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PROJECTS

General presentation of the projects in which our group is involved

MASE

MASE was started in 2004 as a collaboration between the Tectonics Observatory at Caltech (TO), the Instituto de Geofisica and the Centro de Geociencias at UNAM and the Center for Embedded Network Systems (CENS) at UCLA. The initial seismic survey of this project is the Acapulco-Tampico trans-Mexico line and was started in 2005 and was scheduled to remain in place until late 2006. The line consists of 100 broadband sensors (GURALP CMG-3T) spaced approximately 5 km apart. Tha spacing is design to allow imaging from the mid to lower crust down to the lowest part of the subduction process. The data are recorded continuously at 100 samples per second. A second deployment of the seismic instruments is planned in Oaxaca in 2006-2007, along a transect that samples the slab where it is dipping at approximately 20 °.

MexDB

MexDB is a relational database for the Mexican Volcanic Belt. It is built at the Centro de Geociencias, Campus UNAM, Jurquilla. MexDB shall enable the versatile and systematic evaluation of geological, geochemical, volcanological and structural data available for the Mexican Volcanic Belt for a variety of scientific goals (e.g. arc evolution, arc magma formation, arc growth rates and mass balance).

 
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