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Record #146738:

Tungmetaller i arktisk miljø / Erik E. Syvertsen.

Title: Tungmetaller i arktisk miljø / Erik E. Syvertsen.
Translated title: Heavy metals in the Arctic environment.
Author(s): Syvertsen, Erik E.
Date: 1998.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Ottar. (1998.), Vol. 1 (1998)
Abstract: Heavy metals are mainly environmental problem around mines and smelters in Arctic, but metals can come from afar. Worst offenders are Pb, Cd and Hg. Their concentration areas of body are identified. Except near Nikel and Monchegorsk, northern Scandinavia is cleaner half. Worst seaborne pollutant is tributyl tin (TBT) anti-foulant. Greenland ice cores show Hg increase since thousands of years BC. Car controls have reduced levels to one third of highest value. Levels of Pb, Cd and Hg have been measured in mummies from Qilakitsoq (c. 1475) and in animals whose skins they wore.
Notes:

Ottar. Vol. 1 :11-16 (1998).

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.054 -- Pollution.
546.3 -- Chemistry, metals.
551.321.2 -- Snow and ice, methods of sampling, excavating, drilling, etc.
622.14 -- Core sampling, ice and snow.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 146738

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