Modeling Mercury Distribution in the Sarasota Bay Ecosystem Using SERAFM and Stable Isotope Ratios of Nitrogen (δ15N) in Biota

@inproceedings{HongYongSeok2014ModelingMD,
  title={Modeling Mercury Distribution in the Sarasota Bay Ecosystem Using SERAFM and Stable Isotope Ratios of Nitrogen (δ15N) in Biota},
  author={HongYong-Seok and RifkinErik and J BouwerEdward},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Conversion of CH3Hg+ concentrations in water to CH3Hg+ concentrations in fish tissue is critically important in characterizing Hg health risks to humans and biota in aquatic ecosystems. However, this is a challenging task due to complex biogeochemical CH3Hg+ processes that are replete with uncertainty. In the present study, the uncertainty was reduced by employing the Spreadsheet-based Ecological Risk Assessment for the Fate of Mercury (SERAFM) model and a linear relationship between… CONTINUE READING
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