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Table S1 The ‘crosswalk’ where we adapted NWI wetland classes and SLAMM coding to wetland communities and land use types typical to SEQ.

Table S2 Outcome of the SLAM model projections through to 2100, based on SLR.

Figure S1 Representation of landcover types in SEQ and for the SLAM Model at year 2010.

Figure S2 Representation of landcover types in SEQ and for the SLAM Model at year 2025.

Figure S3 Representation of landcover types in SEQ and for the SLAM Model at year 2050.

Figure S4 Representation of landcover types in SEQ and for the SLAM Model at year 2075.

Figure S5 Representation of landcover types in SEQ and for the SLAM Model at year 2100.

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