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Table S1 Additional spring water chemistry not shown in Table 1.

Table S2 Selected output from DOTUR (Schloss and Handelsman, 2004) for individual bacterial (L1 and L4) and archaeal (L2 and L5) 16S rRNA gene libraries from springs LHC1, 3 and 4.

Table S3 Top BlastN hits of LHC OTU sequence representatives to full-length or near-full-length (covering >80% of the sequence) 16S rRNA gene sequences from cultured and uncultured organisms in the NCBI database.

Table S4 Chemical affinity (numerically equivalent to the ΔGr of the reaction) of potential metabolic reactions in LHC1, 3, and 4, normalized to the number of electrons transferred per reaction (indicated in parentheses after each reaction).

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