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ggge226-sup-0002-m01.movQuickTime video602KAnimation 1. Animation illustrating how the area and volume calculations were carried out. Models of each of the Arctic Ocean constituent seas were extracted from the merged IBCAO/global seafloor topography model by using clipping polygons that defined the extensions of the individual seas. Subsequently, the area and volume was calculated on each side of a plane, which was lowered from the sea level in increments of 10 m from 0 m to a depth of 500 m and in increments of 50 m from 550 m down to the deepest depth within the enclosed polygon. The reported maximum areas for each ocean (0 m) do not include the areas above the plane and thus represent the actual ocean area with all islands excluded. All calculations were carried on Lamberts Equal Area projection. The example in this animation shows the Greenland Sea as defined in Figure 1.
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