A 320 Year Ice-Core Record of Atmospheric Hg Pollution in the Altai, Central Asia.

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Anthropogenic emissions of the toxic heavy metal mercury (Hg) have substantially increased atmospheric Hg levels during the 20th century compared to preindustrial times. However, on a regional scale, atmospheric Hg concentration or deposition trends vary to such an extent during the industrial period that the consequences of recent Asian emissions on… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b03140

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@article{Eyrikh2017A3Y, title={A 320 Year Ice-Core Record of Atmospheric Hg Pollution in the Altai, Central Asia.}, author={Stella Eyrikh and Anja Eichler and Leonhard Tobler and Natalia Malygina and Tatyana Papina and Margit Schwikowski}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2017}, volume={51 20}, pages={11597-11606} }