In a message dated 12/23/2008 6:03:55 A.M. Mountain Standard Time,
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. but we know from our
experience with ozone destroying chemicals (1) that the problem will not
decrease at all until we reduce the anthropogenic input,
Has the mercury content of pelagic fish been shown to be increasing? I would
appreciate the references. If it has to been shown to be, then this may be
a problem. The Hg inputs and budget into the oceans seem to be as likely to
be related to volcanism as to coal plants. I admit to not have following the
recent literature, but the above statement seems to require substantiation.
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