The Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), a community of researchers from over 60 institutions worldwide, has made efforts to understand earthquakes and mitigate earthquake risk in southern California and elsewhere. The broad objective of SCEC’s tectonic geodesy disciplinary activities is to make available a variety of geodetic data collected in southern California and use these data for addressing problems associated with deformation processes. One of the topics of interest for fulfilling this objective is to “develop a geodetic network‐processing system that will detect anomalous strain transients” (Murray‐Moraleda and Lohman, 2010).

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Our detection method consists of smoothing based on...

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