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Abstract. Recent studies investigating future warming scenarios have shown that the ocean carbon sink will weaken over the coming century due to ocean warming and changes in oceanic circulation. However, significant uncertainties remain regarding the magnitude of the oceanic carbon cycle response to warming. Here, we investigate the Southern Ocean's (SO, south of 40° S) carbon cycle response to warmer conditions, as simulated under Last Interglacial boundary conditions (LIG, 129–115 thousanddoi:10.5194/cp-2021-98 fatcat:4rpxjg27g5dklc5b64wcp45h3e