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grl22223-sup-0002-ts01.txtplain text document4KTable S1. Results of U-series measurements.
grl22223-sup-0003-fs01.epsPS document3392KFigure S1. The Spannagel Cave (Tyrol, Austria): location and sampling points of the three stalagmites SPA 12, SPA 128 and SPA 70 in the cave.
grl22223-sup-0004-fs02.epsPS document58KFigure S2. Age-depth-relationships for the three stalagmites SPA 12 (blue), SPA 128 (red) and SPA 70 (green).
grl22223-sup-0005-fs03.epsPS document93KFigure S3. The d18O curves of the three stalagmites SPA 12 (blue), SPA 128 (red) and SPA 70 (green).
grl22223-sup-0006-fs04.epsPS document904KFigure S4. The d18O vs. d13C plots for stalagmites SPA 12, SPA 128 and SPA 70 to test for kinetic isotope fractionation.
grl22223-sup-0007-fs05.epsPS document130KFigure S5. The d18O curves of SPA 12 and SPA 128 in the overlapping range.
grl22223-sup-0008-txts01.txtplain text document1KText S1. Geologic setting of the Spannagel cave.
grl22223-sup-0009-txts02.txtplain text document1KText S2. Detailed description of sample preparation and measurements.
grl22223-sup-0010-txts03.txtplain text document1KText S3. Test for isotopic equilibrium fractionation.
grl22223-sup-0011-txts04.txtplain text document4KText S4. Details of the construction of the COMNISPA record.
grl22223-sup-0012-txts05.txtplain text document2KText S5. References.

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