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Supplementary Information. Effective population size dynamics reveal impacts of historic climatic events and recent anthropogenic pressure in African elephants

Fig. S1 The independence of results to model parameters as demonstrated by the consistency of the chains across each of the five runs and compiled results across analyses r using different generation times and either the exponential or linear demographic model.

Table S1 Priors of model parameters used to simulate five independent chains of MSVAR runs

Table S2 Population expansion analyses in African elephant based on the k and g test of 10 tetranucleotide and nine dinucleotide microsatellite data from the total Samburu, and a combination of all the 19 loci (because of small sample sizes) for the Kenyan individual and total subsamples

Table S3 Tests for deviation from the mutation–drift equilibrium on the Samburu total, its four cohorts, and a subsample of the Kenyan total and individual populations

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