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Long-term stability of altimetric data with applications to mean sea-level change.

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Abstract

The oceanographic community has access to near 14 years of altimetric data ranging fi om GEOSAT in 1985-1989 to the current TOPEX/Poseidon and ERS-2 missions. For sealevel change studies careful validation is required to avoid contamination of the results by spurious non-oceanographic effects. In this study we first utilise in situ tide gauge data to monitor stability of the TOPEX/Poseidon data base. This series is linked to both ERS satellites by dual satellite crossovers. The analysis is then extended to incorporate GEOSAT ERM data through tide gauge enhanced dual satellite crossovers with TOPEX. Results of the stability analysis are used to consider global mean sea-level change over the period 1986-1998.


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Author(s): Moore P, Carnochan S, Reynolds MD, Sterlini PE

Editor(s): Schwarz, KP

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: 35th General Assembly of the International Association of Geodesy

Year of Conference: 2000

Pages: 13-19

ISSN: 0939-9585

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

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Series Title: International Association of Geodesy Symposia

ISBN: 3540670025


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