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jqs_2553_sm_SupplAppS1.doc27KSupporting Appendix S1: Further discussion
jqs_2553_sm_SupplFigS1.doc474KSupporting Fig. S1: Maps of magnetic susceptibility and reconstructed rainfall (mm a−1) values for past interglacial stages (Maher, 2011). Contours of magnetic susceptibility run from 50 to 240 × 10−8 m3 kg−1, rainfall contours run between 420 and 705 mm a−1; XA marks the location of Xi'an.
jqs_2553_sm_SupplFigS2.doc768KSupporting Fig. S2: Maps of magnetic susceptibility and reconstructed rainfall (mm a−1) values for past glacial stages. Contours and symbols as in Fig. S2.
jqs_2553_sm_SupplTabS1.doc47KSupporting Table S1: GNIP station data, location and altitude.
jqs_2553_sm_SupplTabS2.doc28KSupporting Table S2: Annual range and monsoonal (June–September) anomaly statistics.

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