gcb12118-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF10KFigure S1. Concentration : response (CR) functions for wheat used in this analysis for AOT40 (solid line), median sensitivity W126 (small dashes), and minimum sensitivity W126 (representing maximum O3 resistance) (large dashes). Equations for these functions are listed in Table S1.
gcb12118-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF887KFigure S2. Global distributions of soybean, maize, and wheat crop production in the year 2000.
gcb12118-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF50KFigure S3. Change in global annual surface O3 (solid) used to scale estimated agricultural benefits in 2030 over the 25-year period of CH4 reductions (dashed).
gcb12118-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF28KFigure S4. Weighting curves applied to hourly O3 concentrations used to calculate the cumulative AOT40 and W126 metrics.
gcb12118-sup-0005-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF953KFigure S5. Total (soybean, maize, and wheat) year 2030 crop production (CP) gains in each nation resulting from the combined benefits of CH4 mitigation and minimum O3-sensitivity cultivar choice (CLEmed − CH4-redmin) relative to CLEmed. Results are presented as a percent increase from year 2000 production (Monfreda et al., 2008; Ramankutty et al., 2008) (left). The estimated economic value (EV) of CP gains is also shown (right).
gcb12118-sup-0006-FigS6.pdfapplication/PDF31KFigure S6. W126 CR functions (median response, or 50th percentile of all crops and cultivars) for well-watered and droughted conditions, based on pooling data from eight original National Crop Loss Assessment Network (NCLAN) field studies that paired droughted and well-watered conditions for the same genotype (Lee & Hogsett, 1996).
gcb12118-sup-0007-FigS7.pdfapplication/PDF457KFigure S7. Global map of irrigated areas (percent of grid cell irrigated), based on data from Siebert et al. (2010).
gcb12118-sup-0008-FigS8.pdfapplication/PDF269KFigure S8. Regional definitions used to calculate crop production losses in Table 2.
gcb12118-sup-0009-TableS1.docxWord document36KTable S1. Concentration : response equations used to calculate relative yield loss of soybean, maize, and wheat.
gcb12118-sup-0010-TableS2.docxWord document38KTable S2. Regionally averaged ratios of modeled:observed O3 exposure according to different metrics (depending on data availability) during the wheat growing season in each region.
gcb12118-sup-0011-TableS3.docxWord document62KTable S3. Wheat crop production losses (CPL) and crop production (CP) improvements in East Asia due to methane mitigation estimated according to an AOT40 concentration : response (CR) function derived from Chinese cultivars of wheat (Wang et al., 2012), compared with mean sensitivity wheat CR functions based on US and European field studies (Table S1).
gcb12118-sup-0012-TableS4.docxWord document80KTable S4. Calculated crop production loss (CPL) and crop production (CP) improvement due to CH4 mitigation according to all-crop, well-watered, and droughted median CR functions (Table S1) as applied to wheat. Calculations assume 100% of wheat is rainfed and therefore either fully droughted or well-watered; in actuality, only ~60% of crops are rainfed.

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