|Region:||Kamchatka and Mainland Asia|
|Measurement method(s):||GPS - continuous, Levelling|
|Duration of observation:||1970s to 1990s (levelling)|
|Inferred cause of deformation:||Uncertain|
|Characteristics of deformation:|
Lingyun et al. (2014) present “a broad view of present-day 3D deformation field around the Northeast China region was derived from GPS and leveling observations”.
The authors analyzed the vertical deformation surrounding the Wuclalianchi Volcanic Group using specifically levelling data, as well as the Longgang Volcanic Group, and Chang-baishan Tianchi Volcano. They found that the “Wudalianchi Volcanic Group was subsiding with a large velocity, which is consistent with its surrounding areas” (Figures 1 and 2; levelling results).
|Reference:||Lingyun, J., Qingliang, W., & Shuangxu, W. (2014). Present-day 3D deformation field of Northeast China, observed by GPS and leveling. Geodesy and Geodynamics, 5(3), 34-40|
|Reference:||Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program |
Lingyun et al. (2014): “Vertical deformation velocities around the Northeast China region (relative to Changchun) with red arrows indicate uplift, blue arrows indicate subsidence”. Published under Open Access.
Lingyun et al. (2014): “Contour map showing the vertical displacement velocities around the northeast China region (relative to Changchun)”. Published under Open Access.