Tide gauge data exchange day in France within the framework of the CRATANEM project
A tide gauge data exchange day was held in France on Thursday 26 January 2012 at Sophia-Antipolis as part of the CRATANEM, project. This day, organized by Anne Deschamps (Géoazur), allowed exchanges and discussions to be held concerning tide gauging.
During the day, ten presentations were given, interspersed by exchanges.
The participants, from a broad range of bodies including the CEA, the CLS, the DT/INSU, Géoazur/OCA, the IPGP, LEGOS and SHOM once again demonstrated that sea level measurement was an observation at the heart of numerous applications.
The presentations, classified by themes, are available by clicking below.
Exploitation of tide gauge data for tsunamis
Sea level observations for the study of the Japanese earthquake by Anthony Sladen (Géoazur/OCA)
Exploitation of tide gauge data for altimetry
Exploitation of tide gauge data for the study of vertical movements of the ground
Tide gauge networks