The mean sea surface has been computed using a 20-year of TOPEX/POSEIDON, ERS-2 , GFO, JASON-1,JASON-2, ENVISAT mean profile and data of the ERS-1, Jason-1, and Cryosat-2 geodetic phase.
Following the Observation System Simulation Experiment (OSSE) framework, the SSH observations include simulations of Topex-Poseidon, Jason 1, Geosat, Envisat, and SWOT altimeter data. There are along-track products for each mission and a gridded product extracted from a realistic high-resolution ocean simulation (NATL60).
The FLATSIM service (ForM@Ter LArge-scale multi-Temporal Sentinel-1 InterferoMetry) is developed as part of the ForM@Ter Solid Earth data and services center of the Data Terra French Research Infrastructure, and is operated by CNES. It allows systematic processing of interferograms from Sentinel-1 data, as well as displacement time series, over large geographic areas. It is based on the InSAR “New Small temporal and spatial BASelines” (NSBAS) processing chain. FLATSIM data can be accessed through https://flatsim.cnes.fr/doi/. The...
The dataset provides gridded and along-track sea level anomaly data for the Arctic Ocean. These data are based on the combination of three radar altimetry missions: CryoSat-2, Sentinel-3A and SARAL/AltiKa
The OHC-EEI product results from the space geodetic approach. It contains 2D grids of ocean heat content variations. It also provides the temporal time series of global heat content change from which the Earth energy imbalance time series is derived. Variance-covariance matrices are also delivered and characterise the uncertainties of errors on all global mean time series. See the technical documentation available on the landing page for details.