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Ivana Cerovečki and Matthew R. Mazloff

diapycnal mixing ( Fig. 9n ), and surface ocean heat gain ( Fig. 8f ). The strongest surface freshening is by the melting of sea ice along and poleward of the SACCF ( Fig. 9f ) [cf. the position of the strongest surface formation by freshening ( Fig. 9f ) with the pattern in Fig. 4f showing the difference between SOSE and ERA-Interim freshwater flux, which is primarily due to freshwater flux from sea ice melt accounted for in SOSE but not in ERA-Interim]. In summer strong surface heating ( Fig. 8c

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