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Auxiliary material for this article contains (1) an appendix describing the treatment of the river-carbon derived air-sea CO2 fluxes, (2) a table summarizing the inversely estimated fluxes, and (3) three figures.

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gbc1555-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document8Kreadme.txt
gbc1555-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document7KText S1. Description of how the river-carbon derived air-sea CO2 fluxes were estimated.
gbc1555-sup-0003-txts01.pdfPDF document189KText S1. Description of how the river-carbon derived air-sea CO2 fluxes were estimated.
gbc1555-sup-0004-ts01.txtplain text document6KTable S1. Inverse estimates of the air-sea fluxes of natural, anthropogenic, and river derived CO2 for the 23 regions resolved by the ocean inversion (see Figure 1 in main text).
gbc1555-sup-0005-fs01.epsPS document320KFigure S1. Contemporary flux estimates of each of the 10 models that participated in the Ocean Inversion Project.
gbc1555-sup-0006-fs02.epsPS document275KFigure S2. Comparison of the contemporary air-sea fluxes estimated by the ocean inversion with the estimates based on three editions of the pCO2 climatology.
gbc1555-sup-0007-fs03.epsPS document325KFigure S3. Comparison of meridional ocean carbon transports in the Atlantic basin
gbc1555-sup-0008-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.

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