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James N. Moum, Simon P. de Szoeke, William D. Smyth, James B. Edson, H. Langley DeWitt, Aurélie J. Moulin, Elizabeth J. Thompson, Christopher J. Zappa, Steven A. Rutledge, Richard H. Johnson, and Christopher W. Fairall

tropical depression TC05A off the southern cape of India by the U.S. Navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Center at 0000 UTC 26 November. TC05A propagated northwestward into the Arabian Sea, reaching tropical storm status on 28 November, with maximum sustained winds of 35 kt (18 m s −1 ). Though several numerical models predicted the formation of a large tropical disturbance south of Colombo, the fishermen had been provided no warning of the storm. A discussion of the local effects of the storm and potential

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Kunio Yoneyama, Chidong Zhang, and Charles N. Long

a 0.25-m vertical resolution and extremely high frequency (10 Hz). Vertically profiling wire walkers ( Pinkel et al. 2011 ), each equipped with temperature–pressure or CTD sensors, were deployed during leg 4 to measure the upper-ocean structure without ship effects in the top 20 m every 5 min and in the top 200 m every 20 min. Surface and subsurface moorings ( Fig. 5 ) were deployed along 78.5°E. Surface and subsurface moorings were deployed at 9.75°S, 1.5°S, and 0° during the IOP by R

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