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Table S1. Full description of pressure scenario imposed on populations with fast, medium, and slow life-history speeds. N1 represents starting population size.

Table S2. Deterministic curve shapes produced by different scenarios of proportional pressure on fast, medium, and slow life-history speed population models. The section of a decline curve before the switch point (SP) is indicated by “A” and the following section by “B”.

Table S3. Deterministic curve shapes produced by different scenarios of fixed pressure on fast, medium, and slow life-history speed population models. The section of a decline curve before the switch point (SP) is indicated by “A” and the following section by “B”.

Table S4. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between the best-fit results in null population models and those in low, constant, proportional pressure scenarios (P1). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

Table S5. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between best-fit frequencies for each degradation scenario in populations with low, constant, proportional pressure (P1). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

Table S6. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between the concavity frequencies diagnosed for each degradation scenario in populations with low, constant, proportional pressure (P1). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

Table S7. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between the best-fit results in null population models and those in increasing fixed pressure scenarios (F3). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

Table S8. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between best-fit frequencies for each degradation scenario in populations with increasing, fixed pressure (F3). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

Table S9. Chi-square results from two-sample test for equality of proportions between the concavity frequencies diagnosed for each degradation scenario in populations with increasing, fixed pressure (F3). Significant differences at α = 0.05 are indicated by a star.

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