Error spectrum for the global M₂ ocean tide Public Deposited

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  • The most accurate determinations of the global ocean tides are currently based on altimeter measurements made by the Topex/Poseidon satellite. The error spectrum corresponding to the M₂ tidal solution is here estimated, primarily by inverse methods and secondarily by simple differencing in flatter than tidal signal spectrum, and it exceeds 10% of the signal at spherical harmonic degree 15 and above. The tide error also exceed the anticipated sensitivity of the upcoming GRACE gravity mission for all degrees below 40, and possibly below 50.
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  • Eanes, R. J., Egbert, G. D., Pavlis, N. K., Ray, R. D., Error spectrum for the global M₂ ocean tide, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(1), 2001.
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