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grl29140-sup-0002-fs01.tifTIFF image3720KFigure S1. Locations of sites of long-term stream temperature records for minimally human-influenced and highly human-influenced watersheds in the Pacific continental United States.
grl29140-sup-0003-fs02.tifTIFF image12146KFigure S2. Site locations, showing significance of trends over entire period of record in stream temperature in minimally human-influenced and highly human-influenced watersheds.
grl29140-sup-0004-fs03.tifTIFF image12335KFigure S3. Site locations and significance of trends in stream temperature since 1987 in minimally human-influenced and highly human-influenced watersheds.
grl29140-sup-0005-fs04.tifTIFF image6146KFigure S4. Number of minimally human-influenced sites with significant trends in magnitude of stream temperature by month for entire period of record and since 1987.
grl29140-sup-0006-fs05.tifTIFF image2844KFigure S5. Cumulative stream temperature trends by year for minimally and highly human influenced sites.
grl29140-sup-0007-ts01.txtplain text document2KTable S1. Characteristics of minimally human-influenced watersheds (n = 18) and time series examined in this study.
grl29140-sup-0008-ts02.txtplain text document4KTable S2. Characteristics of highly human-influenced watersheds (n = 45) and time series examined in this study.
grl29140-sup-0009-ts03.txtplain text document3KTable S3. Trends in stream temperatures over entire period of record at minimally human-influences watersheds, analyzed using the seasonal Mann-Kendall test and Sen slope estimator.
grl29140-sup-0010-ts04.txtplain text document2KTable S4. Trends in stream temperatures since-1987 at minimally human-influenced watersheds.
grl29140-sup-0011-ts05.txtplain text document3KTable S5. Trends in stream temperature over entire period of record at highly human-influenced watersheds.
grl29140-sup-0012-ts06.txtplain text document4KTable S6. Trends in stream temperature at highly human-influenced sites. Analyses of trends of mean monthly minimum, mean and maximum were calculated with the seasonal Mann-Kendall test and Sen slope estimator.
grl29140-sup-0013-ts07.txtplain text document3KTable S7. Trends in standard deviation of stream temperature over entire period of record for highly human-influenced sites.
grl29140-sup-0014-ts08.txtplain text document3KTable S8. Trends in standard deviation of stream temperature (1987–2009) at highly human-influenced sites.
grl29140-sup-0015-ts09.txtplain text document1KTable S9. Spearman rank correlation between significant stream temperature trends for MIN/MEAN/MAX and selected watershed characteristics for entire period of record.
grl29140-sup-0016-ts10.txtplain text document1KTable S10. Spearman rank correlation analysis between significant stream temperature trends for MIN/MEAN/MAX and selected watershed characteristics for the period including 1987–2009.

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