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Fig. S1 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the correlation method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations).

Fig. S2 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the ABC method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations).

Fig. S3 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 15 individuals from each of the 25 central populations).

Fig. S4 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 49 simulated populations).

Fig. S5FST and within population heterozygosity (HS) as a function of the number of generations simulated for the four landscape scenarios investigated (averaged over 100 replicates).

Fig. S6 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations) for the scenario with medium contrast among landscape variables and coarse landscape resolution (1 cell between adjacent populations) for different number of generations.

Fig. S7 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations) for the scenario with high contrast among landscape variables and coarse landscape resolution (1 cell between adjacent populations) for different number of generations.

Fig. S8 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations) for the scenario with medium contrast among landscape variables and fine landscape resolution (3 cells between adjacent populations) for different number of generations.

Fig. S9 Comparisons of simulated and inferred ranking of the landscape variables when inferences are performed with the regression method using FST (measured using 50 individuals from each of the 25 central populations) for the scenario with high contrast among landscape variables and fine landscape resolution (3 cells between adjacent populations) for different number of generations.

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