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Matthew R. Mazloff, Raffaele Ferrari, and Tapio Schneider

adjusting the atmospheric driving and initial conditions using an adjoint model. A cost function compares the model state to in situ observations (Argo float profiles, CTD synoptic sections, seal-mounted SEaOS instrument profiles, and XBTs), altimetric observations [ Envisat , Geosat , Jason, Ocean Topography Experiment (TOPEX)/Poseidon)], and other datasets (e.g., sea surface temperatures inferred from infrared and microwave radiometers). In contrast to other data assimilation approaches, no spurious

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