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The polychaete worm Nereis diversicolor increases mercury lability and methylation in intertidal mudflats
Spatial distribution of mercury and other potentially toxic elements using epiphytic lichens in Nova Scotia
Response to comment on “mercury biomagnification through food webs is affected by physical and chemical characteristics of lakes”
Quantifying the effects of soil temperature, moisture and sterilization on elemental mercury formation in boreal soils
Quantifying the effects of photoreactive dissolved organic matter on methylmercury photodemethylation rates in freshwaters
Photoreducible mercury loss from Arctic snow is influenced by temperature and snow age
Photoreactions of mercury in aquatic systems
Modeling the photo-oxidation of dissolved organic matter by ultraviolet radiation in freshwater lakes: Implications for mercury bioavailability
Methylmercury photodemethylation is inhibited in lakes with high dissolved organic matter
Mercury photochemistry in snow and implications for Arctic ecosystems
Mercury in the marine environment of the Canadian Arctic: Review of recent findings
Mercury in bats from the northeastern United States
Mercury concentrations in feathers of marine birds in Arctic Canada
Mercury biomagnification through food webs is affected by physical and chemical characteristics of lakes
Mercury bioaccumulation in dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera): Examination of life stages and body regions
Mercury bioaccumulation and biomagnification in a small Arctic polynya ecosystem
Mercury and methylmercury bioaccumulation by polychaete worms is governed by both feeding ecology and mercury bioavailability in coastal mudflats
Increasing chloride concentration causes retention of mercury in melted Arctic snow due to changes in photoreduction kinetics
Historical patterns in mercury exposure for North American songbirds
Factors regulating the bioavailability of methylmercury to breeding rusty blackbirds in northeastern wetlands