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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> In contrast to physical processes, biogeochemical processes are inherently patchy in the ocean, which affects both the observational sampling strategy and the representativeness of sparse measurements in data assimilating models. In situ observations from multiple glider deployments are analysed to characterize spatial scales of variability in both physical and biogeochemical properties, using an empirical statistical model. We find that decorrelation ranges aredoi:10.5194/bg-13-1967-2016 fatcat:7u2muecv7ja4dlekjjkequ6aji