atmospheric mercury Books

  • Mercury

    Mercury, the planet closest to the Sun, is different in several respects from the other three terrestrial planets. In appearance, it resembles the heavily cratered surface of the Moon, but its density is high, it has a magnetic field and magnetosphere, but no atmosphere or ionosphere. This book reviews the progress made in Mercury studies since ...

  • Mercury Fate and Transport in the Global Atmosphere

    Mercury, primarily because of its existence and bioaccumulation as methylmercury in aquatic organisms, is a concern for the health of higher trophic level organisms, or to their consumers. This is the major factor driving current research in mercury globally and in environmental regulation, and is the driver for the current UNEP Global Partnership ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Atmospheric Analysis

    Volume 11.07 provides standardized methods, practices, guides, and terminology pertaining to air quality in outdoor, indoor, and workplace environments. Analytes include inorganic compounds (e.g., lead, mercury, beryllium, various sulfur and nitrogen compounds), organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and ...

  • Mercury Contaminated Sites

    This book presents an up-to-date overview of the characterization, risk assessment and remediation of mercury-contaminated sites. Many industrial activities, including the mining of gold, silver, and mercury itself, have caused mercury contamination of terrestrial and aquatic systems. Unlike other metals, which are generally not very volatile, ...

  • Ecosystem Responses to Mercury Contamination: Indicators of Change

    Drawing on the knowledge of international experts in the fields of atmospheric transport and deposition, mercury cycling in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and mercury bioaccumulation in aquatic foodwebs and wildlife, Ecosystem Responses to Mercury Contamination: Indicators of Change presents the information needed to design a national-scale ...

  • Ecosystem Responses to Mercury Contamination: Indicators of Change

    As rising levels of mercury in the environment pose an increasing threat of toxicity to humans and wildlife, several laws already call for industries to reduce mercury emissions at the source. Ecosystem Responses to Mercury Contamination: Indicators of Change outlines the infrastructure and methods needed to measure, monitor, and regulate the ...

  • Global and Regional Mercury Cycles: Sources, Fluxes and Mass Balances

    Essential themes in the biochemical cycling of mercury are the relative importance of anthropogenic versus natural sources, transformation and migration processes at the local, regional and global scale, global emission inventories of different mercury sources (both point and diffuse) of both natural and anthropogenic origin. In this regard, ...

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