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      Comparison of total mercury levels in relation to diet and molt for nine species of marine birds

      Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

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          Bioavailability of trace metals to aquatic organisms--a review.

           Samuel Luoma (1983)
          The physiological characteristics of the environmental interface of organisms determine the metal forms of highest bioavailability. Studies of metal uptake from solution by aquatic organisms verify the high availability of free metal ions. Metals also are accumulated from food by many aquatic organisms, as indicated by both laboratory and field studies. The quantitative importance of the food vector depends upon biological availability, which differs with the specific type of food being ingested. Uptake from both food and solute vectors may be influenced by interactions among cations, pH, redox, temperature and physiological variables. Separating their relative importance through a basic understanding of these processes will be a necessary prerequisite to understanding metal impacts in natural systems.
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            Using bird feathers to measure mercury in the environment: Relationships between mercury content and moult

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              Mercury Content in Feathers of Swedish Birds from the Past 100 Years

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                Journal
                Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
                Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.
                Springer Nature
                0090-4341
                1432-0703
                March 1987
                March 1987
                : 16
                : 2
                : 217-224
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                10.1007/BF01055802
                © 1987
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