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Main Title South Florida mercury monitoring and modeling pilot study /
Author Shrock, J. ; Bowser, J. ; Mayhew, W.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Shrock, John.
CORP Author Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc., Gainesville, FL.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Exposure Research Lab.
Publisher Environmental Science & Engineering,
Year Published 2000
Report Number EPA/600/R-00/102; EPA-68-D2-0134
Stock Number PB2002-100515
Subjects Fishes--Effect of heavy metals on--Florida--Everglades. ; Mercury--Bioaccumulation--Florida--Everglades. ; Incineration--Research--Florida. ; Atmospheric mercury--Research--Florida. ; Fishes--Florida--Everglades--Effect of heavy metals on ; Incineration--Research--Florida, South ; Atmospheric mercury--Research--Florida, South
Additional Subjects Mercury ; Water pollution control ; Fishes ; Modeling ; Florida ; Toxic hazards ; Freshwater ; Sampling ; Field operations ; Surface monitoring ; Stack sampling ; Laboratory operations ; Quality control ; Quality assurance
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB2002-100515 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation xii, 327 leaves : charts ; 28 cm
In 1985, the South Florida Atmospheric Mercury Monitoring Study was established to investigate several likely sources of Hg, as well as transport and deposition mechanisms. Field operations began on August 10, 1995, and ran continuously through September 6, 1995. Source Sampling was conducted at three facilities suspected of emitting Hg. The source sampling component investigated the chemical form and magnitude of Hg emissions from a resource recovery incinerator, a medical waste incinerator, and a coal-fired Portland cement kiln. In-stack measurements also included PM 2.5, elemental and organic carbon, trace elements, and trace gases. Field measurements were conducted at a network of five surface sites. Four surface sites were located in Dade County and one in Broward County. The mercury emitting sources (Davie, Miami Springs and Dade County), and one site located west of the urban sites adjacent to the Everglades (Thompson Park). Day and night air samples were collected for PM2.5, elemental and organic carbon, trace elements, and trace gases. Extensive meteorological data were collected. This report focuses largely on data completeness and the spatial-temporal variability of ambient concentration data.
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 27). Sponsored by U.S. EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory. Microfiche.