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Atmosphere-terrestrial exchange of gaseous elemental mercury: parameterization improvement through direct comparison with measured ecosystem fluxes

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Bibliographic reference Khan, Tanvir R. ; Obrist, Daniel ; Agnan, Yannick ; Selin, Noelle E. ; Perlinger, Judith A.. Atmosphere-terrestrial exchange of gaseous elemental mercury: parameterization improvement through direct comparison with measured ecosystem fluxes. In: Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, Vol. 21, no.10, p. 1699-1712 (2019)
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