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

Figure 6

(a–c) Vertical profiles of the axisymmetric mean specific humidity (solid contours, contour interval 1 g kg−1) of the 14 simulations, the standard deviations of all experiments, and radial flow (dashed contours, contour interval 2 ms−1, negative sign indicates inflow) at (a) 24 h, (b) 48 h, and (c) 69 h. (d–f) Vertical profiles of the axisymmetric mean horizontal specific humidity flux (solid contours, contour interval 100 or 50 g m−2 s−1) of the 14 simulations, the standard deviations of all experiments (shading), and tangential flow (dashed contours, contour interval 5 m s−1, positive sign indicates cyclonic flow) at (d) 24 h, (e) 48 h, and (f) 69 h. (g–i) Vertical profiles of standard deviations of radial flow (contours) and of tangential flow (shading) among the 14 simulations at (g) 24 h, (h) 48 h, and (i) 69 h. At values below 12ms−1 (thin contours), the contour interval is 2ms−1, and at values above 12ms−1 (thick contours), it is 1ms−1. The unit of the vertical axis is m.
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