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Fig. S1. Redundancy analysis (RDA) ordination diagram of major archaeal lipids with all environmental variables from hot springs.

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Fig. S2. Cluster analyses of archaeal IP-GDGTs from Tibetan hot springs by the Euclidean and complete method (A), the Canberra and complete method (B), the Euclidean and ward method (C), the Canberra and ward method (D), the Euclidean and median method (E) and the Canberra and median method (F).

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Table S1. Absolute concentrations of total GDGTs; RI and TEX86 calculations for archaeal lipids; and amoA- and nirS gene copy numbers for Tibetan hot springs (#1–37) and soil samples (#38–42).

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Table S2. Bivariate correlations between individual IP-GDGTs or C-GDGTs and environmental variables. The significant correlations are highlighted in bold.

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