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jqs_2537_sm_SuppFigLegendS1.doc36KSupporting Figure Legend S1: Thin section micrographs of typical lithologies
jqs_2537_sm_SuppAppS1.doc1759KSupporting Appendix S1: A. Detailed description of U-series dating analysis. B. Detailed description of cosmogenic isotope analysis. C. Detailed lithology legend
jqs_2537_sm_SuppFigS1.pdf795KSupporting Figure S1
jqs_2537_sm_SuppTabS1.doc44KSupporting Table S1: Location, water depth and total thickness (m) of the boreholes used in this study
jqs_2537_sm_SuppTabS2.doc78KSupporting Table S2: Correspondence between ages obtained from the chronostratigraphic framework of the borehole (Fig. 5) and palaeoenvironmental interpretation vs. the global sea-level curve (Waelbroeck et al., 2002; Lambeck et al., 2002)

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