The beauty and diversity of the Caribbean region is a result of geological and atmospheric processes that also pose serious threats to the large population within reach of seismic faults, hurricanes tracks, or sea-level change. The capacity to understand, prepare for, adapt to, and in some cases predict these natural hazards requires Earth observations on both large and small scales.

The Continuously Operating Caribbean GPS Observational Network (COCONet) project was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the aim of developing a large-scale geodetic and atmospheric infrastructure in the Caribbean that will form the backbone for a broad range of geoscience and atmospheric investigations and enable research on process-oriented science questions with direct relevance to geohazards.

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2016 Community Workshop: COCONet - Results, Sustainability,
and Capacity Building
May 3-5, 2016

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Science Snapshots and Highlights

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Station Recovery in Haiti
29 August 2016. From July 10th through July 17th, Renaldo Sauveur and Dr. Steeve Symithe from the Central National de I’Information Géo-Spatiale (CNIGS) and
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Data Event Response to the 9 June 2016 Mw 6.1 Earthquake 17km E of Puerto Morazan, Nicaragua
22 June 2016. In response to the Mw6.1 earthquake 17km E of Puerto Morazán, Nicaragua on 2016-06-10, UNAVCO downloaded high-rate one-sample-per-second (1-sps or 1 Hz) data from nearby GPS
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Science Snapshot: Pinpointing Slip and Earthquake Location with the Guatemalan Geodetic Network
14 June 2016. The 7 November 2012 moment magnitude 7.4 Champerico (Guatemala) earthquake is among a growing number of subduction zone events observed by a local geodetic network.
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