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Material S1. A description of the SPAtially Referenced Regression On Watershed attributes (SPARROW) model.

Material S2. Data Requirements/Specifications used in the Major River Basin number 3 (MRB3) SPARROW models (Table S1).

Material S3. Summary of measured (with Fluxmaster) and estimated (with SPARROW) loads for each monitoring site used in the calibration of the SPARROW models (Table S2).

Material S4. Description of the SPARROW input data.

Material S5. Figures demonstrating SPARROW model calibration for total phosphorus (TP) and total nitrogen (TN).

Material S6. Output from the MRB3 TP and TN SPARROW models for:

Loads and yields each Great Lake and nearby large river basin (Tables S3 and S4);

Loads and yield for and each HUC8 (Table S5);

Loads and yield for each tributary > 150 km2 to each Great Lake (Table S6). Tributaries to each Great Lake are ranked by relative loads and yields.

Material S7. Comparison of the yields and relative sources of P and N among Great Lakes watersheds with those from the Upper Mississippi River, Ohio River, and Red River watersheds.

Material S8. References for Supplemental Material.

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