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    • Atmospheric Contributions to Global Ocean Tides for Satellite Gravimetry 

      Balidakis, KyriakosORCIDiD; Sulzbach, RomanORCIDiD; Shihora, LinusORCIDiD; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD; Dill, RobertORCIDiD; Dobslaw, HenrykORCIDiD (Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2022-11-10)
      To mitigate temporal aliasing effects in monthly mean global gravity fields from the GRACE and GRACE‐FO satellite tandem missions, both tidal and non‐tidal background models describing high‐frequency mass variability in ...
    • Gravitationally Consistent Mean Barystatic Sea Level Rise From Leakage‐Corrected Monthly GRACE Data 

      Dobslaw, HenrykORCIDiD; Dill, RobertORCIDiD; Bagge, MeikeORCIDiD; Klemann, VolkerORCIDiD; Boergens, EvaORCIDiD; Thomas, Maik; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD; Flechtner, FrankORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 2020-11-19)
      Gravitationally consistent solutions of the Sea Level Equation from leakage‐corrected monthly‐mean GFZ RL06 Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and GRACE Follow‐On (GRACE‐FO) Stokes coefficients reveal that ...
    • Non‐Tidal Background Modeling for Satellite Gravimetry Based on Operational ECWMF and ERA5 Reanalysis Data: AOD1B RL07 

      Shihora, LinusORCIDiD; Balidakis, KyriakosORCIDiD; Dill, RobertORCIDiD; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD; Ghobadi‐Far, KhosroORCIDiD; Bonin, JenniferORCIDiD; Dobslaw, HenrykORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 2022-08-13)
      The Atmosphere and Ocean De‐Aliasing Level‐1B (AOD1B) product provides a priori information about temporal variations in the Earth's gravity field induced by non‐tidal circulation processes in atmosphere and ocean. It is ...
    • Quantifying the Central European Droughts in 2018 and 2019 With GRACE Follow-On 

      Boergens, EvaORCIDiD; Güntner, AndreasORCIDiD; Dobslaw, HenrykORCIDiD; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD (Geophysical Research Letters, 2020)
      The GRACE-FO satellites launched in May 2018 are able to quantify the water mass deficit in Central Europe during the two consecutive summer droughts of 2018 and 2019. Relative to the long-term climatology, the water mass ...
    • Return to rapid ice loss in Greenland and record loss in 2019 detected by the GRACE-FO satellites 

      Sasgen, IngoORCIDiD; Wouters, BertORCIDiD; Gardner, Alex S.ORCIDiD; King, Michalea D.ORCIDiD; Tedesco, Marco; Landerer, Felix W.ORCIDiD; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD; Save, Himanshu; Fettweis, Xavier (Communications Earth & Environment, 2020-08-20)
      Between 2003-2016, the Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) was one of the largest contributors to sea level rise, as it lost about 255 Gt of ice per year. This mass loss slowed in 2017 and 2018 to about 100 Gt yr−1. Here ...