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Ya Yang, Xiang Li, Jing Wang, and Dongliang Yuan

climatological wind stress was averaged over the entire time period of 2007–18. d. The LICOM ocean model The LASG/IAP Climate Ocean Model (LICOM) version 1.0 developed by the Institute of Atmosphere Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences was used to evaluate the influence of equatorial waves on the NESC. The model has a horizontal resolution of 0.5° latitude × 0.5° longitude and 30 vertical levels of varying thickness from 12.5 to 5319.1 m. A 900-yr spinup was forced with the climatological forcing of

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Dongliang Yuan, Xiang Li, Zheng Wang, Yao Li, Jing Wang, Ya Yang, Xiaoyue Hu, Shuwen Tan, Hui Zhou, Adhitya Kusuma Wardana, Dewi Surinati, Adi Purwandana, Mochamad Furqon Azis Ismail, Praditya Avianto, Dirham Dirhamsyah, Zainal Arifin, and Jin-Song von Storch

represent the wind forcing in the Maluku Channel. Surface drifter trajectories are obtained from the Global Lagrangian Drifter Data of AOML/NOAA from 1979 to 2011 ( http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/envids/gld/dirkrig/parttrk_spatial_temporal.php ). The 2-Minute Gridded Global Relief Data (ETOPO2v2) of the U.S. National Geophysical Data Center are used to calculate the width of the Maluku Channel section ( https://ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/global/etopo2.html ). The drifters released in the western Pacific Ocean during

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Xiang Li, Dongliang Yuan, Zheng Wang, Yao Li, Corry Corvianawatie, Dewi Surinati, Asep Sandra, Ahmad Bayhaqi, Praditya Avianto, Edi Kusmanto, Dirham Dirhamsyah, and Zainal Arifin

hindcast simulation forced by the NCEP–NCAR wind forcing during 2000–11 is used to form the mean velocity. The Global Ocean Forecasting System (GOFS) 3.1 operated by the Center for Ocean–Atmosphere Predictions Studies of Florida State University employs the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) forced by the Navy Global Environmental Model (NAVGEM) atmospheric forcing and the U.S. Navy Coupled Ocean Data Assimilation system ( Cummings 2005 ; Chassignet et al. 2009 ), with a horizontal resolution of 0

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