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Toshio Iguchi, Nozomi Kawamoto, and Riko Oki

) in the figure. Figure 3b shows the estimated attenuation-corrected radar reflectivity factor ( ) at 2 km above sea level given by KuPR’s standard product (orbit number: 10725, scan: around 2935, time: 0001:56, 18 January 2016 UTC). It shows that the storm is widespread and distributes rather uniformly. There are about 100 stations in the Japan Meteorological Agency's (JMA) Automatic Meteorological Data Acquisition System (AMeDAS) within the area shown in this figure. Almost all of them recorded

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Lijing Cheng, Hao Luo, Timothy Boyer, Rebecca Cowley, John Abraham, Viktor Gouretski, Franco Reseghetti, and Jiang Zhu

/T7/DB are the same and that the fall rate equation has the same coefficients for these four XBT types, but this does not exactly hold, based on experimental results and independent studies (i.e., Green 1984 ; Hallock and Teague 1992 ; Hanawa et al. 1995 ; Reseghetti et al. 2007 ; Cowley et al. 2013 ). To group the profiles with unknown probe types, it is better to consider the maximum (max) depth each probe type can reach. Based on the tests mainly in Mediterranean Sea, the maximum depth

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