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Data S1. Supplementary plates of well data from the Ainsa system.

Plate 1. Downhole data from the Ainsa system in Well A1 including; palaeoenvironmental summary, graphic sedimentary log, natural gamma ray (API), neutron and porosity wireline curves, total bioturbation (%), ichnofabric index (ii) and bioturbation intensity of common trace fossils. See Fig. 9 for key to symbols used in the graphic sedimentary log.

Plate 2. Downhole data from the Ainsa system in Well A2 including; palaeoenvironmental summary, graphic sedimentary log, natural gamma ray (API), neutron and porosity wireline curves, total bioturbation (%), ichnofabric index (ii) and bioturbation intensity of common trace fossils. See Fig. 9 for key to symbols used in the graphic sedimentary log.

Plate 3. Downhole data from the Ainsa system in Well A3 including; palaeoenvironmental summary, graphic sedimentary log, natural gamma ray (API), neutron and porosity wireline curves, total bioturbation (%), ichnofabric index (ii) and bioturbation intensity of common trace fossils. See Fig. 9 for key to symbols used in the graphic sedimentary log.

Plate 4. Downhole data from the Ainsa system in Well A4 including; palaeoenvironmental summary, graphic sedimentary log, natural gamma ray (API), neutron and porosity wireline curves, total bioturbation (%), ichnofabric index (ii) and bioturbation intensity of common trace fossils. See Fig. 9 for key to symbols used in the graphic sedimentary log.

Plate 5. Downhole data from the Ainsa system in Well L1 including; palaeoenvironmental summary, graphic sedimentary log, natural gamma ray (API), neutron and porosity wireline curves, total bioturbation (%), ichnofabric index (ii) and bioturbation intensity of common trace fossils. See Fig. 9 for key to symbols used in the graphic sedimentary log.

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