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Study on Mercury Methylation in the Amazonian Rivers in Flooded Areas for Hydroelectric Use

Overview of attention for article published in Water, Air & Soil Pollution, August 2019
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Study on Mercury Methylation in the Amazonian Rivers in Flooded Areas for Hydroelectric Use
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Water, Air & Soil Pollution, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11270-019-4261-3
Authors

Vinicius M. Gomes, Ademir dos Santos, Luiz F. Zara, Dayana D. Ramos, Juliane C. Forti, Diovany D. Ramos, Felipe A. Santos

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#11,979,971
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#839
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#174,443
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