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Total mercury in wild fish in Guizhou reservoirs, China
Journal of Environmental Sciences(China)
The health hazard of mercury (Hg) compounds is internationally recognized, and the main pathways for methylmercury (MeHg) intake in humans are through consumption of food, especially fish. Given the large releases of Hg to the environment in China, combined with the fast development of hydropower, this issue deserves attention. Provided similar mobilization pathways of Hg in China as seen in reservoirs in North America and Europe one should expect increased Hg contamination in relation todoi:10.1016/s1001-0742(09)60228-x pmid:21179948 fatcat:schlylosgvadfntoqp3cohckou