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Data description paper 24 Aug 2021

Data description paper | 24 Aug 2021

Minute Sea-Level Analysis (MISELA): a high-frequency sea-level analysis global dataset

Petra Zemunik et al.

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A new global dataset – MISELA (Minute Sea-Level Analysis) – has been developed and contains quality-checked sea-level records from 331 tide gauges worldwide for a period from 2004 to 2019. The dataset is appropriate for research on atmospherically induced high-frequency sea-level oscillations. Research on these oscillations is important, as they can, like all sea-level extremes, seriously threaten coastal zone infrastructure and populations.