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Fig. 2 The distribution of summer and winter SST anomalies modeled by CCSM3 versus proxy-
based SST anomalies for the three selected time slices a and absolute modeled SST values versus
absolute proxy SST values for the same times slices b. The dashed lines in b highlight
temperature uncertainty intervals
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