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gbc1431-sup-0002-ps01.tifTIFF image178KFigure S1. The fraction of interannual variance that is not explained by the correlation R2 between LPJ and Orchidee for each pixel.
gbc1431-sup-0003-ps02.tifTIFF image2338KFigure S2. Difference of mean annual (1981–2000) meteorological variables of ECMWF and REMO (ECMWF-REMO).
gbc1431-sup-0004-ps03.tifTIFF image278KFigure S3. The fraction of variance that is not explained by the correlation R2 (1-R2) between meteorological forcing fields between ECMWF and REMO for each pixel.
gbc1431-sup-0005-ps04.tifTIFF image375KFigure S4. Fractions of the most important vegetation types used as input and mean maximum LAI and annual GPP (1981–2000) as simulated by Biome-BGC, LPJ, and Orchidee.
gbc1431-sup-0006-fs05.tifTIFF image74KFigure S5. Comparison of the variation of APAR for different models and an independent estimate calculated from the SeaWiFS FAPAR product.
gbc1431-sup-0007-ps06.tifTIFF image250KFigure S6. Maps of Pearson's correlation coefficient between GPP and APAR and RUE (1981–2000).
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