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Comments on the article “Uncertainty and bias in electronic tide-gauge records: evidence from collocated sensors” by Stella Pytharouli, Spyros Chaikalis, Stathis C. Stiros in Measurement (Volume 125, September 2018)
Aarup, T.; Wöppelmann, G.; Woodworth, P.L.; Hernandez, F.; Vanhoorne, B.; Schöne, T.; Thompson, P.R. (2019). Comments on the article “Uncertainty and bias in electronic tide-gauge records: evidence from collocated sensors” by Stella Pytharouli, Spyros Chaikalis, Stathis C. Stiros in Measurement (Volume 125, September 2018). Measurement 135: 613-616. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2018.12.007
In: Measurement. Elsevier SCI Ltd: Oxford. ISSN 0263-2241; e-ISSN 1873-412X
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Keyword
    Marine/Coastal
Author keywords
    Sea level database; Tide gauge records; Tide gauge benchmarks; Openly accessible data; GLOSS programme

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  • Aarup, T.
  • Wöppelmann, G.
  • Woodworth, P.L.
  • Hernandez, F.
  • Vanhoorne, B.
  • Schöne, T.
  • Thompson, P.R.

Abstract
    This note comments on the article published in Measurement by Stella Pytharouli, Spyros Chaikalis and Stathis C. Stiros (Volume 125, September 2018) entitled “Uncertainty and bias in electronic tide-gauge records: evidence from collocated sensors”. That paper comprises a set of comparisons between sea level data obtained by two or three collocated sensors at 10 sites around the world, using statistical methods akin to the buddy-checking methods that are often used by tide gauge operators. Their paper contains a number of incorrect statements. In addition, its comparison of tide gauge data at the 10 sites, which comprises most of the paper, is flawed in several respects.

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