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“…2), and differences in slope values between the two study areas likely reflect the proximity of LIS deposits to pollution sources of Hg, rather than differences in the affinity of Hg species for sedimentary organic material (discussed below). The affinity of Hg(II) for organic matter is well known, both in coastal waters (e.g., Coquery et al, 1997;Lamborg et al, 2004) and sediments (e.g., Lindberg and Harriss, 1974;, and the relation in Figure 2a and MMHg is associated with organic material.…”
Section: Hg In Surface Sedimentsmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…2), and differences in slope values between the two study areas likely reflect the proximity of LIS deposits to pollution sources of Hg, rather than differences in the affinity of Hg species for sedimentary organic material (discussed below). The affinity of Hg(II) for organic matter is well known, both in coastal waters (e.g., Coquery et al, 1997;Lamborg et al, 2004) and sediments (e.g., Lindberg and Harriss, 1974;, and the relation in Figure 2a and MMHg is associated with organic material.…”
Section: Hg In Surface Sedimentsmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…The strong association of Hg and organic matter in surface waters has long been recognized (Lindberg and Harriss 1974;Mierle and Ingram 1991), and numerous studies of Hg in streams and lakes of mid-and northern latitudes of the northern hemisphere have generally shown strong correlations between dissolved Hg concentrations and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations, and between particulate Hg concentrations and particulate organic carbon concentrations (POC) (Grigal 2002;Yin and Balogh 2002;Dennis et al 2005;Brigham et al 2009;Riscassi and Scanlon 2011). The association of Hg with organic matter is sufficiently strong in many surface waters, that measures such as DOC or absorbance at 254 nm (UV 254 ) have been suggested as surrogates for Hg concentrations, because Hg analyses are expensive and may be unstable in automated water samplers (Dittman et al 2009).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1972; KONRAD, 1972) and estuarine and bay sediments (0.05 mg kg' dry base-2,010 mg kg' wet base, TAKEUCHI, 1972;LINDBERG and HARRISS, 1974;EGANHOUSE et al, 1978). The low mercury contents of our samples could be attributed to the sandy structure of the sedi ment samples and to the low TOC contents.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…The similar correlations of the mercury and organic matter contents have also been found in soils from Sweden and Africa (ANDERSSON, 1967) and sediments from Florida Everglades The regression of log Hg on log TOC is represented by log Hg = 0.42 log TOC 0.12 with the correlation coefficient of 0.69. and Mobile Bay estuary. (LINDBERG and HARRISS, 1974).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%