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  • Catchment-averaged SWE trend characteristics
  • By-catchment seasonal trends
  • Seasonal trend decomposition coefficients
  • fig. S1. APHRODITE station density (13).
  • fig. S2. Annual trends in SWE volume (1987 to 2009), as derived from SSMI data, with major regional watersheds (black outlines).
  • fig. S3. Syr Darya seasonal trends.
  • fig. S4. Amu Darya seasonal trends.
  • fig. S5. Tarim seasonal trends.
  • fig. S6. Tibetan Plateau seasonal trends.
  • fig. S7. Ganges seasonal trends.
  • fig. S8. Indus seasonal trends.
  • fig. S9. Impact of removal of glacier areas on trend patterns.
  • fig. S10. Percentage of time by season above 150-mm SWE.
  • fig. S11. Percentage of time by season above 120-mm SWE.
  • fig. S12. DJF and MAM SWE trends with areas impacted by PM signal saturation removed.
  • fig. S13. Impact of weighted regression on full-year SWE trends.
  • fig. S14. Impact of weighted regression on DJF SWE trends.
  • fig. S15. Changes in SWE trends when an uncertainty margin is introduced.
  • table S1. Full-year catchment-aggregated SWE trends above 500 m asl.
  • table S2. DJF catchment-aggregated SWE trends above 500 m asl.
  • table S3. MAM catchment-aggregated SWE trends above 500 m asl.
  • table S4. JJA catchment-aggregated SWE trends above 500 m asl.
  • table S5. SON catchment-aggregated SWE trends above 500 m asl.

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