recent progress on our understanding of the biological effects of mercury in fish and wildlife in the canadian arctic.this review summarizes our current state of knowledge regarding the potential biological effects of mercury (hg) exposure on fish and wildlife in the canadian arctic. although hg in most freshwater fish from northern canada was not sufficiently elevated to be of concern, a few lakes in the northwest territories and nunavut contained fish of certain species (e.g. northern pike, arctic char) whose muscle hg concentrations exceeded an estimated threshold range (0.5-1.0 μg g(-1) wet weight) within w ...201524935263
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