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Auxiliary material for this article contains six tables consisting of the finite rotations used in constructing the plate model and digital oceanic isochrons presented in this paper.

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ggge1159-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document9Kreadme.txt
ggge1159-sup-0002-ts01a.txtplain text document1KTable S1a. Absolute Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons.
ggge1159-sup-0003-ts01b.txtplain text document4KTable S1b. Total reconstruction Relative Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons in the Atlantic.
ggge1159-sup-0004-ts01c.txtplain text document6KTable S1c. Total reconstruction Relative Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons in the Indian Ocean.
ggge1159-sup-0005-ts01d.txtplain text document1KTable S1d. Total reconstruction Relative Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons in the Antarctic.
ggge1159-sup-0006-ts01e.txtplain text document4KTable S1e. Total reconstruction Relative Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons in the Pacific.
ggge1159-sup-0007-ts01f.txtplain text document7KTable S1f. Total reconstruction Relative Finite Rotations used for reconstructing plates and seafloor isochrons in the Marginal and Back-arc Basins.

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