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Methods S1. Detailed description of the HBMs and the IBM.

Figure S1. Plot of the 70% stem asymptote function with three scenarios of available space.

Figure S2. Predicted median trajectories from 0 to 50 years after thinning for living and dead above-ground biomass accumulation.

Figure S3. Predicted median trajectories from 0 to 50 years after thinning for total aboveground biomass accumulation and stem density decline.

Figure S4. Predicted median circumference (cm) size-class distributions for each treatment at 2, 24 and 50 years after thinning.

Table S1. Mean (SD, n = 4) structural and floristic characteristics of the adjacent mature reference forest.

Table S2. Model DIC values for each combination of stem- and quadrat-level explanatory variables considered for the growth and mortality HBMs.

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