displacement
New on Monday Mar 08:       New Envisat data
      UCSD Palsar interferogram
New on Saturday Mar 06:       damage map
New on Friday Mar 05:       GSI PALSAR interferogram
      GFZ rupture movie
New on Thursday Mar 04:       ALOS PALSAR requests
      Stress Transfer
New on Wednesday Mar 03:       IPGP seismic context
      Envisat archive data       Surface displacement
New on Monday Mar 01:       USGS source map
New on Sunday Feb 28:       shake map       coherence map
      aftershocks

  

SAR
Envisat most recent
May 15 2010
ERS Feb 14 2002
ALOS Mar 9 2010
TerraSAR-X No data available
Radarsat-1 No data available
Radarsat-2 No data available
Cosmo No data available
Seismic
Short-period IRIS Chile Map
Long-period No data available
Broad-band No data available
Geodetic
Continuous GPS UNAVCO's DAI
Campaign GPS UNAVCO's DAI
Strainmeter No data available
Tilt No data available
Others
Gas No data available
gravity No data available
High-res No data available
Lidar No data available

Earthquake, 27 February 2010 06:35 UTC, Latitude 35.846°S,Longitude 72.719°W, 8.0, Depth 35 km (USGS).

If you have data or results that you would like to post on this webpage, please e-mail Falk Amelung, the Task Leader of GEO's Supersite initiative (famelung@rsmas.miami.edu) or Susanna Gross (supersites@unavco.org).
Please include a kmz file as they are convenient to use in the field.
Instrumental intensity from the USGS:

SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links

SAR Data

Supersites ESA SAR Data for Download index of SAR data for download

ESA Plans ESA's planning page

ALOS PALSAR

Conditions for the use of ALOS data

  1. The data sets are to be utilized only for the requested purposes of the GEO Task.
  2. The data shall not be re-distributed to another party.
  3. All copyright of PALSAR data belongs to JAXA and METI; thus, copyright should be indicated as © METI, JAXA
  4. GEO Secretariat to report to JAXA the name (or affiliation) of each user and how the data was used.
ALOS download form

If you use these data files in your research please acknowledge the contribution of GEO in supporting the supersites archive. ALOS data are copyright JAXA and METI and must be used to study the Chile earthquake, with details of the study and any publications reported to EOPI@esa.int (see http://eopi.esa.int). To download ALOS data, use your EOLI-SA virtual archive account. If you do not have one yet, please contact EOHelp@esa.int.

requested coseismic PALSAR
requested coseismic PALSAR
SceneID date Path
ALPSRP091326440 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326450 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326460 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326470 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326480 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326490 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326500 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326510 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP091326520 10/12/07 111
ALPSRP218816440 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816450 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816460 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816470 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816480 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816490 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816500 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816510 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP218816520 3/4/10 111
ALPSRP214586390 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586400 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586410 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586420 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586430 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586440 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586450 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586460 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586470 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586480 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586490 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586500 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586510 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP214586520 2/3/10 112
ALPSRP221296390 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296400 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296410 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296420 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296430 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296440 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296450 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296460 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296470 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296480 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296490 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296500 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296510 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP221296520 3/21/10 112
ALPSRP109706400 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706410 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706420 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706430 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706440 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706450 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706460 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706470 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706480 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706490 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP109706500 2/15/08 113
ALPSRP223776390 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776400 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776410 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776420 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776430 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776440 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776450 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776460 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776470 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776480 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776490 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP223776500 4/7/10 113
ALPSRP165866390 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866400 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866410 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866420 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866430 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866440 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866450 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866460 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866470 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866480 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP165866490 3/6/09 114
ALPSRP219546390 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546400 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546410 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546420 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546430 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546440 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546450 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546460 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546470 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546480 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP219546490 3/9/10 114
ALPSRP215316390 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316400 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316410 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316420 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316430 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316440 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316450 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316460 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP215316470 2/8/10 115
ALPSRP222026390 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026400 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026410 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026420 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026430 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026440 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026450 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026460 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP222026470 3/26/10 115
ALPSRP217796390 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796400 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796410 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796420 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796430 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796440 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796450 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP217796460 2/25/10 116
ALPSRP224506390 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506400 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506410 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506420 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506430 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506440 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506450 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP224506460 4/12/10 116
ALPSRP166596410 3/11/09 117
ALPSRP166596420 3/11/09 117
ALPSRP166596430 3/11/09 117
ALPSRP166596440 3/11/09 117
ALPSRP220276410 3/14/10 117
ALPSRP220276420 3/14/10 117
ALPSRP220276430 3/14/10 117
ALPSRP220276440 3/14/10 117
ALPSRP216046390 2/13/10 118
ALPSRP216046400 2/13/10 118
ALPSRP216046410 2/13/10 118
ALPSRP216046420 2/13/10 118
ALPSRP216046430 2/13/10 118
ALPSRP222756390 3/31/10 118
ALPSRP222756400 3/31/10 118
ALPSRP222756410 3/31/10 118
ALPSRP222756420 3/31/10 118
ALPSRP222756430 3/31/10 118
ALPSRP211816390 1/15/10 119
ALPSRP211816400 1/15/10 119
ALPSRP211816410 1/15/10 119
ALPSRP211816420 1/15/10 119
ALPSRP211816430 1/15/10 119
ALPSRP218526390 3/2/10 119
ALPSRP218526400 3/2/10 119
ALPSRP218526410 3/2/10 119
ALPSRP218526420 3/2/10 119
ALPSRP218526430 3/2/10 119
ALPSRP092704340 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704350 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704360 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704370 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704380 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704390 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP092704400 10/21/07 420
ALPSRP220194340 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194350 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194360 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194370 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194380 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194390 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP220194400 3/13/10 420
ALPSRP211734260 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734270 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734280 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734290 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734300 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734310 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734320 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734330 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734340 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734350 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734360 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734370 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734380 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734390 1/14/10 422
ALPSRP211734400 1/14/10 422
ALPSRS117794350 4/10/08 422
ALPSRS117794400 4/10/08 422
ALPSRS218444350 3/1/10 422
ALPSRS218444400 3/1/10 422
Dr. Ozawa at the NEID and collaborators have produced an interferogram using PALSAR ScanSAR

Interferograms derived from ALOS PALSAR data processed by Xiaopeng Tong and David Sandwell using GMTSAR. kmz-files are available at ftp://topex.ucsd.edu/pub/chile_eq/chile_insar.zip . All raw data are available to WInSAR investigators. Send e-mail to dsandwell@ucsd.edu.

NEST-DORIS processed PALSAR interferograms by Petar Marinkovic at PPO Labs. NEST-DORIS software will be released later in 2010.

A map of estimated building damage from Masashi Matsuoka of Japan's AIST using PALSAR images. for more information, see their report (in Japanese with English translation). Click for full size.

An interferogram by Xiaopeng Tong and David Sandwell of UCSD. Click for full size.

An interferogram from JAXA's ALOS Research and Application Project Click for full size.

(See JAXA website on the Chile event in Japanese)

An interferogram from Geographical Survey Institute of Japan Click for full size.

We are hoping the following ALOS/PALSAR scenes will be made available to study this event. Highest priority tracks have been marked with *.

Ascending Paths

Path 108, Frames (6490-6610); Archives (0?); Observation requests (2010/04/14 FBS; 2010/5/30 FBD)
*Path 109 Frames (6490-6580); Archives (> 8 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/16 FBS; 2010/05/01 FBD)
*Path 110 Frames (64300-6550); Archives (> 10 dates); Observation requests (2010/04/02 FBS; 2010/05/18 FBD)
*Path 111 Frames (6440-6520); Archives (> 11 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/04 FBS; 2010/04/19 FBS)
*Path 112 Frames (6410-6540); Archives (> 8 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/21 FBS; 2010/05/06 FBD)
*Path 113 Frames (6420-6510); Archives (> 6 dates); Observation requests (2010/04/07 FBS; 2010/05/23 FBD)
*Path 114 Frames (6420-6480); Archives (> 12 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/09 FBS; 2010/04/24 FBS)
*Path 115 Frames (6360-6470); Archives (> 6 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/26 FBS; 2010/05/11 FBD)
*Path 116 Frames (6360-6460); Archives (> 8 dates); Observation requests (2010/04/12 FBS; 2010/05/28 FBD)
*Path 117 Frames (6350-6440); Archives (> 10 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/14 FBS; 2010/04/29 FBS)
*Path 118 Frames (6340-6440); Archives (> 4 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/31 FBS; 2010/05/16 FBD)
*Path 119 Frames (6320-6420); Archives (> 4 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/02 FBS; 2010/04/17 FBS)

Descending Paths

*418 Frames (4300-4400); Archives (> 2 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/25 WB1; 2010/05/10 WB1)
419 Archives (0?)
420 Frames (4330-4400) Archives (≥ 1 date FBS, >3 dates WB1); Observation planned (2010/03/13 FBS)
*421 Frames (4300-4400); Archives (> 3 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/30 WB1; 2010/05/15 WB1)
*422 Frames (4300-4400); Archives (> 4 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/01 WB1; 2010/04/16 WB1)
*423 Frames (4300-4400); Archives (> 1 dates); Observation requests (2010/03/18 WB1; 2010/05/03 WB1)
*424 Frames (4300-4400); Archives (> 8 dates); Observation requests (2010/04/04 WB1; 2010/05/20 WB1)

ERS-2:

Matthew Pritchard of Cornell University has prepared a coherence map:

ENVISAT:

GFZ Potzdam has produced an interferogram of Volcano deformation in the near field of the Chile earthquake

Envisat tasking plans so far:
Track 53, IM, I2, VV, between lat S33 and S38, first acquisition on 26 March (and successive dates until 22 October 2010)
Track 118, IM, I5, VV, between S35 and S38, first acquisition on 31 March (and 1 successive date until June 2010)

RADARSAT-1:

TERRASAR-X:

SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links

Topography Data


    SRTM30+ v 6.0 data; Sandwell et al.; (UNAVCO plot) Click for full size.
SAR, Topography,Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links


Visible/Infrared Images


    Robin LaCassin of the IPGP has prepared a study of Tsunami run-up at Constitucion using Google Earth. The report in pdf format can be downloaded by clicking on the image above.

SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links


GPS Data

    Ben Brooks contributed two maps of coseismic and postseismic displacements plotted with inter-seismic velocities measured with GPS.


    A map showing interseismic velocities (yellow) and Maule co-seismic displacement (red) for the M8.8 Chile earthquake. Data from 21 stations, especially in the near field area in Chile, come from the cGPS network installed under the framework of the chilean-french cooperation, the international laboratory "Montessus de Ballore". A description of the cooperation and networks is available at (https://www.lia-mb.net). A paper with 29 authors is currently in review. C. Vigny(1), A. Socquet(2), S. Peyrat (3), J.-C. Ruegg(2), M. Métois(1,2), R. Madariaga(1), S. Morva(1), R. Lacassin(2), J. Campos(3), D. Carrizo(4), M. Bejar-Pizarro(2), S. Barrientos(3,5), R. Armijo(2) and the SSN team (a), the LIA-MdB team (b), the CAP team (c)
    a) The SSN team : C. Aranda(5), M.-C. Valderas-Bermejo(5) and I. Ortega(5)
    b) The LIA-`Montessus de Ballore' post-seismic team : F. Bondoux(6), S. Baize(7), H. Lyon-Caen(1), A. Pavez(3), and J.P. Vilotte(2)
    c) The CAP team: M. Bevis(8), B. Brooks(9), R. Smalley(10), H. Parra(11), J.-C. Baez(12), M. Blanco(13), S. Cimbaro(14) and E. Kendrick(8)
    Affiliations: (1) Laboratoire de Géologie de l'ENS, UMR CNRS 8538, Paris, France (2) Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris and Université Paris-Diderot (Sorbonne Paris-Cité), UMR CNRS 7154, Paris, France (3) Departamento de Geofisica, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile (4) Advanced Mining Technology Center, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile (5) Servicio Sismologico Nacional, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile (6) Institut pour la recherche et le développement, IRD, Lima, Peru (7) BERSSIN/IRSN, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France (8) SES, Ohio State University, Colombus, Ohio, USA (9) HIGP, University of Hawai, Honolulu, Hawai, USA (10) CERI, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tenesse, USA (11) Instituto Geográfico Militar, Santiago, Chile (12) Universidad de Concepcion, Los Angeles, Chile (13) Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina (14) Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Argentina


    A map showing interseismic velocities (yellow), post-seismic displacement from existing stations (red), and locations of installed NSF RAPID stations for which velocities are forthcoming (pink squares). Ben Brooks, James Foster, Mike Bevis, Bob Smalley, Hector Parra, Juan Carlos Baez Soto, Mauro Blanco, Eric Kendrick, Jeff Genrich, and Dana Caccamise.

    Simon Banville, working for Richard Langley at the University of New Brunswick has prepared plots of ground motion from GPS station CONZ, one of which is shown below:       longer time scale       shorter time scale

    Fred Pollitz has prepared a map of the co-seismic displacement field

    The above figure compares observed GPS static offsets (courtesy J.Foster, B.Brooks, Project CAP) with the predictions of a uniform-slip model. This model involves 5m slip on a 600 km long plane (shown as a composite of 12 sub-planes) extending from 60 km to the surface. Following the global CMT solution, the fault dips 18 deg toward the East and strikes N17.5E, and the slip vector has a rake of 112 deg. The uniform dislocation is imposed on the PREM model and calculated in a spherical geometry (Pollitz, 1996). The amplitude of the displacement field is matched well in the far field -- suggesting that the average slip of the earthquake is close to the assumed value of 5m. The data considered so far indicate that slip in the northern part is somewhat less than 5m, and slip is likely variable over the considered fault surface.

    UNAVCO Data Archive Interface for this region.

SAR, Topography,Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links


Surface Deformation

SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links

Earthquake Data

SAR, Topography, Visible, GPS, Surface Deformation, Earthquakes, Links

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