The present state of our geodetic observations in the MIBB region. The 24 existing and 9 new EOS continuous GPS stations are shown as red and light green dots, respectively. Survey sites are shown in yellow (2016) and pink (2017). Regional sites with a published velocity are shown as dark green dots (Kreemer et al., 2014). Active faults mapped by Wang Yu and Chan Chung-Han are shown as coloured lines. White squares show major cities. Figure by Eric Lindsey.

With our Myanmar-India-Bangladesh-Bhutan (MIBB) network we are studying broadscale deformation across the region. Examples of questions we are asking is whether there are variations in creep or locking of the Sagaing fault and Arakan megathrust along strike, what is the seismic hazard posed by the Dauki thrust, and how is strain partitioned between these two major systems and faults in the Indoburman range.