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Variability of Oceanographic Conditions at Ocean Weather Stations in the North Atlantic and North Pacific Oceans.
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Seasonal mean salinity, temperature, and sound velocity and their variability were determined for 12 ocean weather stations. Variability above 200m depths is caused by wind-induced mixing and upwelling, advection and radiational heating and cooling. Below 200m internal waves and ocean fronts cause the variability. Author
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