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Is Pacific mackerel high in mercury?

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The table is sorted by MERCURY CONCENTRATION MEAN (PPM) from fish with lowest levels of mercury to highest levels of mercury....Mercury Levels in Commercial Fish and Shellfish (1990-2012)

SPECIESMACKEREL CHUB (Pacific)
MERCURY CONCENTRATION MEAN (PPM)0.088
MERCURY CONCENTRATION MEDIAN (PPM)N/A
MERCURY CONCENTRATION STDEV (PPM)N/A
MERCURY CONCENTRATION MIN (PPM)0.03
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