Station summaryGAL1

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    Tide Gauge
IGS-type acronym : GAL1
Latitude : 29.32988068
Longitude : -94.73680897
Installed date : 1995-09-29
Decommissioned date : 2003-07-10
Country : U.S.A.
Station status : Decommissioned (white and red cross)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 5938
Domes Nr.: 49872S001
Station operator: Unknown
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GPS position times seriesGAL1


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Offsets (mm)

MMaterial change or malfunction
RFReference Frame change
NANot available
Position discontinuity
Velocity discontinuity
Vertical component
East component
North Component

Data available at SONELGAL1

Quality plots on RINEX filesGAL1

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Co-located instrumentsGAL1


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  • puce Blum, Rahn et al., 2023. Land loss in the Mississippi River Delta: Role of subsidence, global sea-level rise, and coupled atmospheric and oceanographic processes. Global and Planetary Change. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce C.-Letetrel, M.-Karpytchev et al., 2015. Estimation of vertical land movement rates along the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico over the past decades. Continental Shelf Research. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce Kolker, Allison et al., 2011. An evaluation of subsidence rates and sea‐level variability in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference
  • puce Liu, Li et al., 2019. Groundwater Level Change Management on Control of Land Subsidence Supported by Borehole Extensometer Compaction Measurements in the Houston-Galveston Region, Texas. Geosciences. Get this reference
  • puce Liu, Li et al., 2020. Land subsidence contributions to relative sea level rise at tide gauge Galveston Pier 21, Texas. Scientific Reports. Get this reference
  • puce Qu, Lu et al., 2015. Mapping ground deformation over Houston–Galveston, Texas using multi-temporal InSAR. Remote Sensing of Environment. Get this reference