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Version name: NY mercury for indicators 20191205
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Mercury is a persistent toxin that can be deposited by wet and dry deposition, and found in water, air and soil. It is assimilated into plants and soils and then gets passed through various food webs where it accumulates in organisms, leading to damage with long-term consequences. High concentrations of mercury can lead to a reduction in growth and reproduction in plants, and increases in the rate of wildlife mortality.
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- 2019-12-05 14:45:01
- Emma Tait
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