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Appendix A: A list of the names of the community types used in the selection of occurrences of highly ranked communities in Michigan, USA.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A1.

Appendix B: A table of land and vegetation cover types used in creating geographic information system data layers of Michigan's land cover ca. 1800 and a coverage of unchanged vegetation.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A2.

Appendix C: A map of Michigan's land cover ca. 1800.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A3.

Appendix D: A map of Michigan's unchanged land cover ca. 1800.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A4.

Appendix E: A table showing the results of two correlation analyses of conservation value across 1900 Michigan townships, determined using the species richness and species occurrences in five groups of potential indicators.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A5.

Appendix F: A table of results from a principal-components analysis of the number of occurrences of potential indicator species in 924 townships in Michigan.
Ecological Archives A016-011-A6.


Supplement 1: Two geographic information system data layers showing Michigan's land cover ca. 1800 and unchanged land cover ca. 1980.
Ecological Archives A016-011-S1.

Supplement 2: Five geographic information system layers specifying the size and location of areas of high conservation value that were used in this study.
Ecological Archives A016-011-S2.


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