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Deposition of PCBs, as mono/di/trichloro- and tetra-nonachlorobiphenyls) in snow cores from the Agassiz Ice Cap (northern Ellesmere Island, Canada) Combined light and dark shaded sections of each bar indicate sum-PCB flux

Deposition of PCBs, as mono/di/trichloro- and tetra-nonachlorobiphenyls) in snow cores from the Agassiz Ice Cap (northern Ellesmere Island, Canada) Combined light and dark shaded sections of each bar indicate sum-PCB flux

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Published 2007-11-20
Sources Gregor, D.J., A.J. Peters, T. Teixeira, N. Jones and C. Spencer, 1995. The historical residue trend of PCBs in the Agassiz Ice Cap, Ellesmere Island, Canada. Sci. Total Environ. 160/161: 117-126. (AAR Figure 6.44)
Region canadaarcticislands
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