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Fig. S1 Comparison of soil bacterial community diversity in remediated and reference sites Diversity indices calculated from frequency (of occurrence data for OTUs at each % SIL used in this study (80–98% SIL) are shown. Means from soil collected in remediated and reference sites are included. Diversity indices are A) Alpha Diversity E) Species Evenness C) Shannon Diversity D) Inverse of Simpson’s Dominance E) Species Richness and F) Simpson’s Dominance. SD is indicated with error bars.

Fig. S2 Comparison of soil bacterial community diversity in riparian and upland sites Diversity indices calculated from frequency of occurrence data for OTUs at each % SIL used in this study (80 – 98% SIL) are shown. Means from soil collected in riparian and upland sites are included. Diversity indices are A) Alpha Diversity E) Species Evenness C) Shannon Diversity D) Inverse of Simpson’s Dominance E) Species Richness and F) Simpson’s Dominance. SD is indicated with error bars.

Table S1. Primers for bar-coded massively parallel sequencing (bMPS) were produced by adding unique barcode sequences (underlined) between the ‘‘A’’ sequencing primer of Margulies et al. (2005) and the reverse 16S primer U529R (bold) of Watanabe et al. (2001). As sequencing was done in only the reverse direction, no barcode was necessary within the ‘‘B’’ construct.

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