2009

Mercury Fate and Transport in the Global Atmosphere

Emissions, Measurements and Models

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ISBN: 978-0-387-93957-5 (Print) 978-0-387-93958-2 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-14

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    Pages 1-47

    Global Mercury Emissions to the Atmosphere from Natural and Anthropogenic Sources

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    Pages 51-65

    Mercury emissions from coal combustion in China

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    Pages 67-79

    Mercury emissions from industrial sources in China

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    Pages 81-112

    Mercury emissions from industrial sources in India and its effects in the environment

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    Pages 113-130

    Mercury emissions from point sources in South Africa

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    Pages 131-172

    World emissions of mercury from artisanal and small scale gold mining

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    Pages 173-191

    Mercury emissions from natural processes and their importance in the global mercury cycle

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    Pages 193-220

    Mercury emissions from global biomass burning: spatialand temporal distribution

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    Pages 223-291

    Spatial coverage and temporal trends of land-based atmospheric mercury measurements in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres

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    Pages 293-321

    Spatial coverage and temporal trends of atmospheric mercury measurements in Polar Regions

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    Pages 323-380

    Spatial coverage and temporal trends of over-water, air-surface exchange, surface and deep sea water mercury measurements

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    Pages 381-390

    Monitoring and modeling projects for fate of Hg species in Japan

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    Pages 391-424

    The need for a coordinated global Hg monitoring network for global and regional models validation

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    Pages 427-457

    Our current understanding of major chemical and physical processes affecting mercury dynamics in the atmosphere and at the air-water/terrestrial interfaces

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    Pages 459-501

    Mercury chemical transformations in the gas, aqueous and heterogeneous phases: state-of-the-art science and uncertainties

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    Pages 503-517

    Importance of a global scale approach to using regional models in the assessment of source-receptor relationships for mercury

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    Pages 519-532

    Global mercury modelling at Environment Canada

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    Pages 533-545

    The Geos-Chem model

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    Pages 547-569

    The ECHMERT model

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    Pages 571-587

    The EMEP/MSC-E mercury modeling system

  22. Back Matter

    Pages 1-35

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