Satellite telemetry informs PCB source apportionment in a mobile, high trophic level marine mammal: the ringed seal (Pusa hispida).

@article{Brown2014SatelliteTI,
  title={Satellite telemetry informs PCB source apportionment in a mobile, high trophic level marine mammal: the ringed seal (Pusa hispida).},
  author={Tanya M. Brown and Sebasti{\'a}n P. Luque and Becky Sjare and Aaron Thomas Fisk and Caren C. Helbing and Ken J Reimer},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 22},
  pages={13110-9}
}
Marine mammals are typically poor indicators of point sources of environmental contaminants as a consequence of their often complex feeding ecologies and extensive movements, all of which mask the contributions of specific inputs. The release of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) by a military radar station into Saglek Bay, Labrador (Canada) has contaminated… CONTINUE READING