- Archived code for models developed in the Sunderland Lab available at: -

Link to food web bioaccumulation model for methylmercury in marine ecosystems (BAM3).


Please acknowledge: Schartup et al. (2019), Nature, DOI: 10.1038/s41586-019-1468-9.

Internal wiki page for running MITgcm simulations: here


MITgcm homepage


Link to code for global PCB simulation in the MITgcm

(Wagner et al., 2019, Global Biogeochemical Cycles)

Link to Open Science Framework site for Hu et al., (2016) with underlying drinking water PFAS data and code used to generate spatial analysis.

Information on the latest public release of the GEOS-Chem model can be found here

Link to 1990-2010 global mercury emissions data: [.zip file]

Link to data on global historical Hg consumption data and emissions scenarios shown on the right: [.xls file]

  • Please acknowledge: Amos et al. (2015), Observational and modeling contraints on global anthropogenic enrichment of mercury, Environ. Sci.Technol., 49, 4036-4047.


  • Amos et al. (2013), Legacy impacts of all-time anthropogenic emissions on the global mercury cycle, Glob. Biogeochem. Cycle, 27(2), 410-421.
  • Amos et al. (2014), Global biogeochemical implications of mercury discharges from rivers and sediment burial, Environ. Sci.Technol., 48(16), 9514-9522.


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