This research was supported in part by the Korean Science and Engineering Foundation (2000-2-13500-001-2) and Chonnam National University (1998). We are thankful to B.-J. Choi at Rutgers—the State University of New Jersey for processing data, and graduate students in the Physical Oceanography Laboratory of the Chonnam National University for preparing figures.
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