Research ArticleANTHROPOLOGY

Anthropogenic changes to the Holocene nitrogen cycle in Ireland

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Science Advances  13 Jun 2018:
Vol. 4, no. 6, eaas9383
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aas9383
  • Fig. 1 Map showing locations (see table S4) from which samples were retrieved.
  • Fig. 2 Herbivore δ15N values from table S2 plotted by chronological period.

    Asterisks show statistically significant difference between means of indicated time period and preceding time period.

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    fig. S1. Omnivore (pig) δ15N values from table S2 plotted by chronological period.

    fig. S2. Wild (blue “×”) versus domestic (black “×”) herbivore δ15N values from table S2 plotted by chronological period.

    table S1. Summary of contextual information and average δ15N values (±1σ) for herbivores and omnivores by time period.

    table S2. Contextual information and stable isotope and elemental concentration data for samples analyzed in this study and those sourced from literature.

    table S3. Average δ15N values (±1σ) from table S2 for wild and domestic herbivores by time period.

    table S4. Latitude and longitude for sites in this study.

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    • fig. S1. Omnivore (pig) δ15N values from table S2 plotted by chronological period.
    • fig. S2. Wild (blue “×”) versus domestic (black “×”) herbivore δ15N values from table S2 plotted by chronological period.
    • table S1. Summary of contextual information and average δ15N values (±1σ) for herbivores and omnivores by time period.
    • table S2. Contextual information and stable isotope and elemental concentration data for samples analyzed in this study and those sourced from literature.
    • table S3. Average δ15N values (±1σ) from table S2 for wild and domestic herbivores by time period.
    • table S4. Latitude and longitude for sites in this study.

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