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Wetland Management Strategy to Reduce Mercury in Water and Bioaccumulation in Fish
Wetland Management Strategy to Reduce Mercury in Water and Bioaccumulation in FishSociety of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) | July 25, 2019...Summary
Wetland environments provide numerous ecosystem services but also facilitate methylmercury (MeHg) production and bioaccumulation. We developed a wetland‐management technique to reduce MeHg concentrations...
Human-induced and natural carbon storage in floodplains of the Central Valley of California
Human-induced and natural carbon storage in floodplains of the Central Valley of CaliforniaScience of the Total Environment, Elsevier | February 15, 2019...Summary
Active floodplains can putatively store large amounts of organic carbon (SOC) in subsoils originating from catchment erosion processes with subsequent floodplain deposition. Our...
Mercury on a landscape scale—Balancing regional export with wildlife health$0.00
Mercury on a landscape scale—Balancing regional export with wildlife healthU.S. Geological Survey (USGS), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDWF), California Water Boards - Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board, Cosumnes River Preserve | June 26, 2018...Summary
The Cosumnes River watershed requires a 57–64 percent reduction in loads to meet the new Delta methylmercury (MeHg) total maximum daily load allocation,...
DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: Mercury$0.00
DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: MercuryCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | January 24, 2008...Summary
Mercury has been identified as an important contaminant in the Delta, based on elevated concentrations of methylmercury (a toxic, organic form that readily...