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Table S1. Methods used for nutrient analyses and detection limits. *PQL = Practical Quantitation Limit – units in μg L−1.

Table S2. PERMANOVAs comparing oxygen-based benthic fluxes among detrital treatments (trt; three levels, fixed: four sources, two sourcesa, and two sourcesb), mix identity (mix; two levels, random: nested in treatment), and biomass (two levels, fixed: 40 g, 60 g). NPP, GPP, CR, and AOF indicate net primary productivity, gross primary productivity, community respiration, and average oxygen flux, respectively. Terms significant at α = 0.05 are highlighted in bold.

Table S3. PERMANOVAs comparing ammonium (NH4+) and nitrate + nitrite (NOx) benthic fluxes among detrital treatments (trt; three levels, fixed: four sources, two sourcesa, and two sourcesb), mix identity (mix; two levels, random: nested in treatment), and biomass (two levels, fixed: 40g, 60g). D, L, N represent dark, light, and net fluxes, respectively. Terms significant at α = 0.05 are highlighted in bold.

Table S4. PERMANOVAs comparing dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) and dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) benthic fluxes among detrital treatments (trt; three levels, fixed: four sources, two sourcesa, and two sourcesb), mix identity (mix; two levels, random: nested in treatment), and biomass (two levels, fixed: 40g, 60g). D, L, N represent dark, light, and net fluxes, respectively. Terms significant at α = 0.05 are highlighted in bold.

Table S5. PERMANOVAs comparing dissolved organic phosphorous (DOP) and dissolved inorganic phosphorous (DIP) benthic fluxes among detrital treatments (trt; three levels, fixed: four sources, two sourcesa, and two sourcesb), mix identity (mix; two levels, random: nested in treatment), and biomass (two levels, fixed: 40g, 60g). D, L, N represent dark, light, and net fluxes, respectively. Terms significant at α = 0.05 are highlighted in bold.

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