The NTSLF receives data from the UK National Tide Gauge Network, as well as from gauges in the South Atlantic, Antarctica, Gibraltar and British Overseas Territories.
The UK national network of sea level gauges was established after violent storms in the North Sea in 1953 resulted in serious flooding in the Thames Estuary – Read more →
The ACCLAIM (Antarctic Circumpolar Current Levels by Altimetry and Island Measurements) programme in the South Atlantic Ocean and Southern Ocean consists of measurements from coastal tide gauges and bottom pressure stations, together with an ongoing research programme in satellite altimetry – Read more →
Ocean currents flowing through the Strait of Gibraltar cause the level of the Mediterranean Sea to rise and fall, and ultimately affect the ecosystems of the region across a wide area; the Gibraltar station is part of the Global Sea Level Observing System – Read more →
Our engineers participated in the ODINAFRICA project, funded by the IOC/UNESCO to set up an African tide gauge network – Read more →