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Supplemental Material: Deoxygenation and organic carbon sequestration in the Tethyan realm associated with the middle Eocene climatic optimum

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posted on 25.07.2022, 18:09 authored by Margot J Cramwinckel, et al.

Figure S1: Abundances of key calcareous nannofossil index taxa throughout the studied interval at the Belaya River section. Figure S2: Mercury (Hg) contents of middle Eocene Belaya River section sediments, plotted together with data sets with comparable Corg content. Figure S3: Frequency (number of samples) histogram of binned Hg (ppb)/Corg (wt%) values. Table S1: GDGT distributions (peak areas) from the middle Eocene Kuma Formation, Belaya River section. Table S2: Geochemical proxy records from the middle Eocene Kuma Formation, Belaya River section. Table S3: Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphic data for selected taxa from the middle Eocene Kuma Formation, Belaya River section.

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