ece3784-sup-0001-FigureS1a.epsimage/eps26KFigure S1. Distribution of niche optima of all individuals on a one-dimensional landscape a) without species-environment feedback; b) with relative strength of the feedback, α = 0.8 and c) realized environments along baseline environmental gradient, where the straight diagonal line represents the environment value without any change by engineering feedback from species.
ece3784-sup-0004-FigureS2a.epsimage/eps13KFigure S2. Species richness changes with relative strength of the species-environment feedback, α, when a) absent of immigration, = 0, under heterogeneous gradient environment, b) low immigration rate, = 0.01, under heterogeneous gradient environment and c) low immigration rate, = 0.01, under homogeneous environment.
ece3784-sup-0007-FigureA1.epsimage/eps12KFigure A1. Species richness changes with relative strength of the specie-environment feedback, α, when immigration rate m = 0, 0.01 or 0.1 (same figure as Fig. 3B except the red circles).
ece3784-sup-0008-FigureA2a.epsimage/eps14KFigure A2. Comparison of impacts of initial species distribution on diversity-feedback relationship, between the case in which all the local were initially occupied by best local competitor (bold lines) and the case in which random occupancy was assumed (thin lines), under a) heterogeneous gradient environment, and b) heterogeneous random environment.
ece3784-sup-0010-FigureA3a.epsimage/eps11KFigure A3. Species richness changes with relative strength of the specie-environment feedback, α, in a heterogeneous random environment, when a) immigration rate m = 0.1; b) immigration rate m = 0.01; and c) in the absence of immigration, m = 0.
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