Atmospheric mercury speciation in urban air: Identifying the relative importance of local anthropogenic sources in Detroit, Michigan

Atmospheric mercury speciation in urban air: Identifying the relative importance of local anthropogenic sources in Detroit, Michigan

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Mercury (Hg) in the atmosphere exists mainly in three forms: gaseous elemental mercury (GEM), reactive gaseous mercury (RGM), and particulate-bound mercury (HgP). The relative contributions from local versus regional and global sources to the levels of atmospheric Hg and the subsequent deposition is a topic of debate, which can in turn influence regulatory policies aiming to control anthropogenic Hg source emissions to reduce bioaccumulation of this toxic element in the ecosystem.Source-receptor relationships for mercury in Urban Detroit, Michigan, Atmospheric Environment 39, 3144-3155. Malcolm ... Research 109, D11301, doi :10.1029/2003JD004364 Poissant L., Pilote, M., Beauvais, C., Constant, P., Zhang, H.H., 2005. ... Tekran Model 1130 mercury speciation unit and Model 1135-P particulate mercury unit User Manual, Toronto, Canada. ... Gaseous elemental mercury in the marine boundary layer: evidence for rapid removal in anthropogenic pollution.


Title:Atmospheric mercury speciation in urban air: Identifying the relative importance of local anthropogenic sources in Detroit, Michigan
Author: Bian Liu, University of Michigan
Publisher: - 2007
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