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, Schematic representation of the thermal and deformation history of the CM parent 1144 body and the expected locations of the Boriskino lithologies at different times. (a) t 1 : 1145 precipitation of the Type 1a calcite and aragonite of lithology 3 by the decay of the 26 Al, Figure, vol.14, p.1146

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, We 1152 also show the in situ ? 13 C-? 18 O data of the Type 1 (light grey circles) and Type 2 (dark grey 1153 circles) calcite from the CM2.2-2.3 Nogoya 1 (Fujiya, Figure 15: ? 13 C vs. ? 18 O values for Type 1a aragonite (green diamonds), p.1155, 2015.

. Fujiya, are shown as light grey 1156 (CM2) and dark grey (CM1) areas for simplicity. The ? 13 C-? 18 O values of the CM1 MET 1157 01070 have also been isolated from the literature dataset by black dashed lines, The ? 13 C-? 18 O values of CC6, CC7, CC8 and CC15 grains are given as mean values 1159, 1158.

, Type 1a calcite 1162 (green circles) and Type 2a calcite (red circles) from this study (errors are given in 2?). The 1163 grey squares represent the, Figure 16: (a) ? 13 C vs. ? 18 O values for Type 1a aragonite (green diamonds)

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