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ece3873-sup-0001-FigS1.tiffTIFF image50KFigure S1. Bureau of Meteorology climate classes and subclasses on which the modeled tree species groups are based.
ece3873-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif60KFigure S2. Modeled climate space probability distribution for the three time steps and two scenarios for a “wide range” species (E. crebra). The greener areas show a higher probability of presence. The Maxent models showed a trend of decreasing probability of presence through time for both scenarios and for most species. For widespread species, probability of presence broadly declined in the west or north and increased in the south or east.
ece3873-sup-0003-TableS1.docxWord document16KTable S1. Proportional (%) pixel losses and gains by climate regional group calculated from the 2085 time step for both scenarios. For each species, pixel losses and gains were calculated as a proportion of the current number of pixels occupied. The group% loss and gain is the arithmetic mean of the species losses and gains within the group.

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