An ecosystem-scale experiment published in Nature
A new study in Nature describes a whole-ecosystem experiment (METAALICUS) on the impact of a decrease of Hg deposition on Hg accumulation in aquatic food webs.
The lab recognized for its expertise!
According to expertscape.com, the lab’s expertise on mercury research in the biomedical field ranks in the top 0.039% of 36,336 published authors worldwide from 2011 through 2021.
Mapping metals in fish muscles: a new study
This study published in Chemosphere demonstrates an unexpected variability in metal concentrations within the musculature of fish, explainable by changes in protein and lipid concentrations.
In vitro mercury bioaccessibility should be used with caution: an in vivo study
We published a study in Toxics using pigs that shows that in vitro experiments on mercury bioaccessibility in fish should be interpreted with caution.
New publication on arsenic photooxidation in northern lakes
Our new study published in Journal of Hazardous Materials Advances shows for the first time that arsenic photooxidation may be an important biogeochemical process in northern freshwater systems.