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Figure S1. Sensitivity analysis of the power of surveys to detect changes in occupancy of Indri indri (left column) or Propithecus diadema/Eulemur fulvus (right column) to uncertainty in probability of detection (P) or occupancy (ψ or psi). The panels in the top row relate to a survey designed for I. indri (number of visits per site, K = 5 and number of sites, s = 55), the middle row relates to a survey designed for P. diadema/E. fulvus (K = 14, s = 32), and the bottom row relates to a survey which adopts the optimal compromise for monitoring the three species together (K = 11, s = 45). Power to detect a decline of 0.3 in occupancy is indicated on the y axes, values of P are shown on the x axes, while different values of ψ are indicated by different coloured lines. Vertical dashed grey lines indicate the actual value of P estimated from our study.

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Table S1. Summary of model selection for Indri indri. In the model specifications, P is the probability of detection and ψ is occupancy. The notation (.) indicates that the component was modelled as a single parameter for all areas, while (mining) indicates that different parameter estimates were obtained for areas with and without indications of mining activity.

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Table S2. Summary of model selection for Propithecus diadema. The notation (.) indicates that the component was modelled as a single parameter for all areas, while (mining) indicates that different parameter estimates were obtained for areas with and without indications of mining activity.

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Table S3. Summary of model selection for Eulemur rufus. The notation (.) indicates that the component was modelled as a single parameter for all areas, while (mining) indicates that different parameter estimates were obtained for areas with and without indications of mining activity.

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