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Table S1. Data sources for the meta-analysis of changing phenology. The column ‘data period’ indicates the longest analytical time period to which each scheme contributed data. Where this is a multi-decadal block, the scheme also contributed data to each of the constituent decades.

Table S2. Taxa and other phenological indicators included in meta-analyses of changing phenology. The functional categorizations given to each taxon in the meta-analysis are shown as (Environment, Trophic level, Thermal physiology, Generation time). Environment = M, marine; F, freshwater; T, terrestrial. Trophic level = PP, Primary producer; PC, Primary consumer; SC, Secondary consumer. Thermal physiology = En, Endotherm; Ec, Ectotherm. Generation time = <w, <1 week; w-m, 1 week-1 month; m-y, 1 month-1year; >y, >1 year. Taxa have been assigned to Orders according to the Catalogue of Life, 2009 annual checklist (http://www.catalogueoflife.org).

Table S3. Taxa and number of trends per taxon for the analysis of phenological change from 1976–2005, categorized by environment and major taxonomic group. NA is given where a taxon does not have a common name, or a phenological indicator does not have an appropriate scientific name.

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