Climate Change May Trigger Higher Mercury Levels in Fish, Study Suggests – Nature World News


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Climate Change May Trigger Higher Mercury Levels in Fish, Study Suggests
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Adding to the extensive list of climate change's effects, researchers from Dartmouth College have uncovered a link between rising ocean surface temperatures — a result, they say, of a changing climate — and the amount of mercury in fish. (Photo
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