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Walter Munk and Bruce Bills

is negative for the nodal regression). For M 2 , the fractional amplitude of the split line is ε = 3.4/90.8 = 0.037. The nodal tide M n (as well as other long-period tides) appear in two places in Table 1 : (i) at the primary frequencies and their harmonics, for example, M m , M f = 1, 2 cpm; S a , S sa = 1, 2 cpy; M n = 1 cpn; and (ii) in splitting the principal short-period constituents. The mixing problem involves the split high-frequency constituents (ii), and not the

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Victor Zlotnicki, John Wahr, Ichiro Fukumori, and Yuhe T. Song

model-derived value of H / f (their Fig. 5) that corresponds to ∼3–3.7 Sv (cm H2O ) −1 , and Hughes et al. (2003) regressed the model transport to BPR and altimetry data, resulting in 1.2 and 2.1 Sv (cm H2O ) −1 , respectively. Given the imperfect correlation between the model and real transports, the latter probably are underestimates. This reasoning still requires a change in BP [Δ h in Eq. (7) ], which assumes zero change related to ACC variability along the northern path. Thus, the

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