NOV KSLA Drottninggatan 95 B, Stockholm
Research indicates a connection between forestry operations and the input of mercury/methylmercury to aquatic ecosystems. There are great differences in the sensitivity of catchments to forest operations with respect to leakage and bioaccumulation of methylmercury. Understanding these differences may improve management strategies to mitigate the contribution of forest operations to the mercury problem in freshwater fish. This public seminar will provide a chance to learn about the latest developments in the understanding of the relationship between forestry and the mercury problem.
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