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Mercury and methylmercury export in relation to DOC quality in upland landscapes, northeastern USA
James B. Shanley, Charles T. Driscoll, Jr., George R. Aiken, Ann Chalmers, Janet Towse and Jason Dittman Contact Info: James B. Shanley U.S. Geological Survey P.O. Box 628 Mon...

Mercury Cycle into the Mediterranean Basin
The overall goal of MERCYMS is to fill the gaps firstly specificated  and develop a Practical Working Tool (PWT) for a wide spectrum of users (i.e., policy makers, environmental planners) that would a...

Mercury Deposition Network (MDN)
The MDN is the only network providing a longterm record of total mercury (Hg) concentration and deposition in precipitation in the United States and Canada. All MDN sites follow standard procedures an...

METAALICUS: Mercury Experiment To Assess Atmospheric Loading In Canada and the United States
This brochure describes research that will directly answer for the first time what happens to fish mercury concentrations when there is a change in atmospheric mercury deposition.  Despite the ...

METAALICUS: Mercury Loading Experiment at the Experimental lakes Area, northwestern Ontario
This one-of-a-kind experiment has been given full approval by Ontario to proceed, and been underway since the spring of 2001. It addresses a need for research that will be useful to the Canadian Cou...

Molybdenum Adsorption on Pyrite
Molybdenum is a nutrient important for a variety of biological functions, most notably nitrogen fixation. Molybdenum is also the most concentrated trace metal in seawater, in part owing to its stabili...

Molybdenum(V) Species in Hydrobromic Acid
What is Present in Concentrated Hydrobromic Acid? Most of the time I spent in my research was to answer this question. One would think this would be easy, since it is easy to precipitate oxobromomolyb...

Molybdenum-containing enzymes
Molybdenum-containing enzymes: Molybdenum is the only second-row transition metal that is required by most living organisms. The few species that do not require molybdenum use tungsten, which lies imm...

NMS: IS7 - Speciation methodologies for the accurate quantification of DNA metallo-drug interaction
Background Ultra-sensitive and selective detection and traceable quantification of DNA interaction with metallo-drugs used for cancer therapy can be used to increase drug selectivity and minimise s...

NOMiNiC - Natural Organic matter in the Nordic Countries
Several Nordic research groups are at present conducting research on the properties of NOM. Intercalibration is generally missing and the ongoing research projects do not focus on the physico-chemical...

Organotin compounds in food contact materials
Recently (2005), the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) issued a toxicological evaluation of organotin compounds and suggested a tolerable daily intake (TDI) as low as 0.25 µg/kg bodyweight for ...

Organotin compounds in food contact materials a
Research at DFVF focus on developing the first organotin multimethod capable of meeting the new limits in plastics (PVC and aliphatic polyurethanes) and in silicone, which is performed by GC-ICPMS.&nb...

Organotin speciation in seafood
Recently (2005) the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) issued a toxicological evaluation of organotin compounds and suggested a tolerable daily intake (TDI) as low as 0.25 µg/kg bodyweight for t...

OSIRIS: Optimized Strategies for Risk Assessment of Industrial Chemicals through Integration of Non-Test and Test Information
The OSIRIS ProjectThe new regulation concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH) requires demonstration of the safe manufacture of chemicals and their s...

Platinum and platinum group metals in the urban environment
Platinum and platinum group metals in the urban environment Start of project 1998-01-...

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