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Special Feature: Monitoring, Measuring and Modeling Atmospheric Mercury and Air-Surface Exchange – Are We Making Progress?

Highlights on atmospheric mercury research presented at the ICMGP-2015, Jeju, Korea

Anthropogenic mercury is emitted predominantly to the atmosphere and the atmospheric mercury burden is roughly three times higher today than in preindustrial times. Mercury cycles between environmental compartments, but atmospheric transport determines its short-term distribution globally. Predicting the future impact of anthropogenic and legacy mercury emissions, and understanding the spatiotemporal distribution of mercury and its compounds in air and precipitation, requires improved monitoring networks and techniques. This Special Feature brings together some of the highlights on measurement techniques, atmospheric mercury measurements and modeling efforts from ICMGP-2015, Jeju, Korea.

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Mark D. Cohen; Roland R. Draxler; Richard S. Artz; Pierrette Blanchard; Mae Sexauer Gustin; Young-Ji Han; Thomas M. Holsen; Daniel A. Jaffe; Paul Kelley; Hang Lei; Christopher P. Loughner; Winston T. Luke; Seth N. Lyman; David Niemi; Jozef M. Pacyna; Martin Pilote; Laurier Poissant; Dominique Ratte; Xinrong Ren; Frits Steenhuisen; Alexandra Steffen; Rob Tordon; Simon J. Wilson
Johannes Bieser; Corinna Schrum
Peter Weiss-Penzias; Kenneth Coale; Wesley Heim; Daniel Fernandez; Andrew Oliphant; Celeste Dodge; Dave Hoskins; James Farlin; Robert Moranville; Alex Olson
Shaojie Song; Noelle E. Selin; Lynne E. Gratz; Jesse L. Ambrose; Daniel A. Jaffe; Viral Shah; Lyatt Jaeglé; Amanda Giang; Bin Yuan; Lisa Kaser; Eric C. Apel; Rebecca S. Hornbrook; Nicola J. Blake; Andrew J. Weinheimer; Roy L. Mauldin III; Christopher A. Cantrell; Mark S. Castro; Gary Conley; Thomas M. Holsen; Winston T. Luke; Robert Talbot
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