Increasing the SST in the Atlantic or Pacific results in relatively similar sea-ice loss
Comparing the paired Atlantic and Pacific experiments (wide, middle and small domains) together, the sea-ice area and volume losses are relatively similar (Figs. 3-4 in the Atlantic and Pacific SST experiments), as well as the spatial patterns of sea-ice concentration and thickness (Figs. 11-13 in the Atlantic and Pacific SST experiments). In terms of spatial patterns, the March sea-ice concentration loss is concentrated at the sea-ice edges while the March sea-ice thickness loss appears everywhere in the Arctic. This suggests that the region in which the SST is increased does not really matter for the sea-ice loss.