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gcb2436-sup-0001-supplinfo.docWord document118KTable S1. The effect of 32°C water temperature on the swimming performance (bl s-1) and aerobic metabolism (mg O2 kg-1 h-1) of 2 subfamilies and 4 genera of Pomacentridae coral reef fishes (Chromis sp., Dascyllus sp., Neopomacentid sp. and Pomacentrid sp.). All results are compared to 29°C levels (i.e. current maximum average summer temperatures on the northern GBR). Significant results overall and within individuals are marked with an asterix * for P<0.05 and ** for P<0.01. Notice temperature has a highly significant effect on all physiological performance indicators of these species (i.e. swimming ability, aerobic metabolism and aerobic scope). Circles highlight an overall pattern of >10% reduced swimming ability and/or reduced aerobic scope relative to 29°C capabilities.
gcb2436-sup-0001-supplinfo.docWord document118KTable S2. The statistical results of a planned comparison between swimming performance and metabolic performance at 29 and 32°C water temperature. The planned comparison contrast analysis examined Least Squares means for specific differences within species following repeated-measures anova. Type I errors were minimized using false detection rate correction (Benjamin & Hochberg 1995) with statistical significance being accepted at P=0.0143 (Ucrit), P=0.0001 (UP-C), P=0.0000 (MO2-MAX) and P=0.0113 (ASC) respectively.
gcb2436-sup-0001-supplinfo.docWord document118KAppendix S1. Thermal effects on aerobic scope.
gcb2436-sup-0001-supplinfo.docWord document118KAppendix S2. Habitat use at the borders of ability.
gcb2436-sup-0001-supplinfo.docWord document118KAppendix S3. Behavioral adaptation alleviating reduced performance.

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