A conductivity, temperature, and pressure profiler (CTD, SeaBird/General Oceanic) cast from the surface to 30 m provided standard data for salinity, temperature, and depth on each sampling occasion. The CTD was also equipped with a fluorescence sensor to estimate chlorophyll a. The data are shown in fig. S2.

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