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    Vertical–meridional sections based on data taken from 170°–95°W (see text). (a) Zonal divergence, ux (10−8s−1) from linear fits of u vs longitude; contour intervals (CI) 2, positive shaded. (b) Meridional divergence, υy (10−8s−1); CI 10, positive shaded, estimated as in Fig. 5. (c) Vertical velocity, w (10−5s−1); CI 0.5, positive (upward) shaded. (d) Standard error of w, ew (10−5s−1); CI 0.5, |w| > ew shaded

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In the article “Equatorial Pacific Ocean horizontal velocity, divergence, and upwelling,” which appeared in the March 2001 Journal of Physical Oceanography, Vol. 31, No. 3, 839–849, part of the shaded regions in panels (c) and (d) of Fig. 6 on page 846. The missing shading describes the author's major finding of significant upwelling on the equator, does not appear in the illustrations due to a production difficulty. The correct figure, showing the shaded regions from about 4°S to 6°N and at 10°N in panel (c) and from about 4°S to 2°N and 6°N to 9°N in panel (d) that are missing in the illustration printed in the March issue, is printed below.

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Vertical–meridional sections based on data taken from 170°–95°W (see text). (a) Zonal divergence, ux (10−8s−1) from linear fits of u vs longitude; contour intervals (CI) 2, positive shaded. (b) Meridional divergence, υy (10−8s−1); CI 10, positive shaded, estimated as in Fig. 5. (c) Vertical velocity, w (10−5s−1); CI 0.5, positive (upward) shaded. (d) Standard error of w, ew (10−5s−1); CI 0.5, |w| > ew shaded

Citation: Journal of Physical Oceanography 31, 7; 10.1175/1520-0485(2001)031<1936:C>2.0.CO;2

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