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The new level of precision and global coverage provided by satellite altimetry is rapidly advancing studies of ocean circulation. It allows for new insights into marine geodesy, ice sheet movements, plate tectonics, and for the first time provides high-resolution bathymetry for previously unmapped regions of our watery planet and crucial information on the large-scale ocean features on intra-season to interannual time scales. Satellite Altimetry and Earth Sciences has integrated the expertise of the leading international researchers to demonstrate the techniques, missions, and accuracy of satellite altimetry, including altimeter measurements, orbit determination, and ocean circulation models. Satellite altimetry is helping to advance studies of ocean circulation, tides, sea level, surface waves and allowing new insights into marine geodesy. Satellite Altimetry and Earth Sciences provides high resolution bathymetry for previously unmapped regions of our watery planet.
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Satellite Altimetry for Earth Sciences
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Authors : J. Klokocnik and J. Abstract: The aim of this presentation is to inform about works in satellite altimetry in the Czech republic during the last 15 years and to provide an outline of the results. We worked out-and used repeatedly-a method based on long-term averaged crossover altimetry data from missions ERS 1, 2, Envisat and Geosat. With these generated from orbits using tested geopotential models we computed Latitude Lumped Coefficient LLC discrepancies, compared them to the LLC errors projected from the covariance matrices of these models and from the comparison assessed the accuracy of the gravity models.