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gcb2719-sup-0001-Table-S1.pdfWord document25K Table S1. List of herbaria contributing tropical plant collection records accessed through the Global Biodiversity Information Facility and SpeciesLink.
gcb2719-sup-0002-Figure-S1.pdfWord document106K Figure S1. Maximum Climatological Water Deficit (MCWD; first row), and mean annual temperature (second row) coverages used in this study.
gcb2719-sup-0003-Figure-S2.pdfWord document249K Figure S2. The observed thermal range, or niche breadth, of the 2779 study species vs. the upper (hot) limit to the estimated thermal niche.
gcb2719-sup-0004-Figure-S3.pdfWord document42K Figure S3. Vertical bars indicating the thermal niches of each of the 2779 study species.
gcb2719-sup-0005-Figure-S4.pdfWord document48K Figure S4. Percent habitat loss relative to current habitat area (i.e., incorporating deforestation as of 2002; positive values indicate decrease in habitat area) observed for each of 2779 Amazonian plant species under various combinations of assumptions.
gcb2719-sup-0006-Figure-S5.pdfWord document6K Figure S5. Percent habitat loss relative to current habitat area (i.e., incorporating deforestation as of 2002; positive values indicate decrease in habitat area) observed for each of 2779 Amazonian plant species under the assumption that extant of future deforestation is based on business-as-usual rates (deforestation = 2050BAU) vs. extant of future deforestation is based on reduced rates due to increased governance (deforestation = 2050GOV).
gcb2719-sup-0007-Figure-S6.pdfWord document50K Figure S6. Percent accordance (Kappa) vs. ratio of range areas for 500 randomly selected study species as predicted using the modified . BIOCLIM species distribution model as used in the analyses vs. the range areas as predicted from the machine learning based MAXENT species distribution model.

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