Global average at the surface and seafloor for both experiments

RCP projections

A Taylor diagram uses the Law of Cosines to display three different metrics that indicate how well a model prediction matches actual data. The three metrics displayed are the correlation between model prediction and actual data, the standard deviations of the model prediction and actual data (x-y axis) and the root-mean-square (the circular axis in the plot).
The blue point indicates perfect matching, cross indicates the parameters for the model showcased, the start indicates the parameters for the multimodel and the red points the parameters for all other models.

by Camilo Mora