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Table S1. Shock level categories based on petrographic analysis of crystalline (gneiss) rock. Adapted from Singleton et al. (2011).

Table S2. Sample coordinates shown in UTM as well as sample descriptions for all three suites of rocks utilized in this study.

Table S3. The total amount of organic carbon (% TOC) in Haughton target rocks and clast-rich melt rocks. Samples are from Suite 1 collection (see Methods).

Table S4. Table shows XRF results depicting major oxide composition of sedimentary rocks from the Haughton Crater.

Table S5. a. Table shows XRF and ICP results depicting major oxide composition of crystalline rocks from the Haughton Crater. b. Table shows ICP results depicting trace element composition of crystalline rocks from the Haughton Crater. Values beneath element symbols indicate detection limits. c. Calculated Z-values for select major oxide data for the crystalline samples using a non-parametric Mann-Whitney U-test. Z-values above 1.96 show significance at p<0.01 (where p denotes probability), and values between 1.65 and 1.96 indicate significance at p<0.05. An α of 0.05 was used, where α is the likelihood of error.

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