Continuous , array-based estimates of Atlantic Ocean heat transport at 26 . 5 o

  title={Continuous , array-based estimates of Atlantic Ocean heat transport at 26 . 5 o},
  author={William E. Johns and Molly O'Neil Baringer and Lisa M. Beal and Saul A. Cunningham and T. and Kanzow and Harry L. Bryden and Jo{\"e}l J-M Hirschi and Jochem Marotzke and Christopher S. Meinen and B. and Shaw and Richard Curry},
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