DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Tables of mercury levels in commercial fish and shellfish. These foods are divided base on high or low expected levels of mercury.

Environmental Protection Agency.

Describes the maximum advisable concentration of methylmercury in freshwater and estuarine fish and shellfish tissue to protect consumers of fish and shellfish among the general population.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Summary of a study that provided the first national estimates of median concentrations for 268 chemicals in lake fish, defined a national fish contamination baseline to track progress of pollution control activities, and identified areas where contaminant levels are high enough to warrant further investigation.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Discusses what mercury is and the CFIA's role in controlling it. Includes an information update on testing for mercury in canned tuna as well as other related topics.