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grl23382-sup-0002-ts01.txtplain text document1KTable S1. Isotopic analysis of Pampean loess (<63 μm) and a top soil from Patagonia (<5 μm) used in Figure 1.
grl23382-sup-0003-ts01.xlsapplication/excel23KTable S1. Isotopic analysis of Pampean loess (<63 μm) and a top soil from Patagonia (<5 μm) used in Figure 1.
grl23382-sup-0004-fs01.tifTIFF image516KFigure S1. Dust storm at Pozuelo lake, Puna, during strong westerly winds.
grl23382-sup-0005-fs02.tifTIFF image467KFigure S2. Jet stream analysis maps highlighting the location and strength of the jet stream in the Southern Hemisphere during August 9 and 12, 2006.
grl23382-sup-0006-m01.avivideo/avi12001KAnimation 1. Jet streams animation (http://squall.sfsu.edu/scripts/shemjet_archloop.html). The animation shows that during the Austral winter the jet stream crossing the PAP area continues its zonal pathway up to 130-145E, where frequently is deflected to East Antarctic plateau, joining the circumpolar vortex.

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