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gcb2564-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docxWord document16KAppendix S1. Methods for modeling nonterritorial owls.
gcb2564-sup-0002-AppendixS2.docxWord document16KAppendix S2. Methods for life-stage simulation analysis.
gcb2564-sup-0003-TableS1.docxWord document15KTable S1. Weather variables used to model the effect of annual variation in weather conditions on the vital rates of spotted owl in Arizona, New Mexico, and Southern California.
gcb2564-sup-0004-TableS2.docxWord document18KTable S2.A priori models used to evaluate the associations between weather conditions and annual survival (φ) and reproductive output (R) in Arizona, New Mexico, and Southern California.
gcb2564-sup-0005-TableS3.docxWord document18KTable S3. Projected changes in mean temperature extremes and total precipitation used to model impacts of climate change on spotted owl populations in Arizona, New Mexico, and Southern California under three IPCC emissions scenarios: B1, A1B, and A2.
gcb2564-sup-0006-TableS4.docxWord document16KTable S4. Pearson correlation coefficients for eight weather variables in Arizona (AZ), New Mexico (NM), and Southern California (SC).
gcb2564-sup-0007-TableS5.docxWord document60KTable S5. Rankings of spotted owl reproduction and survival models in Arizona based on AICc.
gcb2564-sup-0008-TableS6.docxWord document57KTable S6. Rankings of spotted owl reproduction and survival models in New Mexico based on AICc.
gcb2564-sup-0009-TableS7.docxWord document59KTable S7. Rankings of spotted owl reproduction and survival models in Southern California based on AICc.

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