### Table 3: Relative errors in the pressure and velocity fields for the perturbed reservoir.

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### Table 1: Relative errors in the pressure and velocity fields obtained from the fluvial reservoir.

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table1 contains the relative errors introduced in the pressure and velocity fields by the OLS method (Algorithms 1 and 2) vs. the traditional local upscaling method.... ..."

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### TABLE III discontinuous coefficients and the jump conditions (4.30) and (4.31), the interpolation scheme for the velocity field

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### Table 3: Changes of structure in the central region seen in the 6th order lower-rank approximation of the velocity field movie

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### Table 1. Best performing techniques reported by Barron et al. [3] estimating a dense velocity field. (All angular measures are expressed in degrees.)

"... In PAGE 7: ... For details and nomenclature the reader is referred to the literature. Table1 concerns methods in which all vectors are maintained, and shows that the proposed method outperforms other approaches despite sub-optimal scale selection (only 2 temporal and 7 spatial scales have been compared). This can be attributed to the adequacy of aprioriknowledge accounted for in the task-based models, Eqs.... ..."

### Table 1 contains the projection errors and the errors introduced in the pressure and velocity field by the upscaling methods discussed above. Clearly, the global scheme provides almost optimal results, in the sense that the errors are close to the projection errors. We observe that the error in the pressure field is unacceptable for the local method.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Table1 : Relative error in the pressure and velocity field. These observations are confirmed by Table 2.... ..."

### Table 1. The maximal relative errors produced by the time-to-depth conversion, the ray tracing and the level set algorithms on the data from the velocity field (64). Algorithm Time-to-depth Ray tracing Level set

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### Table 2: Properties of the simulated field data Rock type P-velocity,

"... In PAGE 2: ... They are chosen to be representative for a typical reservoir and homogeneously distributed within the layers. These properties are displayed in Table2 ; their acoustic impedance contrasts are large enough to cause sufficient reflections. The seismic forward model used consists of a 1D convolution with primary reflections only.... ..."

### Table 1. Correlation and Residual Variance Between Altimetric Velocities and SQG Velocities for the Data Centered on January 5, 2005 and the Mean Values for the Whole Time Seriesa

"... In PAGE 4: ... Therefore, there seems that the SQG method used in combination with microwave SST is able to estimate a velocity field that seems qualitatively consistent with the velocity field derived from the altimeter. Table1 shows a more quantitative comparison obtained by computing the linear correlations (R) for each component of the velocity field for the whole image and the quotient between the variance of the residual velocities and the altimetric veloc- ities (nu C17 var(usqg C0 ualtim)/var(ualtim)). If we focus on those regions exhibiting large thermal gradient, correlations are closer to one and residual variances are smaller.... ..."