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Acknowledgements We thank two anonymous reviewers and editor Yujiro Ogawa for valuable
reviews. Hayman thanks the Institute for Geophysics and Jackson School of Geoscience at
University of Texas, and the Consortium for Ocean Leadership (for participation in NanTroSEIZE
Expedition 319) for support. This is UTIG contribution 2278.
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