Elsie Sunderland
Elsie Sunderland
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Mercury biogeochemical cycling in the ocean and policy implications
RP Mason, AL Choi, WF Fitzgerald, CR Hammerschmidt, CH Lamborg, ...
Environmental research 119, 101-117, 2012
All-time releases of mercury to the atmosphere from human activities
DG Streets, MK Devane, Z Lu, TC Bond, EM Sunderland, DJ Jacob
Environmental science & technology 45 (24), 10485-10491, 2011
Mercury sources, distribution, and bioavailability in the North Pacific Ocean: Insights from data and models
EM Sunderland, DP Krabbenhoft, JW Moreau, SA Strode, WM Landing
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 23 (2), 2009
Detection of poly-and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in US drinking water linked to industrial sites, military fire training areas, and wastewater treatment plants
XC Hu, DQ Andrews, AB Lindstrom, TA Bruton, LA Schaider, P Grandjean, ...
Environmental science & technology letters 3 (10), 344-350, 2016
Global 3‐D land‐ocean‐atmosphere model for mercury: Present‐day versus preindustrial cycles and anthropogenic enrichment factors for deposition
NE Selin, DJ Jacob, RM Yantosca, S Strode, L Jaeglť, EM Sunderland
Global biogeochemical cycles 22 (2), 2008
Mercury exposure from domestic and imported estuarine and marine fish in the US seafood market
EM Sunderland
Environmental health perspectives 115 (2), 235-242, 2007
Legacy impacts of all‐time anthropogenic emissions on the global mercury cycle
HM Amos, DJ Jacob, DG Streets, EM Sunderland
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27 (2), 410-421, 2013
Gas-particle partitioning of atmospheric Hg (II) and its effect on global mercury deposition
HM Amos, DJ Jacob, CD Holmes, JA Fisher, Q Wang, RM Yantosca, ...
Human impacts on open ocean mercury concentrations
EM Sunderland, RP Mason
Global biogeochemical cycles 21 (4), 2007
Balancing the benefits of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and the risks of methylmercury exposure from fish consumption
KR Mahaffey, EM Sunderland, HM Chan, AL Choi, P Grandjean, K MariŽn, ...
Nutrition reviews 69 (9), 493-508, 2011
Global change and mercury
DP Krabbenhoft, EM Sunderland
Science 341 (6153), 1457-1458, 2013
An improved global model for air-sea exchange of mercury: High concentrations over the North Atlantic
AL Soerensen, EM Sunderland, CD Holmes, DJ Jacob, RM Yantosca, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (22), 8574-8580, 2010
Mercury methylation in estuaries: Insights from using measuring rates using stable mercury isotopes
A Heyes, RP Mason, EH Kim, E Sunderland
Marine chemistry 102 (1-2), 134-147, 2006
Observed decrease in atmospheric mercury explained by global decline in anthropogenic emissions
Y Zhang, DJ Jacob, HM Horowitz, L Chen, HM Amos, DP Krabbenhoft, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (3), 526-531, 2016
Environmental controls on the speciation and distribution of mercury in coastal sediments
EM Sunderland, FAPC Gobas, BA Branfireun, A Heyes
Marine chemistry 102 (1-2), 111-123, 2006
Historical mercury releases from commercial products: Global environmental implications
HM Horowitz, DJ Jacob, HM Amos, DG Streets, EM Sunderland
Environmental science & technology 48 (17), 10242-10250, 2014
Which fish should I eat? Perspectives influencing fish consumption choices
E Oken, AL Choi, MR Karagas, K MariŽn, CM Rheinberger, R Schoeny, ...
Environmental health perspectives 120 (6), 790-798, 2012
Anthropogenic impacts on global storage and emissions of mercury from terrestrial soils: Insights from a new global model
NV Smith‐Downey, EM Sunderland, DJ Jacob
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G3), 2010
Global biogeochemical implications of mercury discharges from rivers and sediment burial
HM Amos, DJ Jacob, D Kocman, HM Horowitz, Y Zhang, S Dutkiewicz, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (16), 9514-9522, 2014
Riverine source of Arctic Ocean mercury inferred from atmospheric observations
JA Fisher, DJ Jacob, AL Soerensen, HM Amos, A Steffen, EM Sunderland
Nature Geoscience 5 (7), 499-504, 2012
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