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Auxiliary material for this article contains new high-resolution benthic stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from ODP Site 1209, coarse fraction data from ODP Site 1209, and seven supporting figures.

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palo1721-sup-0002-ts01.docWord document152KTable S1. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope compositions of benthic foraminifera N. truempyi samples analyzed from ODP Site 1209.
palo1721-sup-0003-ts02.docWord document175KTable S2. Coarse fraction data from ODP Site 1209.
palo1721-sup-0004-fs01.pdfPDF document29KFigure S1. Comparison of coarse fraction wt data from ODP Site 1209.
palo1721-sup-0005-fs02.pdfPDF document666KFigure S2. Paleocene data from ODP Site 1209 against depth.
palo1721-sup-0006-fs03.pdfPDF document370KFigure S3. Coarse fraction data of ODP Site 1209.
palo1721-sup-0007-fs04.pdfPDF document121KFigure S4. Benthic foraminiferal d13C and d18O, XRF Fe intensity data, and coarse fraction from ODP Site 1209 across the Top Chron 27n event or Latest Danian Event,
palo1721-sup-0008-fs05.pdfPDF document1217KFigure S5. ODP Site 1209 wavelet analysis of benthic foraminiferal d13C data in the depth domain and from 57.5 to 66 Ma.
palo1721-sup-0009-fs06.pdfPDF document1269KFigure S6. ODP Site 1209 wavelet analysis of benthic foraminiferal d18O data in the depth domain and from 57.5 to 66 Ma.
palo1721-sup-0010-fs07.pdfPDF document1342KFigure S7. ODP Site 1209 wavelet analysis of coarse fraction data from 218 to 257 rmcd and from 55.5 to 64.5 Ma.

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