volume 110, issue D14, Pn/a-n/a 2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005643
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Abstract: Guiyang is located in the Circum‐Pacific Global Mercuriferous Belt, and mercury concentrations in soil in this area are enriched. In situ total gaseous mercury (TGM) exchange fluxes between air and soil surface were intensively measured at four sampling sites in Guiyang from 21 May to 16 June 2003. Overall, net emissions were obtained from all sampling sites. Soil mercury concentration and solar radiation are proved to be the two most important parameters to control mercury emissions from soil. Meanwhile, a ra…

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