This study is jointly supported by the Carolina Coastal Ocean Observation and Prediction System (Caro-Coops) project under NOAA Grant NA16RP2543 and the Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program (CORMP) under NOAA Grant NA16RP2675, via the National Ocean Service, through Charleston Coastal Services Center. Two anonymous reviewers provided insightful comments, which led to significant improvement of the paper.
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