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SI_Figure_1.pdfPDF document302KFigure S1: Comparison of reconnaissance dating method versus hydrolysis dating.
SI_Figure_2.pdfPDF document304KFigure S2: Standard data associated with coral measurements. (A) Comparison of different radiocarbon dead standards in run order in 2008 and 2009. Errors represent 1 sigma standard deviation. (B) Variability of different coral standards (σ=1 sigma standard deviation, SE=1 sigma standard error). (C) A comparison of TIRI-I (in run order) in 2008 and 2009. Errors represent 1sigma standard deviation and the accepted age of TIRI-I is 11059 yrs.
table1.pdfPDF document112KTable S1: Radiocarbon Data for the North Atlantic Deep-Sea Corals With Their Unique Sample Name, Seamount, Depth and Age
table2.pdfPDF document289KTable S2: Radiocarbon Data for the Southern Ocean Deep-Sea Corals With Their Unique Sample Name, Seamount, Depth and Age
table33.pdfPDF document40KTable S3: Wilcoxon and Brown-Forsythe Test Results for Comparing Depth Distributions During Different Time Periods in This Study. North Atlantic Depth Distributions are Indicated by (NA) and Southern Ocean Distributions are Indicated by (SO)
table4.pdfPDF document134KTable S4: All Southern Ocean Corals Analyzed for U/Th Ages Including Their Corresponding Reconnaissance 14C Ages. Four Corals (Highlighted in Red) Were Selected From the ACR Mode and These U/Th Ages Confirm That the Mode Seen in the Southern Ocean Data Set is the ACR and not the YD or H1. These Same Four Corals are Outlined in Red on Figure 5
radiocarbon19SI.pdfPDF document122KSupplementary Information

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