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radar altimetry

radar altimetry

radar altimetry

New global seamount census from altimetry-derived gravity data

Impact of Atmospheric and Oceanic De-aliasing Level-1B (AOD1B) products on precise orbits of altimetry satellites and altimetry results

Analysis and representation of regional sea‐level variability from altimetry and atmospheric–oceanic data

Constraints on energy dissipation in the Earth's body tide from satellite tracking and altimetry

Water volume change in the lower Mekong from satellite altimetry and imagery data

Hotspot-ridge interaction in the Indian Ocean: constraints from Geosat/ERM altimetry

An optimal procedure for deriving marine gravity from multi-satellite altimetry

Residual ocean tide signals from satellite altimetry, GRACE gravity fields, and hydrodynamic modelling

Consistent patterns of Antarctic ice sheet interannual variations from ENVISAT radar altimetry and GRACE satellite gravimetry

Choice of optimal averaging radii for temporal GRACE gravity solutions, a comparison with GPS and satellite altimetry

Lake level variations in China from TOPEX/Poseidon altimetry: data quality assessment and links to precipitation and ENSO

Combination of Ers-1 and Topex Altimetry For Precise Geoid and Gravity Recovery In the Mediterranean Sea

Improved gravity anomaly fields from retracked multimission satellite radar altimetry observations over the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea

Retracking CryoSat-2, Envisat and Jason-1 radar altimetry waveforms for improved gravity field recovery


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The process of measuring altitude, or elevation. Satellite altimetry involves using an instrument—commonly a laser—to measure the distance between the satellite and the ground.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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