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Supplementary Materials

This PDF file includes:

  • fig. S1. Trawl and dredge casts on ships’ deck.
  • fig. S2. Sonographic images of the main reef megahabitats off the Amazon River mouth.
  • fig. S3. Carbonate fragments (A and B) and rhodoliths (C and D) sampled off the Amazon Rivermouth.
  • fig. S4. Representative species of sponges collected off the Amazon River mouth.
  • fig. S5. Representative species of corals and hydrocoral collected off the Amazon River mouth.
  • fig. S6. Representative reef fish species collected off the Amazon River mouth.
  • fig. S7. Fishing boat operating dinghies with hand lines and long lines near the shelf edge in the Northern Sector during the 2014 cruise.
  • fig. S8. Density of fishing operations targeting red snapper (L. purpureus) in 2010 off the Amazon mouth.
  • fig. S9. Depth profiles of salinity and DO measured during the R/V Cruzeiro do Sul cruise (September 2014).
  • fig. S10. Relative contribution of functions related to chemosynthesis and photosynthesis recorded outside, within, and underneath the Amazon River plume.
  • table S1. Algae recorded off the Amazon River mouth.
  • table S2. Sponges recorded off the Amazon River mouth.
  • table S3. Corals, hydrocorals, and gorgonians recorded off the Amazon River mouth.
  • table S4. Reef fish species recorded off the Amazon mouth does not include species recorded at the Manuel Luis reefs; see de Moura et al. (23) and Rocha and Rosa (44).
  • table S5. Oceanographic stations (primary data sources).
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  • References (81–85)

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • Movie S1 (.mp4 format). Sampling the plume, subplume, and reefs off the Amazon river mouth during the NHo Cruzeiro do Sul cruise (2014).
  • Supplementary file. Shape files.

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