Assessment of Total Mercury Levels in Clarias gariepinus from the Sagua la Grande River, Cuba

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Author(s)De La Rosa D, Lima L, Olivares-Rieumont S, Graham DW, Enriquez I, Diaz O, Bastías JM, Muñoz O
Publication type Article
JournalBulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
ISSN (print)0007-4861
ISSN (electronic)1432-0800
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Total mercury levels (Thg) were quantified in Clarias gariepinus captured from the Sagua la Grande River (Cuba) in the vicinity of an active chlor-alkali plant, and relationships among place of capture; fish size, weight, and sex; and THg levels were assessed. THg levels ranged from 67 to 375 ng/g ww in collected fish, never exceeding the Cuban recommended maximum limit for fish consumption of 500 ng/g ww. No significant correlation was observed between mercury levels and fish allometric characteristics (p
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