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From: Model evidence for a seasonal bias in Antarctic ice cores

Fig. 1

Modeled temperature response to obliquity. Annual mean surface air temperature anomaly (°C) for a CM2.1, b CESM, and c HadCM3 for the low–high obliquity experiments. Annual, zonal-mean anomalies for d surface air temperature and e insolation. In (a) and (b), hatching indicates anomalies which are not significant at a 0.05 level according to a two-tailed t-test (i.e., the means of the two 100-year model outputs are not found to be significantly different). Surface air temperature is calculated at 2 m for CM2.1 and CESM and 1.5 m for HadCM3. Global mean temperature anomalies are −0.54 °C for CM2.1, −1.07 °C for CESM, and −0.48 °C for HadCM3

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