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Please note that in Tables S1 to S4 we chose to compute the regression polynomial y(halbvis)for the reciprocal of inline image and inline imagedue to gains in numerical stability. In the same Tables, the fluxes inline imageare ambient fluxes at local noon time, Edir (without a subscript) is ambient direct daily energy whereas inline image is daily action energy (with a superscript for total, diffuse or direct) that damages the microbial population.

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Table S1. 1976 U.S. standard atmosphere with rural aerosols at latitude: 35° at four equinox and solstice dates.

Table S2. 1976 U.S. standard atmosphere with urban aerosols at latitude: 35° at four equinox and solstice dates.

Table S3. Midlatitude atmosphere with rural aerosols at latitude: 35° at four equinox and solstice dates.

Table S4. Midlatitude atmosphere with urban aerosols at latitude: 35° at four equinox and solstice dates.

Table S5. Mean |error| for latitude/date scaling of a reference atmosphere to four dates and four atmospheres.

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