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Global Atmospheric Mercury Assessment: Sources, Emissions and Transport [PDF]
Abstract: This updated report provides mercury emissions estimates, including estimates for product-related emissions, as well as the historical and current trends of emissions and scenarios for future emissions and the prospects for reductions. It also includes the results from recent research on atmospheric transport, modeling, and deposition of mercury.
Source: United Nations Environment Programme
URL: http://www.chem.unep.ch/mercury/Atmospheric_Emissions/UNEP%2
0SUMMARY%20REPORT%20-%20CORRECTED%20May09%20%20final%20f
or%20WEB%202008.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 1 Chapter 3, Findings of the Mercury Study Report to Congress [PDF]
Abstract: This overview discusses sources contributing to mercury in the environment, inventory approaches and uncertainties, an anthropogenic emissions summary, and the approach used to analyze fate and transport of mercury in the environment.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Pages_from_Merc
ury_Report_volume1_3.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 3 Chapter 4, Model Framework [PDF]
Abstract: This section describes the models and modeling scenarios used to predict the environmental fate of mercury. Measured mercury concentrations in environmental media were used when available to parameterize these models. Human and wildlife exposures to mercury were predicted based on modeling results.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Volum
e_3_Chapter_4_Model_Framework_for_Estimating_Fate_of_Hg.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 3 Chapter 5, Atmospheric Fate and Transport Modeling Results [PDF]
Abstract: This chapter summarizes the results of the atmospheric fate and transport modeling of mercury using the long-range and local models. Also provided in this chapter are charts, maps, and data detailing mercury concentrations, wet and dry depositions, the predicted air concentrations and deposition rates around the US, and uncertainty and sensitivity analyses.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Volum
e_3_Ch_5_Atmospheric_Fate&Transport_Modeling_Results.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 3 Chapter 6, Watershed Fate and Transport Modeling [PDF]
Abstract: This chapter presents the summary results for the watershed and transport modeling. In section 6.2, watershed results are summarized for pre-anthropogenic and current conditions period. This data is then used for evaluating potential impact of model plants considered in this report that emit mercury. In section 6.3, selected watershed/water body output are presented for all model plants. In section 6.4, the results of sensitivity analysis conducted with the IEM-2M model are discussed.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_3
_Ch_6_Watershed_Fate&Transport_Modeling.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 3, Conclusions, References, and Appendices [PDF]
Abstract: Conclusions summarizing data found in Volume 3: Fate and Transport of Mercury in the Environment, references used in formulating the data, and four appendices including : Atmospheric Modeling Parameters, Watershed and Water body Modeling Parameters, Description of Model Plants, and Aquatic Bioaccumulation Factor Development and Uncertainty Analysis.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_3
_Conclusions_References&Appendices.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 4 Chapter 2 & 3, Approach to Exposure Assessment & Predicted Individual Exposure [PDF]
Abstract: Chapter 2 summarizes the methods used to calculate exposures of humans to anthropogenic mercury emissions. Chapter 3 contains exposure scenarios describing types and sources of food were developed.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_4
_Ch_2&3_Approach_to_Exposure_Assessment&Predicted_Indivi
dual_Exposure.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 7 Chapter 5, Characterization of Exposure [PDF]
Abstract: Three different scenarios were overlain: rural, lacustrine (water body), and urban. The predicted mercury concentrations and mercury exposures models for each scenario reflected inputs from: single local anthropogenic source, regional atmospheric transport, and an estimate of the existing background concentrations.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_7
_Ch_5_Characterization_of_Exposure.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 7 Chapters 3 & 4, Characterization of Fate of Environmental Mercury & Characterization of Exposure [PDF]
Abstract: Chapter 3 makes an effort to update wildlife criterion (WC) values for mercury by calculating its value using methylmercury data. With the appropriate conversion factors, this data can be related to total mercury in fish and water. Chapter 4 looks at modeling analysis, long-range atmospheric transport analysis, uncertainties in environmental fate modeling, and mercury concentrations in water and aquatic biota.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_7
_Ch_3&4_Risk_for_Wildlife&Characterization_of_Fate_of_En
vtl_Hg.pdf

Mercury Study Report to Congress, Volume 7 Conclusions, Additional Research, and References [PDF]
Abstract: The conclusions are presented in approximate order of degree of certainty in the conclusion. Research section lists uncertainties and addresses characterization limitations. References include sources that were used to compile data.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/Hg_Report_Vol_7
_Conclusions_Research_References.pdf

 


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