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An Attempt to Observe Vertical Land Motion along the Norwegian Coast by CryoSat-2 and Tide Gauges

Martina Idžanović, Christian Gerlach, Kristian Breili, Ole Andersen
2019 Remote Sensing  
In the present study, we have combined 7.5 years of CryoSat-2 satellite altimetry and tide-gauge data to estimate linear VLM rates at 20 tide gauges along the Norwegian coast.  ...  Today, vertical land motion (VLM) rates in Fennoscandia reach values up to around 10 mm/year and are dominated by GIA.  ...  Acknowledgments: We acknowledge the open data policy of ESA and PSMSL. Maps were drafted using Generic Mapping Tools.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11070744 fatcat:sk5e2s4b2vbflh542oiushz2fu

A coastal mean sea surface with associated errors in Norway based on new-generation altimetry

Vegard Ophaug, Kristian Breili, Ole Baltazar Andersen
2019 Advances in Space Research  
This is a PDF file of an article that has undergone enhancements after acceptance, such as the addition of a cover page and metadata, and formatting for readability, but it is not yet the definitive version  ...  Please note that, during the production process, errors may be discovered which could affect the content, and all legal disclaimers that apply to the journal pertain.  ...  This study is part of the Norwegian University of Life Science's GOCODYN project, supported by the Norwegian Research Council under project number 231017.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.asr.2019.08.010 fatcat:4qvv2g6bxfb6hb6ciakvfpimni

Sea-level change in the Dutch Wadden Sea

Bert L.A. Vermeersen, Aimée B.A. Slangen, Theo Gerkema, Fedor Baart, Kim M. Cohen, Sönke Dangendorf, Matthias Duran-Matute, Thomas Frederikse, Aslak Grinsted, Marc P. Hijma, Svetlana Jevrejeva, Patrick Kiden (+12 others)
2018 Geologie & Mijnbouw  
The projections are further put into perspective by including interannual variability based on long-term tide-gauge records from observing stations at Den Helder and Delfzijl.We consider three climate  ...  AbstractRising sea levels due to climate change can have severe consequences for coastal populations and ecosystems all around the world.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank three anonymous reviewers for helpful comments and suggestions, NWO for the reviewing process in general and Niels van den Berg and Josef Stuefer in particular, and Willy van  ... 
doi:10.1017/njg.2018.7 fatcat:pwumkj5fuzcatgssibuposuetq

Arctic Sea level Budget Assessment During the GRACE/Argo Time Period

Roshin P. Raj, Ole B. Andersen, Johnny A. Johannessen, Benjamin D. Gutknecht, Sourav Chatterjee, Stine K. Rose, Antonio Bonaduce, Martin Horwath, Heidi Ranndal, Kristin Richter, Hindumathi Palanisamy, Carsten A. Ludwigsen (+6 others)
2020 Remote Sensing  
Halosteric sea level change is found to dominate the area averaged sea level trend of BG, while the trend in NS is found to be influenced by halosteric and ocean mass change effects.  ...  Sea level change is an important indicator of climate change.  ...  Acknowledgments: First author Raj acknowledges the in-kind funding from the Nansen Environmental Remote Sensing Center, and also S. H. Mernild for his support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12172837 fatcat:4i6ksiqdjvbprcxctraaaehnfm

An improved and homogeneous altimeter sea level record from the ESA Climate Change Initiative

Jean-François Legeais, Michaël Ablain, Lionel Zawadzki, Hao Zuo, Johnny A. Johannessen, Martin G. Scharffenberg, Luciana Fenoglio-Marc, M. Joana Fernandes, Ole Baltazar Andersen, Sergei Rudenko, Paolo Cipollini, Graham D. Quartly (+3 others)
2018 Earth System Science Data  
Sea level has been listed as an essential climate variable (ECV) by the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS).  ...  During the past 25 years, the sea level ECV has been measured from space by different altimetry missions that have provided global and regional observations of sea level variations.  ...  Phase 2 of the Sea Level CCI project was managed by JFL, who oversaw the production and validation of the SL_cci ECV v2.0.  ... 
doi:10.5194/essd-10-281-2018 fatcat:f3jmngutkrhpxlxq7x3bafjqfq

The European Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer Satellite Mission: Its Impact on Geophysics

J. A. Johannessen, G. Balmino, C. Le Provost, R. Rummel, R. Sabadini, H. Sünkel, C.C. Tscherning, P. Visser, P. Woodworth, C. Hughes, P. Legrand, N. Sneeuw (+4 others)
2003 Surveys in geophysics  
Based on the unique capability of a gravity gradiometer combined with satellite-to-satellite high-low tracking techniques, an accurate and detailed global model of the Earth's gravity field and its corresponding  ...  Current knowledge of the Earth's gravity field and its geoid, as derived from various observing techniques and sources, is incomplete.  ...  The first author was also supported by the Norwegian Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:geop.0000004264.04667.5e fatcat:h73t6hbcfrdkbk3fbl3t5jrtfm

Arctic Ocean surface geostrophic circulation 2003–2014

Thomas W. K. Armitage, Sheldon Bacon, Andy L. Ridout, Alek A. Petty, Steven Wolbach, Michel Tsamados
2017 The Cryosphere  
The Beaufort Gyre circulation and Fram Strait current are strongest in winter, modulated by the seasonal strength of the atmospheric circulation.  ...  Studies point to various mechanisms influencing the observed increase in Arctic Ocean surface stress, and hence geostrophic currents, in the 2000s – e.g. decreased ice concentration/thickness  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the contribution of G.  ... 
doi:10.5194/tc-11-1767-2017 fatcat:jjbgdtldqvhe3hubgoxxwfeuzm

Remote Sensing Systems for Ocean: A Review (Part 2: Active Systems)

Meisam Amani, Farzaneh Mohseni, Nasir Farsad Layegh, Mohsen Eslami Nazari, Farzam Fatolazadeh, Abbas Salehitangrizi, Seyed Ali Ahmadi, Hamid Ebrahimy, Arsalan Ghorbanian, Shuanggen Jin, Sahel Mahdavi, Armin Moghimi
2022 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
As discussed in the previous part of this review paper, Remote Sensing (RS) creates unprecedented opportunities by providing a variety of systems with different characteristics to study and monitor oceans  ...  For consistency, this part is structured similarly to part 1. The aforementioned systems, along with their characteristics and primary applications, are introduced in separate sections.  ...  convert data collected by the CryoSat-2 satellite to create more accurate ice maps.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2022.3141980 fatcat:kc55frb76nbtfkkfabvhbtflem

Community review of Southern Ocean satellite data needs

A. Pope, P. Wagner, R. Johnson, J.D. Shutler, J. Baeseman, L. Newman
2016 Antarctic Science  
to safely conduct their activities in the Southern Ocean, and for space agencies to gain greater impact from Southern Ocean-related acquisitions and missions.  ...  This review provides a starting point for scientists to understand more about Southern Ocean processes and their global roles, for funders to understand the desires of the community, for commercial operators  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the Climate and Cryosphere Project and the Southern Ocean Observing System.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0954102016000390 fatcat:rm4dtrapbvam3oukuapfdsoghq

2014 Scar Open Science Conference And Comnap Symposium: Abstracts [article]

Bryan Storey
2016 Zenodo  
, mini Symposia and the COMNAP Symposium 'Success through International Cooperation'.  ...  Abstracts from the XXXIII SCAR Open Science Conference, 'Global Messages from Antarctica', held in 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand, including Plenary Lectures, the Antarctic Conservation Flipped Symposium  ...  The map has illustrates a relative morphochronological organization, since the late Pleistocene, age attributed to the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) by an absolute age (5,550 BP) in the Boeckella lake sediments  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.53123 fatcat:tycti5b3n5cdfmrrwlibgmyhvq

The sensitivity of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to a changing climate: Past, present and future

T. L. Noble, E. J. Rohling, A. R. A. Aitken, H. C. Bostock, Z. Chase, N. Gomez, L. M. Jong, M. A. King, A. N. Mackintosh, F. S. McCormack, R. M. McKay, L. Menviel (+12 others)
2020 Reviews of Geophysics  
Modern observations by contrast suggest that the AIS has only just started to respond to climate change in recent decades.  ...  to evolve with new observational and theoretical advances.  ...  A range of observations is useful in improving and/or validating GIA models, including proxy observations of past ice extent and ice retreat history, proxy, and tide gauge measurements of local and far-field  ... 
doi:10.1029/2019rg000663 fatcat:4i4muvmggrecljm3ql2gtspeda

Techniques and Applications for Satellite SAR Altimetry over water, land and ice

Salvatore Dinardo
2020
Modern tide gauges are equipped with a GNSS station to provide an absolute height reference and to monitor the vertical land motion.  ...  The tide gauges may provide accurate sea level elevation data but can be greatly influenced by errors caused by vertical land motion (as a result of post-glacial rebound, tectonic uplift or crustal subsidence  ...  on-fly CryoSat-2 SAR/SARIN data and Sentinel-3 A/B data with user-selectable configuration from Level 1A up to Level-2.  ... 
doi:10.25534/tuprints-00011343 fatcat:of272gpfn5cfjiz2hiztd2w2hm

State of the Climate in 2014

Jessica Blunden, Derek S. Arndt
2015 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
The highest values of sea level over the year from tide gauge observations are used to provide information on the severity of storm conditions recorded. This Fig. 3.24.  ...  A correction term has been applied to the PATMOS-x record in an attempt to account for this issue .  ... 
doi:10.1175/2015bamsstateoftheclimate.1 fatcat:fybwwokhwjaplf3dn7oow64hju

Measurements and modelling of tidal ice-shelf flexure in Antarctic grounding zones [article]

Christian T. Wild, University Of Canterbury
2019
Current satellites cannot measure ice discharge directly, but they can be used to observe processes on the surface, including, how the ice bends up and down with the tides as it flows from the continent  ...  However, the behaviour of ice when subjected to a tidal forcing is uncertain, and complicated even further by inherently inaccurate predictions of tide models around Antarctica.  ...  We are grateful to R. Greve and two anonymous reviewers whose comments greatly improved the quality of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.26021/8203 fatcat:iohxy6fevfctpdcyymmmf4x6ae

Numerical modelling of landfast sea ice

Nuala Carson
2014
It is characterised by a lack of horizontal motion, for at least 20 days, and its attachment to the coast or seabed.  ...  Advancing from this the sub-grid scale distribution of the grounded ice was restricted in an effort to make it more realistic.  ...  The CAA, HB, Foxe Basin, and along the north Russian coast were the regions most notably affected by tides.  ... 
doi:10.17638/00018773 fatcat:ks6b63dl7nfkdhib4owtobmqdi
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