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gcb2641-sup-0001-FigS1.TIFimage/TIF1773KFigure S1. Details the number of samples, and species recorded in each 2° grid cell. Multiple records from a single species at any site have been removed from the database. The number of samples is noted in the top left of each grid cell, and the number of species in the bottom right. Large land masses have been coloured to facilitate interpretation. Comparisons between figure S1 and baseline projections (Fig. 2a supporting information) show that some areas, such as Western Burma are projected to have high-diversity despite fairly low recorded species richness. Such areas represent priorities for future research.
gcb2641-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document222KTable S2. Species modelled for this analysis, and the IUCN listing and basic physiological information for each species included. LC-least concern, NT-near threatened, VU-vulnerable, EN-endangered, UN-unclassified.
gcb2641-sup-0003-AppendixS3.docWord document27KAppendix S3. Detailed methods for projections for 2000 and 2050 incorporating both climate and vegetation changes.
gcb2641-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF425KFigure S4. Potential change in species richness under climatic and land-cover change in 2050. A. Present baseline, B. A2 2050. C. B1 2050. All projections incorporate vegetation and climatic variables.
gcb2641-sup-0005-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF849KFigure S5. Potential change in species richness at 2050–2080 under bioclimatic change. A. Present baseline for bioclimatic scenarios. B. A2 2050. C. B1 2050. D. A2 2080 and E. B1 2080.

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