Reply to comments on "Uncertainty and bias in electronic tide gauge records Evidence from collocated sensors" by Pytharouli S., Chaikalis S. and Stiros S.C., Measurement 125: 496–508, 2018

Stella Pytharouli, Spyros Chaikalis, Stathis C. Stiros

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This is a Reply to Comments by Arup et al. on the paper by Pytharouli et al. (2018), recently published in Measurement. Arup et al. (thereafter “Comment”), although they endorsed the conclusions of our study (need of collocated sensors, different performance of sensors, need for metadata, accuracy of tide gauges, etc.), they state in their conclusion that “this paper is misleading in several respects and that the statistical analyses undertaken have little value”. This conclusion is unfortunate and unjustified, as we explain below.

Original languageEnglish
Article number107658
Number of pages3
JournalMeasurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation
Volume157
Early online date28 Feb 2020
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2020

Keywords

  • bias characteristics in tidal records
  • collocated tide-gauges
  • uncertainty limits in tide gauge data

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    Uncertainty and bias in electronic tide-gauge records: evidence from collocated sensors

    Pytharouli, S., Chaikalis, S. & Stiros, S. C., 30 Sep 2018, In : Measurement. 125, p. 496–508 13 p.

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