Warming of the World OceanSydney Levitus, John I. Antonov, Timothy P. Boyer, and Cathy Stephens |

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**Web Figure 2a**. Time series for 1948-98 of ocean heat content (1022 J) in the upper 1000 m for the Atlantic Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 2b**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (1022 J) in the upper 1000 m for the Pacific Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 2c**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (1022 J) in the upper 1000 m for the Indian Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 2d**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (1022 J) in the upper 1000 m for the world ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.

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**Web Figure 3a**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (10^{22} J) in the upper 3000 m for the Atlantic Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 3b**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (10^{22} J) in the upper 3000 m for the Pacific Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 3c.** Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (10^{22} J) in the upper 3000 m for the Indian Ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.**Web Figure 3d**. Time series for 1948-96 of ocean heat content (10^{22} J) in the upper 3000 m for the world ocean. Note that 1.5 10^{22} J equals 1 watt-year-m^{-2} (averaged over the entire surface of the earth). Vertical lines though each five-year estimate represent plus and minus one
standard error of the estimate of heat content.