Manual on sea level measurement and interpretation.Volume I - Basic procedures.
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The IOC Assembly at its thirteenth Session by Resolution XIII-7 adopted the proposal for the Global Network of Sea-Level Stations prepared with the assistance of Dr. D. Pugh (U.K.) and Prof. K. Wyrtki, as a basis for an extension under the auspices of IOC of the existing sea-level network (included in the Annex to the Summary Report of the Thirteenth Session of the IOC Assembly). By this resolution Member States were urged to participate in the implementation of the Global Sea-Level Observing System which is required by the oceanographic community for research, in particular, in support of oceanographic experiments and programmes under the World Climate Research Programme, as well as for national practical applications. Similar to other international programmes, this project requires actions on both national and international levels. Preparation of the Manual on Sea-Level Measurement and Interpretation is considered as an important step towards unifying procedures for sea-level measu.....
Series;NrIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Manuals and Guide; 14, Vol. 1
CitationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (1985) Manual on sea level measurement and interpretation.Volume I - Basic procedures. Paris, France, UNESCO, 83pp. (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Manuals and Guide; 14, Vol. 1). http://hdl.handle.net/11329/206