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Shuwen Tan, Larry J. Pratt, Dongliang Yuan, Xiang Li, Zheng Wang, Yao Li, Corry Corvianawatie, Dewi Surinati, Asep S. Budiman, and Ahmad Bayhaqi

–temperature–depth (CTD) measurements recently collected along the axis of the overflow as well as 17 months of ADCP velocity data collected with a mooring deployed during 2005–06. This study will evaluate the hydraulics, mixing, and entrainment in the Lifamatola Passage. The CTD and mooring data are described in section 2 . In section 3 , the conditions for hydraulic control are assessed using the mooring data, and it is argued that the control is, in fact, present. Based on this finding, we predict volume fluxes

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Kristin L. Zeiden, Daniel L. Rudnick, and Jennifer A. MacKinnon

done on Line E. Each section took an average of 7 days to complete, and each mission completed an average of 14 sections. The gliders collectively achieved an average profile-to-profile horizontal resolution of 4.7 km and temporal resolution of 6 h. The profiles are down to 1000 m and are vertically averaged into 10-m bins after quality controlling the CTD data and computing velocity with the AD2CP data. A few gaps in the time series were caused by operational issues. The second glider mission

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