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14. Soerensen, A.L., et al. (in prep.). Cycling of inorganic and methylated mercury in the Arctic Ocean.

13. Chen, L., Y. Zhang, D.J. Jacob, A.L. Soerensen, J.A. Fisher, H.M. Horowitz, E.S. Corbitt, X. Wang (2015). Differences in decadal trends of atmospheric mercury between the Arctic and northern mid-latitudes suggest a decline in Arctic Ocean mercury, Geophysical Research Letters (in review)

12. Schartup, A.T., P.H. Balcom, A.L. Soerensen, K.J. Gosnell, R.S.D. Calder, R.P. Mason, E.M. Sunderland (2015). Salinity and stratification enhance methylmercury production and bioaccumulation in a sub-Arctic estuary (in review).

11. Song, S, N. Selin, A.L. Soerensen, et al. (2015). Top-down constraints on atmospheric mercury emissions and implications for global biogeochemical cycling, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions (15) 5269-5325, doi: 10.5194/acpd-15-5269-2015.

10. Witt, M., A.L. Soerensen, S.B. Brooks, E.G. Brunke, G.M. Henderson, T.A. Mather, H. Skov, F. Slemr (2014). Atmospheric Mercury over the South-East Atlantic Ocean, Atmospheric Environment (in review).

9. Soerensen, A.L., R.P. Mason, P. Balcom, D.J. Jacob, Y. Zhang, J. Kuss, E.M. Sunderland (2014). Elemental mercury concentrations and fluxes in the tropical atmosphere and ocean, Environmental Science and Technology 48(19), 11312-11319, doi:10.1021/es503109p

8. Fisher, J.A., D.J. Jacob, A.L. Soerensen, H.M. Amos, E.S. Corbitt, D.G. Streets, Q. Wang, R.M. Yantosca, E.M. Sunderland (2013). Factors driving mercury variability in the Arctic atmosphere and ocean  over the past thirty yearsGlobal Biogeochemical Cycles, doi:10.1002/2013GB004689

7. Soerensen, A.L., R.P. Mason, P. Balcolm, and E.M. Sunderland (2013). Drivers of seawater mercury concentrations in the surface ocean and air-sea exchange: six cruises in the West Atlantic OceanEnvironmental Science and Technology 47, 7757-7765, doi:10.1021/es401354q.

6. Soerensen, A.L., Jacob, D.J., Streets, D., Witt, M., Ebinghaus, R., Mason, R.P., Andersson, M., Sunderland, E.M. (2012). Multi-decadal decline of mercury in the North Atlantic atmosphere explained by changing subsurface seawater concentrations, Geophysical Research Letters 39, L21810, doi:10.1029/2012GL053736.

5. Fisher, J.A., Jacob, D.J., Soerensen, A.L., Amos, H.M., Steffen, A., Sunderland, E.M. (2012). Riverine source of Arctic Ocean mercury inferred from atmospheric observationsNature Geoscience 5, 499-504, doi:10.1038/Ngeo1478.

4. Mason, R.P., Choi, A.L. Fitzgerald, W.F., Hammerschmidt, C.R., Lamborg, C.H., Soerensen, A.L., Sunderland, E.M. (2012). Mercury Biogeochemical Cycling in the Ocean and Policy ImplicationsEnvironmental Research, doi:10.1016/j.envres.2012.03.013.

3. Soerensen, A.L., Skov, H., Jacob, D.J., Sørensen, B.T., Johnson, M.S. (2010a). Global Concentrations of Gaseous Elemental and Reactive Gaseous Mercury in the Marine Boundary Layer. Environmental Science & Technology 44, 7425-7430, doi:10.1021/es903839n

2. Soerensen, A.L., Sunderland, E.M., Holmes, C.D., Jacob, D.J., Yantosca, R., Skov, H., Christensen, J.H., Strode, S.A., Mason, R.B. (2010b) An Improved Global Model for Air-sea exchange of Mercury: High concentrations over the North Atlantic. Environmental Science & Technology 44 (22), 8574-8580, doi:10.1021/es102032g

1. Soerensen, A.L., Skov, H., Johnson, M.S., Glasius, M (2010c). Gaseous mercury in coastal urban areas. Environmental Chemistry 7, 537-547, doi: 10.1071/EN10088

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OTHER SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Soerensen, A.L. (2011) Gaseous Mercury in the Marine Boundary Layer: Measurements and Modeling. PhD thesis. Department of Atmospheric Chemistry, National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University, Denmark. 176 pp

Soerensen, A.L. “Deposition scenarios for long-range transport of anthropogenic nitrogen and its potential influence on high Arctic ecosystems, A case study of Zackenberg: past, present and future”. Master thesis, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 131 pp