GNSS Strain Rates

This web service downloads strain rates calculated by the GNSS group of the GNSS Project

Strain rates are computed from GNSS-derived velocities. In solid Earth science strain rates are usually referred to deformation changes in the crust 
that can be calculated from GNSS-derived velocities, i.e. differences in position changes with time of a set of GNSS stations.

The downloaded file includes strain tensor parameters, principal axis, rotational rates, dilatation etc.

For full details of the processing procedures and tools as well as the output produced please see here

and the DOI landing page here which details when the data was computed.