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  • Fig. S1. ITRDB sites used in these analyses (N = 1314).
  • Fig. S2. Comparison of historical CVP change between PRISM (ΔCVPPRISM) and the UHCN (ΔCVPUSHCN).
  • Fig. S3. Historical changes in PRISM-derived CVP of the Southwest.
  • Fig. S4. Projected changes in cool-season CVP (1981–2010 versus 2071–2100) from each downscaled CMIP5 model.
  • Fig. S5. Projected changes in warm-season CVP (1981–2010 versus 2071–2100) from each downscaled CMIP5 model.
  • Fig. S6. Effect of species on the sensitivity of growth to precipitation extremes based on linear mixed effects models with random intercepts.
  • Fig. S7. Same as Fig. 4, but for the 3-month meteorological seasons.
  • Fig. S8. Model and diagnostics for the relationship between cool-season precipitation and growth in the Southwest.
  • Fig. S9. Same as Fig. 6, but with a linear, rather than asymmetric, growth relationship to precipitation.
  • Fig. S10. Number of multiyear runs (in the 10,000-year simulations) with simulated mean regional growth anomalies at least 1 SD below the historical mean.
  • Table S1. Coefficients (with SE and P values) from linear mixed effects models of site-level low and high seasonal extreme responses (κ).
  • Table S2. Downscaled CMIP5 models.

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