Observational and modeling constraints on global anthropogenic enrichment of mercury.

@article{Amos2015ObservationalAM,
  title={Observational and modeling constraints on global anthropogenic enrichment of mercury.},
  author={Helen M Amos and Jeroen E Sonke and Daniel Obrist and Nicholas A. Robins and Nicole A. Hagan and Hannah M. Horowitz and Robert Peter Mason and Melanie Witt and Ian M. Hedgecock and Elizabeth S. Corbitt and Elsie M Sunderland},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 7},
  pages={4036-47}
}
Centuries of anthropogenic releases have resulted in a global legacy of mercury (Hg) contamination. Here we use a global model to quantify the impact of uncertainty in Hg atmospheric emissions and cycling on anthropogenic enrichment and discuss implications for future Hg levels. The plausibility of sensitivity simulations is evaluated against multiple independent lines of observation, including natural archives and direct measurements of present-day environmental Hg concentrations. It has been… CONTINUE READING

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