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Journal of Climate
Analyses of the frequency of rain occurrence over the equatorial Atlantic Ocean from two sources are compared: a nineteenth-century journal publication based on ship's logbook entries, and a 3-yr average, 1998-2000, of observations from the precipitation radar aboard the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission satellite observatory. The sources agree remarkably well on the position and shape of the equatorial maximum, with a correlation coefficient of 0.99. However, the magnitudes differ by about adoi:10.1175/2775.1 fatcat:tq322h6sw5azdagxj375tog2g4