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grl50295-sup-0001-2012GL054971fs01.epsPS document2012KFive gravity models that were not shown in Figure 2 of the paper. Black dots are observed gravity; black line is calculated gravity.
grl50295-sup-0002-2012GL054971fs02.epsPS document2324KExample of misfit plots for mafic trapezoid size. The X/Y axes refer to the size of base 1 and 2 of the basaltic trapezoid in the gravity models. Each contour plot is for a trapezoid of a different height. The gray area of each plot is excluded because base 1 is not allowed to be larger than base 2. Black dot shows the model that was chosen.
grl50295-sup-0003-2012GL054971fs03.epsPS document1981KGravity models of the west arm using the Moho from NA07. Black dots are observed gravity; black line is calculated gravity.
grl50295-sup-0004-2012GL054971fs04.epsPS document1830KGravity models of the east arm using the Moho from NA07. Black dots are observed gravity; black line is calculated gravity.
grl50295-sup-0005-2012GL054971fs05.epsPS document871KA) Cross-sectional magma areas in the models, using NA07 Moho plotted as a function of distance from the Lake Superior region. B) Cross-sectional magma areas in the models using NA07 Moho, plotted against distance from the Chase and Gilmer [1973] Euler pole.
grl50295-sup-0006-2012GL054971fs06.epsPS document1728KGravity models of the west arm including a shallow basalt slab 3 km thick with a width the same as the central sediment basin. Black dots are observed gravity; black line is calculated gravity.
grl50295-sup-0007-2012GL054971fs07.epsPS document1849KGravity models of the east arm including a shallow basalt slab 3 km thick with a width the same as the central sediment basin. Black dots are observed gravity; black line is calculated gravity.
grl50295-sup-0008-2012GL054971fs08.epsPS document960KA) Cross-sectional magma areas in the models including a shallow basalt slab 3 km thick, plotted as a function of distance from the Lake Superior region. B) Cross-sectional magma areas in the models including a shallow basalt slab 3 km thick, plotted against distance from the Chase and Gilmer [1973] Euler pole.
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