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Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

Time-series contour plots of daily-averaged (a) seawater temperature (°C) and (b) density (sigma-theta, kg m− 3), for the upper ~ 550 m (less than 550 dbar) at station KEO between July 2014 and June 2016, using data available from https://www.pmel.noaa.gov/ocs/data/display-delivery/disdel/index.html. Solid line is isoline and dots are sampling points. White line in a denotes temporal variability in satellite-based sea surface height anomaly (SSHA) daily data. Daily SSHA data, which were acquired from Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service, were specifically defined as departure from 20-year long-term mean SSH (1993–2012). White open bars in b denote TMF (same as Fig. 2a)

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