gcb2784-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF188KFigure S1. Schematic of how climatic nearest neighbors lead to predictions of elevational shifts.
gcb2784-sup-0002-AppendixS1.pdfapplication/PDF948KAppendix S1. Supplementary methods.
gcb2784-sup-0003-AppendixS2.pdfapplication/PDF2177K Appendix S2. Plots showing detections and nondetections by elevation and survey period for 99 bird species in each of three Sierra Nevadan regions.
gcb2784-sup-0004-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF120KTable S1. Observed historical range, significant change in elevational range over time, and predicted change in range based on temperature and precipitation nearest neighbors.
gcb2784-sup-0005-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF514KTable S2. Descriptions and parameterizations of 25 occupancy (ψ) models with main, additive and multiplicative effects.
gcb2784-sup-0006-TableS3.pdfapplication/PDF99KTable S3. Life history and other species characteristics used in traits analysis.
gcb2784-sup-0007-TableS4.pdfapplication/PDF76KTable S4. Full results of GLMM analysis in explaining the pattern of upslope and downslope movements of 99 bird species in three regions of the Sierra Nevada, California, over the last century.
gcb2784-sup-0008-TableS5.pdfapplication/PDF82KTable S5. Full results of GLMM analyses for tests of species traits that relate to whether species shifted elevational ranges in any direction.

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