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gcb12060-sup-0001-Fig1a-appendixI.jpgimage/jpg8504KFigure S1. Library of uncultivated landscapes from high spatial resolution images (<1–10 m, Quickbird or WorldView to Spot images) available at Google Earth. All landscapes belong to Brigalow-Einasleigh, except panel F. Horizontal bars represent ~50 m. Panels A–D exemplify the woody vegetation fraction; E and F, buildings; G agriculture paddocks; H–J, road network; K, anthropogenic water bodies; L, bare ground; M, surface salt; N, continuous matrix; O and P, crown heterogeneity; Q–S, number of crowns; T–V, and W–Y, diversity of features and land cover types, respectively. Upper right map shows the location of landscapes. Green pins represent the sample points.
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gcb12060-sup-0003-Fig2-appendixI.jpgimage/jpg9727KFigure S2. Library of cultivated landscapes from high spatial resolution images (<1–10 m, Quickbird or WorldView to Spot images) available at Google Earth. Landscapes belong to Chaco (panels B, F, H, and K), India & Pakistan (A, E, I, J, and M), Mesquite (D), and Miombo-Mopane (C, G, L, N, and O). Horizontal bars represent ~500 m. Panels A to D exemplify the size of paddocks; E, buildings; F, road network, G and H, the shape of paddocks; I, the presence of trees inside paddocks; J and K, the roughness of paddocks; L, the presence of signs of cultivation interruption within the landscape; M and N the types of boundary between paddocks; and O, the presence of irrigation infrastructure. Yellow pins represent the sample points.
gcb12060-sup-0004-Fig3-appendixII_AA.jpgimage/jpg887K Figure S3. Kendall's τ correlation coefficients across different spatial scales between the context variables and (a) the uncultivated first RA axis, (b) the woody vegetation cover, (c) the cultivated first RA axis, and (d) the paddock size. Upper numbers indicate the considered units in the nonparametric test. In the area between gray dotted lines, coefficients are not significant (P < 0.05). Sample points results (Figs 5 and 6) were added to the plots to acknowledge the entire up-scaling effect.
gcb12060-sup-0005-Fig4-appendixII.jpgimage/jpg913K Figure S4. Kendall's τ correlation coefficients across different spatial scales between the functioning variables and (a) the uncultivated first RA axis, (b) the woody vegetation cover, (c) the cultivated first RA axis, and (d) the paddock size. Upper numbers indicate the considered units in the nonparametric test. In the area between gray dotted lines, coefficients are not significant (P < 0.05). Sample points results (Figs 5 and 6) were added to the plots to acknowledge the entire up-scaling effect.

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