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palo1720-sup-0002-fs01.tifTIFF image87KFigure S1. Chlorophyll a concentrations and water column temperatures at the location of the sediment trap (located at 20°45.6′N, 18°41.9′W) on 26 October 2006, 25 March 2007, and 24 April 2008.
palo1720-sup-0003-fs02.tifTIFF image5343KFigure S2. SEM images of G. inflata specimens collected in between 15 and 26 August 2005 and 19 and 29 October in the sediment trap (located at 20°45.6′N, 18°41.9′W) off Cape Blanc, northwest Africa.
palo1720-sup-0004-fs03.tifTIFF image41KFigure S3. Size versus average shell weight in the respective size fraction of G. inflata from the sediment trap (located at 20°45.6′N, 18°41.9′W) off Cape Blanc, northwest Africa.
palo1720-sup-0005-ts01.docWord document61KTable S1. Calibration equations where Mg/Ca = A exp(BT).
palo1720-sup-0006-ts02.docWord document328KTable S2. Sampling dates of the sediment trap, duration of opening, Mg/Ca ratios, sizes and weights (calculated from Ca concentrations of the sample solution) of single specimens of G. ruber (pink), G. ruber (white) and G. inflata.
palo1720-sup-0007-ts03.docWord document35KTable S3. Maximum and minimum Mg/Ca temperatures derived from various equations for G. ruber (white) compared to SST on 29 March 2006.
palo1720-sup-0008-ts04.docWord document30KTable S4. Maximum and minimum Mg/Ca temperatures between 27 September and 19 October 2005 derived from various equations for G. inflata and corresponding calcification depth when compared to WAO 05 water column temperatures.

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