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gcb2661-sup-0001-FigureS1.docxWord document254KFigure S1. A comparison between cool refugia in the Barrington region produced by weighting all factors equally (a) and weighting variability twice as high as the other two factors (b) shows that this dramatically reduces the areas perceived as being cool refugia. Grids are produced using 5th percentile of minimum temperatures.
gcb2661-sup-0002-FigureS2.docxWord document255KFigure S2. A comparison between cool refugia in the Barrington region produced using Z-scores (a) and a similar methodology where all factors are linearly scaled to a range of −1–1 before being averaged (b) produces little difference at higher elevations, but large differences at lower elevations. Grids are produced using 5th percentile of minimum temperatures.
gcb2661-sup-0003-FigureS3.docxWord document255KFigure S3. The areas identified as being different from the matrix varied dramatically according to whether we used a 1 km (a), 5 km (b), or 25 km radius (c). Grids are produced for 95th percentile of maximum temperatures in the Barrington region.

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