Mercury in the Environment: Pattern and Process by Michæl S. Bank

By Michæl S. Bank

Mercury pollutants and illness are common, good documented, and proceed to pose a public wellbeing and fitness predicament in either constructed and constructing international locations. in keeping with a growing to be desire for knowing the biking of this ubiquitous pollutant, the technological know-how of mercury has grown swiftly to incorporate the fields of biogeochemistry, economics, sociology, public wellbeing and fitness, choice sciences, physics, international swap, and arithmetic. just recently have scientists began to set up a holistic method of learning mercury pollutants that integrates chemistry, biology, and human healthiness sciences. Mercury within the Environment follows the method of mercury biking throughout the surroundings, via terrestrial and aquatic nutrients webs, and during human populations to enhance a finished point of view in this vital environmental challenge. This well timed reference additionally presents tips on mercury remediation, hazard verbal exchange, schooling, and monitoring.

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