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Data S1. Material and methods.

Fig. S1. Map of sampling cities in China.

Fig. S2. Chemical and biological properties of soil samples collected from 16 urban parks in China.

Fig. S3. α-Diversity comparison between cities.

Fig.S4. Detrended correspondence analysis (DCA) of pyrosequencing data.

Fig. S5. Relationship between relative abundances of Proteobacteria and Actinobacteria.

Table S1. Geographical information for sampling sites of 16 urban parks from 16 cities of China.

Table S2. Urbanization indexes of 16 sampling cities in China.

Table S3. Overview of the results of quality filtering, chimera detection and analysis for all 95 soil samples collected from 16 city parks of China.

Table S4. α-Diversity at the depth of 2650 sequences of urban park soil bacterial from 16 cities of China.

Table S5. Correlation between soil bacterial α-diversity and soil properties of soil samples collected from 16 city parks of China.

Table S6. Classified orders from all the soil samples collected from 16 city parks of China.

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