Atmospheric Sources , Transport and Deposition of Mercury in Michigan : Two Years of Event Precipitation

@inproceedings{Hoyer2004AtmosphericS,
  title={Atmospheric Sources , Transport and Deposition of Mercury in Michigan : Two Years of Event Precipitation},
  author={Marion Hoyer and Jim Burke and Gerald Keeler},
  year={2004}
}
To assess the sources, transport and deposition of atmospheric mercury (Hg) in Michigan, a multi-site network was implemented in which Hg concentrations in event precipitation and ambient samples (vapor aod particulate phases) were determined. Results from the analysis of 2 years of event precipitation samples for Hg are reported here. The volume-weighted average Hg concentration in precipitation was 7.9, I 0.8 and 10.2 ng/L for the Pellston, South Haven and Dexter sites, respectively. Yearly… CONTINUE READING
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