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Figure S1. Examples of simulated road networks for Alternative A, representing various levels of impact from 100 iterations: (A) scenario with highest impact, (B) scenario with impact at the 66% quantile, (C) scenario with impact at the 33% quantile, (D) scenario with lowest impact. Each map shows the underlying calving habitat value estimated for the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd discounted based on the area's proximity to simulated roads.

Figure S2. Examples of simulated road networks for Alternative B, representing various levels of impact from 100 iterations: (A) scenario with highest impact, (B) scenario with impact at the 66% quantile, (C) scenario with impact at the 33% quantile, (D) scenario with lowest impact. Each map shows the underlying calving habitat value estimated for the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd discounted based on the area's proximity to simulated roads.

Figure S3. Examples of simulated road networks for Alternative C, representing various levels of impact from 100 iterations: (A) scenario with highest impact, (B) scenario with impact at the 66% quantile, (C) scenario with impact at the 33% quantile, (D) scenario with lowest impact. Each map shows the underlying calving habitat value estimated for the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd discounted based on the area's proximity to simulated roads.

Figure S4. Examples of simulated road networks for Alternative D, representing various levels of impact from 100 iterations: (A) scenario with highest impact, (B) scenario with impact at the 66% quantile, (C) scenario with impact at the 33% quantile, (D) scenario with lowest impact. Each map shows the underlying calving habitat value estimated for the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd discounted based on the area's proximity to simulated roads.

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