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Fig. S1. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having a low shrubland upper canopy (Table S2) as depicted by the Australian Vegetation Map (Present Vegetation) (AUSLIG, 1990). Symbols indicate mean values for each structural-floristic classification, and bars delimit the standard deviations of XT and XS (estimated from all pixels within the structural-floristic classification) and indicate the spatial variability within each structural-floristic class. Interpretive information derived from the Atlas of Australian Vegetation (AUSLIG, 1990) is included in the legend. The dashed lines indicate the approximate boundaries of low open woodland (ow), woodland (w), open forest (of) and closed forest (cf), as they relate to the ternary diagram in Fig. 4. Fig. S2. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having a tall open shrubland upper canopy (see Fig. S1 caption for details). Fig. S3. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having a low open woodland upper canopy. (a) Upper canopy dominated by Casuarina c; Melaleuca m; Owenia o; Callitris p; Myoporum q. (b) Upper canopy dominated or co-dominated by Eucalyptus e. (c) Upper canopy dominated or co-dominated by Acacia w; or other or mixed species, x. Fig. S4. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having a low woodland or low forest upper canopy (see Fig. S1 caption for details). Fig. S5. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having an open woodland upper canopy (see Fig. S1 caption for details). Fig. S6. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having a woodland upper canopy (see Fig. S1 caption for details). Fig. S7. Estimated fractions of turgor (XT) and sclerophyll (XS) leaf forms (mean and standard deviation) of vegetation having an open forest upper canopy (see Fig. S1 caption for details).

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