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This material illustrates the following three issues: (1) the gridded Argo product does not capture 10–90 day variability with sufficient fidelity to be used in the study of intraseasonal variability of heat and freshwater, (2) an estimate of the error in satellite-derived forcing by comparing with in situ data, and (3) a comparison between intraseasonal SST and time integral of d(Qeff)/dt in different seasons.

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jgrc11548-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document3Kreadme.txt
jgrc11548-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document1126KFigure S1. Five day temperature T (°C) at 5 m depth from float 093 (gray), and from gridded Argo data (black) following the float trajectory.
jgrc11548-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document521KFigure S2. Intraseasonal Qsw (Wm−2) at 1.5°S, 90°E from satellite estimate (gray) and buoy data (black).
jgrc11548-sup-0004-fs03.pdfPDF document15KFigure S3. Observed SST anomaly (black; °C) from float 093, and predicted SST anomaly (gray) SSTp = ∫(Qeff/ρCpH0)dt.
jgrc11548-sup-0005-t01.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 1.

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