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gcb12149-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF90KFigure S1. NEE600, GEP600 and ER averaged at the plot-level across measurement dates in July of 2009, July of 2010 and June 1 through August 7, 2010. Error bars represent the standard error of the mean plot-level flux within a given treatment. C, n = 6; T1, n = 4; T2, n = 5; T2W, n = 4; W, n = 4.
gcb12149-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF90KFigure S2. Leaf N concentration (%) at the beginning, peak, and end of the growing season in 2009 and 2010 for the three dominant species in the plots: Carex rupestris, Dryas integrifolia, and Salix arctica. C, n = 6; T1, n = 4; T2, n = 5; T2W, n = 4; W, n = 4.
gcb12149-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF99KFigure S3. Leaf δ13C (‰) at the beginning, peak, and end of the growing season in 2009 and 2010 for the three dominant species in the plots: Carex rupestris, Dryas integrifolia, and Salix arctica. C, n = 6; T1, n = 4; T2, n = 5; T2W, n = 4; W, n = 4.
gcb12149-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF79KFigure S4. Abundance at peak season of the three dominant species in the plots: Carex rupestris, Dryas integrifolia, and Salix arctica. Black bars represent data from 2003, while gray bars depict data from 2011. C, n = 4; T1, n = 4; T2, n = 5; T2W, n = 4; W, n = 4.

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