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Maximum arrow length is 490 m2/s. g. , 2006). Note that there are evident differences in the source compared with tides. Firstly, we examine now the steady ﬂow (rather than periodic tides), and second, the ﬂow has a completely different velocity distribution. Fig. 12 presents the average depth-integrated velocity compiled by Manoj et al. (2006) from the ECCO ocean circulation model. The main feature here is a prominent Antarctic circumpolar current (ACC). Fig. 13 shows the dominant ocean-induced magnetic signal – vertical component – at sea level (left) and CHAMP altitude (right).
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