Arctic Pollution 2011 (Mercury).
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
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The seventh AMAP State of the Arctic Environment Report, updating the 1997 and 2002 AMAP assessments of Mercury in the Arctic. Information is presented in a clear and readable manner for the non-scientific audience; richly illustrated and prefaced by an Executive Summary with recommendations specifically addressed to Ministers of the eight Arctic countries.
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Assessment of Mercury Releases from the Russian Federation. Reduction of Atmospheric Mercury Releases from Arctic States Russian Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Atomic Supervision; Danish Environmental Protection Agency; COWI A/S (Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP), 2005)The present assessment has been prepared as part of the ACAP (Arctic Council Action Plan to Eliminate Pollution of the Arctic) study "Reduction of atmospheric mercury releases from Arctic states". The assessment of ...
Kallenborn, R.; Borgå, K.; Christensen, J.H.; Dowdall, M.; Evenset, A.; Odland, J.Ø.; Ruus, A.; Aspmo Pfaffhuber, K.; Pawlak, J.; Reiersen, J.-O. (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), 2011-12-01)Arctic Council working group AMAPs Technical Report No. 5 (2011) on Combined Effects of Selected Pollutants and Climate Change in the Arctic Environment.
Unknown author (Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP), 2005)This report is part of the ACAP Mercury project. The objective of the report is to present and analyse compiled data on mercury releases from the Arctic countries, summarise existing initiatives to reduce mercury releases, ...