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Using Mean Sea Surface Topography for Determination of Height System Differences across the Baltic Sea

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The mean sea surface topography in the Baltic Sea and adjacent waters is reliably known in the Nordic height system NH 60. Using this knowledge we estimate differences between NH 60, based on the Amsterdam zero point, and Russian, Polish, and German height systems along the southeastern coast of the Baltic Sea, based on the Kronstadt zero point. The differences agree within a few centimeters. We also make a simple study of the mean sea level difference between Kronstadt and Amsterdam (which is found to have been approximately 25 cm when sea level was still to be seen there).
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Keywords: BALTIC SEA; HEIGHT SYSTEM; SEA SURFACE; TOPOGRAPHY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1999

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