bre12002-sup-0001-TableA.pdfapplication/PDF24KTable S1: Recent geological maps available for the studied region; available also in the web at the sites:;;;
bre12002-sup-0002-TableB.xlsapplication/msexcel26KTable S2: Synoptic table showing the lithostratigraphic units and subunits with their abbreviations used in the official regional geological maps (‘CARG-PROJECT’ official maps) and the corresponding subdivision in turbidite complexes, systems and stages (in grey on the right portion of the table) adopted in Cibin et al. (2004) and in this paper for the Northern Apennine foredeep successions. Regional key beds are also indicated.
bre12002-sup-0003-TableC.xlsapplication/msexcel122KTable S3: Species abundances of planktonic and benthic foraminifera recorded in each of the studied sections.
bre12002-sup-0004-TableD.xlsapplication/msexcel28KTable S4: Synthesis of the ecological preferences of some cosmopolitan benthic foraminifera deriving from direct observations on living species or by comparing functional morphologies. Reference papers by: (a) de Stigter et al., 1998; de Rijk et al., 1999; Schmiedl et al., 2000; Donnici & Serandrei Barbero, 2002 for the Mediterranean area; (b) Schmiedl et al., 1997; Schönfeld, 2002; Fontanier et al., 2002, 2005; Hess et al., 2005; de Mello E Sousa et al., 2006 for the Atlantic Ocean.
bre12002-sup-0005-TableE.xlsapplication/msexcel58KTable S5: Input data used for the geohistory analysis of the studied turbidite systems.
bre12002-sup-0006-TableF.xlsapplication/msexcel54KTable S6: Output data obtained by the geohistory analysis of the studied turbidite systems.

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