Subject: WHY IS THERE SO MUCH MERCURY IN COAL?
Date: Wed Jan 11 23:42:37 2006
Posted by Kimberly Becker
Grade level: 7-9
School: California Academy of Math and Science
City: Carson State/Province: CA
Area of science: Environment & Ecology
There is an increase in mercury. Fish are being contaminated by it. The cause
for increase in mercury is due to power plants burning coal. WHY IS THERE SO
MUCH MERCURY IN COAL?
Re: WHY IS THERE SO MUCH MERCURY IN COAL?
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