Station summaryTRIE

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    Tide Gauge
IGS-type acronym : TRIE
Latitude : 45.70975728
Longitude : 13.76351617
Installed date : 2003-02-05
Decommissioned date :
Country : ITALY
Station status : No data for 30 days (orange)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 6707
Domes Nr.: 12718M003
Station operator: Unknown
IGS-like station form :

GPS position times seriesTRIE


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Offsets (mm)

MMaterial change or malfunction
RFReference Frame change
NANot available
Position discontinuity
Velocity discontinuity
Vertical component
East component
North Component

Data available at SONELTRIE

Quality plots on RINEX filesTRIE

Quality plots on RINEX files of TRIE Quality plots on RINEX files of TRIE Royal Observatory of Belgium

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Observations & tracking performance Satellite tracking

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Co-located instrumentsTRIE

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  • puce De-Biasio, Baldin et al., 2020. Revisiting Vertical Land Motion and Sea Level Trends in the Northeastern Adriatic Sea Using Satellite Altimetry and Tide Gauge Data. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce Raicich, 2007. A Study of Early Trieste Sea Level Data (1875–1914). Journal of Coastal Research. Get this reference
  • puce Vignudelli, De-Biasio, 2021. Coastal Sea Level Trends from a Joint Use of Satellite Radar Altimetry, GPS and Tide Gauges: Case Study of the Northern Adriatic Sea. Geodetic Sciences - Theory, Applications and Recent Developments. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce Zerbini, Raicich et al., 2017. Sea-level change in the Northern Mediterranean Sea from long-period tide gauge time series. Earth-Science Reviews. Get this reference