Talk:Ocean surface topography

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Problem with picture "Ocean Dynamic Topography". I found on http://topex-www.jpl.nasa.gov/education/tutorial2.html that "Believe it not, the height Earth's oceans changes by about 150 meters (almost 500 feet) from the north Indian Ocean (off the south coast of India) and western Pacific Ocean (off of New Guinea)!" On the picture scale is in centimeters, rather wrong.