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FIGURE 9.20. Warm subtropical columns of fluid expand relative to colder polar columns. Thus the sea surface (measured relative to the geoid) is higher, by about 1 m, in the subtropics than the pole, and is thus greatly exaggerated in this schematic. Pressure gradients associated with the sea-surface tilt are largely compensated by vertical thermocline undulations, of about 400 m, ensuring that abyssal pressure gradients are much weaker than those at the surface.

FIGURE 9.20. Warm subtropical columns of fluid expand relative to colder polar columns. Thus the sea surface (measured relative to the geoid) is higher, by about 1 m, in the subtropics than the pole, and is thus greatly exaggerated in this schematic. Pressure gradients associated with the sea-surface tilt are largely compensated by vertical thermocline undulations, of about 400 m, ensuring that abyssal pressure gradients are much weaker than those at the surface.

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