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Figure S1. Probability of dispersal in the specific model of habitat choice (eq. (4)).

Figure S2. Local adaptation with genotype-dependent dispersal at equilibrium.

Figure S3. Local adaptation at equilibrium with genotype-dependent dispersal when migration is costly.

Figure S4. Degree of population divergence in allele frequency, Δeq, with asymmetric selection (A) or migration (B) in the two habitats.

Figure S5. Amount of first-generation divergence in allele frequency due to GDD.

Figure S6. Time to approach equilibrium. Shown is the number of generations required for the system to move 95% of the way to equilibrium (α = 0.95).

Figure S7. Adaptive dispersal increases allele frequency divergence between habitats.

Figure S8. The effective migration rate between habitats changes dynamically with GDD.

Figure S9. Genotype-dependent dispersal causes emigrating individuals to be a biased sample of the individuals within a habitat.

Figure S10. The relationship between variance in fitness at the start of a generation and the resulting genetic load, for two mean migration rates (A, B).

ece3850-sup-0002-DataS1.nbapplication/vnd.wolfram.mathematica14086KData S1. Data sufficient to recreate the empirical plot of divergence between lake and stream stickleback, Fig. 1. The data were collected and analyzed as originally described in Bolnick et al. (2009). Evolution. The data had not previously been presented in the same form as in Fig. 1.

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