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APPENDIX 1.

IPR scores of the 54 early Eocene to Pleistocene plant assemblages from Europe, Turkey and Armenia (test set of fossil assemblages) included in this study. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 2.

Copy and paste application of Drudge 1 including taxa, IPR scoring, and results for the early Oligocene plant assemblage of Seifhennersdorf (Germany) version Drudge_1_505_corr_20200510. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 3.

Copy and paste application of Drudge 2 including taxa, IPR scoring, and results for the early Oligocene plant assemblage of Seifhennersdorf (Germany) version Drudge_2_505_corr_20200510. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 4.

Matrix resulting from the application of Drudges 1 and 2 transferred to a spreadsheet and visualisation of the results with interactive colour signature. The fossil assemblages (abscissa) are plotted against the dataset of modern vegetation types and their units (ordinate). Only those units are included that received scores. The five best fitted results are mapped for IPR Similarity, Taxonomic Similarity (TS), and Results Mix for both Drudges as well as the synthesis of all results derived by both Drudges (sheet “Overall scores Drudge 1+2”). Note that TS is mapped only once in the overall scores because it is identical for Drudge 1 and 2. Moving the cursor over the columns provides the designation of the proxies and their relevance for every fossil assemblage. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 5.

Vegetation units from Europe and the Caucasus (Bohn et al., 2004), China and Mongolia (Wang, 1961), China and Japan (Teodoridis et al., 2011, Teodoridis et al., 2012). Linkage of ID codes and the designation of the modern plant units (from Teodoridis et al., 2020, app. 7). All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 6.

Results of the Integrated Plant Record (IPR) vegetation analysis for modern vegetation proxies in East Asia and Europe showing the proportions of the major zonal woody angiosperm components BLD (broad-leaved deciduous), BLE (broad-leaved evergreen), SCL+LEG (sclerophyllous plus legume-like). Included are only those units that were delivered as proxies by applying the Drudges. The complete score results of the IPR vegetation analysis are available in Teodoridis et al. (2020, appendices 1-4).All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 7.

Comparison of East Asian forest types, mixed mesophytic forests (MMF), broad-leaved deciduous forests (BLDF), mountain coniferous forests (MCF), regarding diversity and proportion of major zonal woody angiosperm components based on the IPR vegetation analysis performed on the data provided by Wang (1961). The detailed scores are available in Teodoridis et al. (2020, appendix 4) and Teodoridis et al. (2011-2021). All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 8.

Relevance of modern East Asian and European vegetation types and formations as derived by Drudge 1 and 2 in the IPR Similarities, Taxonomical Similarity (TS), and Results Mix. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 9.

Relevance of modern East Asian and European vegetation types and formations regarding age and region as derived by Drudge 1 and 2. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 10.

Climate data for fossil sites reconstructed by CLAMP and the Coexistence Approach.All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

APPENDIX 11.

Climatic parameters of the modern European vegetation Formations F, G, and H. Climate data marked with an asterisk: obtained from Bohn et al. (2004). Data marked with “^” obtained from Traiser and Mosbrugger (2004). Abbreviations: MAT = mean annual temperature; WMMT = warm-month mean temperature; CMMT = cold-month mean temperature; MAP = mean annual precipitation; N = North, E = East, S = South, W = West. All appendices are available as spreadsheet files downloadable in a zipped format.

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