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grl25756-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document2Kreadme.txt
grl25756-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document9KText S1. Description of sampling sites, analytical techniques, and flux calculations.
grl25756-sup-0003-ts01.txtplain text document0KTable S1. Average concentration and isotope ratio for different air mass origin regions.
grl25756-sup-0004-fs01.epsPS document1508KFigure S1. Location of the sampling sites together with the sectors used for reconstruction of air mass trajectories and regions.
grl25756-sup-0005-fs02.epsPS document859KFigure S2. Temporal distribution of 127I, 129I and 129I/127I in precipitation of latitude 56°N.
grl25756-sup-0006-fs03.epsPS document1402KFigure S3. Temporal distribution of 127I, 129I and 129I/127I in precipitation of latitude 60°N.
grl25756-sup-0007-fs04.epsPS document1940KFigure S4. Temporal distribution of 127I, 129I and 129I/127I in precipitation of latitude 68°N.
grl25756-sup-0008-fs05.epsPS document415KFigure S5. Monthly gaseous and liquid releases from Sellafield and La Hague facilities.
grl25756-sup-0009-fs06.epsPS document220KFigure S6. Relationship between 127I and 129I of the studied sites.
grl25756-sup-0010-fs07.epsPS document872KFigure S7. Formula used for the iodine flux calculation.
grl25756-sup-0011-t01.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 1.

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