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Kenneth G. Hughes, James N. Moum, and Emily L. Shroyer

-surface velocity anomalies of 0.1–0.2 m s −1 (e.g., Price et al. 1986 ; Kudryavtsev and Soloviev 1990 ). The previous night’s mixed layer evolves into a DWL lying above, and decoupled from, the remnant mixed layer below. Per the optical properties of seawater, more than half of the sun’s heat impinging on the surface is absorbed in the top two meters of the ocean. The subsequent fate of this heat depends on turbulence. Consider two extremes: strong turbulent mixing and no turbulent mixing. In the former

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