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fs01.epsPS document102KThe individual fits of bin averaged flux estimate to RHa – both unconstrained (red line) and forced through zero at the wave breaking threshold of RHa = 7100 (green line). The individual flux estimates are shown as grey dots; bin averaged fluxes by black circles and the error bars show the standard deviation of the flux estimates in each bin.
fs02.epsPS document84KThe individual fits of bin averaged flux estimate to RHw – both unconstrained (red line) and forced through zero at the wave breaking threshold of RHw = 72000 (green line). The individual flux estimates are shown as grey dots; bin averaged fluxes by black circles and the error bars show the standard deviation of the flux estimates in each bin.
fs03.epsPS document13KThe intercepts on the RH axis of the fits of source flux estimates to RHa and RHw as functions of particle size (intercepts of red lines in fs01 and fs02). The threshold values of RHa and RHw below which wave breaking is not expected are indicated by solid red lines; dashed lines indicate the standard errors in these thresholds. These are estimated from linear bivariate least square fits of RH to Rb from the SEASAW data and the Toba and Koga [1986] threshold of Rb = 1000.
text01.txtplain text document50Kindividual 28-minute average flux estimates and supporting meteorological and oceanographic data:
text02.txtplain text document3KThe mean fluxes binned by U10
text03.txtplain text document3KThe mean fluxes binned by RHa
text04.txtplain text document3KThe mean fluxes binned by RHw
readme.docplain text document45KSupporting information

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