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jgrd18142-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document149KFigure S1. Vertical profile of summer (December–February) air temperature trends, 1961–2010, at eight Antarctic stations.
jgrd18142-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document146KFigure S2. Vertical profile of autumn (March–May) air temperature trends, 1961–2010, at eight Antarctic stations.
jgrd18142-sup-0004-fs03.epsPS document146KFigure S3. Vertical profile of winter (June–August) air temperature trends, 1961–2010, at eight Antarctic stations.
jgrd18142-sup-0005-fs04.epsPS document152KFigure S4. Vertical profile of spring (September–November) air temperature trends, 1961–2010, at eight Antarctic stations.
jgrd18142-sup-0006-fs05.epsPS document3913KFigure S5. Statistical model error (°C decade-1) estimated from the ninety-fifth percentile (absolute) error obtained in ten thousand iterations of the ERA-I-based models.
jgrd18142-sup-0007-fs06.epsPS document22028KFigure S6. Statistical model error (°C decade-1) estimated from the ninety-fifth percentile (absolute) error obtained in ten thousand iterations of the CFSR-based models.
jgrd18142-sup-0008-fs07.epsPS document2829KFigure S7. Reconstructed Antarctic 500 hPa temperature trends (°C decade-1) for each season and each ERA-I-based reconstruction.
jgrd18142-sup-0009-fs08.epsPS document15424KFigure S8. Reconstructed Antarctic 500 hPa temperature trends (°C decade-1) for each season and each CFSR-based reconstruction.
jgrd18142-sup-0010-fs09.epsPS document2596KFigure S9. Reconstructed Antarctic 150 hPa temperature trends (°C decade-1) for each season and each ERA-I-based reconstruction.
jgrd18142-sup-0011-fs10.epsPS document14490KFigure S10. Reconstructed Antarctic 150 hPa temperature trends (°C decade-1) for each season and each CFSR-based reconstruction.
jgrd18142-sup-0012-fs11.epsPS document11313KFigure S11. Reconstructed Antarctic 500 hPa temperature trends (°C decade-1), the components of these that are linearly congruent with trends in the Southern Annular Mode, and reconstructed temperature trends with the influence of the SAM removed.

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