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grl29534-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document23KFigure S1. Maximum thickness of the crustal annulus against the radius of the crustal annulus for modeled impacts into thermal profiles 1 and 2 with both 40 and 60 km thick crusts.
grl29534-sup-0003-ts01.txtplain text document2KTable S1. Model input parameters for the crustal and mantle materials.
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grl29534-sup-0007-ts03.txtplain text document0KTable S3. Data on the maximum crustal thickness of the annulus for three basins using two different thermal profiles.
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