The total transport in the South Atlantic Ocean (Fig. 1) consists of an anticyclonic gyre that reaches from the equator to about 50°S, and south of 40°S two cyclonic turns from the Circumpolar Current and Weddell Sea, west and east of the anticyclonic gyre. This figure has been changed very slightly between 40°S and 50°S from the figure shown in Reid (1994)...