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Fig. S1 Volumetric soil water content (VWC) at a depth of 5–25 cm averaged across the 4 months of maximum plant productivity (May–August), and monthly total precipitation.

Fig. S2 Inorganic soil N in subplots with L. dalmatica and without.

Table S1 ANOVA results for effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on L. dalmatica biomass and reproduction

Table S2 ANOVA results for effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on L. dalmatica survival and growth

Table S3 ANOVA results for effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on photosynthesis (A), stomatal conductance (g), instantaneous water use efficiency (A/g) and the maximum rate of carboxylation (Vcmax) in L. dalmatica and P. smithii

Table S4 ANOVA results for effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on Δ13C for L. dalmatica and P. smithii

Table S5 ANCOVA results and regression coefficients for effects of elevated CO2, temperature, and soil water content on photosynthesis (A) and stomatal conductance (g), in L. dalmatica and P. smithii

Notes S1 CO2 and warming effects on soil volumetric water content.

Notes S2 Evaluation of how transplanting may have influenced effects of elevated CO2 and warming on L. dalmatica.