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Figure S1 Example of landscape buffers around a population monitoring site.

Figure S2 Correlations between landscape heterogeneity variables at different scales.

Figure S3 Most appropriate landscape scale for species with CV variability measure.

Table S1 Species’ coefficients for landscape heterogeneity and variability (eqn 1).

Table S2 Species’ coefficients for landscape heterogeneity and variability (eqn 2).

Table S3 Species’ coefficients for landscape heterogeneity and variability (eqn 3).

Table S4 Multispecies summary of abundance- population variability relationships.

Table S5 Multispecies summary of habitat heterogeneity- population variability relationships.

Table S6 Multispecies summary of topographic aspect diversity- population variability relationships.

Table S7 Multispecies summary of topographic slope diversity- population variability relationships.

Table S8 Habitat classes used in the analysis.

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