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This paper provides an up-to-date assessment of global mercury emissions from anthropogenic and natural sources. On an annual basis, natural sources account for 5207 Mg of mercury released to the global atmosphere , including the contribution from re-emission processes , which are emissions of previously deposited mercury originating from anthropogenic and(More)
Tree rings from three dendrochronologically dated bristlecone pines were analyzed for stable hydrogen isotopic composition. These trees give a continuous time series from 8000 years ago to the present that indicates the presence of a postglacial climate optimum 6800 years ago and a continuous cooling since then. The qualitative agreement between this record(More)
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ACP if available. Abstract East Asia contributes nearly 50% of the global anthropogenic mercury emissions into the atmosphere. Recently, there are concerns for(More)
Ceria nanoparticles are one of the key abrasive materials for chemical-mechanical planarization of advanced integrated circuits. However, ceria nanoparticles synthesized by existing techniques are irregularly faceted, and they scratch the silicon wafers and increase defect concentrations. We developed an approach for large-scale synthesis of single-crystal(More)
Dynamic flux chambers (DFCs) and micrometeo-rological (MM) methods are extensively deployed for gauging air–surface Hg 0 gas exchange. However, a systematic evaluation of the precision of the contemporary Hg 0 flux quantification methods is not available. In this study, the uncertainty in Hg 0 flux measured by the relaxed eddy accumulation (REA) method, the(More)
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