China's Anthropogenic Hg Emissions in 2010

(1) Coal combustion

(2) Oil combustion

(3) Natural gas

1. Atmospheric Hg emissions from different sectors

(4) Point sources of nonferrous metal smelting

(5) Non-point sources of nonferrous metal smelting

(6) Cement production

(7) Iron and steel production

2. Total atmospheric Hg emissions

Total Hg emissions

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