Enhanced Access to NASA Heterogeneous Geodetic Imaging Products through GeoGateway Analysis, Modeling, and Response Tools
Principal Investigator: Andrea Donnellan, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Co-Investigators (Co-PI): Jay Parker, Robert Granat, Michael Heflin: JPL; Marlon Pierce, Jun Wang: Indiana University; John Rundle: UC Davis; Lisa Grant Ludwig: UC Irvine
GeoGateway is a web map-based science gateway that expands the utility of NASA’s geodetic imaging data. GeoGateway provides tools for scientific discovery, field use, and disaster response using Interferometric SAR (InSAR) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) integrated with earthquake faults data sets, seismicity data, and models. The goal is to expand the utility of NASA geodetic data sets by making the data easy to access, analyze, and interpret.
Under this ACCESS award, Andrea Donnelan’s team at JPL developed the capability to analyze and rate products. Feature detection tools were developed for estimating slip on fault and for analyzing time dependent geodetic data.
The goal of this ACCESS 15 project was to bring GeoGateway to an operational level of maturity. Objectives included:
- Simplify the discovery of geodetic imaging products
- Enable users to explore and integrate data through online or offline analysis
- Allow researchers to easily share, publish, and collaborate on results of these online experiments
- User annotation and notecards
- Data quality metrics
- Support of automated feature detection
- Incorporation of optical data products
- Support for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR) and, eventually, the joint NASA-ISRO SAR Mission (NISAR).
GeoGateway tools were used to analyze the 2018 Montecito Debris flows following the Thomas fire near Santa Barbara, California and to relate post-seismic slip associated with the 2010 M7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake to fault friction laws. More recently, UAVSAR products were published for Southern California’s Woolsey Fire. Products posted on GeoGateway are used by the US Geological Survey and the State of California as well as by academic researchers.
In the News:
- Radar Data Highlights Areas Damaged by Wildfire and Debris Flows
- NASA Study Connects Southern California, Mexico Faults
- California Faults Moved Quietly After Baja Quake
- NASA Gives 99-Percent Probability Of 5.0 Earthquake In LA
- DeLong, S.B., Donnellan, A., Ponti, D.J., Rubin, R.S., Seitz, G., Schwartz, D.P., Prentice, C.S., Dawson, T.E., Lienkaemper, J.J., Hudnut, K.W., Rosa, C., Pickering, A., Parker, J.W. (2016). Tearing the terroir: Details and implications of surface rupture and deformation from the 24 August 2014 M6.0 South Napa earthquake, California. Earth and Space Science, 3(10), 416-430. doi: 10.1002/2016EA000176
- Donnellan, A., Arrowsmith, R., and DeLong, S. (2017). Spatio-Temporal Mapping of Plate Boundary Faults in California using Geodetic Imaging. Special Issue "Advances in Lithological and Structural Mapping Using Earth Observation Data," Geosciences, 7(1), 15. doi: 10.3390/geosciences7010015
- Donnellan, A., Arrowsmith, R., and Langenheim, V., (2016). Select Airborne Techniques for Mapping and Problem Solving. In R. Anderson and H. Ferriz (eds.), Applied Geology in California (pp. 541-566). Redwood City, CA: Star Publishing.
- Donnellan, A., Parker, J.W., Heflin, M.B., Lyzenga, G.A., Grant Ludwig, L., Rundle, J.B., Wang, J., and Pierce, M., (2018). Fracture Advancing Step Tectonics Observed in the Yuha Desert and Ocotillo Following the 2010 M7.2 El Mayor – Cucapah Earthquake. Earth and Space Science, 5(9), 456-472. doi: 10.1029/2017EA000351
- Donnellan, A., Parker, J.W., Milliner, C., Farr, T.G., Glasscoe, M., Lou, Y., and Hawkins, B. (2018). UAVSAR and Optical Analysis of the Thomas Fire Scar and Montecito Debris Flows: Case Study of Methods for Disaster Response using Remote Sensing Products. Earth and Space Science, 5(7), 339-347. doi: 10.1029/2018EA000398
- Glasscoe, M.T., Parker, J.W., Wang, J, Pierce, M.E., Yoder, M.R., Eguchi, R.T., Huyck, C.K, Hu, Z.H., Bevington, J., Ghosh, S., Gill, S., Chen, Z.Q., and Rosinski, A. (2016). Applications of E-Decider Decision Support Tools for Disaster Response and Recovery. In R. Anderson and H. Ferriz (eds.), Applied Geology in California (pp. 631-650). Redwood City, CA: Star Publishing.
- Granat, R., Donnellan, A., Glasscoe, M., Clustering Analysis Methods for GPS Displacement and Velocity Observations, (in prep).
- Heflin, M., Donnellan, A., Parker, J.W., Lyzenga, G., Moore, A., Grant Ludwig, L., Rundle, J., Wang, J., Pierce, M., Automated Estimation of Positions, Velocities, Breaks, and Seasonal Terms from Daily GNSS Measurements, (in prep).
- Parker, J., Glasscoe, M., Donnellan, A., Stough, T., Pierce, M., and Wang, J. (2016). Radar Determination of Fault Slip and Location in Partially Decorrelated Images. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 174(6), 2295-2310. doi: 10.1007/s00024-016-1403-z
- Rundle, J.B., Giguere, A., Turcotte, D.L., Crutchfield, J.P. and Donnellan, A. (2018). Global Seismic Nowcasting with Shannon Information Entropy. Earth and Space Science, 6, 1-7. doi: 10.1029/2018EA000464
- Rundle, J.B., Luginbuhl, M., Giguere, A. and Turcotte, D.L. (2019). Natural Time, Nowcasting and the Physics of Earthquakes: Estimation of Seismic Risk to Global Megacities. In Williams, C.A., Peng, Z., Zhang, Y., Fukuyama, E., Goebel, Th., and Yoder, M. (Eds.), Earthquakes and Multi-hazards Around the Pacific Rim, Vol. II. (pp. 123-136). Basel, Switzerland: Birkhäuser.
- Rundle, J.B., Luginbuhl, M.A., Khapikova, P., Turcotte, D.L., Donnellan, A. and McKim, G. (2018). Nowcasting Great Global Earthquake and Tsunami Sources. Pure and Applied Geophysics, pp.1-10, doi: 10.1007/s00024-018-2039-y
- Rundle, J.B., Turcotte, D.L., Donnellan, A., Grant Ludwig, L., Luginbuhl, M., and Gong, G. (2016). Nowcasting earthquakes, Earth and Space Science, 3(11), 480-486. doi: 10.1002/2016EA000185
- Rundle, J.B., Holliday, J.R., Graves, W.R., Rundle, P.B., Jeremic, B., Kunnath, S., Feltstykket, R., Mayeda, K., Turcotte, D.L., Donnellan, A. (2016). A Practitioner’s Guide to Operational Real Time Earthquake Forecasting. In R. Anderson and H. Ferriz (eds.), Applied Geology in California (pp. 983-1003). Redwood City, CA: Star Publishing.
Last Updated: Aug 5, 2019 at 2:14 PM EDT