Remote Sensing of Bottom Pressure from GRACE Satellites
Since their launch in early 2002, the twin satellites of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) have been providing global maps of Earth’s varying gravity field nearly continuously every month. The data record now spans more than 15 years of global surface mass change observations, allowing precise tracking of the redistribution and cycling of water between the land, atmosphere, and oceans.
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US CLIVAR Variations, v. 15, no. 2, p. 22-28
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Peralta-Ferriz, Cecilia; Landerer, Felix W.; Chambers, Don P.; Volkov, Denis; and Llovel, William, "Remote Sensing of Bottom Pressure from GRACE Satellites" (2017). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 1384.