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Accuracy assessment of global internal-tide models using satellite altimetry

Tytuł :
Accuracy assessment of global internal-tide models using satellite altimetry
Autorzy :
L. Carrere
B. K. Arbic
B. Dushaw
G. Egbert
S. Erofeeva
F. Lyard
R. D. Ray
C. Ubelmann
E. Zaron
Z. Zhao
J. F. Shriver
M. C. Buijsman
N. Picot
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Temat :
Geography. Anthropology. Recreation
Environmental sciences
GE1-350
Źródło :
Ocean Science, Vol 17, Pp 147-180 (2021)
Wydawca :
Copernicus Publications, 2021.
Rok publikacji :
2021
Kolekcja :
LCC:Geography. Anthropology. Recreation
LCC:Environmental sciences
Typ dokumentu :
article
Opis pliku :
electronic resource
Język :
English
ISSN :
1812-0784
1812-0792
Relacje :
https://os.copernicus.org/articles/17/147/2021/os-17-147-2021.pdf; https://doaj.org/toc/1812-0784; https://doaj.org/toc/1812-0792
DOI :
10.5194/os-17-147-2021
Dostęp URL :
https://doaj.org/article/f63066d997224c8d8b8223ee8f6fd56a
Numer akcesji :
edsdoj.f63066d997224c8d8b8223ee8f6fd56a
Czasopismo naukowe
Altimeter measurements are corrected for several geophysical parameters in order to access ocean signals of interest, like mesoscale or sub-mesoscale variability. The ocean tide is one of the most critical corrections due to the amplitude of the tidal elevations and to the aliasing phenomena of high-frequency signals into the lower-frequency band, but the internal-tide signatures at the ocean surface are not yet corrected globally. Internal tides can have a signature of several centimeters at the surface with wavelengths of about 50–250 km for the first mode and even smaller scales for higher-order modes. The goals of the upcoming Surface Water Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission and other high-resolution ocean measurements make the correction of these small-scale signals a challenge, as the correction of all tidal variability becomes mandatory to access accurate measurements of other oceanic signals. In this context, several scientific teams are working on the development of new internal-tide models, taking advantage of the very long altimeter time series now available, which represent an unprecedented and valuable global ocean database. The internal-tide models presented here focus on the coherent internal-tide signal and they are of three types: empirical models based upon analysis of existing altimeter missions, an assimilative model and a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model. A detailed comparison and validation of these internal-tide models is proposed using existing satellite altimeter databases. The analysis focuses on the four main tidal constituents: M2, K1, O1 and S2. The validation process is based on a statistical analysis of multi-mission altimetry including Jason-2 and Cryosphere Satellite-2 data. The results show a significant altimeter variance reduction when using internal-tide corrections in all ocean regions where internal tides are generating or propagating. A complementary spectral analysis also gives some estimation of the performance of each model as a function of wavelength and some insight into the residual non-stationary part of internal tides in the different regions of interest. This work led to the implementation of a new internal-tide correction (ZARON'one) in the next geophysical data records version-F (GDR-F) standards.

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