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Fig. S1. Google Earth image of the sampling site. Fig. S2. High-altitude sampling sites. Fig. S3. Google Earth image of the Ljubljana sampling site. Fig. S4. Average temperature profile of the 10 g soil sample material during the warming (▪) and the cooling cycles (▴) of the FT experiment. Fig. S5. Relationship between microbial direct counts (cells g-1) (n=4, fields=20) and soil DNA content (ng g-1) (n=3) obtained from eight soils before the onset (▵) and after the completion of 10 FTC and additional 6 days of incubation at 4°C (▪). Fig. S6. Graphical representation of the data presented in Table 1: Corg, organic carbon content (%); Ntot, total nitrogen (%); sugars, cold water extract reductive sugars content (μg g-1); sand, silt, clay (%); soil moisture, WHC (g water g-1 soil).

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