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Spread in the magnitude of climate model interdecadal global temperature variability traced to disagreements over high-latitude oceans

Brown, PT, Li, W, Jiang, JH, and Su, H.  Geophysical Research Letters 43, no. 24 (December 28, 2016): 12,543-12,549.
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