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Remote sensing data are essential for monitoring the Earth's surface waters, especially since the amount of publicly available in-situ data is declining. Satellite altimetry provides valuable information on the water levels and variations of lakes, reservoirs and rivers. In combination with satellite imagery, the derived time series allow the monitoring of lake storage changes and river discharge. However, satellite altimetry is limited in terms of its spatial resolution due to its measurementdoi:10.3390/rs12203320 fatcat:rjgwn3cqfrhtraqxlgkwxeplwi