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Agricultural wetlands as potential hotspots for mercury bioaccumulation: experimental evidence using caged fish.

Released: 2010
Citation:
Ackerman, J.T., and C.A. Eagles-Smith. 2010. Agricultural wetlands as potential hotspots for mercury bioaccumulation: experimental evidence using caged fish. Environmental Science and Technology 44:1451-1457.


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This product is associated with the following projects:
Contaminants in Waterbirds and Effects on Avian Reproduction

Mercury Bioaccumulation in Wetlands

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