Chemotaxonomic patterns of vegetation and soils along altitudinal transects of the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia, and implications for paleovegetation reconstructions – Part II: lignin-derived phenols and leaf-wax-derived n-alkanes

Figure S1: Ternary diagram illustrating the relative abundance (%) of the n-alkanes C27, C29 and C31 in the investigated Ah horizons samples. Figure S2: Ternary diagram illustrating the relative abundance (%) of the n-alkanes C27, C29 and C31 in the investigated O layers samples. Figure S3: Ternary diagram for the relative abundances (%) of vanillyl, syringyl and cinnamyl lignin phenols of the Ah horizons samples. Figure S4: Ternary diagram for the relative abundances (%) of vanillyl, syringyl and cinnamyl lignin phenols of the O layers samples. Lignin datasets: Analytical results of lignin-derived phenol of the investigated samples, and n-alkanes datasets: Analytical results of leaf-wax-derived n-alkanes of the investigated samples