Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation

@article{Hoffman2017RegionalAG,
  title={Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation},
  author={J. Hoffman and Peter U. Clark and Andrew C. Parnell and Feng He},
  journal={Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={355},
  pages={276-279}
}
The last interglaciation (LIG, 129 to 116 thousand years ago) was the most recent time in Earth’s history when global mean sea level was substantially higher than it is at present. However, reconstructions of LIG global temperature remain uncertain, with estimates ranging from no significant difference to nearly 2°C warmer than present-day temperatures. Here we use a network of sea-surface temperature (SST) records to reconstruct spatiotemporal variability in regional and global SSTs during the… CONTINUE READING

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