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gcb2614-sup-0001-Appendix1.pdfapplication/PDF894KAppendix S1. Detailed description of demographic models.
gcb2614-sup-0002-Appendix2.docxWord document33KAppendix S2. Complete set of general linear models for predicted range area in 2100 (dependent variable) according to habitat-only models and models with both population and habitat dynamics.
gcb2614-sup-0003-Appendix3.docWord document33KAppendix S3. Complete set of general linear mixed effects models for expected minimum abundance in 2100 and movement of the northern range margin between 2020 and 2100 (as the dependent variables).
gcb2614-sup-0004-Appendix4.docWord document32KAppendix S4. Absolute distance forecasts of range movement for five plant species between 2020 and 2100 in response to three climate scenarios and three SDM approaches.
gcb2614-sup-0005-Appendix5.docWord document217KAppendix S5. Range movement in the most southern 10 per cent of the metapopulation for Angophora hispida, Banksia baxteri, Hakea constablei, Senecio macrocarpus and Xanthorrhoea resinosa between 2020 and 2100, according to three different SDMs [Bio-ensembles, MaxEnt, MaxEnt (with substrate)] and two climate change scenarios (LEV1; WRE750). See Methods for details.
gcb2614-sup-0006-Appendix6.docWord document245KAppendix S6. Change in summed habitat suitability, occupied range area and population size between 2020 and 2100 for Angophora hispida(A), Banksia baxteri(B), Hakea constablei (C), Seneciomacrocarpus (D) and Xanthorrhoea resinosa (E) according tothree different species distribution modeling approaches [Bio-ensembles, MaxEnt with and without non-climate parameters (substrate)] and a low CO2 concentration stabilising scenario (LEV1).

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