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This Much Mercury...How the coal industry poisoned your tuna sandwich, Sierra Magazine (Nov/Dec 2011)

Sushi overload hurt Imax CEO, Halifax Chronicle-Herald (July 17, 2011)

'Wonderfish' coverage minimizes the 800-pound-methylmercury gorilla (Environmental Health News, March 28, 2011)

E.P.A. Proposes New Emission Standards for Power Plants (N.Y. Times, March 16, 2011

Hazards: Mercury Prompts a New Call to Limit Tuna (N.Y. Times, Dec. 13, 2010)

Mercury Levels Are Increasing in Popular Species of Game Fish in Lake Erie (Science Daily, May 20, 2010)

Mercury Found in Every Fish Tested, Scientists Say (N.Y. Times Aug.19, 2009) 

How Mercury Emissions Reach Tuna And Other Seafood, And Why Mercury Contamination Is Likely To Worsen (Science Daily, May 3, 2009)

Study shows link between air pollution, contaminated seafood” (N.Y. Times, May 1, 2009)

A Call for Tougher Standards on Mercury Levels in Fish (Yale Environment 360, Jan. 26, 2009)

Making Sense About Mercury in Fish (NPR, Jan. 31, 2008)

Taking Worry Off the Plate (N.Y. Times Jan. 30, 2008)

High Mercury Levels Are Found in Tuna Sushi (N.Y. Times Jan. 23, 2008)

New Report Fuels Confusion About Women, Fish (NPR, Oct. 4, 2007)

Mercury and Tuna: U.S. Advice Leaves Lots of Questions (Wall Street Journal, August 1, 2005)

EPA’s Methylmercury Guideline is Scientifically Justifiable for Protecting Most Americans, But Some May be at Risk (National Academy of Sciences Office of News and Public Information, July 11, 2000)