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Supplementary Materials

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  • section S1. Excluded data sets
  • section S2. Comparison of contemporary shore air temperatures with coastal sea surface temperatures
  • section S3. Watershed descriptions
  • fig. S1. Recent comparisons of average air and sea surface temperatures, 2002–2014 (142, 143).
  • table S1. Yearly amounts of single species and total export (kg) for the GoM, 1804–1820 (68, 69).
  • table S2. Yearly amounts of single species export for each watershed, 1804–1820 (68, 69).
  • table S3. Original and ln values of Anadromous and Pelagic export for the GoM, 1804–1880 (68, 69).
  • table S4. Ln of single species export values for the GoM, 1804–1820 (68, 69), with numbers of Dams (81, 82), Towns (68, 69), and temperature (Yearly ºC) (83).
  • table S5. Correlation of GoM Anadromous and Pelagic export, human influences, and yearly average temperature, 1804–1820.
  • table S6. Correlation of GoM single species export, human influences, and yearly average temperature, 1804–1820.
  • table S7. Numerical dates of arrival, departure, and temperature tolerances (ºC) for adult and spawning activities of alewives, shad, Atlantic herring, and mackerel (85, 86).
  • table S8. Table of four temperature parameters (15) for the spring, summer, and fall months from 1814 to 1818 derived from Holyoke’s temperature readings (84).
  • References (144–150)

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