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Ever-wet tropical forests as biodiversity refuges

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Acknowledgements

We thank T. Brooks and V. Russell for reviewing an earlier version of this Correspondence; R. Boynton, M. Tobias, and D. Waetjen at the Information Center for the Environment at UC Davis for technical support; and R. Hijmans at UC Davis for developing the compilation of downscaled climate data.

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E.C.U and D.O. conceived and designed the study and wrote the Correspondence. A.D.H. and E.C.U. analysed the data and J.F.Q. contributed materials and conceptual advice.

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