The following abstracts have been submitted by the Sea Level CCI team for the next EGU General Assembly: Read more »
The Sea Level CCI team is pleased to announce the release of a full reprocessing of the Sea Level v2.0 ECV product. The monthly maps of sea level anomalies are now available over the 1993-2015 period. The ECV product also includes ocean indicators over the same period: Read more »
The tenth Sea Level CCI newsletter is now available for download. The main highlight in this new issue is the description of the level 2 altimeter standards that have been used to produce the v2.0 ECV. It also features a description of some results of comparisons between the ECV v2.0 with the previous v1.1 version. Other items in this edition include: Read more »
The following presentation of the Sea Level CCI team has been submitted to the next EUMETSAT Conference:
More information on the confererence is available on the conference website.
The following presentations of the Sea Level CCI team have been submitted to the next Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting in La Rochelle, France from 01-04 November 2016: Read more »
As the next COSPAR in Istanbul from 30 July-7 August 2016 has been cancelled, the abstracts submitted by the Sea Level CCI team will no longer be presented. The items presented by the Sea Level team at previous conferences can be accessed from our Meeting Presentations page.
At the Living Planet Symposium 2016 in Prage, Czech Republic, the Sea Level CCI team will present the following contributions to the conference:
The ninth Sea Level CCI newsletter is now available for download. The main highlight in this new issue is the preparation of a new homogeneous and accurate Sea Level ECV. Other items in this edition include: Read more »