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Magdalena Andres, Ruth C. Musgrave, Daniel L. Rudnick, Kristin L. Zeiden, Thomas Peacock, and Jae-Hun Park

associated with El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycles. Our findings about the amplitude and predictability of SSH variations are summarized in section 4 . We conclude with topics of ongoing research ( section 5 ). 2. Data processing and interpretation In this section, we describe the data sources and methods used in our analysis of the SSH variability observed and inferred around Palau. These include in situ data from the FLEAT program and several publicly available regional and global datasets. a

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Hui Wu

parameter P a = βHL / r was defined for a uniform and zero-coastal-depth shelf through scaling analysis, in which L is the scale of the shelf width. The parameter P a is equivalent to Pe β at the shelf break (where h = H ) for this particular shelf configuration because s = H / L , and therefore Pe β = βH 2 / r ( H / L ) = P a . As Pe β approaches 0 on the coast, if Pe β > 1 on the shelf edge, there must be a place on the shelf where Pe β drops to 1. Although P a is a good measure

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