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Figure 1 - An Analysis of Vertical Crustal Movements along the European Coast from Satellite Altimetry, Tide Gauge, GNSS and Radar Interferometry

Figure 1. The location of GNSS stations which were used to determine vertical crustal movements based on TG, SA and InSAR data. The obtained or created time series were decomposed. A linear trend and the trend standard error were determined. The linear regression method and Fourier analysis were used. Data were obtained from: • Tide gauge (TG): Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) (1856-2018); • Institute of Meteorology and Water Management of the Polish National Research Institute (1951-2017 and 1993-2017); • Satellite altimetry (SA): Copernicus Marine and Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) (1993-2017); Figure 1. The location of GNSS stations which were used to determine vertical crustal movements based on TG, SA and InSAR data.
The location of GNSS stations which were used to determine vertical crustal movements based on TG, SA and InSAR data. The obtained or created time series were decomposed. A linear trend and the trend standard error were determined. The linear regression method and Fourier analysis were used. Data were obtained from: • Tide gauge (TG): Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) (1856-2018); • Institute of Meteorology and Water Management of the Polish National Research Institute (1951-2017 and 1993-2017); • Satellite altimetry (SA): Copernicus Marine and Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) (1993-2017); The location of GNSS stations which were used to determine vertical crustal movements based on TG, SA and InSAR data.
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