Mercury levels in tuna rising

Rising atmospheric levels of mercury are responsible for increasing concentrations of the toxic trace metal in Pacific yellowfin tuna, and if current deposition rates are maintained the North Pacific will double in mercury by 2050

by Rachel Salvidge
(photograph: Cigdem Uzun/123RF)
(photograph: Cigdem Uzun/123RF)

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