By H. Jerome Keisler

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The instrumental record inherently has a greater degree of precision than the indirect (paleontologic) records. The multiple lines on the left show data derived from a variety of techniques used in this thermal detective work, including tree-ring patterns, ice-core sample composition, and coral reef growth-band analysis. (We will discuss how this is done a little later in this chapter). Figure 2-5 Northern hemisphere temperature anomaly: the past 1300 years. ) To compare apples with apples more easily, the temperature anomalies rather than the actual temperatures are shown.

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The ocean gets more heat from the sun but shows a more modest temperature change in response because of its greater heat capacity. Had the oceans not been able to store as much heat as they do, the temperature of the atmosphere would have been much greater. Because of their greater size and ability to store heat, the oceans can hold a thousand times more heat overall than the atmosphere. The oceans are enormous, so the seemingly small increase in temperature represents a massive increase in the amount of heat energy in the earth’s climate system.