gcb12185-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF4846KFig. S1. Comparison of SRTM (90 m spatial resolution) vs. GTOPO30 (1 km spatial resolution) regarding coastline, shape, and number of islands.
gcb12185-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF1512KFig. S2. Example for SRTM coastline inaccuracies and island misinterpretation.
gcb12185-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF3171KFig. S3. Vulnerability of island groups due to a 1 m sea-level rise (SLR) and share of SEAP terrestrial vertebrate classes in coastal and close-to-coast regions.
gcb12185-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF109KFig. S4. Example for the sea-level rise-driven area loss: Influence on the habitat-refined range of the bat Pteropus yapensis (Yap flying fox).
gcb12185-sup-0005-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF21KFig. S5. Range loss due to three SLR scenarios for the 61 mammal, amphibian, and bird species in Oceania after range refinement.
gcb12185-sup-0006-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF11KTable S1. Comparison of GLOBE Elevation Model in a 1 km horizontal resolution vs. SRTM Digital Elevation Model in a 90 m horizontal resolution.
gcb12185-sup-0007-TableS2a.pdfapplication/PDF13KTable S2. Habitat-refined species in Oceania and excluded unsuitable habitat. (a) 61 habitat-refined species in Oceania and their unsuitable habitat types (b) Description of habitat (land-cover) types identified as unsuitable in Table S2a.
gcb12185-sup-0009-TableS3.pdfapplication/PDF17KTable S3. The 49 island groups of the SEAP region with the potential SLR-induced biodiversity impact scores. Islands are ranked by S1m for SEAP vertebrates.
gcb12185-sup-0010-TableS4.pdfapplication/PDF10KTable S4. Sensitivity analysis: Area loss for 61 endemic vertebrates in Oceania according to three range models.

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