Empirical models for estimating mercury flux from soils.

@article{Lin2010EmpiricalMF,
  title={Empirical models for estimating mercury flux from soils.},
  author={Che-Jen Lin and Mae Sexauer Gustin and Pattaraporn Singhasuk and Chris S Eckley and Matthieu B. Miller},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={44 22},
  pages={8522-8}
}
Multiple parameters have been suggested to influence the exchange of mercury (Hg) between the atmosphere and soils. However, models applied for estimating soil Hg flux are simple and do not consider the potential synergistic and antagonist relationships between factors controlling the exchange. This study applied a two-level factorial experimental design in a gas exchange chamber (GEC) to investigate the individual and combined effects of three environmental factors (temperature, light, and… CONTINUE READING

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