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ece3425-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF3KFigure S1. Published age distribution of papers compiled in this review. Data from Table S1.
ece3425-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF8701KFigure S2. Global distribution of marine ecological degradation in downcore microfossil records. (a) ostracod and (b) foraminiferal data sites (all of them are benthic, except one planktic foraminiferal data site from Santa Barbara Basin, USA: see Table S1). NA: site with no ostracod or foraminiferal data. Data from Table S1.
ece3425-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfapplication/PDF8697KFigure S3. Global distribution of marine ecological degradation in downcore microfossil records. (a) diatom and (b) dinoflagellate data sites. NA: site with no diatom or dinoflagellate data. Data from Table S1.
ece3425-sup-0004-FigureS4.pdfapplication/PDF4564KFigure S4. Global distribution of marine ecological degradation caused by human-induced eutrophication. NA: site with no eutrophication evidence. Data from Table S1.
ece3425-sup-0005-FigureS5.pdfapplication/PDF43KFigure S5. Chesapeake Bay paleoecological records in the core MD99-2209/RD-98. Loxoconcha sp. relative abundance record (A) and its closeup for the last 200 years (B); Cytheromorpha curta relative abundance record (C) and its closeup (D); and conceptual figure explaining core locations of deep-channel site of MD99-2209/RD-98 (This figure) and shallow, channel edge site (E: see text for detail). Data from Cronin et al. (2005) and Cronin (unpublished data).
ece3425-sup-0006-TableS1.xlsapplication/msexcel79KTable S1. Dataset used for the present paper (see Supplementary Text for references). Ostracod: benthic ostracod; Foram: benthic foraminifera. Planktic foram: planktic foraminifera. Dino: dinoflagellate. ND: not detectable.
ece3425-sup-0007-Supplementary TextS1.docWord document78KSupplementary Text S1. References cited in Table S1.

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