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Figure S1  2-year exponential population growth rate (ln(Nt+1/Nt) vs. average 2-year female reproductive success, 1975–2004 (y = −0.1907 + 0.2589x, F1,14 = 6.48, P = 0.026, R2 = 0.35).

Figure S2  Short-term (2-year) adult female density (females km−2).

Figure S3  Short-term (2-year) relative cub productivity.

Figure S4  Short-term (2-year) relative reproductive success.

Figure S5  Linear regression of cub productivity and reproductive success vs. dry season rainfall, averaged across the study area within each 2-year period (cub productivity: n = 19 biennial time-steps, R2 = 0.41, P = 0.003; reproductive success: n = 19 biennial time-steps, R2 = 0.28, P = 0.02).

Table S1  Correlation table of landscape variables.

Table S2  Short-term (2-year) adult female density: Akaike weights (ω), plus mean and variance, for each alternative model for each time-step.

Table S3  Short-term (2-year) cub productivity: Akaike weights (ω), plus mean and variance, for each alternative model for each time-step.

Table S4  Short-term (2-year) reproductive success: Akaike weights (ω), plus mean and variance, for each alternative model for each time-step.

Table S5  Adult female density, cub productivity and reproductive success averaged over increasing time-scales vs. distance to river confluence.

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