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gcb2795-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifimage/tif113KFigure S1. Sensitivity analysis showing growth rates of plaice relative to lengths for four different areas of the North Sea: (a) Dogger Bank, (b) the Danish coast, (c) the Southern Bight and (d) the German Bight. Black lines show growth rates based on 1989 data as projected by ERSEM (temperatures and benthic production estimates used shown in plots). Red lines show growth rates where temperature was either increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 5%. Green lines show where benthic production was increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 50%.
gcb2795-sup-0003-FigureS2.tifimage/tif113KFigure S2. Sensitivity analysis showing growth rates of plaice relative to lengths for four different areas of the North Sea: (a) Dogger Bank, (b) the Danish coast, (c) the Southern Bight and (d) the German Bight. Black lines show growth rates based on 2002 data as projected by ERSEM (temperatures and benthic production estimates used shown in plots). Red lines show growth rates where temperature was either increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 5%. Green lines show where benthic production was increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 50%.
gcb2795-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifimage/tif114KFigure S3. Sensitivity analysis showing growth rates of sole relative to lengths for four different areas of the North Sea: (a) Dogger Bank, (b) the Danish coast, (c) the Southern Bight and (d) the German Bight. Black lines show growth rates based on 1989 data as projected by ERSEM (temperatures and benthic production estimates used shown in plots). Red lines show growth rates where temperature was either increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 5%. Green lines show where benthic production was increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 50%.
gcb2795-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifimage/tif114KFigure S4. Sensitivity analysis showing growth rates of sole relative to lengths for four different areas of the North Sea: (a) Dogger Bank, (b) the Danish coast, (c) the Southern Bight and (d) the German Bight. Black lines show growth rates based on 2002 data as projected by ERSEM (temperatures and benthic production estimates used shown in plots). Red lines show growth rates where temperature was either increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 5%. Green lines show where benthic production was increased (solid line) or decreased (dashed line) by 50%.

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