Measurements of atmospheric mercury in Shanghai during September 2009

@inproceedings{Friedli2010MeasurementsOA,
  title={Measurements of atmospheric mercury in Shanghai during September 2009},
  author={Hans R. Friedli and Avelino F Arellano and Fuhai Geng and Chunxiao Cai and Lin Pan},
  year={2010}
}
We report on total gaseous mercury (TGM) measurements made in Pudong, Shanghai in August/September 2009. The average TGM was 2.7± 1.7 ng m−3. This represents about 90% of the total atmospheric mercury. This is an underestimate for an annual-mean concentration because the meteorology in September favored predominantly easterly oceanic air, replaced in other seasons by airflow from industrial areas. The observed TGM follows a pattern seen in other cities around the world: a background elevated… CONTINUE READING

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