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Supplementary Materials

This PDF file includes:

  • Supplementary Text
  • fig. S1. Linearized oxygen isotope plot for all terrestrial and lunar samples analyzed in this study (n = 68), including the terrestrial olivines (19).
  • fig. S2. Linearized oxygen isotope plot for all filtered lunar samples (n = 24) analyzed in this study.
  • fig. S3. Linearized oxygen isotope plot for all filtered terrestrial basalt samples (n = 18) analyzed in this study.
  • fig. S4. Diagram showing how addition of various chondritic components would alter the isotopic and water abundance compositions of the post–giant impact Earth.
  • fig. S5. Oxygen isotope composition of eclogitic garnets.
  • fig. S6. Obsidian standards data collected during this study compared to data collected during the earlier terrestrial olivine study (19).
  • fig. S7. Kernel estimate densities from samples’ average values.
  • fig. S8. Kernel estimate densities from raw data (all replicates run for all samples).
  • table S1. Full listing of oxygen isotope data.
  • table S2. Results of Student t tests for unpaired data with equal variance.
  • table S3. Whole rock terrestrial samples.
  • table S4. Analyses of eclogitic garnet samples.
  • References (49–59)

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • table S5. Oxygen isotope analyses and water content values used to construct Fig. 5 and fig. S4 (Excel file).
  • table S6. Late veneer end member calculations used to construct Fig. 5 and fig. S4 Excel files (×6).
  • table S7. Water in Earth: Calculations used to construct Fig. 5 and fig. S4 (Excel file).
  • model S1. A spreadsheet that calculates the oxygen isotopic composition of the Moon using a mix defined by our analyses of terrestrial basalts and aubrites (20) (Excel file).
  • model S2. A spreadsheet that calculates the oxygen isotopic composition of the Moon using a mix defined by our analyses of olivines and aubrites (20) (Excel file).
  • Compilation of all replicate analyses run in this study (Excel file).
  • Compilation of obsidian standards data 2012–2014 (Excel file).

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