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Atmospheric transport, chemistry and deposition of mercury



Atmospheric transport, chemistry and deposition of mercury



Atmospheric Environment 32(5): 807-940



Selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, held in Hamburg, Germany, 4-8 August 1996, are presented. The conference was divided into six major themes: Analytical, Human Health, Contaminated Sites, Aquatic Systems, Atmosphere and Biogeochemical Cycling.

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