Keyword: gbms

2019 (1)
Effect of body length, trophic position and habitat use on mercury concentrations of sharks from contrasted ecosystems in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Le Bourg, B., Kiszka, J., J., Bustamante, P., Heithaus, M., R., Jaquemet, S., & Humber, F. Environmental Research, 169:387-395, 2019.
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2017 (1)
Spatial variation in the accumulation of POPs and mercury in bottlenose dolphins of the Lower Florida Keys and the coastal Everglades (South Florida). Damseaux, F., Kiszka, J., J., Heithaus, M., R., Scholl, G., Eppe, G., Thomé, J., P., Lewis, J., Hao, W., Fontaine, M., C., & Das, K. Environmental Pollution, 220:577-587, 2017.
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2016 (1)
Blue sharks (Prionace glauca) as bioindicators of pollution and health in the Atlantic Ocean: Contamination levels and biochemical stress responses. Alves, L., M., Nunes, M., Marchand, P., Le Bizec, B., Mendes, S., Correia, J., P., Lemos, M., F., & Novais, S., C. Science of the Total Environment, 563-564(June):282-292, Elsevier B.V., 2016.
Blue sharks (Prionace glauca) as bioindicators of pollution and health in the Atlantic Ocean: Contamination levels and biochemical stress responses [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2014 (1)
Mercury exposure in a large subantarctic avian community. Carravieri, A., Cherel, Y., Blévin, P., Brault-Favrou, M., Chastel, O., & Bustamante, P. Environmental Pollution, 190:51-57, 2014.
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2013 (1)
Wide Range of Mercury Contamination in Chicks of Southern Ocean Seabirds. Blévin, P., Carravieri, A., Jaeger, A., Chastel, O., Bustamante, P., & Cherel, Y. PLoS ONE, 2013.
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2011 (6)
Mercury in the biotic compartments of Northwest Patagonia lakes, Argentina. Rizzo, A., Arcagni, M., Arribére, M., A., Bubach, D., & Guevara, S., R. Chemosphere, 84(1):70-79, Elsevier Ltd, 3, 2011.
Mercury in the biotic compartments of Northwest Patagonia lakes, Argentina. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and mercury in fish from lakes of the Tibetan Plateau. Yang, R., Jing, C., Zhang, Q., Wang, Z., Wang, Y., Li, Y., & Jiang, G. Chemosphere, 83(6):862-7, Elsevier Ltd, 4, 2011.
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and mercury in fish from lakes of the Tibetan Plateau. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury, cadmium, lead and arsenic levels in three pelagic fish species from the Atlantic Ocean: intra- and inter-specific variability and human health risks for consumption. Vieira, C., Morais, S., Ramos, S., Delerue-Matos, C., & Oliveira, M., B., P., P. Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association, 49(4):923-32, Elsevier Ltd, 4, 2011.
Mercury, cadmium, lead and arsenic levels in three pelagic fish species from the Atlantic Ocean: intra- and inter-specific variability and human health risks for consumption. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury and methylmercury concentrations in high altitude lakes and fish (Arctic charr) from the French Alps related to watershed characteristics. Marusczak, N., Larose, C., Dommergue, A., Paquet, S., Beaulne, J., Maury-Brachet, R., Lucotte, M., Nedjai, R., & Ferrari, C., P. The Science of the total environment, 409(10):1909-15, Elsevier B.V., 4, 2011.
Mercury and methylmercury concentrations in high altitude lakes and fish (Arctic charr) from the French Alps related to watershed characteristics. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury species of sediment and fish in freshwater fish ponds around the Pearl River Delta, PR China: human health risk assessment. Shao, D., Liang, P., Kang, Y., Wang, H., Cheng, Z., Wu, S., Shi, J., Lo, S., C., L., Wang, W., & Wong, M., H. Chemosphere, 83(4):443-8, Elsevier Ltd, 4, 2011.
Mercury species of sediment and fish in freshwater fish ponds around the Pearl River Delta, PR China: human health risk assessment. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury and DDT exposure risk to fish-eating human populations in Amazon. Rabitto, I., D., S., Bastos, W., R., Almeida, R., Anjos, A., de Holanda, I., B., B., Galvão, R., C., F., Neto, F., F., de Menezes, M., L., Dos Santos, C., A., M., & de Oliveira Ribeiro, C., A. Environment International, 37(1):56-65, Elsevier Ltd, 1, 2011.
Mercury and DDT exposure risk to fish-eating human populations in Amazon. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2010 (6)
Arsenic and mercury in commercially valuable fish species from the Persian Gulf: influence of season and habitat. Saei-Dehkordi, S., S., Fallah, A., a., & Nematollahi, A. Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association, 48(10):2945-50, Elsevier Ltd, 10, 2010.
Arsenic and mercury in commercially valuable fish species from the Persian Gulf: influence of season and habitat. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Distributions of total mercury and methylmercury in surface sediments and fishes in Lake Shihwa, Korea. Oh, S., Kim, M., Yi, S., & Zoh, K. The Science of the total environment, 408(5):1059-68, Elsevier B.V., 2, 2010.
Distributions of total mercury and methylmercury in surface sediments and fishes in Lake Shihwa, Korea. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Bioaccumulation of mercury in the pelagic food chain of the Lake Baikal. Ciesielski, T., Pastukhov, M., V., Szefer, P., & Jenssen, B., M. Chemosphere, 78(11):1378-84, Elsevier Ltd, 3, 2010.
Bioaccumulation of mercury in the pelagic food chain of the Lake Baikal. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Trophic transfer of mercury and methylmercury in an aquatic ecosystem impacted by municipal sewage effluents in Beijing, China. Fu, J., Wang, Y., Zhou, Q., & Jiang, G. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 22(8):1189-1194, The Research Centre for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 8, 2010.
Trophic transfer of mercury and methylmercury in an aquatic ecosystem impacted by municipal sewage effluents in Beijing, China [link]Website  bibtex   
Stable isotope ratios of carbon and nitrogen and mercury concentrations in 13 toothed whale species taken from the western Pacific Ocean off Japan. Endo, T., Hisamichi, Y., Kimura, O., Haraguchi, K., Lavery, S., Dalebout, M., L., Funahashi, N., & Baker, C., S. Environmental science & technology, 44(7):2675-81, 4, 2010.
Stable isotope ratios of carbon and nitrogen and mercury concentrations in 13 toothed whale species taken from the western Pacific Ocean off Japan. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Assessment of trace metal composition in fish samples from Nworie River. Alinnor, I., J. & Obiji, I., A. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 9(1):81-85, 2010.
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2009 (6)
Consistently low mercury concentrations in dolphinfish, Coryphaena hippurus, an oceanic pelagic predator. Adams, D., H. Environmental research, 109(6):697-701, Elsevier, 8, 2009.
Consistently low mercury concentrations in dolphinfish, Coryphaena hippurus, an oceanic pelagic predator [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Biomagnifications of mercury and methylmercury in tuna and mackerel. Hajeb, P., Jinap, S., & Ahmad, I. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 171(1-4):205-17, 12, 2009.
Biomagnifications of mercury and methylmercury in tuna and mackerel. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Influence of ecological factors and of land use on mercury levels in fish in the Tapajós River basin, Amazon. Sampaio da Silva, D., Lucotte, M., Paquet, S., & Davidson, R. Environmental research, 109(4):432-46, 5, 2009.
Influence of ecological factors and of land use on mercury levels in fish in the Tapajós River basin, Amazon. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Contamination levels of mercury in the muscle of female and male spiny dogfishes (Squalus acanthias) caught off the coast of Japan. Endo, T., Hisamichi, Y., Kimura, O., Kotaki, Y., Kato, Y., Ohta, C., Koga, N., & Haraguchi, K. Chemosphere, 77(10):1333-7, Elsevier Ltd, 11, 2009.
Contamination levels of mercury in the muscle of female and male spiny dogfishes (Squalus acanthias) caught off the coast of Japan. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Assessment of mercury level in commonly consumed marine fishes in Malaysia. Hajeb, P., Jinap, S., Ismail, A., Fatimah, A., Jamilah, B., & Abdulrahim, M. Food Control, 20(1):79-84, 1, 2009.
Assessment of mercury level in commonly consumed marine fishes in Malaysia [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury distribution and speciation in water and fish from abandoned Hg mines in Wanshan, Guizhou province, China. Qiu, G., Feng, X., Wang, S., Fu, X., & Shang, L. The Science of the total environment, 407(18):5162-8, Elsevier B.V., 9, 2009.
Mercury distribution and speciation in water and fish from abandoned Hg mines in Wanshan, Guizhou province, China. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2008 (8)
Mercury in fish that are of dietary importance from the coasts of Sinaloa (SE Gulf of California). Ruelas-Inzunza, J., Mezalopez, G., & Paezosuna, F. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 21(3):211-218, 5, 2008.
Mercury in fish that are of dietary importance from the coasts of Sinaloa (SE Gulf of California) [link]Website  bibtex   
Organochlorine and mercury contamination in fish tissues from the River Nestos, Greece. Christoforidis, A., Stamatis, N., Schmieder, K., & Tsachalidis, E. Chemosphere, 70(4):694-702, 1, 2008.
Organochlorine and mercury contamination in fish tissues from the River Nestos, Greece. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
A summary of total mercury concentrations in flora and fauna near common contaminant sources in the Gulf of Mexico. Lewis, M. & Chancy, C. Chemosphere, 70(11):2016-24, 2, 2008.
A summary of total mercury concentrations in flora and fauna near common contaminant sources in the Gulf of Mexico. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Linking mercury exposure to habitat and feeding behaviour in Beaufort Sea beluga whales. Loseto, L., Stern, G., Deibel, D., Connelly, T., Prokopowicz, A., Lean, D., Fortier, L., & Ferguson, S. Journal of Marine Systems, 74(3-4):1012-1024, Elsevier B.V., 12, 2008.
Linking mercury exposure to habitat and feeding behaviour in Beaufort Sea beluga whales [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury biomagnification in the food web of Lake Tanganyika (Tanzania, East Africa). Campbell, L., Verburg, P., Dixon, D., G., & Hecky, R., E. The Science of the total environment, 402(2-3):184-91, 9, 2008.
Mercury biomagnification in the food web of Lake Tanganyika (Tanzania, East Africa). [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Fish mercury development in relation to abiotic characteristics and carbon sources in a six-year-old, Brazilian reservoir. Tuomola, L., Niklasson, T., de Castro E Silva, E., & Hylander, L., D. The Science of the total environment, 390(1):177-87, 2, 2008.
Fish mercury development in relation to abiotic characteristics and carbon sources in a six-year-old, Brazilian reservoir. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Metal tissue levels in Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) pups. Holmes, A., L., Wise, S., S., Goertz, C., E., C., Dunn, J., L., Gulland, F., M., D., Gelatt, T., Beckmen, K., B., Burek, K., Atkinson, S., Bozza, M., Taylor, R., Zheng, T., Zhang, Y., Aboueissa, A., & Wise, J., P. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56(8):1416-1421, 8, 2008.
Metal tissue levels in Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) pups. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Contamination levels of mercury and cadmium in melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) from a mass stranding on the Japanese coast. Endo, T., Hisamichi, Y., Kimura, O., Haraguchi, K., & Baker, C., S. The Science of the total environment, 401(1-3):73-80, 8, 2008.
Contamination levels of mercury and cadmium in melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) from a mass stranding on the Japanese coast. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2007 (6)
Mercury and selenium in blue shark (Prionace glauca, L. 1758) and swordfish (Xiphias gladius, L. 1758) from two areas of the Atlantic Ocean. Branco, V., Vale, C., Canário, J., & Santos, M., N., D. Environmental Pollution, 150(3):373-80, 12, 2007.
Mercury and selenium in blue shark (Prionace glauca, L. 1758) and swordfish (Xiphias gladius, L. 1758) from two areas of the Atlantic Ocean. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Bioaccumulation of mercury in pelagic fishes from the northern Gulf of Mexico. Cai, Y., Rooker, J., R., Gill, G., A., & Turner, J., P. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, 64:458-469, 2007.
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Total mercury content found in edible tissues of top predator fish from the Gulf of California, Mexico. García-Hernández, J., Cadena-Cárdenas, L., Betancourt-Lozano, M., García-De-La-Parra, L., M., García-Rico, L., & Márquez-Farías, F. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, 89(3):507-522, 7, 2007.
Total mercury content found in edible tissues of top predator fish from the Gulf of California, Mexico [link]Website  bibtex   
Trace element concentrations in skin of free-ranging bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) from the southeast Atlantic coast. Stavros, H., W., Bossart, G., D., Hulsey, T., C., & Fair, P., a. The Science of the total environment, 388(1-3):300-15, 12, 2007.
Trace element concentrations in skin of free-ranging bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) from the southeast Atlantic coast. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Essential and non-essential element concentrations in two sleeper shark species collected in arctic waters. McMeans, B., C., Borgå, K., Bechtol, W., R., Higginbotham, D., & Fisk, A., T. Environmental Pollution, 148(1):281-90, 7, 2007.
Essential and non-essential element concentrations in two sleeper shark species collected in arctic waters. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Selenium and mercury in pelagic fish in the central north pacific near Hawaii. Kaneko, J., J. & Ralston, N., V., C. Biological trace element research, 119(3):242-54, 12, 2007.
Selenium and mercury in pelagic fish in the central north pacific near Hawaii. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2006 (2)
Mercury concentrations in fish species caught at Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vent fields. Martins, I., Costa, V., Porteiro, F., M., Colaço, A., & Santos, R., S. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 320:253-258, 8, 2006.
Mercury concentrations in fish species caught at Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vent fields [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury content in commercial pelagic fish and its risk assessment in the Western Indian Ocean. Kojadinovic, J., Potier, M., Le Corre, M., Cosson, R., P., & Bustamante, P. The Science of the total environment, 366(2-3):688-700, 8, 2006.
Mercury content in commercial pelagic fish and its risk assessment in the Western Indian Ocean. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2005 (8)
Mercury in freshwater fish of northeast North America - a geographic perspective based on fish tissue monitoring databases. Kamman, N., Burgess, N., Driscoll, C., Simonin, H., Goodale, M., Linehan, J., Estabrook, R., Hutcheson, M., Major, A., & Scheuhammer, A., M. Ecotoxicology, 14(1):163-180, 2005.
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Heavy metal levels in fish from coastal waters of Uruguay. Viana, F., Huertas, R., & Danulat, E. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 48(4):530-7, 5, 2005.
Heavy metal levels in fish from coastal waters of Uruguay. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Feeding ecology of five commercial shark species of the Celtic Sea through stable isotope and trace metal analysis. Domi, N., Bouquegneau, J., M., & Das, K. Marine Environmental Research, 60(5):551-69, 12, 2005.
Feeding ecology of five commercial shark species of the Celtic Sea through stable isotope and trace metal analysis. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Concentrations of mercury in tissues of beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) from several communities in the Canadian Arctic from 1981 to 2002. Lockhart, W., L., Stern, G., a., Wagemann, R., Hunt, R., V., Metner, D., A., DeLaronde, J., Dunn, B., Stewart, R., E., A., Hyatt, C., K., Harwood, L., & Mount, K. The Science of the Total Environment, 351-352:391-412, 12, 2005.
Concentrations of mercury in tissues of beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) from several communities in the Canadian Arctic from 1981 to 2002. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
The influence of weight and length on the mercury content in the muscle tissue of fish from four lakes in the Olsztyn Lake District (Poland). Luczynska, J. Archive of Polish Fisheries, 13:51-61, 2005.
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Mercury distribution in the skin of beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) and narwhal (Monodon monoceros) from the Canadian Arctic and mercury burdens and excretion by moulting. Wagemann, R. & Kozlowska, H. The Science of the total environment, 351-352:333-43, 12, 2005.
Mercury distribution in the skin of beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) and narwhal (Monodon monoceros) from the Canadian Arctic and mercury burdens and excretion by moulting. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury in fish and shark tissues from two coastal lagoons in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Ruelas-Inzunza, J. & Páez-Osuna, F. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 74(2):294-300, 2, 2005.
Mercury in fish and shark tissues from two coastal lagoons in the Gulf of California, Mexico [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury contamination in human hair and fish from Cambodia: levels, specific accumulation and risk assessment. Agusa, T., Kunito, T., Iwata, H., Monirith, I., Tana, T., S., Subramanian, A., & Tanabe, S. Environmental pollution, 134(1):79-86, 3, 2005.
Mercury contamination in human hair and fish from Cambodia: levels, specific accumulation and risk assessment. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2004 (5)
Total mercury in the Night Shark , Carcharhinus signatus in the Western Equatorial Atlantic Ocean. Ferreira, A., G., Faria, V., V., Carvalho, C., E., V., d., Lessa, R., P., T., & Silva, F., M., S., d. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 47(4):629-634, 2004.
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Chemical forms of mercury and cadmium accumulated in marine mammals and seabirds as determined by XAFS analysis. Arai, T., Ikemoto, T., Hokura, A., Terada, Y., Kunito, T., Tanabe, S., & Nakai, I. Environmental Science & Technology, 38(24):6468-6474, 2004.
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Total and organic mercury concentrations in muscle tissue of the blue shark (Prionace glauca L.1758) from the Northeast Atlantic. Branco, V., Canário, J., Vale, C., Raimundo, J., & Reis, C. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 49(9-10):871-4, 11, 2004.
Total and organic mercury concentrations in muscle tissue of the blue shark (Prionace glauca L.1758) from the Northeast Atlantic. [link]Website  bibtex   
Concentration and subcellular distribution of trace elements in liver of small cetaceans incidentally caugh along the Brazilian coast. Kunito, T., Nakamura, S., Ikemoto, T., Anan, Y., Kubota, R., Tanabe, S., Rosas, F., C., W., Fillmann, G., & Readman, J., W. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 49:574-587, 2004.
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Regional and inter annual patterns of heavy metals, organochlorines and stable isotopes in narwhals (Monodon monoceros) from West Greenland. Dietz, R., Riget, F., Hobson, K., a., Heide-Jørgensen, M., P., Møller, P., Cleemann, M., Boer, J., d., & Glasius, M. The Science of the total environment, 331(1-3):83-105, 9, 2004.
Regional and inter annual patterns of heavy metals, organochlorines and stable isotopes in narwhals (Monodon monoceros) from West Greenland. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2003 (5)
Polychlorinated biphenyl, heavy metal and methylmercury residues in hammerhead sharks: contaminant status and assessment. Storelli, M., M., Ceci, E., Storelli, A., & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Marine pollution bulletin, 46(8):1035-9, 8, 2003.
Polychlorinated biphenyl, heavy metal and methylmercury residues in hammerhead sharks: contaminant status and assessment. [link]Website  bibtex   
Trace elements in two odontocete species (Kogia breviceps and Globicephala macrorhynchus) stranded in New Caledonia (South Pacific). Bustamante, P., Garrigue, C., Breau, L., Caurant, F., Dabin, W., Greaves, J., & Dodemont, R. Environmental Pollution, 124:263-271, 2003.
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Distribution and Food-web Transfer of Mercury in Napoleon and Winam Gulfs, Lake Victoria, East Africa. Campbell, L., M., Hecky, R., E., Nyaundi, J., Muggide, R., & George Dixon, D. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 29(Supplement 2):267-282, 2003.
Distribution and Food-web Transfer of Mercury in Napoleon and Winam Gulfs, Lake Victoria, East Africa [link]Website  bibtex   
Metals and organochlorines in small cetaceans stranded on the east coast of Australia. Law, R., J., Morris, R., J., Allchin, C., R., Jones, B., R., & Nicholson, M., D. Marine pollution bulletin, 46(9):1206-11, 9, 2003.
Metals and organochlorines in small cetaceans stranded on the east coast of Australia. [link]Website  bibtex   
Heavy metal levels in the bottlenose and striped dolphins off the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Roditi-Elasar, M., Kerem, D., Hornung, H., Kress, N., Shoham-Frider, E., Goffman, O., & Spanier, E. Marine pollution bulletin, 46(4):491-521, 4, 2003.
Heavy metal levels in the bottlenose and striped dolphins off the Mediterranean coast of Israel [link]Website  bibtex   
2002 (6)
Mercury content in shrimp and fish species from the Gulf. Al-Saleh, I. & Al-Doush, I. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 68:576 -583, 2002.
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Total Mercury in Muscle Tissue of Five Shark Species from Brazilian Offshore Waters: Effects of Feeding Habit, Sex, and Length. de Pinho, A., Guimaraes, J., Martins, A., Costa, P., Olavo, G., & Valentin, J. Environmental Research, 89(3):250-258, 7, 2002.
Total Mercury in Muscle Tissue of Five Shark Species from Brazilian Offshore Waters: Effects of Feeding Habit, Sex, and Length [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury speciation and relationship between mercury and selenium in liver of Galeus melastomus from the Mediterranean sea. Storelli, M., M. & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 69(4):516-22, 10, 2002.
Mercury speciation and relationship between mercury and selenium in liver of Galeus melastomus from the Mediterranean sea. [link]Website  bibtex   
Total and methylmercury residues in cartilaginous fish from Mediterranean Sea. Storelli, M., M., Giacominelli-Stuffler, R., & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44(12):1354-1358, 2002.
Total and methylmercury residues in cartilaginous fish from Mediterranean Sea. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Mercury accumulation and speciation in muscle tissue of different species of sharks from Mediterranean Sea, Italy. Storelli, M., M., Giacominelli-Stuffler, R., & Marcotrigiano, G. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 68:201-210, 2, 2002.
Mercury accumulation and speciation in muscle tissue of different species of sharks from Mediterranean Sea, Italy [link]Website  bibtex   
Mercury in human blood, urine, hair, nail, and fish from the Ankobra and Tano River Basins in Southwestern Ghana. Adimado, A., A. & Baah, D., A. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 68(3):339-346, 3, 2002.
Mercury in human blood, urine, hair, nail, and fish from the Ankobra and Tano River Basins in Southwestern Ghana [link]Website  bibtex   
2001 (4)
Total mercury and methylmercury in tuna fish and sharks from the south Adriatic Sea. Storelli, M., M., Stuffler, R., G., & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Italian Journal of Food and Science, 13(1):101-106, 2001.
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Metals and organochlorines in pelagic cetacenas stranded on the coasts of England and Wales. Law, R., J., Bennett, M., E., Blake, S., J., Allchin, C., R., Jones, B., R., & Spurrier, C., J., H. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 42(6):522-526, 2001.
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Exposure to heavy metals and infectious disease mortality in harbour porpoises from England and Wales. Bennett, P., M., Jepson, P., D., Law, R., J., Jones, B., R., Kuiken, T., Baker, J., R., Rogan, E., & Kirkwood, J., K. Environmental Pollution, 112(1):33-40, 1, 2001.
Exposure to heavy metals and infectious disease mortality in harbour porpoises from England and Wales. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Concentrations and interactions of selected essential and non-essential elements in bowhead and beluga whales of arctic Alaska. Woshner, V., M., O'Hara, T., M., Bratton, G., R., Suydam, R., S., & Beasley, V., R. Journal of wildlife diseases, 37(4):693-710, 10, 2001.
Concentrations and interactions of selected essential and non-essential elements in bowhead and beluga whales of arctic Alaska. [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
2000 (1)
Mercury content in shark species from the south-eastern Brazilian coast. Lacerda, L., Paraquetti, H., Marins, R., Rezende, C., Zalmon, I., Gomes, M., & Farias, V. Revista Brasileira de Biologia, 60(4):571-576, 2000.
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1999 (6)
Mercury levels in four species of sharks from the Atlantic coast of Florida. Adams, D., H. & McMichael, R., H., J. Fishery Bulletin, 97:372-379, 1999.
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A note on concentrations of metals in cetaceans from southern Africa. Henry, J. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management, Special Is:177-194, 1999.
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Heavy metals, organochlorines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sperm whales stranded in the Southern North Sea during 1994/1995 winter. Holsbeek, L., Joiris, C., R., Debacker, V., Ali, I., B., Roose, P., Nellissen, J., Gobert, S., Bouquegneau, J., & Bossicart, M. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 38(4):304-313, 1999.
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Elements in liver tissues of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus). Krone, C., A., Robisch, P., A., Tilbury, K., L., Stein, J., E., Makcey, E., A., Becker, P., R., O'Hara, T., M., & Philo, L., M. Marine Mammal Science, 15(1):123-142, 1999.
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Heavy metals and methylmercury in tissues of Risso's dolphin (Grampus griseus) and Cuvier's beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) straned in Itlaly (South Adriatic Sea). Storelli, M., M., Zizzo, N., & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 63:703-710, 1999.
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Investigation of unusual mortalities of bottlenose dolphins along the mid-Texas coastal bay ecosystem during 1992 (NOAA Techincal Report NMFS 147). Colbert, A., A., Scott, G., I., Fulton, M., H., Wirth, E., F., Daugomah, J., W., Key, P., B., Strozier, E., D., & Galloway, S., B. Technical Report U.S. Department of Commerce, 1999.
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1998 (2)
Geographic trend in mercury measured in Common Loon feathers and blood. Evers, D., C., Kaplan, J., D., Meyer, M., W., Reaman, P., S., Braselton, W., E., Major, A., Burgess, N., & Scheuhammer, A., M. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 17(2):173-183, 1998.
Geographic trend in mercury measured in Common Loon feathers and blood [pdf]Paper  Geographic trend in mercury measured in Common Loon feathers and blood [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Comparative study of heavy metal residue in some tissues of the fish Galeus melastomus caught along the Italian and Albanian coasts. Storelli, M., M., Ceci, E., & Marcotrigiano, G., O. Rapport Commission International pour l'exploration scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee, 35:288-289, 1998.
Comparative study of heavy metal residue in some tissues of the fish Galeus melastomus caught along the Italian and Albanian coasts [pdf]Website  bibtex   
1997 (4)
Heavy metals in Antarctic organisms. Moreno, J., d., Gerpe, M., Moreno, V., & Vodopivez, C. Polar Biology, 1997.
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A survey of total mercury and methylmercury in edible fish and invertebrates from Azorean waters. Andersen, J. & Depledge, M. Marine Environmental Research, 44(3):331-350, 10, 1997.
A survey of total mercury and methylmercury in edible fish and invertebrates from Azorean waters [link]Website  bibtex   
Metals and organochlorines in tissues of a Blainville's beaked whale (mesoplodon densirostris) and a killer whale (Orcinus orca) stranded in the United Kingdom. Law, R., J., Allchin, C., R., Jones, B., R., Jepson, P., D., Baker, J., R., & Spurrier, C., J., H. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 34(3):208-212, 1997.
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Heavy metals in livers of bottlenose dolphins stranded along the South Carolina Coast. Beck, K., M., Fair, P., Mcfee, W., & Wolf, D. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 34(9):734-739, 1997.
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1996 (3)
Lead, cadmium, mercury and selenium in Greenland marine animals. Dietz, R., Riget, F., & Johansen, P. Science of the Total Environment, 186:67-93, 7, 1996.
Lead, cadmium, mercury and selenium in Greenland marine animals [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Monitoring of fish and human exposure to mercury due to gold mining in the Lake Victoria goldfields, Tanzania. Ikingura, J R & Akagi, H. Science of the total environment, 191(1-2):59-68, 1996.
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Mercury in pilot whales: possible limits to the detoxification process. Caurant, F., Navarro, M., & Amiard, J. The Science of the Total Environment, 186:95-104, 1996.
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1995 (4)
Research into the mercury levels in blue sharks and deepwater dogfish around Tasmania has shown not all sharks have an acceptable mercry level under the proposed Australian Food Standards Code. Davenport, S. Australian Fisheries, 1995.
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Relationship of silver with selenium and merciru in the liver of two species of toothed whales (Odontocetes). Becker, P., R., Mackey, E., A., Demiralp, R., Suydams, R., Early, G., Kostner, B., J., & Wise, S., A. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 30:262-271, 1995.
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Methylmercury concentration in shark muscle by species, size and distribution of sharks in Florida coastal waters. Hueter, R., E., Fong, W., G., Henderson, G., French, M., F., & Manire, C., A. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 80:893-899, 1995.
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Total and organic mercury in Barents Sea pelagic fish. Joiris, C., R., Ali, I., B., Holsbeek, L., Bossicart, M., & Tapia, G. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 55(5):674-81, 11, 1995.
Total and organic mercury in Barents Sea pelagic fish. [link]Website  bibtex   
1994 (1)
Chemical contaminants in gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) stranded along the west coast of North America. Varanasi, U., Stein, J., E., Tilbury, K., L., Meador, J., P., Sloan, C., A., Clark, R., C., & Chan, S. Science of the Total Environment, 145:29-53, 1994.
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1992 (1)
Heavy metals and selenium in stranded dolphins of Northern Tyrrhenian (NW Mediterranean). Leonzio, C., Focardi, S., & Fossi, C. The Science of the Total Environment, 119:77-84, 1992.
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1991 (2)
Metal accumulation in tissues of sharks from the Bahía Blanca Estuary, Argentina. Marcovecchio, J., E., Moreno, V., J., & Pérez, A. Marine Environmental Research, 31:263-274, 1991.
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Mercury contamination of the harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena and other cetanceans from the North Sea and the Kattegat. Joiris, C., R., Holsbeek, L., Bouquegneau, J., M., & Bossicart, M. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 56:283-293, 1991.
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1990 (1)
Tissue distribution of heavy metals in small cetaceans from the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Marcovecchio, J., E., Moreno, V., J., Bastida, R., O., Gerpe, M., S., & H, R., D. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 21(6):299-304, 1990.
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1988 (1)
Organochlorine and heavy metal contaminats in white-beaked dolphins (Lagenorhynchus albirostris) and pilot whales (Globicephala melaena) from the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. Muir, D., C., G., Wagemann, R., Grift, N., P., Norstrom, R., J., Simon, M., & Lien, J. Archivwes of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 17:613-629, 1988.
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1987 (1)
Distribution of heavy metals in Antarctic marine ecosystem. Honda, K., Yamamoto, Y., & Tatsukawa, R. Polar Biology, 1:184-197, 1987.
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1986 (1)
Mercury and selenium concentrations in sharks from Northern Australian waters. Lyle, J. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 37:309-321, 1986.
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1984 (2)
Mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls in striped bass (Morone saxatilis) from two Nova Scotia rivers. Ray, S., Jessop, B., Coffin, J., & Swetnam, D. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 21:15-23, 1984.
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Mercury concentrations in four carcharhinid and three hammerhead sharks from coastal waters of the Northern Territory. Lyle, J. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 35:441-451, 1984.
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1981 (1)
Mercury in tropical marine organisms from North Queensland. Denton, G. & Breck, W. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 12(4):116-121, 1981.
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1979 (2)
Mercury and selenium in blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, fomr the Hawaiian Islands. Schultz, C., D. & Ito, B., M. Fishery Bulletin, 76(4):872-879, 1979.
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Mercury content of shark from south-western Australian waters. Caputi, N., Edmonds, J., & Heald, D. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 10:337-340, 1979.
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