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ESM1. 2012. 2013 in unplowed area. 2013 in plowed area. 2011. a. b. c. d. Species richness. e. f. g. h. Vegetation cover (%). 0. 5000. 10000. 15000. 0. 5000. 10000. 15000. Accumulative temperatures (˚C).

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  1. ESM1 2012 2013 in unplowed area 2013 in plowed area 2011 a b c d Species richness e f g h Vegetation cover (%) 0 5000 10000 15000 0 5000 10000 15000 Accumulative temperatures (˚C) ESM1 Relationships with accumulative temperatures after snowmelt in OTCs to plant species richness (number of species) and vegetation cover (%) in 2011, 2012, and 2013 (mean  SD). In 2011, warming plots using open-top chambers (OTCs, closed circle) and control plots (CONTs, open circle) were established. In 2012, plots with snow removal (SRs, open square) at the time of snowmelt within OTCs were added. In 2013, half of the areaof all plots were plowed to disturb vegetation.

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