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Readme_file.docxWord 2007 document11KSupporting information
Supp_figureA_comparisonWOAUOT2.pdfPDF document70KTemperature variability along a section following the core-top location from two atlas databases, WOA and UOT. The UOT database compiles ship measurements with high spatial and temporal resolution, which captures the high variability around the equator.
supp_FigureB_TS.pdfPDF document75KTemperature versus salinity (WOA05) for each core-top location at different depths, and correlation coefficients (table on the right).
Supp_FigureC_nutri_OMZ_maxchloro.pdfPDF document59KComparison between δ18O of foraminifera (plotted as in Figure 2) and δ18O calcite calculated for different oceanographic levels (thick lines). Green, red and blue thick lines are the δ18O calcite calculated at depth of respectively: the chlorophyll maximum, water density of 26 kg m−3 and water density of 27 kg m−3.
Supp_figureD_d13C.pdfPDF document88Kδ13C composition versus latitude for all the deep-dwelling planktonic species.
Supp_FigureE_MgCa_CO32.docxWord 2007 document87KMg/Ca versus bottom ΔCO32− for each species. The deepest samples, see Figure 4, are framed with the red squares. The regression lines are calculated using the entire data sets and show the insignificant relationships between Mg/Ca and bottom ΔCO32−.

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