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  • Table S1. Site information in global meta-analysis.
  • Table S2. Effects of mean annual precipitation (MAP), mean annual temperature (MAT), experimental warming magnitude, duration, and their interactions on relative changes in NEP across global herbaceous ecosystems with a linear mixed-effect model.
  • Table S3. Repeated-measures ANOVA results (F values) on the effects of warming (W), year (Y), and their interactions on GEP, ER, NEP, ST (Tsoil), and moisture (Msoil).
  • Table S4. Repeated-measures ANOVA results (F values) on the effects of warming (W), measured time (T), and their interactions on GEP, ER, NEP, ST (Tsoil), and moisture (Msoil) in 2014–2016.
  • Table S5. Comparison of the nonthreshold and threshold models based on the AIC for GEP, ER, and NEP.
  • Table S6. Coefficients of threshold model (means and 95% confidence intervals) (Eq. 4).
  • Fig. S1. Seasonal dynamics and means of ST and SWC at 10-cm depth under three warming treatments in 2014 to 2016.
  • Fig. S2. Seasonal means of GEP, ER, and NEP under different warming treatments in 2014 to 2016.
  • Fig. S3. Warming-induced changes in GEP, ER, and NEP within the year.
  • Fig. S4. Relationships between ST and GEP, ER, or NEP across seasons and plots.
  • Fig. S5. Relationships between warming-induced response ratio of ecosystem carbon fluxes with monthly precipitation.
  • Fig. S6. The relationship between response ratio of monthly mean SWC and monthly precipitation in a precipitation gradient experiment at our study site from 2015 to 2016.
  • Fig. S7. Relationships between the modeled and observed values of carbon fluxes with 1:1 line.
  • Fig. S8. Relationships between SWC and ecosystem C fluxes within peak growing seasons (July and August).
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