Airborne laser scanning derived sea surface height datasets in the Gulf of Finland (10.05.2018)
|Author(s)||Varbla Sander1, Ellmann Artu1, Delpeche-Ellmann Nicole2|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
2 : Department of Cybernetics, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
|Note||The dataset consists of computed grid files (Gridded_SSH.zip) in ESRI ASCII format and profiles (Computed_SSH_profiles.txt). Note that the measurements time (in UTC) is included in the profiles file.|
|Keyword(s)||airborne laser scanning, sea surface height|
A marine airborne laser scanning (ALS) survey was performed on 10.05.2018 in the Gulf of Finland. An inverse distance weighted interpolation was employed to reconstruct the raw instantaneous sea surface heights as 1×1 m resolution grids, representing the high-frequency component. Alternatively, a 2D moving average low-pass filter was employed to determine the low-frequency component. Further details of the data processing can be found in the publication: https://doi.org/10.1080/22797254.2021.1981156.
|Acknowledgements||Grünthal, E. from the Estonian Land Board is thanked for providing the coordinated airborne laser scanning point clouds.|
RIEGL VQ-1560i LiDAR Scanning System (operating at wavelength 1064 nm and pulse repetition rate 1 MHz) was used to acquire the airborne laser scanning data.