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Larry W. O’Neill, Tracy Haack, Dudley B. Chelton, and Eric Skyllingstad

mechanism. A minimum of surface divergence does not by itself provide the necessary forcing to achieve a deep atmospheric response. In this case, if the large-scale fields are interpreted as evidence of forcing by storms and small-scale SST, then storms are still necessary to explain the “anchoring” of convergence and upward motion over the Gulf Stream. Finally, it is noted that none of these techniques perfectly remove all traces of storms from the instantaneous divergence, so the divergence minima

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