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Table S1. SOCs measured in fish by two modes of ionization.

Table S2. Number of fish exceeding subsistence fish consumption threshold established for human health. Numerator indicates number of fish exceeding consumption limit and denominator indicates number of fish analyzed. Shaded cells depict an exceedance. No fish exceeded the recreational fish consumption threshol

Table S3. Number of fish exceeding kingfisher health thresholds. Numerator indicates number of fish exceeding consumption limit and denominator indicates number of fish analyzed. Shaded cells depict an exceedance. No fish exceeded the mink or river otter health thresholds. Park codes identified in Table 1.

Table S4. Subcooled Vapor Pressure (Pa), Log KOW, and Log KOA at 25oC (EPA, 2012) for 12 pesticides frequently measured in fish.

Figure S1. Mean SOC concentrations in fish (ng/g lipid), by national park, in the current research (2006-2011). Those SOCs excluded from Figure 1 are displayed here. Bars represent standard error. The number of fish, n, for each park is listed on the graph. ND, no detect; *, ND > 50% of lake fish.

Figure S2. Concentrations of SOCs in fish (ng/g lipid) from current research (2006-2011) and previous study (2003-2005). Top of bar indicates the mean concentration and the circles indicate concentrations of individual fish. Black bars depict data from the current, post-WACAP study; white bars depict previously published data from WACAP (Ackerman et al., 2008; Landers et al., 2010). ND, no detect; *, ND > 50% of lake fish. Parks ordered by region on the x-axis (L to R: Alaskan, Cascades, Sierra Nevada, Rockies); park codes identified in Table 1. Data are plotted on a log10 scale.

Figure S3. Concentrations of SOCs in fish (ng/g ww) compared to human health fish consumption thresholds. Dashed lines represent the subsistence threshold; solid lines represent the recreational threshold. Top of bar indicates the mean concentration and the circles indicate concentrations of individual fish. Black bars depict data from the current study (2006-2011); white bars depict previously published data (2003-2005) (Ackerman et al., 2008; Landers et al., 2010). ND, no detect; *, ND > 50% of lake fish. Parks ordered by region on the x-axis (L to R: Alaskan, Cascades, Sierra Nevada, Rockies); park codes identified in Table 1. Data are plotted on a log10 scale.

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