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Along-Track Near Real-Time Sea Surface Height Anomaly Data
12/19/2014


These maps show a daily sample of the along-track near-real-time (NRT) sea surface height anomaly (SSHA) measurements from SARAL and the Jason-2 satellite altimeter mission. The seasonal cycle and trend have not been removed. Each map is generated from a 10-day window of SSHA measurements. The NRT SSHA measurements from these missions are typically available within 5 to 7 hours of real time. These measurements can be used for meteorological applications (i.e. weather), marine operations (i.e. fishing, boating, offshore operations), and other applications where knowledge of current ocean conditions are relevant.

To access the data files please see:

Jason-2:
ftp://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/allData/ostm/preview/L2/GPS-OGDR/docs/README_GPSOGDR.txt

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