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From Hyode Seo's research: Left, the map shows summer averaged sea surface temperature (SST) trends, measured by NOAA satellites, for the U.S. west coast from 1982-2010: darker blues indicate a larger temperature decline. Middle, declining SSTs measured by four coastal buoys: top-to-bottom plots correspond to north-to-south buoy locations marked by 4 red squares on the map. Right, the trend in wind blowing along coastal topography at the same north to south locations, showing increasing winds in the southern location marked by the largest decline in SSTs.

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