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gcb2785-sup-0001-FigureS1.TIFimage/TIF12563KFigure S1. Bivariate relationships between (a) radial growth and initial size, (b) radial growth and canopy openness, (c) height growth and initial size, (d) height growth and canopy openness for saplings of all five study species.
gcb2785-sup-0002-FigureS2.TIFimage/TIF3615KFigure S2. Height (a, c, e, g) and radial (b, d, f, h) growth model residual plots. See Tables S5 and S6 for model parameters.
gcb2785-sup-0003-FigureS3.TIFimage/TIF5311KFigure S3. Height (a, c, e, g) and radial (b, d, f, h) growth responses to browse interactions. Browse damage index (0–10) was based on the percentage of browse damaged branches on individual saplings (0 = 0%, 10 = 100%). Low (red) and high (black) values of interacting factors are assigned their 20th and 80th percentile values, respectively. Dashed lines represent approximate 95% prediction intervals.
gcb2785-sup-0004-TableS1.docxWord document60KTable S1. Summary data for the two boreal conifer and three temperate broadleaf study species. Species selected were common as advance regeneration in temperate-boreal transition zone forests. Stem age and radial growth were determined from basal cross-sections harvested 10 cm above ground level.
gcb2785-sup-0005-TableS2.docxWord document60KTable S2. Species level stem counts by size class and site. Sites are arranged by mean summer temperature [June–August 2005–2009 (Daly et al., 2008)].
gcb2785-sup-0006-TableS3.docxWord document60KTable S3. Height growth model rankings based on AICc. Top models (<2 ΔAICc), base (size + light), browse (size + light + browse), temperature (size + light + temperature), and additive (size + light + browse + temperature) models are shown for comparison. Model parameter symbols: S = initial size, L = canopy openness (light), B = browse pressure, T = mean summer temperature (JJA, °C 2007–2008). Two letters combined represent two-way interactions.
gcb2785-sup-0007-TableS4.docxWord document60KTable S4. Radial growth model rankings based on AICc. Top models (<2 ΔAICc), base (size + light), browse (size + light + browse), temperature (size + light + temperature), and additive (size + light + browse + temperature) models are shown for comparison. Model parameter symbols: S = initial size, L = canopy openness (light), B = browse pressure, T = mean summer temperature (JJA, °C 2005–2009). Two letters combined represent two-way interactions.
gcb2785-sup-0008-TableS5.docxWord document60KTable S5. Fixed effects parameter estimates from linear mixed-effects models of sapling height growth for each of the five study species. r2 is the squared correlation coefficient between observed and modeled values.
gcb2785-sup-0009-TableS6.docxWord document60KTable S6. Fixed effects parameter estimates from linear mixed-effects models of sapling radial growth for each of the five study species. r2 is the squared correlation coefficient between observed and modeled values.

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