Bathymetry Estimates in the Southern Oceans from SEASAT Altimetry
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A mean sea surface height based on Seasat altimeter data has been high-pass filtered to reveal a pattern of geoid anomalies which are highly correlated with sea-floor topography. The technique is used to locate new bathymetric features in the poorly surveyed southern oceans.
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Nature, v. 304, p. 406-411
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Dixon, Timothy H. and Parke, M. E., "Bathymetry Estimates in the Southern Oceans from SEASAT Altimetry" (1983). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 530.