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Lei Shi, Ge Peng, and John J. Bates

examine the spatial differences between HIRS-retrieved Qa and in situ measurements of Qa, we collocated HIRS-retrieved Qa with a recent version of IMMA data, version 2.5. As described in Jackson et al. (2009) , the quality control procedure includes removing derived Qa values below 0 and above 30 g kg −1 , and removing observations exceeding 2.8 σ from the climatology based on National Climatic Data Center trimming flags. HIRS retrievals are matched with IMMA data within 3 h and within 0

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ChuanLi Jiang, Sarah T. Gille, Janet Sprintall, Kei Yoshimura, and Masao Kanamitsu

-related variables across Drake Passage from 2000 to 2009. Our first objective is to assess the spatial scales over which the turbulent fluxes vary and to ask what physical processes are likely to control small-scale variations in turbulent fluxes. As part of our analysis, we also compare the shipboard data with recent flux estimates including objectively analyzed air–sea fluxes (OAFlux) ( Yu et al. 2008 ), which blend satellite retrievals and NWP reanalysis. New reanalysis efforts offer some prospect for

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