Slow slip events in Mexico revised from the processing of 11 year GPS observations
The world's largest observed Slow Slip Events (SSE) occurred in 2001-2002 and 2006 in the Guerrero subduction zone, Mexico. Using an improved GPS processing that accounts for time-varying atmospheric phenomena as well as oceanic, atmospheric and hydrologic loading corrections, the 11 year GPS position time series in Guerrero show a noise reduction of ∼50% with respect to previous studies. Thanks to the improved position time series and, in particular, the simultaneous analysis of the...[Show more]
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