gcb12326-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif66KFigure S1. Rates of phenological change (1969–2008) across three trophic levels in (a) the North Basin and (b) the South Basin of Windermere, UK.
gcb12326-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif120KFigure S2. Examples of long-term change in the seasonal time difference between events at different trophic levels in the North and South basins of Windermere.
gcb12326-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF84KFigure S3. Long-term variations in potential physical drivers of phenological change.
gcb12326-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF77KFigure S4. Long-term variations in potential chemical and biological drivers of phenological change.
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Table S1. The phenological metrics used to quantify the seasonal timing of plankton development and perch spawning.

Table S2. Driving variables used in the analyses of phenological change, with justification for their inclusion and supporting references.

Table S3. Comparison of phenological metrics derived using filter count and microscope data for Daphnia.

Table S4. Summaries of exemplar linear models of long-term changes in the seasonal time difference between phenological events at adjacent trophic levels.

Table S5. Correlation matrix for predictors included in the hierarchical modelling of phenological change at three trophic levels.

Data S1. Hierarchical model structure for analysis of drivers.

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