Warmer seas may raise mercury in fish

Climate News Network: Scientists in the US say they have found evidence suggesting that warmer sea surface temperatures may increase the ability of fish to accumulate mercury. This could present a risk to the health of some consumers of seafood as the mercury rises up the marine food chain. The scientists, based at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, report their research in the journal PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science ONE). Until now science has known little about how global warming may affect mercury accumulation......

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