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gcb2591-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF593KFigure S1. Eucalyptus nitens species regeneration niche over various climate change scenarios as projected by TACA-GEM: (a) Historic climate scenario; (b) 2020s low climate change scenario; (c) 2020s high climate change scenario; (d) 2050s low climate change scenario; (e) 2050s high climate change scenario; (f) 2080s low climate change scenario and (g) 2080s high climate change scenario.
gcb2591-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF315KFigure S2. Eucalyptus obliqua species regeneration niche over various climate change scenarios as projected by TACA-GEM: (a) Historic climate scenario; (b) 2020s low climate change scenario; (c) 2020s high climate change scenario; (d) 2050s low climate change scenario; (e) 2050s high climate change scenario; (f) 2080s low climate change scenario and (g) 2080s high climate change scenario.
gcb2591-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF114KFigure S3. Eucalyptus pauciflora species regeneration niche over various climate change scenarios as projected by TACA-GEM: (a) Historic climate scenario; (b) 2020s low climate change scenario; (c) 2020s high climate change scenario; (d) 2050s low climate change scenario; (e) 2050s high climate change scenario; (f) 2080s low climate change scenario and (g) 2080s high climate change scenario.
gcb2591-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF158KFigure S4. Eucalyptus regnans species regeneration niche over various climate change scenarios as projected by TACA-GEM: (a) Historic climate scenario; (b) 2020s low climate change scenario; (c) 2020s high climate change scenario; (d) 2050s low climate change scenario; (e) 2050s high climate change scenario; (f) 2080s low climate change scenario and (g) 2080s high climate change scenario.
gcb2591-sup-0005-TablesS1.docWord document311KTable S1. Statistical analysis of species regeneration scores in the high and low climate scenarios. Tukey's studentized range test was used in sas to determine significant differences in species regeneration scores in the study area between climate change scenarios for each species. Means with the same letters are not significantly different at alpha = 0.05.
gcb2591-sup-0006-TablesS2.docWord document70KTable S2. Literature references used to parameterize TACA-GEM species.
gcb2591-sup-0007-TablesS3.docWord document258KTable S3. Proportion of positive, neutral, and negative species regeneration potential changes in different EVC. The change in species regeneration potential in future climate scenarios compared to the current regeneration potential across the EVCs based on the interpolated data set. A ±10% change rule was applied to classify neutral changes.

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