RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES, VOL. 19, ES5005, doi:10.2205/2019ES000679, 2019

Table 1. Verification of the Model on the Basis of Two CTD-Sections. $X_{\mathrm{model}}$ and $X_{\mathrm{meas}}$ are Modeled and Measured Values, Respectively. These Values Include Calculated Upper Boundary of AABW and Potential Temperature at the Ocean Bottom
Maximum Minimum Mean Standard
($X_{\mathrm{model}}-X_{\mathrm{meas}}$) ($X_{\mathrm{model}}-X_{\mathrm{meas}}$) ($X_{\mathrm{model}}-X_{\mathrm{meas}}$) ($X_{\mathrm{model}}-X_{\mathrm{meas}}$)
AABW level (East), m 103 $-402$ $-117$ 109
AABW level (West), m 217 $-303$ $-159$ 101
Bottom pot. temp. (East), ° C 0.55 $-0.20$ 0.018 0.110
Bottom pot. temp. (West), ° C 0.66 $-0.85$ 0.092 0.401

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Citation: Frey D. I., E. G. Morozov, I. Ansorge, V. V. Fomin, N. A. Diansky, R. Yu. Tarakanov (2019), Thermohaline structure of Antarctic Bottom Water in the abyssal basins of the South Atlantic, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 19, ES5005, doi:10.2205/2019ES000679.

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