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Figure 1. (a) Bottom topography map and (b) schematic circulation map in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean, the color shading in Figure 1b corresponds to the annual mean net surface heat flux from the NCEP-NCAR reanalysis data. Labels a–f in Figure 1a represents: a, Shikoku; b, Izu-Ogasawara Ridge; c, Honshu; d, Hokkaido; e, Shatsky Ridge; and f, Emperor Seamounts. The Kuril-Kamchatka Trench (KKT) and the Japan Trench (JT) are represented by white dashed lines. Circula- tion features shown in Figure 1b are the Oyashio current (OY), the Tsugaru Warm Current (TWC), the southward intrusion of the Oyashio (OYI), the Kuroshio Extension (KE), the Kuroshio Bifurcation Front (KBF), and the Shikoku Recirculation Gyre (SRG), the Subarctic Front (SAF), and the Subarctic Boundary (SAB).

a, Shikoku 四国岛
b, Izu-Ogasawara Ridge 伊豆-小笠原 海脊
c, Honshu 本州岛
d, Hokkaido 北海道岛
e, Shatsky Ridge
f, Emperor Seamounts 天皇海山
The Kuril-Kamchatka Trench (KKT) 千岛-堪察加海沟
the Japan Trench (JT) 日本海沟
the Oyashio current (OY) 亲潮
the Tsugaru Warm Current (TWC)
the southward intrusion of the Oyashio (OYI) 亲潮的南向入侵
the Kuroshio Extension (KE) 黑潮延伸体
the Kuroshio Bifurcation Front (KBF) 黑潮分支锋面
the Shikoku Recirculation Gyre (SRG) 四国岛再循环水流涡
the Subarctic Front (SAF) 亚极地锋面
the Subarctic Boundary (SAB) 亚极地边界


Dong, D., Brandt, P., Chang, P., Sch€utte, F., Yang, X., Yan, J., & Zeng, J. (2017). Mesoscale eddies in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean: Three-dimensional eddy structures and heat/salt transports. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 122, 9795–9813. https://doi. org/10.1002/2017JC013303

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