The Baltic SEAL project is engaging with the community and producing data products which provide a consistent description of the sea level variability, in the Baltic Sea, in terms of seasonal and inter-annual variation. Documentation is also being made available relating the results to the forcing associated with this variability, using the developed dedicated coastal altimetry product. From this site, you will be able to provide your expert recommendations, request access the product data produced, access the handbook to help you fully understand and use the data, and link to the experts who are developing these advanced datasets.

We will also be making a selection of our presented materials available here, to enable stakeholders to explore the science behind the Baltic SEAL project, and the challenges we have overcome to build these products. Please explore via the links below: Access to Data Products

Please go to the dedicated Data Access page to log your interest in obtaining Baltic SEAL data.

Project Outputs

Publicly available reports
  • Tuomi, L.; Rautiainen, L.; Passaro, M.; Müller, F. et al. (2019) Baltic+ SEAL: Requirements Baseline Document. Technical report delivered under the Baltic+ SEAL project. http://doi.org/10.5270/esa.BalticSEAL.RBDV2.0. Available here.
  • Coastal altimetry at high-latitudes: the Baltic SEAL project observing sea level among jagged coastline and sea ice” submitted for presentation at the 12th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, 4th-7th February 2020, ESA-ESRIN, Frascati, Rome, Italy. Abstract  Presentation.
  • ESA Baltic SEAL project: Setting course to advance satellite-derived sea-level products for jagged coastlines” presented at the 13th Irish Earth Observation Symposium, 5th-6th December, 2019, NUI Galway, Galway, Ireland. Abstract Poster
  • Baltic SEAL: Building a sea level product for climate research in a region featuring jagged coastline and sea-ice coverage” presented at the 2019 Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting (OSTST 2019), Chicago, 21-25th October 2019. Abstract  Presentation