BRI staff researchers publish their findings in scientific journals across multiple disciplines. We also produce summaries of our findings in our scientific communications pieces available to the general public.
Our online library provides access to our scientific literature including peer-reviewed journal articles, project reports, posters and presentations, scientific communications pieces, books, maps, videos, and news articles.
In 2011, BRI created the Center for Mercury Studies to consolidate science and policy-related projects led and conducted by BRI scientists around the world. This new publication covers the Center's projects and initiatives, ranging from global-scale monitoring of mercury in aquatic ecosystems to detailed monitoring of mercury exposure in single species and at-risk populations. It also outlines BRI's work related to the Minamata Convention on Mercury. Download the full booklet here.
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