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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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From: A fortnightly atmospheric ‘tide’ at Bali caused by oceanic tidal mixing in Lombok Strait

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SST tidal fortnightly variations in the Indonesian seas (Ray and Susanto 2016). a Amplitudes (in millikelvin) with largest values (in red) delineating regions of significant spring–neap tidal mixing. These regions are mostly confined within narrow straits and channels or at sills, such as the southern entrance to the Sulu Sea. b Zoom view focusing on Lombok Strait between islands Bali and Lombok, within the Lesser Sunda Island chain. c Zoom view of estimated tidal phase lags (in degrees) relative to time of lunar syzygy

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