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Study Linking Arctic Sea-Ice Dynamics to Mercury and Ozone Depletion

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A new study published in Nature and co-authored by Drs. Chris Moore and Daniel Obrist of Nevada’s Desert Research Institute establishes, for the first time, a link between Arctic sea ice dynamics and …

A new study published in Nature and co-authored by Drs. Chris Moore and Daniel Obrist of Nevada’s Desert Research Institute establishes, for the first time, a link between Arctic sea ice dynamics and the region’s changing atmospheric chemistry potentially leading to increased amounts of mercury deposited to the Earth’s northernmost and most fragile ecosystems.


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  • 1. March 24, 2012
  • 2. March 24, 2012
  • 3. Mercury and Ozone Consolidated Ice = Depletion Open Lead = Instant recovery