White Paper on Gulf of Mexico Mercury Fate and Transport: Applying Scientific Research to Reduce the Risk from Mercury in Gulf of Mexico Seafood

White Paper on Gulf of Mexico Mercury Fate and Transport: Applying Scientific Research to Reduce the Risk from Mercury in Gulf of Mexico Seafood

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Evans, D., Cohen, M., Hammerschmidt, C., Landing, W., Rumbold, D., Simons, J. 2015. White Paper on Gulf of Mexico Mercury Fate and Transport: Applying Scientific Research to Reduce the Risk from Mercury in Gulf of Mexico Seafood. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 192.

Coastal, Fish, Heavy metals, Human health, Literature review, Management, Mercury, Shellfish, Water quality, Bioaccumulation, Biomagnification, Wildlife, Fate

This paper reviews the existing science on mercury fate and transport in order to create more effective mitigation strategies for the Gulf of Mexico (U.S.). The paper also includes recommendations for managers/decision-makers in coastal regions who are faced with mercury pollution.

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