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grl50252-sup-0003-Supplementary_Fig1.PDFPDF document235KFractional contribution of each phytoplankton type to Cf. N is the number of samples used to calculate the median and the standard deviation of the mean for each type of phytoplankton for three bbp(470) categories.
grl50252-sup-0004-Supplementary_Table1.pdfPDF document88KMedian relative contributions (%) to Cf by phytoplankton group (i). The data used to construct these tables are from samples with bbp(470) < 0.003 m−1 and within 1.5Zeu. Results shown are divided in four groups: all the dataset, temperate, oligotrophic, and equatorial regions, according to Tarran et al. [2006].
grl50252-sup-0005-Supplementary_Table2.pdfPDF document83KMedian relative contributions (%) to the total uncertainty (σ2(Cf)) due to the uncertainty (σ2(Cf,x)) in each input parameter (i.e., x = N(i,j), ε(i) or D(i)). The uncertainty in Cf,x presented by phytoplankton group (i), for phytoplankton groups that contribute to 5% or more of Cf (Supplementary Table Error! Reference source not found.). The corresponding spaces have been left blank to facilitate readability. The data used to construct these tables are from samples with bbp(470) < 0.003 m−1 and within 1.5Zeu. Results are shown are divided in four groups: all the dataset, temperate, oligotrophic, and equatorial regions, according to Tarran et al. [2006].

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