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1. 3D Visualization of Earthquake Focal Mechanisms Using ArcScene [USGS_DS_2007_241]
The USGS created a new tool, 3D Focal Mechanisms (3DFM), for viewing earthquake focal mechanism symbols three dimensionally. This tool operates within the Environmental Systems Research Institute ...

2. Deegree [Deegree-JaGo]
deegree is open source software for spatial data infrastructures and the geospatial web. deegree offers components for geospatial data management, including data access, visualization, discovery and ...

3. Earth Science Data Interface [EarthScienceDataInterface]
The Earth Science Data Interface (ESDI) is the Global Land Cover Facility's (GLCF) web application for searching, browsing, and downloading data from their online holdings.

4. STATIC1D - Program for Solving the Equations of Static Equilibrium in a Spherically Layered Isotropic Medium [USGS_STATIC1D]
These programs solve the equations of static equilibrium in a spherically layered isotropic medium using a decomposition into spheroidal and toroidal motions. For each spherical harmonic degree l ...

5. Slick Package - Stress Inversion from Slip Data [USGS_SLICK_PACKAGE]
The slick package uses fault slip data (either field observations or from focal mechanism) to find the stress tensor that best explains the observations. Inputs are the orientation and slip direction ...

6. VISCO1D - A Program Package to Calculate Quasi-Static Deformation on a Layered Spherical Earth [USGS_VISCO1D]
VISCO1D-v3 is a program package to calculate quasi-static deformation on a layered spherical Earth from a specified input source (fault plane parameters) at specified points on the surface or at depth. ...

7. Pplates Tectonic Reconstruction Software [Pplates]
The Tectonic Reconstruction Software allows the user to manipulate portions of the earth's crust by applying a triangular mesh over a 2D map of the present-day earth, adopting the topology, and then ...

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