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Figure S1. Daily variation in UV-B radiation (280–315 nm) and ozone layer thickness (a), the proportion of UV-B to total UV radiation (UV-B/TUV) (b) and air temperature (c) from November 2002 to February 2003 at Casey Station in the Windmill Islands region, East Antarctica. No radiation data were collected from 25 December 2002 to 2 January 2003.

Table S1. Data from linear regression analyses showing associations between environmental parameters and accumulation of cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers in two Antarctic mosses over the 2002/03 summer season in the Windmill Islands region, East Antarctica. For Bryum pseudotriquetrum only those parameters that gave r2 values >20% are shown. All parameters that gave significant regressions (P>0.1) are shown for Ceratodon purpureus. No significant regressions were obtained for Schistidium antarctici. *1 outlier was excluded from these analyses to achieve homogeneity of variance.

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