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gbc1905-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document0KFigure S1. Monte Carlo simulation for nutrient limitation.
gbc1905-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document0KFigure S2. Latitudinally averaged nutrient limitation for barren areas.
gbc1905-sup-0004-fs03.epsPS document0KFigure S3. (a) Paired annual maximum monthly NDVI, (b) map of remote sensing-based nutrient limitation and disturbance, and (c) difference between nutrient limitation map with and without WUE.
gbc1905-sup-0005-fs04.epsPS document0KFigure S4. Nutrient limitation maps using productivity indices from MODIS.
gbc1905-sup-0006-fs05.epsPS document0KFigure S5. Non-linear nutrient rich upper bound (a) scatterplot and (b) resulting global nutrient limitation map.
gbc1905-sup-0007-fs06.epsPS document0KFigure S6. The range in nutrient limitation, averaged latitudinally, from using 11 different AET datasets.
gbc1905-sup-0008-fs07.epsPS document0KFigure S7. Variations on disturbance removal rule.
gbc1905-sup-0009-fs08.epsPS document0KFigure S8. Remote sensing-based nutrient limitation compared against in situ soil nutrient concentrations.
gbc1905-sup-0010-fs09.epsPS document0KFigure S9. Remote sensing-based nutrient limitation compared against in situ litter decomposition rates.

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