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1] Until now, most satellite altimetry studies of the coastal ocean have been based on along-track data from a single mission, whereas up to four missions were operative in 2002 -2005. Here, to monitor the coastal ocean we have applied specialized corrections and dedicated processing strategies to compute a multimission data set at a mean distance of 32 km of the coast. The resulting altimetric data set is compared with sea level data from three in situ stations over a coastal zone of thedoi:10.1029/2008gl033488 fatcat:sijly5teqffa7ewpe2ck2zt634