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The fate of tropical forest fragments

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Science Advances  11 Mar 2020:
Vol. 6, no. 11, eaax8574
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aax8574

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    Fig. S1. Country data for total fragment area in 2000 and 2001–2018 forest loss area within fragments of >10 km2, lines reflect percentage of 2001–2018 loss from the year 2000 fragment area.

    Fig. S2. A locally adaptive procedure for delineating forest fragments in a heterogeneous forested landscape in southern Ghana.

    Fig. S3. A subset of Fig. 4 for Central Africa with example fragments from ~100, ~1000, 10,000, and 100,000 km2 and mega-fragment groupings.

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    • Fig. S1. Country data for total fragment area in 2000 and 2001–2018 forest loss area within fragments of >10 km2, lines reflect percentage of 2001–2018 loss from the year 2000 fragment area.
    • Fig. S2. A locally adaptive procedure for delineating forest fragments in a heterogeneous forested landscape in southern Ghana.
    • Fig. S3. A subset of Fig. 4 for Central Africa with example fragments from ~100, ~1000, 10,000, and 100,000 km2 and mega-fragment groupings.

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