Community based seawater monitoring for organic contaminants and mercury in the Canadian Arctic

Community based seawater monitoring for organic contaminants and mercury in the Canadian ArcticThe concentrations of contaminants in seawater influence what is detected in marine mammals and seabirds and levels and time trends of the contaminants in the ocean has been identified as a knowledge gap by the Northern Contaminants Program (NCP). Samples were analyzed for persistent organic pollutants (POPs) including brominated flame retardants (BFRs), perfluorinated substances and mercury. Repeated sampling at the same location and time of year will help develop temporal trend information for contaminants seawater.

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Synopsis of Research Conducted under the 2015\u20132016 Northern Contaminants Program
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Supporting data for the report: Synopsis of Research Conducted under the 2015\u20132016 Northern Contaminants Program
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Synopsis of Research Conducted under the 2014\u20132015 Northern Contaminants Program
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Polar Data Catalogue Metadata - Community based seawater monitoring for organic contaminants and mercury in the Canadian Arctic
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