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Remote Sens., Volume 11, Issue 14 (July-2 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) In recent years, there has been a large focus on the Arctic due to the rapid changes in the region. [...] Read more. In recent years, there has been a large focus on the Arctic due to the rapid changes in the region. Arctic sea level determination is challenging due to the seasonal to permanent sea-ice cover, lack of regional coverage of satellites, satellite instruments’ ability to measure ice, insufficient geophysical models, residual orbit errors, and challenging retracking of satellite altimeter data. This study presents the ESA CCI DTU/TUM Sea Level Anomaly (SLA) record based on radar satellite altimetry data in the Arctic Ocean from ERS-1 (1991) to CryoSat-2 (2018). This is the longest time series available to date. The study focuses on the transition between conventional and synthetic aperture radar altimeter data to make a smooth time series regarding the measurement method. The SLA record was validated against tide gauges and shows good results. View this paper.