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rec12049-sup-0001-AppendixS1.pdfPDF document133KAppendix S1. Detailed information about forest cover map, regional analysis, and data availability.
rec12049-sup-0002-FigureS1.pdfPDF document133KFigure S1. Importance of each focal landscape (FL) for biological flow among FLs (multiscale varIICflux, refer to Calculation of the IICflux in Appendix S1 for details) and as key elements for maintaining connectivity among FLs (varIICconnector) in biogeographical subregions (BSRs) in the Atlantic Forest (refer to text for detailed information on variable definitions and calculation). FLs with higher values of varIICconnector and lower values of multiscale varIICflux highlight the importance of some FLs that do not have high internal connectivity and high biological flow among surrounding landscapes but are very important for maintaining the biological flux in the BSR. FLs with lower varIICconnector and higher multiscale varIICflux indicate FLs that have high internal connectivity but are not bottlenecks because there are other surrounding landscapes with high connectivity that might act as alternative routes.

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