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This publication includes a conversion table between various baselines of global surface temperature changes. The conversion factor from 1951-1980 to 1850-1900 baseline is +0.31°C for land+ocean, +0.49°C for land only, and +0.29°C for ocean only. Glossary Ave average BL baseline CF conversion factor between baselines or reference periods DB dataset...

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