Analysis of some systematic errors affecting altimeter-derived sea surface gradient with application to geoid determination over Taiwan

@inproceedings{Hwang1997AnalysisOS,
  title={Analysis of some systematic errors affecting altimeter-derived sea surface gradient with application to geoid determination over Taiwan},
  author={Cheinway Hwang},
  year={1997}
}
This paper analyzes several systematic errors affecting sea surface gradients derived from Seasat, Geosat/ERM, Geosat/GM, ERS-1/35d, ERS-1/GM and TOPEX/POSEIDON altimetry. Considering the data noises, the conclusion is: (1) only Seasat needs to correct for the non-geocentricity induced error, (2) only Seasat and Geosat/GM need to correct for the one cycle per revolution error, (3) only Seasat, ERS-1/GM and Geosat/GM need to correct for the tide model error; over shallow waters it is suggested… CONTINUE READING
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