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Data from the first five years of the TOPEX/Poseidon mission are used to investigate the reflec tion of Kelvin waves from the eastern boundary of the Pacific Ocean. Sea level anomaly data from TOPEX/Poseidon are projected onto long equatorial waves. If Kelvin waves are reflecting at the eastern boundary, then their wave coefficients should exhibit high correlation with the Rossby wave coefficients at the appropriate lag. Correlations are performed with the full Rossby coeffi cients, and alsodoi:10.14928/amstec.4.2_191 fatcat:aeniyrjgibexrfxhcei6p5t2oe