jpe12230-sup-0001-AppendixS1.pdfapplication/PDF104KAppendix S1. Formulation of the area prioritization problem.
jpe12230-sup-0002-AppendixS2.pdfapplication/PDF55KAppendix S2. Setting 30-year maximum dispersal distances.
jpe12230-sup-0003-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF32KFig. S1. Species dispersal kernel curves.
jpe12230-sup-0004-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF1293KFig. S2. Maps of planning-unit costs and habitat conversion in Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands.
jpe12230-sup-0005-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF146KFig. S3. The individual species' persistences under an array of budgets for the dynamic and static spatial conservation prioritization strategies.
jpe12230-sup-0006-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF1024KFig. S4. The areas targeted for the optimization of species' persistences under a B1 future climate scenario using dynamic and static spatial conservation prioritization strategies.
jpe12230-sup-0007-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF80KFig. S5. Agreement of the solutions and respective species-combined persistence obtained through various future climate scenarios, available budget for conservation areas acquisition, planning-unit costs, and species dispersal kernel curves.
jpe12230-sup-0008-FigS6.pdfapplication/PDF2452KFig. S6. The areas selected to assist in the persistence of each species (forming 20 dispersal pathways per species) and the predicted climate suitability in Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands in different periods of time.
jpe12230-sup-0009-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF19KTable S1. Summary table of targeted areas and their timing of selection/release using the dynamic spatial conservation prioritization strategy.

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