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Auxiliary material for this article contains comparisons to the mooring salinity use same-day Aquarius salinity data averaged over the four nearest grid points from the shallowest mooring level.

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grl29648-sup-0002-fS01.pdfPDF document56KFigure S1. Comparison of daily mean 1m depth tropical mooring salinity from the TAO/Triton, RAMA, and Pirata moorings and contemporaneous, nearby AQUARIUS version 1.3 gridded SSS.
grl29648-sup-0003-fS02.pdfPDF document90KFigure S2. Same day AQUARIUS SSS and Argo float near surface salinity in the western tropical Atlantic during the 2011 boreal fall.
grl29648-sup-0004-fS03.pdfPDF document16KFigure S3. Vertical Argo profiles of temperature and salinity before and after the passage of hurricane Katia.
grl29648-sup-0005-fS04.pdfPDF document12KFigure S4. Near surface salinity change from Argo profiles and SMOS and Aquarius SSS change from Figures 4a and 4b.

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