Baroclinic eddies south of Cheju Island in the East China Sea

@article{Yanagi1996BaroclinicES,
  title={Baroclinic eddies south of Cheju Island in the East China Sea},
  author={Tetsuo Yanagi and Takanori Shimizu and Takeshi Matsuno},
  journal={Journal of Oceanography},
  year={1996},
  volume={52},
  pages={763-769}
}
The detailed structures of baroclinic eddies, that is, an anticlockwise circulation in the upper layer and a clockwise one in the lower layer south of Cheju Island in the East China Sea have been revealed by intensive field observation. Such baroclinic eddies are accompanied by the southward spreading of the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water. 

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