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Appendix S1. A brief theoretical demonstration of how density, area, and carrying capacity influence habitat-selection strategies through the evolution of a mutant habitat-selecting phenotype.

Table S1. A list and description of the 16 vegetation variables measured at each station and used in the Principal Components Analysis to summarize habitat variation in eight small-mammal sampling plots on Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada. Unless stated otherwise, all ‘proportion cover’ data represent the proportion of point samples (taken at 1m distance along a randomly oriented 10m transect centred on each trapping station) where a particular type of vegetation was recorded.

Figure S1. Ordination graphs from the Principal Components Analysis on habitat variables summarizing ‘wet’ vs. ‘dry’ habitats on Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada. Variables correspond to those listed in Table S1 (supporting information).

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