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New paper suggests historical period estimates of climate sensitivity are not biased low by unusual variability in sea surface temperature patterns

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An important new paper by Thorsten Mauritsen, Associate Professor at Stockholm University[i] and myself has just been accepted for publication (Lewis and Mauritsen 2020)[ii]. Its abstract reads:

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