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R. Dill, V. Klemann, Z. Martinec, and M. Tesauro. Applying local green’s func- tions to study the influence of the crustal structure on hydrological loading displacements. J. Geodyn., 88(Supplement C):14–22, 2015.

H. Dobslaw, I. Bergmann-Wolf, E. Forootan, C. Dahle, T. Mayer-Gürr, J. Kusche, and F. Flechtner. Modeling of present-day atmosphere and ocean non-tidal de-aliasing errors for future gravity mission simulations. J. Geodesy, 90(5): 423–436, 2016.

C. Irrgang, J. Saynisch, and M. Thomas. Utilizing oceanic electromagnetic induction to constrain an ocean general circulation model: A data assimilation twin experiment. J. Adv. Model. Earth Sys., 9(3):1703–1720, 2017.

C. Irrgang, J. Saynisch, and M. Thomas. Ensemble simulations of the magnetic field induced by global ocean circulation: Estimating the uncertainty. J. Geophys. Res, 121(3):1866–1880, 2016.

L. J. Neef and K. Matthes. Comparison of Earth rotation excitation in data- constrained and unconstrained atmosphere models. J. Geophys. Res., 117 (D02107):1–17, 2012.

L. Nerger, W. Hiller, and J. Schr ̈oter. A comparison of error subspace Kalman filters. Tellus Ser. A: Dyn. Meteorol. Oceanol., 57(5):715–735, 2005.

L. Sachl, Z. Martinec, J. Velimsk, A. Grayver, C. Irrgang, A. Kuvshinov, J. Pe- tereit, J. Saynisch, D. Einspigel, and N. R. Schnepf. Benchmark study of global EM induction codes forced by ocean circulation electric currents. Geo- phys. J. Int., submitted:1–19, 2017.

J. Saynisch and M. Thomas. Ensemble Kalman-Filtering of Earth rotation observations with a global ocean model. J. Geodyn., 62:24–29, 2012.

J. Saynisch, M. Wenzel, and J. Schr ̈oter. Assimilation of Earth rotation param- eters into a global ocean model: length of day excitation. J. Geodesy, 85(2): 67–73, 2011a.

J. Saynisch, M. Wenzel, and J. Schr ̈oter. Assimilation of Earth rotation pa- rameters into a global ocean model: excitation of polar motion. Nonlinear Process. Geophys., 18(5):581–585, 2011b.

J. Saynisch, I. Bergmann-Wolf, and M. Thomas. Assimilation of GRACE de- rived oceanic mass distributions with a global ocean circulation model. J. Geodesy, 89(2):121–139, 2015.

J. Saynisch, J. Petereit, C. Irrgang, and M. Thomas. Impact of oceanic warm- ing on electromagnetic oceanic tidal signals: A CMIP5 climate model-based sensitivity study. Geophys. Res. Lett., 44(10):4994–5000, 2017.

J. Saynisch, M. Semmling, J. Wickert, and M. Thomas. Potential of space-borne GNSS reflectometry to constrain simulations of the ocean circulation. Ocean Dyn., 65(11):1441–1460, 2015.

A. M. Semmling, V. Leister, J. Saynisch, F. Zus, S. Heise, and J. Wickert. A Phase-Altimetric Simulator: Studying the Sensitivity of Earth-Reflected GNSS Signals to Ocean Topography. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sensing, 54(11):6791–6802, 2016.

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L. Zhang, H. Dobslaw, T. Stacke, A. Güntner, R. Dill, and M. Thomas. Vali- dation of terrestrial water storage variations as simulated by different global numerical models with grace satellite observations. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21(2):821–837, 2017. 

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