Anthropogenic Impacts on Global Storage and Emissions of Mercury from Terrestrial Soils : Insights from a New Global Model

@inproceedings{Smith2010AnthropogenicIO,
  title={Anthropogenic Impacts on Global Storage and Emissions of Mercury from Terrestrial Soils : Insights from a New Global Model},
  author={Nicole V Smith and Downey and Elsie M Sunderland and D. J. Jacob},
  year={2010}
}
[1] We develop a mechanistic global model of soil mercury storage and emissions that ties the lifetime of mercury in soils to the lifetime of the organic carbon pools it is associated with. We explore the implications of considering terrestrial mercury cycling in the framework of soil carbon cycling and suggest possible avenues of future research to test our assumptions and constrain this type of model. In our simulation, input of mercury to soil is by atmospheric deposition, in part through… CONTINUE READING

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