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jane12179-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docxWord document202KAppendix S1. Cycle classification criteria for simulated population time series.
jane12179-sup-0002-AppendixS2.docxWord document106KAppendix S2. Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) specific demographic model.
jane12179-sup-0003-AppendixS3.docxWord document114KAppendix S3. Small rodent specific demographic model.
jane12179-sup-0004-FigS1-S3.docxWord document171K

Fig. S1. Distribution of period length (a,c) and scatter plots of period length and amplitude (b,d), before (a,b) and after (c,d) outlier removal with a grubbs test.

Fig. S2. Sensitivity analysis demonstrating the effect of individual parameter variation on amplitude through local regression smoothing of scatterplots (Amplitude ~ parameter value).

Fig. S3. Sensitivity analysis demonstrating the effect of individual parameter variation on period length through local regression smoothing of scatterplots (Period length ~ parameter value).

jane12179-sup-0005-TableS1-S3.docxWord document73K

Table S1. Parameters and sampling distributions used in population time series simulations.

Table S2. Summary the fate of simulated populations subjected to variable density dependence.

Table S3. Results of sensitivity analysis on the effect of individual parameter variation on spectral density, cycle amplitude and period length for simulated population time series.

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