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University of California , Berkeley


Doctoral Student In Integrative Biology

University of California , Berkeley


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www.sciencedaily.com

"The Pacific in particular warrants high conservation concern as more threatened seabird species inhabit this region than any other ocean," said lead author Anh-Thu Vo, who did her research while an undergraduate at Harvard and is currently a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.


www.eurekalert.org

"The Pacific in particular warrants high conservation concern as more threatened seabird species inhabit this region than any other ocean," said lead author Anh-Thu Vo, who did her research while an undergraduate at Harvard and is currently a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.
"Temporal increase in organic mercury in an endangered pelagic seabird assessed via century-old museum specimens," Anh-Thu Vo, Michael S. Bank, James P. Shine, Scott V. Edwards, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, online April 18, 2011.


www.otrain.com [cached]

"It's possible that any human populations that largely depend on the same marine sources (of food) may be exposed to more methylmercury and be at risk," said study co-author Anh-Thu Vo, a doctoral student in integrative biology at UC Berkeley.
Vo's paper, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, relied on 54 samples of breast feathers from the black-footed albatross, an endangered, dusky-brown bird that feeds and nests mainly in the northern Pacific. To measure the bird's mercury concentrations historically, Vo gathered feathers dating from the 1880s to 2002 from museums at Harvard University and the University of Washington.


www.petmd.com

"Given both the high levels of methylmercury that we measured in our most recent samples and regional levels of emissions, mercury bioaccumulation and toxicity may undermine reproductive effort in this species and other long-lived, endangered seabirds," said lead author Anh-Thu Vo, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.


news.mongabay.com

"Toxicity may undermine reproductive effort in this species and other long-lived, endangered seabirds," said lead author Anh-Thu Vo, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.


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