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grl28444-sup-0002-txts01.texapplication/x-tex999Text S1. An analysis of the reversibility of hemispheric sea ice area with respect to changes in CO2 using a specified memory timescale and NH March “equivalent ice area” as a function of NH-mean annual-mean surface temperature anomaly.
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