Frequently Asked Questions about Mercury in Bass
Frequently Asked Questions about Mercury in Bass (Number of pages: 4) (Publication Size: 135KB)
|Author(s)||Gallagher, M., D. McBride, D. Norton, and S. Hutchison|
|Description||In conjunction with the release of Ecology's report entitled Mercury in Edible Fish Tissue and Sediments from Selected Lakes and Rivers of Washington State, the state Department of Ecology and the state Department Health have prepared this Frequently Asked Questions document to answer some questions about the study findings.|
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|Keywords||tissue, lakes, health, fish, study, river, sediment, mercury, lake|
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