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  • Fig. S1. Distribution of the total restoration area in relation to the ROS in tropical rainforest landscapes.
  • Fig. S2. ROS of tropical rainforest landscapes of countries, with data renormalized for each country.
  • Fig. S3. ROS of tropical rainforest landscapes of biogeographical realms, with data renormalized for each realm (A, Neotropics; B, Afrotropics; C, Indo-Malaysia; D, Australasia).
  • Fig. S4. ROS of tropical rainforest landscapes of global hotspots for biodiversity conservation, with data renormalized for each hotspot.
  • Fig. S5. Identification of restorable areas.
  • Fig. S6. Restoration benefits.
  • Fig. S7. Restoration feasibility factors.
  • Table S1. Country‚Äôs ROS, restorable area, and restorable area with a restoration score of >0.6 of tropical rainforest landscapes and their national pledges to the Bonn Challenge.
  • Table S2. Mean ROS, total area, restorable area, and restorable area with a restoration score of >0.6 of ecoregions within tropical rainforest landscapes.
  • Table S3. Mean ROS, study area, restorable area, and restorable area with a restoration score of >0.6 of KBAs within tropical rainforest landscapes.
  • Table S4. Mean ROS, total area, restorable area, and restorable area with a restoration score of >0.6 of tropical rainforest landscapes among hotspots for biodiversity conservation.

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