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Fig. 4: Latitudinal transect of northward IndoPacific ocean heat transport (OHT) averaged over 20002014. The thick black solid line is the OHT estimate from Trenberth et al. (2019) and the grey shading around it represents the temporal 2standard deviation range. The number in brackets indicates the number of members to compute the mean OHT for each model.






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Fig. 5: Time series of northward Atlantic ocean heat transport (OHT) at (a) 60N and (b) 70N. The number in brackets indicates the number of members to compute the mean OHT for each model.



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Fig. 5: Time series of northward Atlantic ocean heat transport (OHT) at (a) 60N and (b) 70N. The thick black solid line is the OHT estimate from Trenberth et al. (2019). The number in brackets indicates the number of members to compute the mean OHT for each model.






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Fig. 6: Scatter plots of detrended March Arctic seaice area against detrended annual mean Atlantic ocean heat transport at 70N for all points between 1950 and 2014 and for the 9 best models in terms of Arctic SIA, SIV and Atlantic OHT. The correlation coefficients *R* and regression slopes *a* (unit: 1000 km^2 per TW) are shown in the upper right corner of each panel for each model.

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