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Figure S1: Projected vegetation reshuffling for each of the 16 Global Climate Models (GCMs) summarized as the Euclidean distance between the vector of current and future plant functional type fractions.

Figure S2: Fractional change in three plant functional types: Tropical broadleaf evergreen trees, Tropical broadleaf raingreen trees, and C4 grasses for eight of the 16 Global Climate Models (GCMs).

Figure S3: Fractional change in three plant functional types: Tropical broadleaf evergreen trees, Tropical broadleaf raingreen trees, and C4 grasses for eight of the 16 Global Climate Models (GCMs).

Table S1: Percentage of the humid tropical forest biome in each country with current major land use (LU) as expressed by deforestation and selective logging, predicted major climate change causing a reshuffling of vegetation types (C), a combination of climate change and land use (C+LU), and neither climate change nor land use (N). This table parallels that of Table 2 in the main text, but with the breakdown in remote sensing and modeling output organized by country containing at least 100,000 km2 of humid tropical forest (HTF).

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