Mercury levels are high, but why?

Just to share with readers: A research currently released by Silverton-based Mountain Studies Institute shows that the amount of mercury in precipitation, soil and wildlife in Southwest Colorado, though not alarmingly high, but should be of concern.

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One thought on “Mercury levels are high, but why?

  1. Mercury, Mercury, Mercury; nature provided us with Mercury but looks like we don’t know how to safely and effectively use it. Indeed, there’s need for EPA to take a better approach as regards to it’s safe use for the good of all.

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