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    Collection of the GNSS stations in the SONEL DB. SONEL aims at providing high-quality continuous measurements of sea- and land levels at the coast from tide gauges (relative sea levels) and from modern geodetic techniques (vertical land motion and absolute sea levels) for studies on long-term sea level trends, but also the calibration of satellite altimeters, for instance.

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    EMODnet Physics DB of the platforms collecting SLEV. Global collection. EMODnet Physics is integrating more than 400 European operational tide gauge stations (EuroGOOS - CMEMS INSTAC), the 290 Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) core network, and the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL), EMODnet Physics is offering one of the widest in situ data collections for sea-level data

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    Collection of the GNSS stations in the SONEL DB. SONEL aims at providing high-quality continuous measurements of sea- and land levels at the coast from tide gauges (relative sea levels) and from modern geodetic techniques (vertical land motion and absolute sea levels) for studies on long-term sea level trends, but also the calibration of satellite altimeters, for instance.

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    EMODnet Physics DB of the platforms collecting SLEV. Global collection. EMODnet Physics is integrating more than 400 European operational tide gauge stations (EuroGOOS - CMEMS INSTAC), the 290 Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) core network, and the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL), EMODnet Physics is offering one of the widest in situ data collections for sea-level data

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    Global Sea Level Anomalies - this product uses the PSMSL relative sea level trends. It shows annual variation compared to a long term trend (at least 30 years of recordings). Use "viewparams" parameter to specify: (1) syear (start year) from 1900 to 2015 (2) eyear (end year) from 1900 to 2015 (3) ayear (anomaly year) from 1900 to 2015 --- Note1: syear < eyear, syear <= ayear <= eyear --- Note2: eyear - syear >=30 -- Example: viewparams=syear:1900;eyear:2015;ayear:1900

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    Global Sea Level Anomalies - this product uses the PSMSL relative sea level trends. It shows annual variation compared to a long term trend (at least 30 years of recordings). Use "viewparams" parameter to specify: (1) syear (start year) from 1900 to 2015 (2) eyear (end year) from 1900 to 2015 (3) ayear (anomaly year) from 1900 to 2015 --- Note1: syear < eyear, syear <= ayear <= eyear --- Note2: eyear - syear >=30 -- Example: viewparams=syear:1900;eyear:2015;ayear:1900

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    Global Sea Level Anomalies - this product uses the PSMSL relative sea level trends. It shows annual variation compared to a long term trend (at least 30 years of recordings). Use "viewparams" parameter to specify: (1) syear (start year) from 1900 to 2015 (2) eyear (end year) from 1900 to 2015 (3) ayear (anomaly year) from 1900 to 2015 --- Note1: syear < eyear, syear <= ayear <= eyear --- Note2: eyear - syear >=30 -- Example: viewparams=syear:1900;eyear:2015;ayear:1900

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    Collection of the GNSS stations in the SONEL DB. SONEL aims at providing high-quality continuous measurements of sea- and land levels at the coast from tide gauges (relative sea levels) and from modern geodetic techniques (vertical land motion and absolute sea levels) for studies on long-term sea level trends, but also the calibration of satellite altimeters, for instance.

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    EMODnet Physics DB of the platforms collecting SLEV. Global collection. EMODnet Physics is integrating more than 400 European operational tide gauge stations (EuroGOOS - CMEMS INSTAC), the 290 Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) core network, and the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL), EMODnet Physics is offering one of the widest in situ data collections for sea-level data

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    Global Sea Level Anomalies - this product uses the PSMSL relative sea level trends. It shows annual variation compared to a long term trend (at least 30 years of recordings). Use "viewparams" parameter to specify: (1) syear (start year) from 1900 to 2015 (2) eyear (end year) from 1900 to 2015 (3) ayear (anomaly year) from 1900 to 2015 --- Note1: syear < eyear, syear <= ayear <= eyear --- Note2: eyear - syear >=30 -- Example: viewparams=syear:1900;eyear:2015;ayear:1900