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gcb2698-sup-0001-TableS1.docWord document31KTable S1. The number of Lessepsian migrants in three taxonomic groups that were considered in this study.
gcb2698-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document104KTable S2. Estimated spread rates of Lessepsian species using two different methods.
gcb2698-sup-0003-FigS1.docWord document37KFigure S1. The velocity of climate change of sea surface temperature on the continental shelf between 45°N and 45°S, for three different emissions scenarios. Negative velocities are given in blue, positive velocities in orange.
gcb2698-sup-0004-FigS2.docWord document37KFigure S2. The velocity of climate change of sea bottom temperature on the continental shelf between 45°N and 45°S, for three different emissions scenarios. Negative velocities are given in blue, positive velocities in orange.
gcb2698-sup-0005-FigS3.docWord document397KFigure S3. The rate, gradient and velocity of sea surface temperature change as predicted using three different climate change scenarios.
gcb2698-sup-0006-FigS4.docWord document438KFigure S4. The rate, gradient and velocity of sea bottom temperature change as predicted using three different climate change scenarios.
gcb2698-sup-0007-FigS5.docWord document476KFigure S5. The fraction of species unable to keep pace with sea surface climate change, estimated using reported spread rates of native species and using two methods for Lessepsian species. Regions with fast climate change and regions with shallow spatial temperature gradients are predicted to be at risk from major long term biodiversity loss. White areas indicate no data because they are off the continental.
gcb2698-sup-0008-FigS6.docWord document404KFigure S6. The fraction of species unable to keep pace with sea bottom climate change, estimated using reported spread rates of native species and using two methods for Lessepsian species. White areas indicate no data because they are off the continental shelf.

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