Current methods of estimating atmospheric mercury fluxes in remote areas.

  • Per Rasmussen
  • Published 1994 in Environmental science & technology


Evaluation of the impact of anthropogenic mercury (Hg) emissions to the atmosphere requires an understanding of natural background levels and cycling processes. Baseline geochemical surveys indicate that Hg is a significant and highly variable natural constituent of bedrock, surficial sediments, and vegetation. To evaluate the geological contribution of Hg… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es00062a006


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