Mercury loading within the Selenga River Basin and Lake Baikal, Siberia

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Adams , Jennifer; Yang, Handong; Mackay , Anson; Vologina, Elena; Rose , Neil; Shchetnikov , Alexander; Swann, George; Sturm, Michael; Roberts, Sarah; Panizzo, Virginia; Mcgowan, Suzanne;
(2019)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31223/OSF.IO/U7AX8
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Mercury (Hg) loading in Lake Baikal, a UNESCO world heritage site, is growing and poses a serious health concern to the lake’s ecosystem due to the ability of Hg to transform into a toxic form, known as methylmercury (MeHg). Monitoring of Hg into Lake Baikal is spatiall... View more
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