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gcb12460-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifimage/tif6873KFigure S1. a) Mean HSI anomalies for adult skipjack on the vertical plane considering different latitudinal transects (10°N, Equator, 10°S) and different time periods (2050-2010 and 2095-2050). (b) Mean HSI of adult skipjack averaged over the top 150m of the oceans and for different decades.
gcb12460-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifimage/tif7539KFigure S2. Mean vertical anomalies (2095 relative to 2010) along equatorial transects of adult skipjack HSI related to (a) oxygen, (b) light, (c) food and (d) temperature. (e) Overall HSI anomaly and (f) dominant factor of the HSI anomaly: food (F), temperature (T), oxygen (O), light (L).

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