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Fig. S1. Same as Fig. 2 but including SPOT data from 0 to 890 m and with a change of colour scales for all variables.

Fig. S2. Times series of putative Nitrospina OTU 728 at 500 m and 890 m depth. OTU 728 is reported as per cent of total ARISA peak area. OTU 731 was only detected at 890 m once, in May 2004 (3.6%), and was only present at 500 m in January (2.5%) and March (2.8%) of 2003, November 2004 (5.6%) and December 2005 (3.6%).

Table S1. Results from Lomb-Scargle spectral analysis. For a given variable at a given depth, table lists the dominant frequency of variability (month−1) and their significance, as well as the power associated with this frequency and the total number of observations. N.s., not significant.

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