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An assessment of global and regional emissions of trace metals to the atmosphere from anthropogenic sources worldwide
The results of this work conclude that stationary fossil fuel combustion continues to be the major source of Cr, Hg, Mn, Sb, Se, Sn, and Tl with respect to the coal combustion and the major sources of Ni and V withrespect to oil combustion.
Global anthropogenic mercury emission inventory for 2000
Global emission of mercury to the atmosphere from anthropogenic sources in 2005 and projections to 2020
Global Emission of Mercury from Anthropogenic Sources in 1995
An estimate of the global emission of mercury from anthropogenicsources in 1995 has been prepared. Major emphasis is placed onemissions from stationary combustion sources, non-ferrous…
Changes of emissions and atmospheric deposition of mercury, lead, and cadmium
European emissions of atmospheric mercury from anthropogenic sources in 1995
Current and future emissions of selected heavy metals to the atmosphere from anthropogenic sources in Europe
Four decades of gasoline lead emissions and control policies in Europe: a retrospective assessment.
Mapping 1995 global anthropogenic emissions of mercury