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Auxiliary material for this article contains three tables and one figure: temporal trends in radial growth and climate chronologies over the period 1950–1989 for 40 study sites (Table S1), mean radial growth residuals in a given period relative to the period 1920–1939 for 40 study sites (Table S2), coefficients of the relationships between radial growth residuals and sulphur and nitrogen depositions in 1980 and 1985 for 40 study sites (Table S3), and number of trees per site, which increased growth in a given year compared to the previous 10 years by more than 100 for 40 study sites (Figure S1).

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