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Kristin L. Zeiden, Jennifer A. MacKinnon, Matthew H. Alford, Daniel L. Rudnick, Gunnar Voet, and Hemantha Wijesekera

stable eddies can transport isolated water masses hundreds to thousands of kilometers downstream ( Caldeira et al. 2014 ). This variability is not well constrained in part due to nonlinearities associated with the production of vorticity. The broadband frequency content of geophysical flows introduces additional variability and presents a challenge in characterizing island wakes. In this study, a year of moored current data is used to calculate submesoscale vorticity near the northern end of Palau

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