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Marine Geodesy

An International Journal of Ocean Surveys, Mapping, and Sensing

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Marine Geodesy’s broad portfolio of accepted research includes research from across remote sensing and oceanographic mapping. For full details read our Aims and Scope here

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TitleAuthorYear
Global Ocean Tide Models: Assessment and Use within a Surface Model of Lowest Astronomical TideJ. F. Turner , J. C. Iliffe , M. K. Ziebart & C. Jones2013
A Century of Sea Level Measurements at Newlyn, Southwest EnglandE. Bradshaw, P.L. Woodworth, A. Hibbert, L.J. Bradley, D.T. Pugh, C. Fane & R.M. Bingley2016
The SARAL/AltiKa Altimetry Satellite MissionJacques Verron, Pierre Sengenes, Juliette Lambin, Jocelyne Noubel, Nathalie Steunou, Amandine Guillot, Nicolas Picot, Sophie Coutin-Faye, Rashmi Sharma, R. M. Gairola, D. V. A. Raghava Murthy, James G. Richman, David Griffin, Ananda Pascual, Frédérique Rémy & P. K. Gupta2015
Estimating Mean Sea Level Change from the TOPEX and Jason Altimeter MissionsR. S. Nerem , D. P. Chambers , C. Choe & G. T. Mitchum2010
Modeling Storm Surge and its Associated Inland Inundation Extent Due to Very Severe Cyclonic Storm PhailinT. Srinivasa Kumar, P.L.N. Murty, M. Pradeep Kumar, M. Krishna Kumar, J. Padmanabham, N. Kiran Kumar, S.C. Shenoi, M. Mohapatra, Shailesh Nayak & Prakash Mohanty2015
So, How Deep Is the Mariana Trench?James V. Gardner , Andrew A. Armstrong , Brian R. Calder & Jonathan Beaudoin 2013

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