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Appendix S1. Description of the SSLE Algorithm.

Appendix S2. Details to the SSLE Looping Scheme.

Figure S1. K-field from the stochastic inversion of a pumping test performed at PW1-3: (a) K-field; (b) variance associated with the estimated K-field. Solid black circle indicates the pumping location. Note that the square formed by the slices in the main figure corresponds to the outer edges of the field plot. The inset image for each figure is a cross section through the middle of the central square. This corresponds to cross sections through CMT2 to CMT1 (section oriented N-S), and CMT4 to CMT3 (section oriented E-W).

Figure S2. K-field from the stochastic inversion of a pumping test performed at PW5-3: (a) K-field; (b) variance associated with the estimated K-field. Solid black circle indicates the pumping location. Note that the square formed by the slices in the main figure corresponds to the outer edges of the field plot. The inset image for each figure is a cross section through the middle of the central square. This corresponds to cross sections through CMT2 to CMT1 (section oriented N-S), and CMT4 to CMT3 (section oriented E-W).

Figure S3. K-field from the stochastic inversion of a pumping test performed at PW3-3: (a) K-field; (b) variance associated with the estimated K-field. Solid black circle indicates the pumping location. Note that the square formed by the slices in the main figure corresponds to the outer edges of the field plot. The inset image for each figure is a cross section through the middle of the central square. This corresponds to cross sections through CMT2 to CMT1 (section oriented N-S), and CMT4 to CMT3 (section oriented E-W).

Figure S4. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the Keff estimate obtained for test PW1-3 (Case 1).

Figure S5. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the Keff estimate obtained for test PW5-3 (Case 1).

Figure S6. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the Keff estimate obtained for test PW3-3 (Case 1).

Figure S7. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the heterogeneous K distribution obtained for test PW1-3 (Case 2).

Figure S8. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the heterogeneous K distribution obtained for test PW5-3 (Case 2).

Figure S9. Scatter plots of observed vs. simulated drawdown for (a) PW4-3, (b) PW1-3, (c) PW5-3, and (d) PW3-3 at observation ports reaching steady state. Simulated drawdown values are computed with the heterogeneous K distribution obtained for test PW3-3 (Case 2).

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