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Givelet, N.
Roos Barraclough, F.
Goodsite, M. E.
Shotyk, W.
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Atmospheric elements
Mercury
Peat bogs
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English
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Canada, Nunavut, Bathurst Island
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2003
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Givelet, N.; Roos Barraclough, F.; Goodsite, M. E.; Shotyk, W. (2003) A 6,000 year record of atmospheric mercury accumulation in the high Arctic from peat deposits on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canada. Journal de Physique 107, Vol. 2, pp. 545 548. DOI: 10.1051/jp4:20030361
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