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1. Tectonic Plate Motion Calculator from UNAVCO [UNAVCO_NNR_Plate_Motion_Calc]
This program is for the calculation of tectonic plate motion at any location on Earth using one or more plate motion models. Users can specify: * position in geographic or WGS-84 XYZ coordinates ...

2. Plate Motion Calculator from Utrecht University [Utrecht_Univ_Plate_Motion_Calc]
The Utrecht University Plate Motion Calculator calculates the velocity an azimuth of a point on a tectonic plate using a user-specified pole location or the NUVEL-1 model for relative motion.

3. Present-Day Relative and Absolute Plate Motion Calculators from University of Tokyo, Ocean Research Institute [ORI_Plate_Motion_Calc]
Professor Kensaku Tamaki's Plate Motion Calculator provides users a means to calculate present-day relative or absolute plate motions. Users may choose between two models, NUVEL-1 or NUVEL-1A, to ...

4. Plate Velocity Calculator from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory [LDEO_Plate_Velocity_Calc]
Dr. William Menke's Plate Motion Calculator allows users to calculate spreading rates for the world's major ridges using NUVEL-1 Plate Velocity Parameters. To make the calculation, users choose the ...

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