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    • Po river at a high level

      2019-12-11

      The Po river, South of Venice in Italy is at a high level this late November, as seen by several altimeters

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      Aviso+ Users Newsletter #16

      2019-12-06

      We are pleased to announce you the publication of the sixteenth  Aviso+ Users Newsletter :  SUMMARY:  Project News: Ongoing and forthcoming missions, ongoing developments First SWIM wave data from CFOSAT satellite Aviso+ : a wide range of altimetry products Altimetry data for sea-ice thickness and snow depth over Arctic and Antarctica New CNES-CLS18 Mean Dynamic Topography Aviso+ User Satisfaction Survey 2019 : main results New products on the Aviso'VIZ portal Even...

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      Venice Acqua Alta November 2019’ event measured by satellite altimetry

      2019-11-28

      Sea level anomaly measured by the altimetry constellation over the Adriatic seas on the 13th of November 2019.

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      SARAL/AltiKa : new GDR-F products standard demo delivery

      2019-11-27

      A demo delivery of the SARAL/AltiKa new GDR-F products standard is now available.

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      Release of the Mean Dynamic Topography MDT_CNES-CLS18

      2019-11-19

      We are pleased to announce you that the latest version of the Mean Dynamic Topography called MDT_CNES-CLS18 is now available.

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      Call for articles for a Special Issue of Remote Sensing on Altimetry Cal/Val

      2019-10-25

      The call for papers is open to all aspects of calibration and validation over all surfaces and including Cal/val of the necessary ancillary information or details on Cal/Val strategies for upcoming missions (deadline:31st May 2020)

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      Mescoscale Eddy Trajectory Atlas in Near-Real-Time

      2019-10-22

      The Aviso+ team is pleased to announce that the Mescoscale Eddy Trajectory Atlas in Near-Real-Time is now available on the Aviso+ ftp service.

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      CFOSAT: first International Science Team meeting

      2019-10-15

      The first meeting of the CFOSAT International Science Team was held in Nanjing from 23 to 25 September 2019.

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      Jason-2 altimetry satellite decommissioned after more than 11 years of ocean monitoring

      2019-10-08

      The ocean-observing altimetry satellite mission, Jason-2, will end on 10 October 2019 following a joint termination decision made by the four mission partners (NASA, CNES, NOAA, and EUMETSAT).

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      Hurricane Dorian seen by satellites

      2019-09-06

      Hurricane Dorian seen by remote sensing satellites : wave parameters from CFOSAT, Jason-3, Jason-2 and Copernicus Sentinel-3A/B, wind speed from Copernicus Sentinel-1, SMOS and SMAP and ocean ernergy content from models.

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      How to use altimetry for hydrology? - now also in Spanish and Portuguese

      2019-08-05

      A document to explain altimetry for hydrology on Aviso+

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      Michel Lefebvre passed away on July 21st, 2019

      2019-07-24

      Michel Lefebvre passed away on July 21st, 2019. Captain of the merchant navy, astronomer, geodesist, driving force, inspiring person, human being and literary man, he has been and was all that and more. He was one of the pioneer of satellite radar altimetry, promoting the French project "Poséidon", and collaborating with the US "TOPEX" project in the 1980s to merge them into 'Topex/Poseidon'. He was instrumental in the success of the mission, of the collaboration between th...

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      American Great Lakes at or near their highest in June/July this year

      2019-07-23

      All measurements, altimetry included, are showing the American Great Lakes are at a very high level this year.

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      SWOT Science Team call (TOSCA)

      2019-07-08

      CNES, in agreement with NASA, is launching a call for SWOT scientific proposals for the period April 2020 through March 2024

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      [Jason-2] Happy birthday Jason-2

      2019-06-20

      The Jason-2 oceanography satellite was launched on June 20, 2008. For the past 11 years, it has been accurately measuring the surface topography of the oceans.

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      29 May - 17 June 2019 Press Review

      2019-06-17

      Big earthquakes might make sea level rise worse. Here's how. (National Geographic, 17/06/2019) Mapped Area of Ocean Floor Doubles (The Marine Executive, 14/06/2019) Could more Hurricanes cool down the Atlantic? (News4Jax, 13/06/2019) Antarctic glaciers to honour 'satellite heroes' (BBC, 07/06/2019) Video: Perpetual ocean (EarthSky, 07/06/2019) These high-tech seals are charting future sea level rise (Pri, 03/06/2019) Antarctique : l'apparition de trous dans la banquise enfin expliquée (S...

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      Po river at a high level

      The Po river, South of Venice in Italy is at a high level this late November, as seen by several altimeters

      Aviso+ Users Newsletter #16

      We are pleased to announce you the publication of the sixteenth  Aviso+ Users Newsletter :  SUMMARY:  Project News: Ongoing and forthcoming missions, o...

      Venice Acqua Alta November 2019’ event measured by satellite altimetry

      Sea level anomaly measured by the altimetry constellation over the Adriatic seas on the 13th of November 2019.

      SARAL/AltiKa : new GDR-F products standard demo delivery

      A demo delivery of the SARAL/AltiKa new GDR-F products standard is now available.

      Release of the Mean Dynamic Topography MDT_CNES-CLS18

      We are pleased to announce you that the latest version of the Mean Dynamic Topography called MDT_CNES-CLS18 is now available.

      Call for articles for a Special Issue of Remote Sensing on Altimetry Cal/Val

      The call for papers is open to all aspects of calibration and validation over all surfaces and including Cal/val of the necessary ancillary information or details on Cal...

      Mescoscale Eddy Trajectory Atlas in Near-Real-Time

      The Aviso+ team is pleased to announce that the Mescoscale Eddy Trajectory Atlas in Near-Real-Time is now available on the Aviso+ ftp service.

      CFOSAT: first International Science Team meeting

      The first meeting of the CFOSAT International Science Team was held in Nanjing from 23 to 25 September 2019.

      Jason-2 altimetry satellite decommissioned after more than 11 years of ocean monitoring

      The ocean-observing altimetry satellite mission, Jason-2, will end on 10 October 2019 following a joint termination decision made by the four mission partners (NASA, CNES...

      Hurricane Dorian seen by satellites

      Hurricane Dorian seen by remote sensing satellites : wave parameters from CFOSAT, Jason-3, Jason-2 and Copernicus Sentinel-3A/B, wind speed from Copernicus Sentinel-1, S...

      How to use altimetry for hydrology? - now also in Spanish and Portuguese

      A document to explain altimetry for hydrology on Aviso+

      Michel Lefebvre passed away on July 21st, 2019

      Michel Lefebvre passed away on July 21st, 2019. Captain of the merchant navy, astronomer, geodesist, driving force, inspiring person, human being and literary man, he ha...

      American Great Lakes at or near their highest in June/July this year

      All measurements, altimetry included, are showing the American Great Lakes are at a very high level this year.

      SWOT Science Team call (TOSCA)

      CNES, in agreement with NASA, is launching a call for SWOT scientific proposals for the period April 2020 through March 2024

      [Jason-2] Happy birthday Jason-2

      The Jason-2 oceanography satellite was launched on June 20, 2008. For the past 11 years, it has been accurately measuring the surface topography of the oceans.

      29 May - 17 June 2019 Press Review

      Big earthquakes might make sea level rise worse. Here's how. (National Geographic, 17/06/2019) Mapped Area of Ocean Floor Doubles (The Marine Executive, 14/06/2019) C...

    • Since the first Mean Dynamic Topography dataset disseminated through Aviso, 15 years have gone by with several upgrades...
    • Information about AVISO+ products latency & quality, satellite status, DORIS beacons status, etc.
    • Teachers and students, follow ocean buoys and animal beacons in the ocean!
    • Download the new AVISOcean application (v2) to help you discover the oceans and altimetry. More than 700 users have already downloaded the app! Join them! Available on Android and Apple.
    • The earliest altimetry missions were dedicated to studying the open ocean and some ice measurements. However, every...
    • Number and localization of AVISO+ visitors since Feb 11th, 2014. Yellow dots show recent visits.
    • Register to use AVISO+ products.

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