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  • Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of the Antarctic Ice Sheet derived from Global Navigation Satellite Systems-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) data from the UK TechDemoSat-1 satellite. This is obtained using all available data from the mission (32 months). It has a median bias under 18 metres and Root Mean Square Difference under 91 metres when compared to the CryoSat-2 1 km v1.0 DEM (Slater et al., 2017). This work was supported by the Natural Environmental Research Council [grant number NE/L002531/1]. ***** PLEASE BE ADVISED TO USE VERSION 2.0 DATA ***** The VERSION 2.0 data set (see ''Related Data Set Metadata'' link below) uses improved processing and an additional 13 months of measurements.

  • These files are gridded topography, rates of surface elevation change, and errors as 500m and 1km posting determined from surface elevation measured by swath processing of data acquired by the interferometric radar altimeter CryoSat-2. The gridded products cover the Greenland Ice Sheet between 2011 and 2016. These data have been processed by the University of Edinburgh and are made publicly available as part of a European Space Agency funded project involving the University of Edinburgh, isardSat UK, University of Leeds-CPOM, ENVEO. Gridded elevation and elevation change over the CryoSat-2 LRM sector of the Greenland Ice Sheet are provided by CPOM. This dataset is part of ESA''s CryoTop Evolution project.

  • These files are gridded topography, rates of surface elevation change, and errors as 500m and 1km posting determined from surface elevation measured by swath processing of data acquired by the interferometric radar altimeter CryoSat-2. The gridded products cover the Antarctic Ice Sheet between 2011 and 2016. These data have been processed by the University of Edinburgh and are made publicly available as part of a European Space Agency funded project involving the University of Edinburgh, isardSat UK, University of Leeds-CPOM, ENVEO. Gridded elevation and elevation change over the CryoSat-2 LRM sector of the Antarctic Ice Sheet are provided by CPOM.

  • These files are surface elevation determined from swath processing of data acquired by the interferometric radar altimeter CryoSat-2. The data have been collected and processed over the Antarctic Ice Sheet between 2011 and 2016. These data have been processed by the University of Edinburgh and are made publicly available as part of the European Space Agency funded project CryoTop and CryoTop Evolution involving the University of Edinburgh, isardSat UK, University of Leeds-CPOM, ENVEO.

  • These files are surface elevation determined from swath processing of data acquired by the interferometric radar altimeter CryoSat-2. The data have been collected and processed over the Greenland Ice Sheet between 2011 and 2016. These data have been processed by the University of Edinburgh and are made publicly available as part of the European Space Agency funded CryoSat+ CryoTop Evolution STSE Study (ESA Contract 4000116874) involving the University of Edinburgh, isardSat UK, University of Leeds-CPOM, ENVEO.

  • Improved Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of the Antarctic Ice Sheet derived from Global Navigation Satellite Systems-Reflectometry (GNSS-R). This builds on a previous study (Cartwright et al., 2018) using GNSS-R to derive an Antarctic DEM but uses improved processing and an additional 13 months of measurements. A median bias of under 10 m and root-mean-square (RMS) errors of under 53 m are obtained, as compared to existing DEMs. Funding was provided by NERC grant NE/L002531/1.

  • Improved Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of the Greenland Ice Sheet derived from Global Navigation Satellite Systems-Reflectometry (GNSS-R). This builds on a previous study (Cartwright et al., 2018) using GNSS-R to derive an Antarctic DEM but uses improved processing and an additional 13 months of measurements. A median bias of under 10 m and root-mean-square (RMS) errors of under 166 m are obtained, as compared to existing DEMs. Funding was provided by NERC grant NE/L002531/1.