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Last updated: January 15, 2013
South Florida Restoration Science Forum

Mercury

Can Control of Local Mercury Sources Reduce the Risks?

Poster presented May 1999, at the South Florida Restoration Science Forum

Poster presented by: Dr. Tom Atkeson, FDEP; Linda Anderson-Carnahan, USEPA


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Atmosphere

Part 1: Where Does Everglades Mercury Come From?

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Surface Water Discharges


Atmospheric Mercury Research

A State-Federal-Private Partnership

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Florida Power and Light
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Electric Power Research Institute
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