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gcb2736-sup-0001-SupplementS1.pdfapplication/PDF5321KData S1. Map with 106 Indo-Malaysian sample islands with presence of mammal species (numbers related to island name, see Data S2).
gcb2736-sup-0002-SupplementS2.pdfapplication/PDF65KData S2. The 106 Indo-Malaysian islands with presence of select mammal species, basic data and consequences of sea-level rise (SLR) scenarios (alphabetical order, island number based on Meijaard evaluation (2003), island area according to Lambert Equal Area projection, coordinates in decimal degrees, and primary and secondary SLR effects as percent loss of potential habitat, i.e., not urban or intensive agricultural areas).
gcb2736-sup-0003-SupplementS3.pdfapplication/PDF117KData S3. The 54 mammal study species and suitable/unsuitable habitat types regarding ESA landcover data (ESA, 2008) within the study region. Suitable habitat for a species = 1, unsuitable habitat = 0. Unsuitable habitat was excluded by (a) identifying habitat preferences based on IUCN (2009) and then linking them to ESA-landcover data and (b) excluding unsuitable ESA-landcover types from the extent of occurrence of species.
gcb2736-sup-0004-SupplementS4.pdfapplication/PDF24KData S4. Comparison of species' range loss due to different secondary effect scenarios assuming an equal area replacement of inundated urban and agricultural areas in the hinterland. (a) Relocation scenariomoderate: A moderate scenario assuming that land-conversion will be evenly distributed over the remaining island area. (b) Relocation scenariomaximum: A worst-case scenario assuming that all land-conversion takes first place within the area of occupancy of a species.
gcb2736-sup-0005-SupplementS5.pdfapplication/PDF49KData S5. Projected area loss in the coastal zones of the 1,287 islands in the Southeast Asian and Pacific (SEAP) region due to inundation and erosion, and inundation without erosion. Estimates are for each of the three realms of the study region and the whole SEAP region. The coastal zone is defined as ≤50 m above mean sea-level and ≤100 km inland. SLR, sea-level rise; IM, Indo-Malaysia; AA, Australasia; OC, Oceania.
gcb2736-sup-0006-SupplementS6.pdfapplication/PDF107KData S6. List of 54 mammals species on Indo-Malaysian islands and range loss due to primary and secondary sea-level rise effects (data according to 1 m, 3 m, and 6 m sea-level rise scenarios, range loss calculations are based on refined range maps, species presence on islands according to Meijaard (2003)).
gcb2736-sup-0007-SupplementS7.pdfapplication/PDF33KData S7. Sea-level rise (SLR) and its impact on potential habitats (loss of undisturbed area), depending on island area size: (a) 1 m SLR (b) 3 m SLR (c) 6 m SLR. Island area classes: 1: ≤1 km², 10: 1–<10 km², 100: 10–<100 km², 1000: 100–<1000 km², and ≥1000: ≥1000 km².
gcb2736-sup-0008-SupplementS8.pdfapplication/PDF70KData S8. List of the three sample mammal species and their habitat requirements where contrasting trends of primary and secondary effects habitat loss were exemplified. The table indicates suitable habitat according to the IUCN evaluation (IUCN, 2009) and the minimum and maximum elevation of the species regarding the Southeast Asian Mammal Database (IEA, 2010).

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