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Research Article

Interactions between Typhoon Choi-wan (2009) and the Kuroshio Extension System

Figure 5

Vertical profiles of the axisymmetric mean equivalent potential temperature (contours; contour interval, 2 K) of all experiments and standard deviations (shading) (upper panels), the axisymmetric mean latent heat flux (line) and standard deviations (vertical bars) (middle panels), and the axisymmetric mean sea surface temperature (line) and standard deviations (vertical bars) at (a) 24 h, (b) 48 h, and (c) 69 h. The distance from the center of the simulated typhoon (i.e., the TC radius) is shown on the horizontal axis. (d)–(f) Same as (a)–(c), but showing the results of simulations with the uncoupled atmosphere model. The unit of the vertical axis is m.
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