This research was partially supported by the Office of Global Programs of NOAA (NOAA NA 47GP0-188) in concert with the Scripps–Lamont Consortium on the Ocean’s Role in Climate, and by the National Science Foundation, Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE.96-33474). Warren White is also supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) under Contract NA27GPO-539. Our thanks extend to Ted Walker, who provided most of the computational and visualization support.
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