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What is the UNAVCO Archive?

What is the UNAVCO Archive?

UNAVCO operates a community Archive, which provides long-term secure storage and easy retrieval of GNSS data, strain data, various derived products and related metadata. The Archive primarily stores high-precision geodetic data used for research purposes, collected under National Science Foundation- and NASA- sponsored projects. A relational database management system (RDBMS) is used to facilitate data and metadata entry and retrieval. More information about the UNAVCO Archive can be found here.

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