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Table S1. Toxicity benchmarks for survival, growth and reproduction of fish species.

Table S2. Toxicity benchmarks for survival, growth and reproduction of non-fish aquatic species.

Table S3. Chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) with monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 for aqueous exposure in an effluent dominated inland waterway (Scenario 1).

Table S4. Chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) with monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 for aqueous exposure in a coastal embayment (Scenario 2).

Table S5. Chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) with monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 for sediment exposure in a coastal embayment (Scenario 2).

Table S6. Chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) with monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 for sediment exposure in the ocean discharge of municipal WWTP effluent (Scenario 3).

Table S7. Chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) with monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 in tissues.

Table S8. Monitoring trigger quotients (MTQs) >1 for antibiotics/antibacterial agents in an effluent dominated inland waterway (Scenario 1).

Table S9. Guidance for developing workplans for targeted chemical monitoring and pilot/special studies. FW = fresh water; M = include in monitoring programs; NA = not applicable; RW = receiving water.

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