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Fig. S1 Monthly rainfall measured at TNF from 2002 to 2004 and CAX from 2001 to 2008.

Fig. S2 Change in aboveground biomass (AGB; kg C m−2) with an 80% reduction (d80) in precipitation relative to the control (d0) simulations shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. S3 Time series of published periodic measurements of soil respiration (Rs) for CAX (Sotta et al., 2007) and concurrent individual model estimates for the control (d0) and treatment (d50) plots of CAX.

Fig. S4 Annual gross primary production (GPP; kg C m−2 yr−1) for TNF and CAX.

Fig. S5 Full 7-yr time series of the monthly mean water-stress factor (β) for CLM3.5, ED2, IBIS, JULES and SiB3 at each treatment level for TNF and CAX.

Fig. S6 Annual heterotrophic respiration (Rh; kg C m−2 yr−1) for TNF and CAX.

Fig. S7 Annual autotrophic respiration (Ra; kg C m−2 yr−1) for TNF and CAX.

nph12390-sup-0002-TableS1.docxWord document49KTable S1 Net and component ecosystem carbon fluxes (kg C m−2 yr−1) in the fourth year of the experiment for TNF and CAX
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Table S2 Explanation of symbols

Table S3 Formulations for the soil water-stress functions for CLM3.5, ED2, IBIS, JULES and SiB3

Table S4 Autotrophic respiration (Ra) formulations for CLM3.5, ED2, IBIS, JULES, SiB3 and SPA

Notes S1 Model-specific soil water-stress functions (β).

Notes S2 Model-specific autotrophic respiration formulations.

Notes S3 TFE site description and C-flux methods.

Notes S4 Soil standardization protocol.

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