The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is mercury contamination.
· EPA's Mercury Study Report to Congress. A multivolume description of the current knowledge of the sources, fate and accumulation of mercury in fish. Also, a discussion of health effects and related issues, and risk assessement. Total of about 2000 pages. Can be downloaded in chapters or ordered from NITS. http://www.epa.gov/mercury/report.htm
· Mercury and Wildlife. The National Wildlife Federation offers a compilation of information on mercury in the environment and its sources, fate and accumulation. Information can be downloaded from the website. http://www.nwf.org/mercury/
· Mercury-Free Minnesota. http://www.mepartnership.org/sites/MERCURYFREEMN/
· Mercury and Its Effects on Environment and Biology. 604 pages. Volume 34 of the series on Metal Ions in Biological Systems, Seigel, A, and Siegel, H (Editors), Marcel Dekker, ISBN 0-8247-9828-7.
· Global and Regional Mercury Cycles: Sources, Fluxes and Mass Balances. 563 pages. Baeyens, W, Ebinghaus, R and Vasiliev, O (Editors), NATO ASI Series, Kluwer, ISBN 0-7923-4314-X.
· Mercury in Massachusetts. Specific and general information on mercury in the environment and in Massachusetts. http://www.mass.gov/dep/toxics/stypes/hgres.htm
· Mercury in the Environment: The Waste Connection. http://www.newmoa.org/prevention/topichub/22/where_is_mercury.pdf
· Mercury in Fish: Cause for Concern? Report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/admehg.html
· Mercury Falling: An Analysis of Mercury Pollution from Coal-Burning Power Plants. National Resources Defense Council Report. Available through http://www.ewg.org/.
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