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Mercury in Marine Fish

Mercury in Marine Fish, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Among the dietary routes for low-level human exposure to mercury, consumption of fish is the most common. The complex relationships between mercury, the atmosphere and marine organisms indicate that mercury contamination of certain marine fish probably predates human uses. Even if all human-related sources were removed, the problem would continue to exist for several generations.


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