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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Atmospheric jet streams are typically separated into primarily <q>eddy-driven</q>, or <q>polar-front</q> jets and primarily <q>thermally-driven</q>, or "subtropical" jets. Some regions also display <q>merged</q> jets, resulting from the (quasi) co-location of the regions of eddy generation with the subtropical jet. The different locations and driving mechanisms of these jets issue from verydoi:10.5194/esd-2020-8 fatcat:vn6u7lmtnzfkpi4fzhqt3unmm4