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Fig. 19 | Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

Fig. 19

From: Wind-driven decadal sea surface height and main pycnocline depth changes in the western subarctic North Pacific

Fig. 19

Annual mean variations in the upper main pycnocline depth forced by variations in the wind stress (solid line) and the in situ halocline depth (dashed line) at station K2. The main pycnocline depth is indicated by the pressure level of the potential density of 26.8 σθ and the halocline depth is the pressure level of the isohaline (33.8) estimated from the ship-board CTD and Argo data by Wakita et al. (2017)

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