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Supplementary table Name 1 Clim Anl Cent Ref 1 Proxy instrum Conversion N A Duration 33 4t 1 12 lon global lat 2 Clim Res Unit 3 Rarotonga Coral 4 W167 79 Sed 5 ODP658 Sed 6 PL07 39 Sed 7 OCE205 103 Sed 8 EW9209 1 Sed 9 TR163 19 Sed 10 ODP6777 Sed 11 ODP846 Sed 12 ODP927 Sed 13 ODP806 Sed 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 9 instrum Sr Ca 18 O foram asmb Mg Ca 18 O 18 O Mg Ca 18 O alkenones 18 O Mg Ca N A 4 mmol mol 4 mil 4 mil 4 mil 4 mil 4 mil 135 270 5210 14700 24500 51600 190000 360000 771000 1830000 772000 46600 1 12 1 12 21 109 134 273 632 1740 1840 2000 2200 2440 global 160 83 18 65 79 43 90 43 90 43 159 21 24 20 11 27 5 2 6 3 6 2 14 NCEP 15 Clim Res Unit 16 Cent England 17 Donard Lake 18 Taylor Ice 19 GISP2 Ice 20 Byrd Ice 21 Vostok Ice 22 Dome C Ice 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 instrum instrum instrum varve thick 18 O 18 O 18 O D D N A N A N A 1 5 C mil 1 85 C mil 1 5 C mil 0 2 C mil 55 135 345 1240 209000 111000 79800 423000 740000 1 12 1 12 1 12 1 65 79 109 128 910 0 61 158 39 120 107 124 60 67 77 73 80 78 75 Table S1 Instrumental tropical sea surface temperature proxies and high latitude surface air temperature proxies used to estimate temperature variability Each group is ordered according to sampling resolution From left to right are the record designation a primary reference observation method the conversion used for temperature duration in years mean sampling interval in years longitude in E and latitude in N Temperature conversions listed as are nonlinear and are provided by the cited reference Conversion for GISP2 is from 22 and for Taylor and Byrd from 23 The marine 18 Ocalcite conversion is from 24 Rarotonga temperature conversion is determined by adjusting the level of the background spectra to that of average tropical pacific instrumental records from 1 Fig S2 shows the spectral estimate associated with individual records Supplementary figures and legends The NCEP reanalysis of surface air temperatures has the advantage of being global but relies upon a



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