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Auxiliary material for this article contains detailed information on the methods used for extracting sea surface temperature anomalies.

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grl17872-sup-0001-README.txtplain text document2KREADME.txt
grl17872-sup-0002-SSTMETHOD.txtplain text document2KSSTMETHOD.txt
grl17872-sup-0003-SPATIAL.txtplain text document2KSupporting evidence that the spatial scale of the synoptic cooling events are greater than the spatial extent of our study area:
grl17872-sup-0004-SPATIAL.epsimage/eps14KSupporting evidence that the spatial scale of the synoptic cooling events are greater than the spatial extent of our study area:
grl17872-sup-0005-CORRELATIONTABLE1.txtplain text document1KCorrelation tables describing the relations between currents, temperatures, and alongshore winds:
grl17872-sup-0006-CORRELATIONTABLE2.txtplain text document1KCorrelation tables describing the relations between currents, temperatures, and alongshore winds:
grl17872-sup-0007-ALIASING.txtplain text document2KDiscussion of the possibility of aliasing between the fortnightly lunar signal presented in the paper and the occurrence of high and low tides:
grl17872-sup-0008-ALIAS.epsimage/eps329KSupporting evidence that the spatial scale of the synoptic cooling events are greater than the spatial extent of our study area:

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