Same as Fig. 5 for a Gaussian distribution of H2O around the equator with yeq = 9 × 10−8 and σ = 25°, after accounting for the temperature increases in the B1 and B2 stratospheric beacons caused by Saturn’s Great Storm of 2010–2011 at the time of the PACS observations, and a positive gradient in the H2O profile abovethe condensation level (with n = 2 and pgradient = 0.1 mbar). More details about the vertical profiles can be found in Fig. 15. The overall fit remains good compared to Fig. 11, and facilitates reducing the inconsistency between the yeq values derived from PACS and HIFI to a factor of ~2.
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