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Sequential assimilation of multi-mission dynamical topography into a global finite-element ocean model

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Skachko, S. , Janjic Pfander, T. , Danilov, S. , Schröter, J. , Sidorenko, D. , Savcenko, R. and Bosch, W. (2009): Sequential assimilation of multi-mission dynamical topography into a global finite-element ocean model , EGU 2009, Vienna. .
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This study focuses on an estimation of ocean circulation via assimilationof satellite measurements of dynamical ocean topography(DOT) into the global finite-element ocean model (FEOM).The DOT data are derived from a complex analysis of multimissionaltimetry data combined with a referenced earth geoid.The goal of this work is exploring the feasibility of assimilationof the global altimetric signal based on sequential assimilationtechnique. Two different sequential assimilation techniques wereimplemented.

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