Deep, zonal subequatorial currents.


Large-scale, westward-extending tongues of warm (Pacific) and cold (Atlantic) water are found between 2000 and 3000 meters both north and south of the equator in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. They are centered at 5 degrees to 8 degrees north and 10 degrees to 15 degrees south (Pacific) and 5 degrees to 8 degrees north and 15 degrees to 20 degrees south… (More)


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@article{Talley1994DeepZS, title={Deep, zonal subequatorial currents.}, author={Linda Talley and G. C. Johnson}, journal={Science}, year={1994}, volume={263 5150}, pages={1125-8} }