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Ryu Saiki and Humio Mitsudera

horizontal plane. Black line denotes the location representing the vertical sections of Figs. 12a and 12b . Red vector denotes τ ai and blue vector denotes τ iw , where | τ ai | = 10.5 × 10 −1 kg m −1 s −2 and | τ iw | = 9.63 × 10 −1 kg m −1 s −2 , respectively. The homogeneous wind starts blowing over the initial sea ice field. As a result, the ice-band patterns emerge all over the domain as in Fig. 11b . The ice bands in this simulation exhibit a regular, 10-km-scale band spacing ( Fig. 11c

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Kotaro Katsube and Masaru Inatsu

and Morgan 2006 ). When the Bonin high retreats eastward from its climatological location, TCs tend to undergo recurvature and move northeastward ( Harr and Elsberry 1995 ; Nakazawa and Rajendran 2007 ). In other cases, the TC moves mostly toward the Chinese mainland directly. Hence, TC tracks in the western North Pacific are roughly classified into recurved and nonrecurved paths (e.g., Hirata and Kawamura 2014 ): nonrecurved TCs pose a risk to the Chinese coast, while recurved TCs often hit the

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