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Fig. 2

From: Impact of cyclonic eddies and typhoons on biogeochemistry in the oligotrophic ocean based on biogeochemical/physical/meteorological time-series at station KEO

Fig. 2

Seasonal variability in fluxes of total mass (a TMF), organic carbon (b OCF), biogenic opal (c OPF), and CaCO3 (d CAF) at 5000 m of KEO (bar graphs). Solid circles and yellow-green line graph in a TMF denote index of satellite-based surface Chl-a (8 days composite) and subsurface Chl-a (at about 35 m) observed between September 2015 and June 2016, respectively. Surface Chl-a with 4 km and 8-day spatiotemporal resolutions derived from the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer were processed by the NASA’s Ocean Biology Processing Group at Goddard Space Flight Center

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