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Mercury methylation in stormwater retention ponds at different stages in the management lifecycle

Abstract: Stormwater retention ponds effectively manage erosion, flooding, and pollutant loadings, but are also sources of methylmercury (MeHg), a bioaccumulative neurotoxin which is produced by anaerobic aquatic microorganisms. Stormwater retention ponds have a 10-15 year working life, after which they are

Authors:   Rachel J Strickman; Carl PJ Mitchell
Journal:   Journal of Environmental Monitoring
DOI:   10.1039/C7EM00486A
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