ATLAS/ICESat-2 L3B Slope-Corrected Land Ice Height Time Series, Version 5 (ATL11)
This is the most recent version of these data.
Changes for this version include:
- Added cycles 12, 13, and 14 of the ICESat-2 data.
- Removed orbit specific parameters from /orbit_info group as crossing time, rgt, orbit_number, and sc_orient are not needed for ATL11.
- Implemented mean-tide inclusion for converting geoid heights.
This data set provides time series of land-ice surface heights derived from the ICESat-2 ATL06 Land Ice Height product. It is intended primarily as an input for higher level gridded products, but can also be used on its own as a spatially organized product that allows easy access to height-change information derived from ICESat-2 observations.
Smith, B., S. Dickinson, B. P. Jelley, T. A. Neumann, D. Hancock, J. Lee, and K. Harbeck.
GLACIER ELEVATION/ICE SHEET ELEVATION
29 March 2019 to present
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