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Claim: CMIP6 Models Have Improved in Simulating Sea Surface Salinity and Freshwater Flux

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Salinity changes the ocean stratification by affecting the density, which has a certain impact on the thermodynamic processes of the ocean, and then modulates sea surface salinity variations.

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