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Table S1. List of analytes and surrogates for USGS NWQL Schedule 2080 pharmaceutical compounds in filtered water, with Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry numbers and method reporting limits (RL; in μg/l).

Table S2. List of analytes and surrogates for USGS NWQL Schedule 4433 wastewater indicator compounds in unfiltered water, with Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry numbers and method reporting limits (RL; in μg/l).

Table S3. List of analytes and surrogates for USGS NWQL Schedule 4434 hormone compounds in unfiltered water, with Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry numbers and method reporting limits (RL; in ng/l).

Table S4. List of analytes and surrogates for USGS NWQL Schedule 5433 wastewater indicator compounds in sediment, with Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry numbers and method reporting limits (RL; in μg/kg).

Table S5. List of analytes and surrogates for USGS NWQL Schedule 6434 hormone compounds in sediment, with Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry numbers and method reporting limits (RL; in μg/kg).

Table S6. Detection maxima, frequencies, and reporting levels for nine analytes (USGS NWQL Schedule 4433, wastewater indicator compounds in unfiltered water) detected in at least one blank. Concentrations are in μg/l.

Table S7. Significance results for analytes and analyte groups according to the Kruskal-Wallis and Tukey HSD Tests (p < 0.05).

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