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The catastrophic seismic events of the last decades push forward the necessity to explore new techniques for source estimation, oceanic tsunami tracking, as well as tsunami warning systems. Early observations of the Rayleigh wave signature in the ionosphere by Doppler sounder were able to measure lithospheric properties, sounding the atmosphere at 200 km of altitude. After the Sumatra event (26 December 2004) , the successful tsunami detection by altimeters validates the possibility of tsunamidoi:10.1002/9781118888865.ch9 fatcat:m3jqjs62urf4zhvhletawjjege