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Successes and challenges of measuring and modeling atmospheric mercury at the part per quadrillion level: a critical review
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions
Measurements of atmospheric mercury (Hg) are being increasingly incorporated into monitoring networks worldwide. These data are expected to support and inform regulatory decision making aimed at protecting human and wildlife health. Here we critically review current efforts to measure Hg concentrations in the atmosphere and interpret these data with Hg models. There are three operationally defined forms of atmospheric Hg: Gaseous Elemental (GEM), Gaseous Oxidized (GOM), and Particulate Bounddoi:10.5194/acpd-15-3777-2015 fatcat:u6lu3u4gojhtbhxdqflxregnl4