Atmospheric mercury in the Southern Hemisphere tropics: seasonal and diurnal variations and influence of inter-hemispheric transport

@inproceedings{Howard2017AtmosphericMI,
  title={Atmospheric mercury in the Southern Hemisphere tropics: seasonal and diurnal variations and influence of inter-hemispheric transport},
  author={Dean Howard and Peter F. Nelson and Grant Carleton Edwards and Anthony L Morrison and Jenny A. Fisher and Jason K. Ward and James Harnwell and Marcel van der Schoot and Brad Atkinson and Scott D. Chambers and Alan D. Griffiths and Sylvester Werczynski and Anthony G. Williams},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract. Mercury is a toxic element of serious concern for human and environmental health. Understanding its natural cycling in the environment is an important goal towards assessing its impacts and the effectiveness of mitigation strategies. Due to the unique chemical and physical properties of mercury, the atmosphere is the dominant transport pathway for this heavy metal, with the consequence that regions far removed from sources can be impacted. However, there exists a dearth of long-term… CONTINUE READING

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