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Table S1. Pollen taxa (>3% in any one sample) included within “other tree” and “non-tree” pollen groups in Fig. 3a-c. Classification follows predominant growth forms for taxon as indicated in Gentry (1993) or Smith et al. (2004).

Fig. S1. Age versus depth curves for the three study sites: (a) Salar de Uyuni (Fritz et al. 2004), (b) Huinñaimarca (Tomos 2007) and (c) Lago Grande (Hanselman et al. in review).

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