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Appendix S1. Data from 15 paired decreasing and non-decreasing lakes in the Alaska boreal forest, 2006– 2007, used for general comparisons and to evaluate nine possible combinations of three decreasing and three non-decreasing hypotheses (i.e., scenarios) using paired t-tests of the difference between lake types with Holm' s sequential Bonferroni correction.

Appendix S2. Topographical characteristics, climate data, and percent change in lake surface area for the four study areas. Elevation, slope, and aspect derived from Alaska 300 m Digital Elevation Model. Climate data and percent change in lake surface area were adapted from Riordan et al., 2006. For information on weather station locations and methods used to generate climate and lake area change data see Riordan et al., 2006.

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