Dynamic Surface Interface Exchanges of Mercury : A Review and Compartmentalized Modeling Framework

@inproceedings{Bash2006DynamicSI,
  title={Dynamic Surface Interface Exchanges of Mercury : A Review and Compartmentalized Modeling Framework},
  author={Jesse O. Bash and Patricia A. Bresnahan and David R. Miller},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents a review of recent natural surface mercury exchange research in the context of a new modeling framework. The literature indicates that the mercury biogeochemical flux is more dynamic than the current models predict, with interacting multimedia storage and processes. Although several natural mercury emissions models have been created and incorporated into air quality models (AQMs), none are coupled with air quality models on a mass balance basis, and all lack the capacity to… CONTINUE READING