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Some Sources and Sinks of Monomethyl and Inorganic Mercury

Summary: Some Sources and Sinks of
Monomethyl and Inorganic Mercury
on Ellesmere Island in the
Canadian High Arctic
V I N C E N T L . S T . L O U I S , * ,
M A R T I N J . S H A R P ,
A L E X A N D R A S T E F F E N , A L M A Y ,
J O E L B A R K E R , J A N E L . K I R K ,
D A V I D J . A . K E L L Y , ,
S H E L L E Y E . A R N O T T , |
B R O N W Y N K E A T L E Y , | A N D
J O H N P . S M O L |
Department of Biological Sciences and Department of Earth
and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada T6G 2E9, Meteorological Service of Canada,
Environment Canada, 4905 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Ontario,
Canada M3H 5T4, and Department of Biology, Queen's
University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6
We identified some of the sources and sinks of monomethyl
mercury (MMHg) and inorganic mercury (HgII) on Ellesmere


Source: Arnott, Shelley - Department of Biology, Queen's University (Kingston)


Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology; Biology and Medicine