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Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Profile time-series of seawater temperature (°C) for the upper ocean (pressure less than 300 dbar, i.e., ~ 300 m) before and after typhoons (shown as T****, where **** is typhoon ID number) passed KEO. a Between 5 September and 4 October 2014. b In November 2014. (c) In August 2015. Hourly temperature data are obtained from NOAA KEO buoy database (https://www.pmel.noaa.gov/ocs/data/display-delivery/disdel/index.html). White line in each figure denotes hourly barometric pressure data from NOAA KEO buoy database. The near-inertial internal wave can be seen in broken square on a

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