Use of Mercury Isotopes to Quantify Mercury Exposure Sources in Inland Populations, China.

@article{Du2018UseOM,
  title={Use of Mercury Isotopes to Quantify Mercury Exposure Sources in Inland Populations, China.},
  author={B. Yumei Du and Xinbin Feng and Ping Li and Runsheng Yin and Ben X B Yu and Jeroen E Sonke and Benjamin Guinot and Christopher W. N. Anderson and Laurence Maurice},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2018},
  volume={52 9},
  pages={5407-5416}
}
Mercury (Hg) isotopic compositions in hair and dietary sources from Wanshan (WS) Hg mining area, Guiyang (GY) urban area, and Changshun (CS) rural area were determined to identify the major Hg exposure sources of local residents. Rice and vegetables displayed low δ202Hg and small negative to zero Δ199Hg, and are isotopically distinguishable from fish which… CONTINUE READING