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S. Figure, Left y-axes indicate the rainfall intensity (mm d -1 ) (blue bars), while right y-axes indicate the measured (points) and simulated (line) average water outflows (mm), p.152, 2006.

S. Figure, The measured and simulated average daily and cumulative water outflows of the lysimetric plots (4 replicates) between, p.153, 2012.

S. Figure, Comparison between simulated (solid blue line) and observed (red dotted line) temperature values at 50 cm depth of soil profile in the lysimeter column, p.153

S. Figure, Dynamics the total bioavailable amount of PHE against the variation of soil temperature at 20 cm depth, p.157

S. Figure, Comparison between PHE simulated breakthrough and 16 PAH measured breakthrough over the calibration period (a) and validation period (b) The shaded areas represent the 95% confidence intervals of simulated values considering only input values uncertainty. (?) represent the mean value and 95% confidence intervals of observed data considering all uncertainties, p.158

S. Figure, Comparison mean annual air temperature for the two future climatic change scenarios: A2: the most intense; B2 the most modest, p.160

S. Figure, Rainfall ? ETP) for the two future climatic change scenarios, A2, the most intense and B2, the most modest, p.160

S. Figure, Mean annual soil water content (a) and mean annual soil temperature (b) over 40 years (2010- 2049) predicted at 20 cm depth using the two future climatic change scenarios, p.160

S. V. Figure and .. , The new PAH model integrated in VSoil platform: Scheme of the interconnections (bold lines) of the different modules considered in PAH model, p.184

S. V. Figure and .. , 20 cm depth of soil profile. b) Comparison of temperature simulated by Vsoil versus simulated by Chalhoub et al., (2013) values at 20 cm depth of soil profile, 0192.

S. V. Figure and .. , MSW-simulated (dashed-pointed lines) and GWS-simulated results (solid lines) for the organic C mineralization kinetics of applied compost

S. V. Figure and W. , Comparison of simulated versus observed for the total extractable fractions PAH in the top soil of the two treatments: GWS and MSW. The bold solid line represents the simulation results by taking into account 50 % confidence intervals (i.e. the median) of observed PAH data as initial conditions. (?) indicates ± standard deviations of observed data