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David Halpern, Dimitris Menemenlis, and Xiaochun Wang

-day and monthly data were 95% statistically higher at 140° than at 110°W, which, perhaps, was a result of the stronger EUC current at 140° than at 110°W in the presence of ubiquitous Kelvin and tropical instability waves. Regression analysis of the 3-day data shown in Fig. 2 had least squares lines of ECCO2 (m 2 s −1 ) = 0.68 ADCP (m 2 s −1 ) + 10.4 m 2 s −1 at 140°W and ECCO2 (m 2 s −1 ) = 0.55 ADCP (m 2 s −1 ) + 35.0 m 2 s −1 at 110°W. The 3-day ECCO2 values were higher (smaller) than

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