Tracking contaminants in seabirds of Arctic Canada: temporal and spatial insights.

Abstract

Levels and trends of persistent organic pollutants and trace elements in seabirds breeding in the vast Canadian Arctic have been monitored since 1975. Data from this monitoring have indicated both spatial and temporal variation across the region, attributable in part to differences in species' diets, differences in regional deposition patterns, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.05.012

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@article{Mallory2012TrackingCI, title={Tracking contaminants in seabirds of Arctic Canada: temporal and spatial insights.}, author={Mark L. Mallory and Birgit M Braune}, journal={Marine pollution bulletin}, year={2012}, volume={64 7}, pages={1475-84} }