EOT20: a global ocean tide model from multi-mission satellite altimetry
Michael G. Hart-Davis et al.
EOT20 - A global Empirical Ocean Tide model from multi-mission satellite altimetryMichael Hart-Davis, Gaia Piccioni, Denise Dettmering, Christian Schwatke, Marcello Passaro, and Florian Seitz https://doi.org/10.17882/79489
TICON: Tidal Constants based on GESLA sea-level records from globally distributed tide gaugesGaia Piccioni, Denise Dettmering, Wolfgang Bosch, and Florian Seitz https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.896587
Ocean tides are an extremely important process for a variety of oceanographic applications, particularly in understanding coastal sea-level rise. Tidal signals influence satellite altimetry estimations of the sea surface, which has resulted in the development of ocean tide models to account for such signals. The EOT20 ocean tide model has been developed at DGFI-TUM using residual analysis of satellite altimetry, with the focus on improving the estimation of ocean tides in the coastal region.
Ocean tides are an extremely important process for a variety of oceanographic applications,...