High variability of atmospheric mercury in the summertime boundary layer through the central Arctic Ocean

@inproceedings{Yu2014HighVO,
  title={High variability of atmospheric mercury in the summertime boundary layer through the central Arctic Ocean},
  author={Juan Yu and Zhouqing Xie and Hui Kang and Zheng Li and Chen Sun and Lingen Bian and Pengfei Zhang},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2014}
}
The biogeochemical cycles of mercury in the Arctic springtime have been intensively investigated due to mercury being rapidly removed from the atmosphere. However, the behavior of mercury in the Arctic summertime is still poorly understood. Here we report the characteristics of total gaseous mercury (TGM) concentrations through the central Arctic Ocean from July to September, 2012. The TGM concentrations varied considerably (from 0.15 ng/m(3) to 4.58 ng/m(3)), and displayed a normal… CONTINUE READING

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