Wildfire, Mining, Mercury, and Fish: How climate change and historical resource extraction may put neurotoxins on your dinner plate
From Jeff Layne on October 5th, 2018
Dr. Jackson Webster
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering
Surprisingly, we are exposed to much more toxic material than you’d think. Mercury, one of the most common, yet dangerous is increasingly leaking into our climate, fish, water, and more. Dr. Jackson Webster reveals how natural phenomenons such as wildfires, along with human-induced changes such as mining are contributing to the increase in mercury.
Recorded: October 4, 2018