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Auxiliary material for this article contains map of study area, complete data set for all soil samples collected, tabular comparisons of previous soils research in the high Arctic, indexes of surface disturbance, statistical output from linear regression models of SOC and numerous surface variables, and study site vegetation data compared to classifications by other authors.

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gbc1691-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document3Kreadme.txt
gbc1691-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document3585KFigure S1. Site map of study area in northwest Greenland.
gbc1691-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document291KFigure S2. Graph showing the mean and one standard deviation of surface disturbance index (unitless classes 1–5) plotted against NDVI class.
gbc1691-sup-0004-fs03.tifTIFF image345KFigure S3. Graphical demonstration of the division and overlap between the three vegetation categories established by Bliss et al. [1973].
gbc1691-sup-0005-ts01.txtplain text document35KTable S1. Complete soil sample data set for all 2004 and 2005 soil pits.
gbc1691-sup-0006-ts01.xlsapplication/excel129KTable S1. Complete soil sample data set for all 2004 and 2005 soil pits.
gbc1691-sup-0007-ts02.txtplain text document10KTable S2. Summary table of previous high Arctic soils research.
gbc1691-sup-0008-ts02.xlsapplication/excel56KTable S2. Summary table of previous high Arctic soils research.
gbc1691-sup-0009-ts03.txtplain text document0KTable S3. Statistical output from the individual linear regressions of nine variables affecting SOC storage in northwest Greenland.
gbc1691-sup-0010-ts03.xlsapplication/excel18KTable S3. Statistical output from the individual linear regressions of nine variables affecting SOC storage in northwest Greenland.
gbc1691-sup-0011-ts04.txtplain text document0KTable S4. Results of linear regressions combining the two vegetation variables most correlated with log SOC (vascular vegetation and NDVI) and the most explanatory nonvegetation parameter, aspect.
gbc1691-sup-0012-ts04.xlsapplication/excel19KTable S4. Results of linear regressions combining the two vegetation variables most correlated with log SOC (vascular vegetation and NDVI) and the most explanatory nonvegetation parameter, aspect.
gbc1691-sup-0013-ts05.txtplain text document4KTable S5. Cover type and plant species prominence used to classify Thule region sites into polar desert, polar semidesert, and mire categories as set forth by Bliss and Matveyeva [1992].
gbc1691-sup-0014-ts05.xlsapplication/excel27KTable S5. Cover type and plant species prominence used to classify Thule region sites into polar desert, polar semidesert, and mire categories as set forth by Bliss and Matveyeva [1992].
gbc1691-sup-0015-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.
gbc1691-sup-0016-t02.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 2.
gbc1691-sup-0017-t03.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 3.
gbc1691-sup-0018-t04.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 4.
gbc1691-sup-0019-t05.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 5.

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