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J. H. LaCasce and J. Wang

. Further comparisons are shown in the subsequent figures. Snapshots of the density anomaly in region 1 are shown in Fig. 4 . The model fields are in the left column and the exponential and mixed layer solutions are in the middle and right columns, respectively. Figures 4a–c show plan views of the density anomalies at 520-m depth, and Figs. 4d–f show density cross sections taken along the dashed line in the upper panels, near 40.5°N. Fig . 4. Plan views from region 1 of the density anomaly at 520-m

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Rémi Tailleux

controversial [see de Szoeke and Springer (2009) vs McDougall and Jackett (2005b) ], the present results are interesting as they might point to a potentially much simpler way to quantify the nonmateriality of γ n , which we plan on investigating in future studies. Fig . 5. (top left) Materially conserved part of γ n obtained by bin-averaging γ n in ( θ , S ) space. (top right) The quasi-material Lorenz neutral density bin averaged in the same way as γ n . (bottom left) Difference between (top left

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