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Table S1. (A) Covariance analysis results of the differences between Norway spruce, European beech and sessile oak regarding resistance (Rt), recovery (Rc) and resilience (Rs) in the drought periods 1976 (left) and 2003 (right) in pure stands. Presented are the constant of the model, the covariates tree diameter, dbh, stand basal area, BA, tree age, age, site index, index Martonne (1926; Ma) and the model coefficients for the species groups sessile oak, European beech and Norway spruce (reference group). Bold numbers indicate significance of the model coefficients at P<0.05. Sample size, n, coefficient of determination, R2, and P-values refer to the model as a whole. (B) Cell means and SE as result of the covariance analysis. Shown are means for Rt, Rc and Rs for Norway spruce, European beech and sessile oak for the drought periods 1976 and 2003. Arrows between cell means indicate differences at P<0.05.

Table S2. (A) Covariance analysis of differences in the stress reaction pattern (Rt, Rc, Rs) in the drought periods 1976 (left) and 2003 (right) for European beech in mixed versus pure stands. (B) Cell means and SE as results of the covariance analysis. Shown are the means for Rt, Rc and Rs for beech in mixed stands and beech in pure stands in drought periods 1976 and 2003. For further explanation see extended caption of Table S1.

Table S3. (A) Covariance analysis of differences in the stress reaction pattern (Rt, Rc, Rs) in the drought period 1976 (left) and 2003 (right) of beech in mixture with oak versus beech in mixture with spruce. (B) Cell means and SE as a result of the covariance analysis. Shown are the means for Rt, Rc and Rs for the two group mixture of beech/oak and mixture of beech/spruce in the drought periods 1976 and 2003. For further explanation see extended caption of Table S1.

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