Historic coal pollution found in the Arctic
Scientists have found evidence for a link between coal usage and the levels of thallium, cadmium and lead in Greenland
The pristine ice and snow of the Arctic may seem the last place to search for toxic pollutants, but a research team from the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nev., has shown that looks can be deceptive. Analysis of a Greenland ice core containing ice dating from 1772 to 2003 indicates that elevate....
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