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Youichi Tanimoto, Kou Shimoyama, and Shoichi Mori

release from the ocean surface (e.g., Figs. 3c and 3d in Tanimoto et al. 2011 ). This feature of surface heat release produces pronounced atmospheric responses in the MABL structure, surface winds, cloud regime, sea level pressure (SLP), and precipitation, as reviewed by Kwon et al. (2010) . Tanimoto et al. (2011) found that a wintertime ocean–atmosphere effect along the Kuroshio induces a westward-extending wedge of SLP minimum under the warm and mixed MABL because of hydrostatic adjustment

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