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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> There are numerous needs for monitoring sea level and sea ice in the Arctic, ranging from concern about changes in ice cover being both an indicator and a driver of long-term climate change to shipping interest in alternative routes and the associated risks to the safety of vessels and crew. Furthermore, sea level relative to the geoid allows us to quantify the geostrophic circulation, including any changes in the flow. Radar altimeters provide an important meansdoi:10.5194/tc-2018-148 fatcat:nkgpjm27r5bexiopyp4anbb3di