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Figure S1. Equilibrium fraction of the landscape in the gap (≤2 m), 4–5 m, 9–10 m, and high canopy (>15 m) height classes computed from annual height transition matrices for alluvial terraces (left), oxisol plateaus (center), and oxisol slopes (right).

Figure S2. Fraction of landscape in new canopy gaps on alluvial terraces (open circles), oxisol plateaus (gray), and oxisol slopes (black).

Figure S3. Observed and equilibrium distributions of canopy height for alluvial terraces (left), oxisol plateaus (center), and oxisol slopes (right).

Figure S4. Scatter plots of departure from equilibrium fraction [observed (%)–equilibrium (%)] of the landscape in the ≤2 m and >15 m height classes from against non-lagged dry season rainfall and mean annual minimum daily temperature 10 000 bootstrap samples across all 18 0.5 ha plots.

Figure S5. Scatter plots of departure from equilibrium fraction [observed (%)–equilibrium (%)] of the landscape in the ≤2 m and >15 m height classes from 10 000 bootstrap samples across all 18 0.5 ha plots against all non-lagged climate variables.

Table S1. Canopy height transition matrix for oxisol plateaus. Numbers are the transition probabilities from the column to row height class based on observed transitions pooled across all years (1999–2010).

Table S2. Canopy height transition matrix for oxisol slopes. Numbers are the transition probabilities from the column to row height class based on observed transitions pooled across all years (1999–2010).

Table S3. Annual tree mortality (% yr−1). Values indicate the mortality rate for stems ≥10 cm dbh in each year.

Table S4. Pairwise comparison of height transition probabilities among edaphic site-types: (alluvial terraces–oxisol plateaus) and (alluvial terraces–oxisol slopes).

Table S5. ENSO index and temperature and rainfall values at La Selva over the interval 1998–2010.

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