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Over the last 40 years observations show a teleconnection between summertime Pacific Ocean sea-surface temperatures and September Arctic sea-ice extent. However, the short satellite observation record has made it difficult to further examine this relationship. Here, we use 30 fully-coupled general circulation models (GCMs) participating in Phase 5 of the Coupled Model Inter-comparison Project to assess the ability of GCMs to simulate this teleconnection and analyze its stationarity over longerdoi:10.31223/osf.io/udnm6 fatcat:e6pl6d7ih5b73equozyvinnr54