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gcb12011-sup-0001-Appendix.docxWord document32KAppendix A. Procedures used in the random effects meta-analysis, testing for between group differences and the meta-regressions.
gcb12011-sup-0002-FigS1.jpgimage/jpg53KFigure S1. The range of ΩArag explored in each study included in the meta-analysis. Each line represents an individual study. (sometimes encompassing multiple experiments), and extends from the minimum ΩArag to the maximum ΩArag of the study.
gcb12011-sup-0003-FigS2.jpgimage/jpg102KFigure S2. Standardized residuals, pooled across individual experiments. Residuals from each study were standardized against that study's residual standard error, and ΩArag was scaled in each study so that maximum and minimum ΩArag for each study was 100 and 0, respectively. Each combination of color and symbol represents residuals from an individual study. The solid line is a regression line relating standardized residuals against standardized ΩArag. Note that the regression has a slope of approximately zero, and there is no evidence of a curvilinear trend in the residuals, as would be apparent if there were a qualitatively consistent pattern of nonlinearity in the calcification response over the range of ΩArag values considered.
gcb12011-sup-0004-TableS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel16KTable S1. List of studies included in the meta-analysis, including references, species, study specimen origin, carbonate manipulation method, calcification measurement method, growth rate classification, reference for the growth rate classification (if different from the study reference), duration of study, range of ΩArag used, temperature, salinity, slope, and standard deviation.

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