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Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 9:30-9:50M.O.1.1A-1SUBSTANCE FLOW ANALYSIS FOR MERCURY IN POLAND FOR YEAR 2016DamianPANASIUKCardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland
Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 9:50-10:10M.O.1.1A-2TRACE OF PM2.5 SOURCES BY USING MERCURY ISOTOPE IN TEN MEGACITIES OF CHINAChenLIU
Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 10:10-10:30M.O.1.1A-3UPDATED GAS-PARTICLE PARTITIONING MODEL FOR ATMOSPHERIC OXIDIZED MERCURYQingruWUTsinghua University, China
Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 11:00-11:20M.O.1.1A-4MERCURY EMISSIONS AND POSSIBLE AIRBORNE PHOTOCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF OXIDIZED MERCURY OBSERVED DURING AIRCRAFT MEASUREMENTS IN THE EMISSIONS PLUMES OF ALBERTA OIL SANDS FACILITIESDavidMCLAGANTechnical University of Braunschweig
Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 11:20-11:40M.O.1.1A-5MULTI-CENTURY RECONSTRUCTION OF ATMOSPHERIC HG(0) TRENDS IN NORTHERN CANADA USING TREE-RINGS.IgorLEHNHERRDepartment of Geography, University of Toronto (Canada)
Mon, Sept. 9th1.1A 11:40-12:00M.O.1.1A-6PHYTOMANAGEMENT OF CHLOR-ALKALI TAILINGS DUMPS USING TREES : TRANSFER OF HG, PLANT PRODUCTIVITY AND IMPACT ON MICROBIAL COMMUNITIESMichelCHALOTUniversité de Bourgogne France-Comté
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 9:30-9:50M.O.1.3A-1MERCURY CYCLING IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN AS REVEALED BY MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPESLaura C.MOTTA M.Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 9:50-10:10M.O.1.3A-2USING MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPES TO UNRAVEL METHYLMERCURY SOURCE ORIGIN AND DISTRIBUTION IN TUNA FROM THE SOUTH WESTERN PACIFIC OCEANDavidPOINTObservatoire Midi-Pyrénées, GET, UMR CNRS 5563 / IRD 234 / Université́ Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3, 14 avenue Edouard Belin, 31400 Toulouse, France
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 10:10-10:30M.O.1.3A-3ENERGY BUT MERCURY: PINNIPED CONSUMPTION INCREASES MERCURY EXPOSURE FOR THE GREAT WHITE SHARK.GaëlLE CROIZIERObservatoire Midi-Pyrenées, GET, UMR CNRS 5563/IRD 234/Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3, 14 avenue Edouard Belin, 31400 Toulouse, France
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 11:00-11:20M.O.1.3A-4INVESTIGATING ENVIRONMENTAL ORIGINS AND BIOACCUMULATION OF METHYLMERCURY IN A SUBARCTIC ESTUARYMilingLI
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 11:20-11:40M.O.1.3A-5SEABIRD HG ISOTOPIC SIGNATURES DOCUMENT INTERANNUAL CHANGING DYNAMICS OF THE HG CYCLE IN THE PERUVIAN COASTMarinaRENEDOGeosciences Environnement Toulouse (GET)- Institut of Research for Development (IRD)
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3A 11:40-12:00M.O.1.3A-6VARIATIONS OF MERCURY ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS IN PENGUIN GUANO DEPOSITS DURING THE LITTLE ICE AGE IN ANTARCTICAWangZHENGInstitue of Surface-Earth System Science, Tianjin University
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 9:30-9:50M.O.1.8-1THIOL FUNCTIONAL GROUPS ASSOCIATED WITH NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER AND BACTERIAL MEMBRANES: CONCENTRATIONS AND THERMODYNAMIC STABILITIES OF COMPLEXES FORMED WITH MERCURY(II)YuSONGDepartment of Forest Ecology and Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Science, SE-901 83 Umeå, Sweden
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 9:50-10:10M.O.1.8-2FERMENTATIVE BACTERIA DOMINATE MERCURY-METHYLATING COMMUNITY IN THE WATER COLUMN OF A SULFATE-ENRICHED FRESHWATER LAKEBenjaminPETERSONEnvironmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 10:10-10:30M.O.1.8-3MICROBIAL BIOSYNTHESIS OF THIOL COMPOUNDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SPECIATION, CELLULAR UPTAKE AND METHYLATION OF HG(II)ErikBJÖRNUmeå University
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 11:00-11:20M.O.1.8-4THE ROLES OF MERCURY CHEMICAL SPECIATION AND BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTION OF LOW MOLECULAR MASS THIOLS FOR METHYLMERCURY FORMATION IN BOREAL WETLANDSVanLIEM-NGUYENStockholm University
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 11:20-11:40M.O.1.8-5ROLES OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN REGULATING MERCURY METHYLATION IN PADDY SOILSYu-RongLIUHuazhong Agricultural University
Mon, Sept. 9th1.8 11:40-12:00M.O.1.8-6ASSESSMENT OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES AND GEOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS DETERMINING THE MERCURY METHYLATION IN SUBMARINE CANYON SEDIMENTS (ATLANTIC OCEAN, SW FRANCE)AlyssaAZAROFFUMR IPREM UPPA-CNRS
Mon, Sept. 9th2.69:30-10:30MINAMATA VICTIM
Mon, Sept. 9th2.611:00-11:20M.O.2.6-1THE RESPONSE OF THE DEHCHO FIRST NATIONS (CANADA) FOLLOWING FISH CONSUMPTION NOTICES RELEASE AND INCREASED MERCURY LEVELS MEASURED IN ENVIRONMENTAL DATA.GladysNORWEGIANDehcho First Nations
Mon, Sept. 9th2.611:20-11:40M.O.2.6-2MERCURY HAZARDS AWARENESS PROGRAM AMONG DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES PARTICULARLY EMPHASIS ON SCHOOL CHILDREN IN HISAR, HARYANA, INDIARituBALAEnvironmental and Culture Society
Mon, Sept. 9th2.611:40-12:00M.O.2.6-3MANAGING MERCURY EXPOSURE THROUGH CONSUMPTION ADVISORIES IN CANADA – SUCCESS OR FAILURE?GregoryKAMINSKIHealth Canada
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 9:30-9:50M.O.3.6A-1MERCURY CONTROL IN LIGNITE AND COAL FIRED POWER PLANTS BY STATIONARY SORBENT MODULESOlePETZOLDTW. L. Gore & Associates
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 9:50-10:10M.O.3.6A-2MERCURY EMISSION – CHALLENGES FOR COAL-BASED POWER GENERATION SECTORKazimierzSZYNOLTAURON Wytwarzanie S.A.
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 10:10-10:30M.O.3.6A-3REDUCING MERCURY WITH NEWLY DEVELOPED POWDERED ACTIVATED CARBONS AT COAL FIRED POWER PLANTSBertVAN DEN AKKERSolution provider
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 11:00-11:20M.O.3.6A-4NOVEL METHOD OF MERCURY REDUCTION IN FLUE GASES OF LIGNITE FIRED POWER PLANTS BY DEDICATED BROMINE SALTS MIXTURESBeataPESTKA-PĘDZIWIATRPGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna S.A.
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 11:20-11:40M.O.3.6A-5REDUCTION OF MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM A 900MW COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT THROUGH MERCURY STABILIZATION AND ADSORPTION DURING A WET-FLUE GAS DESULPHURIZATION (WFGD)WeronikaKOGELUniversity Stuttgart
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6A 11:40-12:00M.O.3.6A-6NOVEL HYBRID TECHNIQUE FOR MERCURY REDUCTION IN FLUE GASESArkadiuszRYFASilesian University of Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th4.1 9:30-9:50M.O.4.1-1USING INDICATORS TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURYSusanKEANENatural Resources Defense Council
Mon, Sept. 9th4.29:50-10:10M.O.4.1-2MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPES FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURYSae YunKWONDivision of Environmental Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th4.310:10-10:30M.O.4.1-3GLOBAL MONITORING OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO MERCURY AND ITS COMPOUNDS: ARE WE READY?IrinaZASTENSKAYAWHO Regional Office for Europe
Mon, Sept. 9th4.411:00-11:20M.O.4.1-4PROGRESS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF MINAMATA CONVENTION IN CHINAYiTIANSolid Waste and Chemicals Management Center,MEE
Mon, Sept. 9th4.511:20-11:40M.O.4.1-5USING SOILS AND BIOTA TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURYMichaelBANKInstitute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway
Mon, Sept. 9th4.611:40-12:0M.O.4.1-6HOW CLOSELY DO MERCURY TRENDS IN AQUATIC WILDLIFE TRACK THOSE IN THE ATMOSPHERE? – IMPLICATIONS FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONFeiyueWANGUniversity of Manitoba
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 15:00-15:20M.O.1.2A-1METABOLOMICS UNCOVERS PHYTOPLANKTON RESPONSES TO HG COMPOUNDS IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTVeraSLAVEYKOVAUniversity of Geneva
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 15:20-15:40M.O.1.2A-2BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF MERCURY SPECIES IN THE WATER COLUMN OF HIGH ALTITUDE LAKES OF THE WESTERN PYRENEES (FRANCE / SPAIN)BastienDUVALKimika Analitikoa Saila, Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea UPV/EHU, Sarriena Auzoa z/g, 48940 Leioa (Basque Country) and CNRS/UNIV PAU & PAYS ADOUR, Institut des Sciences Analytiques et de Physico-chimie pour l’Environnement et les Matériaux, UMR 5254, 64000,
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 15:40-16:00M.O.1.2A-3MERCURY SPECIES IN SURFACE WATER IN MIDDLE AND NORTHERN TIBETAN PLATEAULihaiSHANGState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550081, China
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 16:00-16:20M.O.1.2A-4PROPAGATION OF THE MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN CASCADE RESERVOIRS IMPACTED BY A CHLOR-ALKALI PLANT, OLT RIVER, ROMANIAJean-LucLOIZEAUUniversity of Geneva
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 16:20-16:40M.O.1.2A-5TEMPORAL MERCURY DYNAMICS THROUGHOUT THE RICE CULTIVATION CYCLE: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACHMoisèsSÁNCHEZ-FORTÚNDepartament de Biologia Evolutiva, Ecologia i Ciències Ambientals, Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)
Mon, Sept. 9th1.2A 16:40-17:00M.O.1.2A-6IMPACT OF SEDIMENT MERCURY SPECIATION ON MERCURY CYCLING IN THE ST. LOUIS RIVER ESTUARYMarissaKNEERUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 15:00-15:20M.O.1.4A-1ENHANCED ARCTIC RIVER PARTICULATE HG EXPORT AT THE PERMAFROST THAWING FRONTJeroenSONKECNRS - University of Toulouse
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 15:20-15:40M.O.1.4A-23-D MODELING OF ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY-LAYER MERCURY DEPLETION EVENTS ACROSS THE SPRINGTIME ARCTICKenjiroTOYOTAEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 15:40-16:00M.O.1.4A-3EURASIAN RIVER SPRING FLOOD OBSERVATIONS SUPPORT NET ARCTIC OCEAN MERCURY EXPORT TO THE ATMOSPHERE AND ATLANTIC OCEANRomanTEISSERENCEcoLab, Université de Toulouse, France
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 16:00-16:20M.O.1.4A-4IDENTIFYING THE SOURCES AND FATE OF WINTERTIME MERCURY DEPOSITION TO A NORTHERN ALASKA COASTAL WATERSHED USING MAJOR IONS AND MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPESThomasDOUGLASU.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 16:20-16:40M.O.1.4A-5MERCURY IN THE BERING SEA FOOD WEBWesley W.HUFFMANUniversity of Connecticut
Mon, Sept. 9th1.4A 16:40-17:00M.O.1.4A-6METHYLMERCURY BIOGEOCHEMISTRY AND FATE IN DECEPTION ISLAND, (ANTARCTICA)JoãoCANÁRIOCentro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 15:00-15:20M.O.1.3B-1TRACING MERCURY MOBILITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE ABBADIA SAN SALVATORE LEGACY MERCURY MINE AREA USING MERCURY ISOTOPE RATIOS AND CONCENTRATIONSMichaelPRIBILUSGS
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 15:20-15:40M.O.1.3B-2IDENTIFICATION OF MERCURY SOUCES IN THROUGHFALL USING STABLE ISOTOPE SIGNATURESKaiLI
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 15:40-16:00M.O.1.3B-3STABLE ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION INDUCED FROM MERCURY BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMSXinbinFENGState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 16:00-16:20M.O.1.3B-4USING MERCURY ISOTOPES TO IDENTIFY SOURCES OF MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY ACCUMULATING IN FOREST SOILS AND BIOTA ALONG A MONTANE ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT.Jason D.DEMERSUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 16:20-16:40M.O.1.3B-5MERCURY ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION DURING FOREST BURNING IN THE AMAZONLarissaRICHTERChemistry Institute, University of Campinas, UNICAMP, P.O. Box 6154, 13083-970 Campinas, SP, Brazil / CNRS/UNIV PAU & PAYS ADOUR, Institute of Analytical Sciences and Physico-Chemistry for Environment and Materials (IPREM), UMR 5254, 64000, Pau, France.
Mon, Sept. 9th1.3B 16:40-17:00M.O.1.3B-6ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION INDUCED BY SOIL-AIR EXCHANGE OF MERCURY VAPOR IN SUBTROPICAL FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: EVIDENCE FOR LEGACY RE-EMISSIONWeiYUANState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550081, China
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 15:00-15:20M.O.2.7-1PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO HG IN THE UK ? CHILD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT. Jean GOLDINGUniversity of ?
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 15:20-15:40M.O.2.7-2DIETARY CORRELATES OF METHYL MERCURY IN SEAFOOD CONSUMERS AND NON-SEAFOOD CONSUMERSEllenWELLSPurdue University
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 15:40-16:00M.O.2.7-3GENETIC DISPOSITION TO DEVELOPMENTAL METHYLMERCURY NEUROTOXICITYPhilippeGRANDJEANUniversity of Southern Denmark
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 16:00-16:20M.O.2.7-4THE POTENTIAL AND THE CHALLENGES OF UPDATING ASSESSMENTS OF METHYLMERCURY TOXICITYLeonidKOPYLEVUS EPA
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 16:20-16:40M.O.2.7-5NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS USED TO ASSESS METHYLMERCURY DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITYDeborahSEGALU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Mon, Sept. 9th2.7 16:40-17:00M.O.2.7-6LOW-LEVEL MERCURY EXPOSURE, NEURODEVELOPMENT AND THE ROLE OF GENETIC POLYMORPHISMS: FOLLOW-UP OF THE SLOVENIAN AND CROATIAN BIRTH COHORTSJanjaSNOJ TRATNIKJožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 15:00-15:20M.O.3.6B-1FROM TOXIC MERCURY TO NON-TOXIC MERCURY COMPOUNDFrankSCHARRENBACHNew Environmental Technology GmbH
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 15:20-15:40M.O.3.6B-2BALANCING MERCURY IN THE GERMAN CEMENT INDUSTRYVolkerHOENIGVDZ
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 15:40-16:00M.O.3.6B-3OPTIMIZING MERCURY CONTROLS IN COAL COMBUSTION POWER AND CEMENT PRODUCING PLANTSNikolay R. MASHYANOVOhio Lumex Company
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 16:00-16:20M.O.3.6B-4INVESTIGATION ON MERCURY EMISSION FROM CHINESE CEMENT SECTOR AND ITS WHOLE-PROCESS ASSESSMENTJuanLIChina Building Materials Academy
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 16:20-16:40M.O.3.6B-5STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELECTED METHODS OF REMOVING MERCURY FROM LIGNITE FLUE GASESKrzysztofKOGUTAGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Energy and Fuels
Mon, Sept. 9th3.6B 16:40-17:00M.O.3.6B-6MERCURY RELEASED FROM MERCURY CONTAMINATED STEEL DURING SMELTINGDr MarkANDREW
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 15:00-15:20M.O.4.2-1ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL PRIORITIES FROM MINAMATA INITIAL ASSESSMENTSEisaku TODASecretariat of the Minamata Convention on Mercury, United Nations Environment Programme
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 15:20-15:40M.O.4.2-2THE KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM OF THE GLOBAL OBSERVATION SYSTEM FOR MERCURY (GOS4M): A PROACTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR DECISION-MAKERSSergioCINNIRELLACNR-Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, Rende, Italy
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 15:40-16:00M.O.4.2-3GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING SECTOR: INVOLVING THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY IN ASGM MERCURY REDUCTION EFFORTSLudovicBERNAUDATUnited Nations Environment Programme
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 16:00-16:20M.O.4.2-4THE USE AND IMPACT OF FLEXIBILITY MECHANISMS IN MULTILATERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS – INVESTIGATING PRACTISE AND IMPACT UNDER THE MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURYEirik H.STEINDALNorwegian Institute for Water Research
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 16:20-16:40M.O.4.2-5INCORPORATING DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON THE HUMAN HEALTH IMPACTS OF METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE INTO REGULATORY ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTHannahBARNARD-CHUMIKUniversity of British Columbia
Mon, Sept. 9th4.2 16:40-17:00M.O.4.2-6TRANS-PROVINCIAL HEALTH IMPACTS OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY EMISSIONS IN CHINALongCHENEast China Normal University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 9:30-9:50T.O.1.7A-1A COMPREHENSIVE MERCURY MODEL FROM ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS TO BIO-ACCUMULATION IN FISHJohannesBIESERHelmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 9:50-10:10T.O.1.7A-2SUB-MESOSCALE VARIABILITY OF VOLATILE ELEMENTAL MERCURY IN SURFACE WATERS OF THE BALTIC SEAJoachimKUSSLeibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 10:10-10:30T.O.1.7A-3DARK REDUCTION SETS EVASION OF MERCURY FROM THE OCEANCarlLAMBORGUniversity of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 11:00-11:20T.O.1.7A-4DIATOM-OOZE – A LARGE MARINE MERCURY SINKHaraldBIESTERInstitut für Geoökologie, AG Umweltgeochemie, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 11:20-11:40T.O.1.7A-5HYDROTHERMAL ACTIVITY AND MERCURY FLUXES INTO NEARBY SEDIMENTSZofiaBAUMANNUniversity of Connecticut
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7A 11:40-12:00T.O.1.7A-6HYDROTHERMAL MERCURY (HG) EMISSIONS IN A SHALLOW-WATER NEARSHORE ENVIRONMENT, PALEOCHORI BAY, MILOS, GREECEHannahROBERTSUniversität Bremen
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 9:30-9:50T.O.1.2B-1MERCURY INTERACTIONS AND TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF NANOPARTICLESRobertMASONDepartments of Marine Sciences and Chemistry, University of Connecticut
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 9:50-10:10T.O.1.2B-2BIOMAGNIFICATION OF METHYLMERCURY IN NORTHWESTERN CHILE, WESTERN CHILEAN PATAGONIA AND THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA.WinfredESPEJOMelimoyu Ecosystem Research Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 10:10-10:30T.O.1.2B-3DECLINES IN METHYLMERCURY IN BOREAL RESERVOIRS: NEW ANALYSIS FROM THE FLOODED UPLAND DYNAMICS EXPERIMENTBrittHALLUniversity of Regina
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 11:00-11:20T.O.1.2B-4MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER COMPONENTS FACILITATING THE TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION OF MERCURY IN HEADWATER STREAMS OF THE ADIRONDACK STATE PARK, NEW YORK, USA.GeoffreyMILLARDSyracuse University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 11:20-11:40T.O.1.2B-5MERCURY METHYLATION ALONG A CHRONOSEQUENCE OF PEATLANDS: WHY YOUNGER MIRES HAVE MORE METHYLMERCURY AND LESS TOTAL MERCURYBaolinWANGDepartment of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.2B 11:40-12:00T.O.1.2B-6THE ROLE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER QUALITY IN METHYLMERCURY AND TOTAL MERCURY IN A FORESTED HEADWATER STREAMJamesSHANLEYU.S. Geological Survey
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 9:30-9:50T.O.1.4B-1BIOACCUMULATION PATHWAYS OF MONOMETHYLMERCURY IN AN ARCTIC MARINE COPEPODKangWANGCentre for Earth Observation Science, and Department of Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2, Canada
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 9:50-10:10T.O.1.4B-2REACTIVE MERCURY SPECIATION AND DRY DEPOSITION DURING AMDES IN THE ARCTICStefanOSTERWALDERCNRS, IRD, IGE, University Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 10:10-10:30T.O.1.4B-3MERCURY CYCLING IN THE SUB-ARCTIC HUDSON BAY SYSTEMKathleenMUNSONUniversity of Manitoba
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 11:00-11:20T.O.1.4B-4TOTAL AND METHYLATED MERCURY INPUTS AND OUTPUTS IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN VIA FRAM STRAIT AND BARENTS SEA OPENINGMariia V.PETROVAAix-Marseille Univ., Toulon Univ., CNRS, IRD, Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (M I O), Marseille, France
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 11:20-11:40T.O.1.4B-5PROCESSES CONTROLLING THE VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF METHYLMERCURY IN THE ARCTIC OCEANAminaSCHARTUPHarvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.4B 11:40-12:00T.O.1.4B-6MERCURY IN PRECIPITATED AND SURFACE SNOW AT DOME C, A FIRST ESTIMATE OF MERCURY DEPOSITIONAL FLUXES DURING THE AUSTRAL SUMMER ON THE HIGH ANTARCTIC PLATEAU.WarrenCAIRNSInstitute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (IDPA-CNR), 155 Via Torino, 30170 Mestre, Italy.
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 9:30-9:50T.O.1.3C-1MAPPING OF MERCURY FLOWS IN AUSTRIA – UNDERSTANDING THE NATIONAL MERCURY METABOLISMSabineDWORAK
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 9:50-10:10T.O.1.3C-2MERCURY ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION IN THE LARGE ANTHROPOGENICALLY IMPACTED PEARL RIVER, SOUTH CHINAYuanyuanZHANG
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 10:10-10:30T.O.1.3C-3TRACKING HG IN NEW AQUITANIAN LAKES (FRANCE) USING STABLE ISOTOPE SIGNATURE IN BIOTA AND SURFACE SEDIMENTSZoynePEDRERO ZAYASIPREM UMR UPPA-CNRS
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 11:00-11:20T.O.1.3C-4CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CONTROLS ON MERCURY ISOTOPE SOURCE SIGNATURES IN STREAM FISH FROM THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATESSarahJANSSENUnited States Geological Survey
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 11:20-11:40T.O.1.3C-5MERCURY ISOTOPE INVESTIGATION OF SOURCES AND TRANSPORT OF MERCURY IN A CREEK IMPACTED BY MULTIPLE ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIESSaebomJUNGDivision of Environmental Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), South Korea
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.3C 11:40-12:00T.O.1.3C-6TRACING MERCURY SOURCES IN CONTAMINATED FRESHWATER SEDIMENTS AND BIOTA USING MERCURY ISOTOPES: ST. CLAIR RIVER AREA OF CONCERNNabilaRAHMANUniversity of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 9:30-9:50T.O.2.2A-1METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE RISK ANALYSIS IN MINAMATA AND ADJACENT AREASShinyaUENOProfessor, Kumamoto University
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 9:50-10:10T.O.2.2A-2CHIME PROGRAM IN INDONESIA: A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH TO ENGAGE VULNERABLE POPULATIONS IN ASGM HOTSPOTSYuyunISMAWATINexus3/BaliFokus Foundation/CIH LMU, Munich
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 10:10-10:30T.O.2.2A-3HUMAN MERCURY EXPOSURE AND HEALTH RISK IN THREE TYPICAL MERCURY CONTAMINATED AREAS, CHINABoWANGInstitute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 11:00-11:20T.O.2.2A-4MERCURY CONTAMINATION STATUS OF RICE SYSTEM IN PAKISTAN AND ASSOCIATED HEALTH RISKSMuhammad WajahatASLAMState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550081, China
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 11:20-11:40T.O.2.2A-5ESTIMATING POPULATION LEVEL EXPOSURE TO METHYLMERCURY BY ASSESSING MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN WILD-CAUGHT MARKET FISH IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZONLuis E.FERNANDEZCenter for Amazonian Scientific Innovation, Wake Forest University
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2A 11:40-12:00T.O.2.2A-6MERCURY IN MARINE, FRESHWATER AND AQUACULTURE SPECIES FROM A MAJOR FISHERIES PORT IN SOUTH INDIA AND HUMAN DIETARY EXPOSURESubhavanaK.L.Doctoral student
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 9:30-9:50T.O.3.5-1GASEOUS MERCURY CALIBRATION STANDARD TO ENSURE TRACEABILITY AND CONSISTENCY OF MERCURY MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGYRobertoPAROLA
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 9:50-10:10T.O.3.5-2HIGH-RESOLUTION LASER ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY FOR A SI TRACEABLE CALIBRATION-FREE PRIMARY METHOD FOR GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATIONAbneeshSRIVASTAVANational Institute of Standards and Technology
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 10:10-10:30T.O.3.5-3STACK EMISSIONS MONITORING USING MERCURY CEMS: AN OVERVIEW OF QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTSDavidGRAHAMUniper Technologies
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 11:00-11:20T.O.3.5-4DEVELOPMENT OF SI TRACEABLE DYNAMIC CALIBRATORS FOR OXIDIZED MERCURY WarrenCORNSPS Analytical
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 11:20-11:40T.O.3.5-5CONTINUOUS HG MEASUREMENT FOR OPTIMIZATION OF HG REDUCTION MEASURESSarahLUEHMANN
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.5 11:40-12:00T.O.3.5-6THE RELATION BETWEEN STRUCTURAL AND TEXTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LIGNITE AND HARD COAL AND MERCURY REMOVAL DURING PYROLYSIS PROCESSEdytaMISZTALInstitute for chemical processing of coal
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.515:00-15:20T.O.1.5-1(IN)TOXIFICATION: THE SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL LIVES OF ABANDONED GOLD MINING LANDSCAPES IN MADRE DE DIOS, PERUJimenaDIAZ LEIVAUniversity of California, Berkeley
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.515:20-15:40T.O.1.5-2CRATER LAKES ARCHIVE THE HISTORY ATMOSPHERIC HG DEPOSITION IN THE TROPICSColinCOOKEUniversity of Alberta
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.515:40-16:00T.O.1.5-3ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF SMALL HYDROPOWER PLANTS IN CASCADES ON THE ACCUMULATION OF MEHG IN FISH FROM BRAZILIAN AMAZONIA AND PANTANAL RIVERSWilkinsonLÁZAROPrograma de Pós Graduação em Ciências Ambientais. Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso - Bazil
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.516:00-16:20T.O.1.5-4INVESTIGATING THE FATE OF ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY EMISSIONS IN THE TROPICSIan M.HEDGECOCKCNR-Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, 87036 Rende, Italy
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.516:20-16:40T.O.1.5-5SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL MERCURY IN WATER BODIES AROUND ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING LOCATIONS IN TANZANIAEliapenda ElisanteMARIKIDepartment of Chemistry and Physics, Sokoine University of Agriculture, P. O. Box 3038 Chuo kikuu, Morogoro Tanzania
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.516:40-17:00T.O.1.5-6TOTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN BROWN BOBBY (SULA LEUCOGASTER) FROM SANTANA ARCHIPELAGO, MACAÉ, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL.Gabriel ProhaskaBIGHETTI
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 15:00-15:20T.O.1.10-1IMPACT OF CHANGING OCEAN BIOGEOCHEMISTRY ON METHYLMERCURY FORMATION AND TROPHIC TRANSFER IN THE GLOBAL OCEAN IN THE 21ST CENTURYYanxuZHANGSchool of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 15:20-15:40T.O.1.10-2HG CONCENTRATIONS IN THE HAIR OF MAMMOTH AND OTHER PREHISTORIC ANIMALS AS AN INDICATOR OF THE GLOBAL MERCURY AND CLIMATE CHANGESStellaEYRIKHInstitute for Water and Environmental Problems SB RAS, Barnaul
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 15:40-16:00T.O.1.10-3TOWARDS DEEPER UNDERSTANDING ON THE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATIC AND PRODUCTIVITY TO MERCURY BIOMAGNIFICATION IN SUBARCTIC LAKE FOOD WEBSNataliaKOZAKInland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Campus Evenstad, Anne Evenstads vei 80, NO-2480 Koppang, Norway
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 16:00-16:20T.O.1.10-4HOLOCENE RECONSTRUCTION OF HG DEPOSITION IN THE CENTRAL ANDES: RESPECTIVE CONTRIBUTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE, VOLCANISM AND ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIESStéphaneGUÉDRONUniv. Grenoble Alpes, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc, CNRS, IRD, IFSTTAR, ISTerre, 38000 Grenoble, France.
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 16:20-16:40T.O.1.10-5GLOBAL WARMING ACCELERATES UPTAKE OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN GLACIER RETREATED REGIONSXUNWANGCollege of resources and environment, Southwest University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.10 16:40-17:00T.O.1.10-6URBAN BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF LABILE HG BY DIFFUSIVE GRADIENTS IN THIN-FILMS TECHNIQUE IN ANTHROPOGENICALLY-IMPACTED FRESHWATER ENVIRONMENT (ZENNE RIVER, BRUSSELS)ArneBRATKIČUniversité de Liège / Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 15:00-15:20T.O.1.1B-1SOIL-ATMOSPHERIC EXCHANGE OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY IN THREE SUBTROPICAL FORESTS WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SUBSTRATE HG CONCENTRATIONLEIDUAN
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 15:20-15:40T.O.1.1B-2COMPARISON OF TWO ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY BIDIRECTIONAL EXCHANGE MODELSJingliangHAOUniversity of Windsor
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 15:40-16:00T.O.1.1B-3DECREASING TREND IN NIGHTTIME ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN 2006-2016 AT A HIGH-ELEVATION BACKGROUND SITE DOWNWIND OF THE EAST ASIA CONTINENTGuey-RongSHEUDepartment of Atmospheric Sciences, National Central University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 16:00-16:20T.O.1.1B-4MECHANISTIC OXIDATION AND REDUCTION OF ATMOSPHERIC HG: IMPLICATIONS FOR SPECIATION, DEPOSITION PATTERNS AND BUDGET IN A GLOBAL CHEMISTRY MODELColinTHACKRAYHarvard University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 16:20-16:40T.O.1.1B-5MERCURY EMISSION TO THE ATMOSPHERE DOMINATES ANNUAL MASS BALANCE OF A BOREAL PEATLAND: TIME TO RETHINK TIMELINES FOR RECOVERY?KevinBISHOPSLU
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.1B 16:40-17:00T.O.1.1B-6ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE: TREND OVER 2007-2017 AND ROLE OF THE SOUTHERN OCEANLynwillMARTINSouth African Weather Service
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 15:00-15:20T.O.1.7B-1TERRESTRIAL INPUTS AS A VECTOR OF HG CONTAMINATION IN A GLACIER AND RIVER-INFLUENCED ARCTIC FJORD SYSTEM (ISFJORDEN, SVALBARD)MaeveMCGOVERNNorwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 15:20-15:40T.O.1.7B-2ECOSYSTEM CONTROLS ON THE INCIDENCE OF METHYLMERCURY IN TEMPERATE ESTUARINE WATER COLUMNSEmilySEELENUniversity of Connecticut
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 15:40-16:00T.O.1.7B-3DO OXYGEN DEPLETED WATER ZONES IMPACT MERCURY LEVELS IN COASTAL SEA FOOD WEBS?AnneSOERENSENStockholm University
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 16:00-16:20T.O.1.7B-4RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MERCURY IN SEDIMENT AND THE WATER COLUMN TO FISH BIOACCUMULATION IN HUMAN IMPACTED ESTUARIES IN LONG ISLAND, NYCeliaCHENDartmouth College
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 16:20-16:40T.O.1.7B-5CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF PROBABLE NITROGEN LIMITATION AND ITS ABSENCE ON MERCURY SPECIATION IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN AS INDICATORS OF MICROBIAL MERCURY TRANSFORMATIONSIgorZIVKOVICJozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tue, Sept. 10th 1.7B 16:40-17:00T.O.1.7B-6MERCURY ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION DURING AQUEOUS-PHASE REDUCTION OF HGII BY LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT ORGANIC COMPOUNDSHuifangZHAOState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang, China
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B15:00-15:20T.O.2.2B-1MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY LEVELS IN ATRATO RIVER, AN ECOSYSTEM HIGHLY IMPACTED BY GOLD MINING IN THE COLOMBIAN PACIFICYuberPALACIOS-TORRESEnvironmental Toxicology and Natural Recourses Group. School of Natural Sciences, Technological University of Choco “Diego Luis Cordoba”, Quibdo, Choco, A.A. 292, Colombia.
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B15:20-15:40T.O.2.2B-2A NOVEL METHOD TO RAPIDLY ASSESS OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO MERCURY IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING (ASGM) USING NANOGOLD COLOURIMETRY: FIELD AND LABORATORY TESTINGPaleahBLACK MOHER
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B15:40-16:00T.O.2.2B-3DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AMONG ARTISANAL SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINERS USING MERCURY FOR GOLD EXTRACTION IN KADOMA, ZIMBABWENadineSTECKLING-MUSCHACKUniversity Hospital Munich, Institute and Clinic for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Unit Global Environmental Health, Munich, Germany
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B16:00-16:20T.O.2.2B-4DIETARY COUNSELING ON RISKS AND BENEFITS OF FISH CONSUMPTION AND MERCURY TESTING IN REPRODUCTIVE AGE WOMEN IN A HEALTH CLINIC SETTINGMaryTURYKUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B16:20-16:40T.O.2.2B-5MERCURY POLLUTION IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING IN SUKABUMI, INDONESIA: KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTIONS AND HEALTH IMPLICATIONALFONSUS HHARIANJAResearch and Development Center for Environmental Quality and Laboratory, Forestry and Environment Research, Development and Innovation, Ministry of Environment and Forestry of The Republic of Indonesia
Tue, Sept. 10th 2.2B16:40-17:00T.O.2.2B-6HUMAN EXPOSURE TO MERCURY AND DIETARY RISK ASSESSMENT IN CYPRUS: BENEFITS OF CROSS-BORDER EUROPEAN HARMONIZATION AND COOPERATION.AndromachiKATSONOURICyprus State General Laboratory, Ministry of Health, Republic of Cyprus; Chemical Group Leader for Mercury in the frame of the European Human Biomonitoring Initiative, HBM4EU
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C15:00-15:20T.O.3.6C-1MERCURY BALANCE DURING THE COKING PROCESS AND ITS DETERMINATION IN COKE OVEN GASJerzyGÓRECKIAGH University of Science and Technology
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C15:20-15:40T.O.3.6C-2MIGRATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF MERCURY SPECIES IN A TYPICAL WET FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION SYSTEMLinCHANG
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C15:40-16:00T.O.3.6C-3MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM INDUSTRIAL SOURCES - MORE THAN 30 SECTORS ANALYSED TO FIND REAL SINKSPeterGEBHARDT
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C16:00-16:20T.O.3.6C-4EMPOWERING THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINERS AND ENGAGING THE GOVERNMENT AT SUB-NATIONAL LEVELS THROUGH FORMALIZATION IN ORDER TO REDUCE MERCURY IMPACTS TO THE ENVIRONMENTBudiSUSILORINIPure Earth/Blacksmith Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C16:20-16:40T.O.3.6C-5EMISSION AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY IN SOLID WASTE LANDFILL IN SOUTH KOREAYoung-heeKIMChemicals Research Division, Environmental Health Research Department, National Institute of Environmental Research, Incheon 22689, Republic of Korea
Tue, Sept. 10th 3.6C16:40-17:00T.O.3.6C-6CHALLENGES AND DRIVERS FOR THE CONVERSION AND DECOMMISSIONING OF CHLOR-ALKALI PLANTSOzunimiITIUnited Nations Industrial Development Organization
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.99:30-9:50W.O.1.9-1INCREASED METHYLATION OF HG(II) IN HILLSLOPE SOILS AFTER FOREST HARVEST – AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTOR TO BOREAL SURFACE WATER METHYL MERCURY LOADUlfSKYLLBERGSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.99:50-10:10W.O.1.9-2METHYL- AND TOTAL MERCURY EXPORT DYNAMICS FROM AN EXPERIMENTAL PEATLAND AFTER ENDING ENHANCED ATMOSPHERIC SULFATE ADDITIONSCarlMITCHELLUniversity of Toronto Scarborough
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.910:10-10:30W.O.1.9-3MERCURY REMOBILIZATION FROM POLLUTED TOPSOILS IN SEMI-ARID AREAS AFFECTED BY WILDFIRESMarekTUHÝInstitute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Mineral Resources, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.911:00-11:20W.O.1.9-4EFFECTS OF BIOMASS REMOVAL POST-TIMBER HARVESTING ON MERCURY EXPORT FROM HILLSLOPESColinMCCARTERUniversity of Toronto Scarborough
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.911:20-11:40W.O.1.9-5THE TEMPORAL ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DEPOSITION DYNAMICS AND MERCURY ACCUMULATION POOLS IN THE BOREAL FOREST ECOSYSTEMWeiZHUDepartment of Forest Ecology and Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.911:40-12:00W.O.1.9-6THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN LAND-ATMOSPHERE EXCHANGE AND SOIL DYNAMICS OF MERCURY IN A SWISS SUBALPINE FORESTJen-HowHUANG
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C9:30-9:50W.O.1.2C-1GROWTH AND DORMANCY EFFECTS ON METHYLMERCURY ACCUMULATION IN PROFUNDAL INVERTEBRATES OF A NORTH-TEMPERATE LAKEJohnCHETELATEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C9:50-10:10W.O.1.2C-2MERCURY IN BOTTOM SEDIMENTS OF DIFFERENT WATER BODIES IN CENTRAL VIETNAMYuryUDODENKOPapanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters Russian Academy of Sciences; Cherepovets State University
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C10:10-10:30W.O.1.2C-3POTENTIALLY TOXIC VERSUS PHYSIOLOGICALLY REQUIRED - MERCURY AND POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS AT THE BASE OF FOOD WEBS IN CHINESE RESERVOIRS AND SWEDISH LAKESMinJINGState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C11:00-11:20W.O.1.2C-4ATMOSPHERIC AND HYDROLOGIC TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION OF MERCURY FROM ARTISANAL GOLD MINING IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZONJacquelineGERSONDuke University
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C11:20-11:40W.O.1.2C-5EFFECT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES ON BIOMAGNIFICATION OF MERCURY IN AQUATIC FOOD CHAINS IN CHANGSHOU LAKE,CHONGQING,CHINAQingXIECollege of Resources and Environment, Southwest University
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.2C11:40-12:00W.O.1.2C-6THE EFFECT OF COMPLEX LIFE HISTORIES ON HG ACCUMULATION AND EXPOSURE IN LINKED AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL FOOD WEBSDavidWALTERSU.S. Geological Survey
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D9:30-9:50W.O.1.3D-1METHYLMERCURY PHOTODEGRADATION PATHWAYS AND ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION IN THE WATER COLUMN OF LAKE TITICACA (BOLIVIAN ALTIPLANO)DavidAMOUROUXCNRS - Univ Pau Pays Adour IPREM
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D9:50-10:10W.O.1.3D-2QUANTIFYING THE SEASONAL CYCLE OF METHYLMERCURY PHOTODEGRADATION IN FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS USING MERCURY ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION PRESERVED IN PLANKTONBridgetBERGQUISTUniversity of Toronto
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D10:10-10:30W.O.1.3D-3USING MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPE RATIOS TO TRACE THE BIOACCUMULATION OF MEHG IN THE LOWER FOOD WEB OF LAKE ERIERyanLEPAKUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D11:00-11:20W.O.1.3D-4RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METHYL MERCURY CONTAMINATION AND PROPORTION OF AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL PREY IN DIETS OF SEVEN TAXA OF SHORELINE SPIDERSMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D11:20-11:40W.O.1.3D-5MERCURY ISOTOPE FRACTIONATIONS IN DIFFERENT FORM OF MERCURY IN PADDY ECOSYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONSQinCHONGYANGState key laboratory of environmental geochemistry, Institute of geochemistry, Chinese academy of sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 1.3D11:40-12:00W.O.1.3D-6MERCURY ISOTOPE VARIATIONS IN CHINESE BOHAI SEA FOOD WEB AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR MERCURY SOURCES AND CYCLINGMeiMENGInstitute of Surface-Earth System Science, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 9:30-9:50W.O.2.1-1BIOMAGNIFICATION OF MERCURY IN SANDY BEACHES OFF THE COAST OF THE STATE OF RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZILThatianneVIEIRAUniversidade Federal Fluminense
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 9:50-10:10W.O.2.1-2DIFFERENCES IN MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY BIOACCUMULATION BETWEEN KEY BIVALVE SPECIES AND ATLANTIC SILVERSIDES FROM LONG ISLAND SOUNDGunnarHANSENUniversity of Connecticut: Avery Point
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 10:10-10:30W.O.2.1-3MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION, TOXIC EFFECTS AND MERCURY ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION IN RATS FED WITH METHYLMERCURY POLLUTED RICEPingLIInstitute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 11:00-11:20W.O.2.1-4META-ANALYSIS OF MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN FORAGE FISH ACROSS NORTHEAST USA ESTUARIESKateBUCKMANKate.L.Buckman@dartmouth.edu
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 11:20-11:40W.O.2.1-5THE MERCURY TEN YEAR CHALLENGE: RAPID TEMPORAL DECLINE OF METHYLMERCURY IN CIRCUMPOLAR GREENLAND HALIBUTMichaelBANKInstitute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway
Wed, Sept. 11th 2.1 11:40-12:00W.O.2.1-6TRACING THE BIOACCUMULATION PATHWAYS AND METHYLATION/DEMETHYLATION OF MERCURY IN RICE PLANT USING MULTI-ISOTOPE TECHNIQUEBoMENGState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.19:30-9:50W.O.3.1-1EFFECTS OF ACTIVATED CARBON AMENDMENT ON PARTITIONING AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY IN TIDAL MARSH SEDIMENTS: PART 1 - LABORATORY STUDIESSteven S.BROWNDow
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.19:50-10:10W.O.3.1-2EFFECTS OF ACTIVATED CARBON AMENDMENT ON PARTITIONING AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY IN TIDAL MARSH SEDIMENTS: PART 2 - FIELD STUDIESSteven S.BROWNDow
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.110:10-10:30W.O.3.1-3MERCURY – ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION APPROACH.MarcinSZYMKIEWICZArcadis Sp. z o.o.
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.111:00-11:20W.O.3.1-4SCIENCE-BASED REMEDY DRIVERS FOR A LARGE ESTUARY SITE, HACKENSACK MEADOWLANDS, USAPeterBRUSSOCKThe ELM Group, Inc.
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.111:20-11:40W.O.3.1-5REVIEW OF RECENT ADVANCES IN MERCURY RESEARCH: ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION OF MERCURY CONTAMINATED SITES.ChrisECKLEYUnited States Environmental Protection Agency
Wed, Sept. 11th 3.111:40-12:00W.O.3.1-6ASSESSING THE RELATIVE SUCCESS OF MULTIPLE INTERVENTIONS AT ONONDAGA LAKE TO REDUCE MERCURY BIOACCUMULATIONElizabethHENRYAnchor QEA
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.39:30-9:50W.O.4.3-1REVIEW OF RECENT ADVANCES IN MERCURY RESEARCH: MAJOR FACTORS CONTROLLING TERRESTRIAL CYCLINGKevinBISHOPSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.39:50-10:10W.O.4.3-2MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM SATELLITE ELECTRIC PROPULSION SYSTEMS: A NEW SOURCE THAT COULD AFFECT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONNicolaPIRRONECNR-Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, 87036 Rende, Italy
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.310:10-10:30W.O.4.3-3OVERCOMING TECHNICAL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE CHALLENGES FOR THE WIDESPREAD USE OF A MERCURY PASSIVE AIR SAMPLER (MERPAS) METHOD FOR MINIMATA CONVENTION MONITORINGEricPRESTBOTekran Instruments
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.311:00-11:20W.O.4.3-4EXPERIENCES WITH HALOGEN-BASED MERCURY OXIDATION IN COAL AND WASTE COMBUSTION Bernhard W.VOSTEENVosteen Consulting GmbH, Cologne (Germany)
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.311:20-11:40W.O.4.3-5OPTIMIZATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CLADOPHORA SP ALGA IMMOBILIZED IN ALGINATE BEADS AND SILICA GEL BIOSORBENTS OF MERCURY FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONSEwaCUKROWSKAUniversity of the Witwatersrand
Wed, Sept. 11th 4.311:40-12:00W.O.4.3-6COMPREHENSIVE MERCURY MONITORING IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL SAMPLES FROM THE GERMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIMEN BANK: MATRIX COMPARISONS, SPATIAL COMPARISONS AND TEMPORAL TRENDS OVER THREE DECADESHeinzRUEDELFraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology (Fraunhofer IME)
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 9:30-9:50R.O.1.6A-1ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL SPECIATION OF MERCURY COMPOUNDS USING HIGH ENERGY RESOLUTION FLUORESCENCE DETECTED X-RAY ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY (HERFD-XAS)SusanNEHZATIUniversity of Saskatchewan
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 9:50-10:10R.O.1.6A-2APPLICATION OF MEHG STABLE ISOTOPES IN THE FOX RIVER, WI, USA TO UNDERSTAND BIOACCUMULATION IN A CONTAMINATED FRESHWATER ESTUARYTylor J.ROSERAEnvironmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 10:10-10:30R.O.1.6A-3INNOVATIVE ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGIES BASED ON A THIOL-CONTAINING IONIC LIQUID TO FACILITATE HG DETECTION IN NATURAL WATERSClaudiaFONTASUniversity of Girona
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 11:00-11:20R.O.1.6A-4TRACE MERCURY DETECTION IN WATER: NEW ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR BASED ON GOLD NANOPARTICLES MODIFIED ELECTRODEFatmaFEZAILaboratoire de Genie Chimique Universite Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 11:20-11:40R.O.1.6A-5DIRECT DETECTION OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY BY CHEMICAL IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRYAlexeiKHALIZOVNew Jersey Institute of Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6A 11:40-12:00R.O.1.6A-6DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED METHOD FOR MEASUREMENT OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURYMaeGUSTINUniversity of Nevada-Reno, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C9:30-9:50R.O.1.1C-1ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY MODEL EVALUATION VS. REALISTIC LIMITS OF DETERMINISTIC PREDICTIONS: WHAT IS SUCCESS?MarkCOHENU.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Air Resources Laboratory, College Park, Maryland, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C9:50-10:10R.O.1.1C-2QUANTIFYING THE DOWNWARD TREND OF AIR MERCURY IN URBAN CHINA DUE TO REDUCTION OF ANTHROPOGENIC MERCURY EMISSIONS USING A GENERALIZED ADDITIVE MODELYiTANGSchool of environment, Tsinghua university
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C10:10-10:30R.O.1.1C-3ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY TRENDS IN WESTERN CANADA ARE ON THE RISEAlexandraSTEFFENEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C11:00-11:20R.O.1.1C-4ATMOSPHERIC METHYLMERCURY: FROM THE OCEAN TO FOG TO BIOACCUMULATION IN COASTAL TERRESTRIAL APEX PREDATORS IN CALIFORNIA USAPeterWEISS-PENZIASUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C11:20-11:40R.O.1.1C-5MEASUREMENT AND UNDERSTANDING GOM CONCENTRATIONS AND CHEMISTRY FROM SITES IN UTAH, HAWAII, MARYLAND, AND NEVADA, USA.AdrielLUIPPOLDUniversity of Nevada
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1C11:40-12:00R.O.1.1C-6A NEW PROJECTION OF HISTORICAL ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS OF MERCURYSaulGUERREROIndependent Scholar
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C9:30-9:50R.O.1.7C-1MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS AS TOOL TO STUDY INORGANIC MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY BEHAVIOUR IN CONTAMINATED COSTAL ENVIRONMENTTeodorSTOICHEVInterdisciplinary Center of Marine and Environmental Research (Matosinhos, Portugal)
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C9:50-10:10R.O.1.7C-2HG POLLUTION IN THE VENICE LAGOON: INTEGRATING MODELING AND OBSERVATIONS TO EXPLORE PAST DYNAMICS AND FUTURE SCENARIOSGinevraROSATIOGS - National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics, OCE section, ECHO group, Trieste, Italy
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C10:10-10:30R.O.1.7C-3EXAMINING TOTAL MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY LEVELS ALONG A SALINITY GRADIENT IN A COASTAL WETLAND ECOSYSTEM IN SOUTH CAROLINA, USAYenerULUSUniversity of North Carolina at Greensboro
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C11:00-11:20R.O.1.7C-4BEHAVIOR OF METHYLMERCURY AND TOTAL MERCURY AFTER RESUSPENSION OF CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS FROM GUANABARA BAY, BRAZILChristianeMONTEGeology Department, Universidade Federal do Oeste do Pará, Santarém, PA
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C11:20-11:40R.O.1.7C-5MERCURY CYCLING IN A PORTUGUESE MESOTIDAL ECOSYSTEM, TAGUS ESTUARY: WATER COLUMN CHEMISTRY AND TRANSPORT.RuteCESÁRIOCentro de Química Estrutural - Instituto Superior Técnico - University of Lisbon
Thu, Sept. 12th1.7C11:40-12:00R.O.1.7C-6LIGNIN BIOMARKERS AS TRACERS OF MERCURY SOURCES IN SHELF AND CONTINENTAL SLOPE, CAMPOS BASIN-RJ BRAZILBeatrizARAUJOLaboratoire Géosciences Environnement Toulouse, CNRS/Institute for Research and Development/Université Paul Sabatier–Toulouse III, 31400 Toulouse, France
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D9:30-9:50R.O.1.2D-1INTER- AND INTRA-SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN EGG MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN FOUR SEABIRD SPECIES IN ATLANTIC CANADA AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH STABLE SULPHUR, NITROGEN, AND CARBON ISOTOPE RATIOSNeilBURGESSEnvironment & Climate Change Canada
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D9:50-10:10R.O.1.2D-2MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS IN THE BRAZILIAN EASTERN AMAZONCecileSOUZA GAMAIEPA
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D10:10-10:30R.O.1.2D-3ACCUMULATING MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY BURDENS IN WATERSHEDS IMPACTED BY OIL SANDS POLLUTIONColinCOOKEAlberta Environment and Parks
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D11:00-11:20R.O.1.2D-4THE FENNOSCANDIAN FISH MERCURY DATABASE: SPATIAL PATTERNS AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN RELATION TO SOURCES, DEPOSITION, LAKE MORPHOMETRY AND CATCHMENT PROPERTIESHans Fredrik VeitebergBRAATENNorwegian Institute for Water Research
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D11:20-11:40R.O.1.2D-5SPATIAL PATTERNS AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND DEPOSITION, SURFACE WATER AND FISH MERCURY IN THE ADIRONDACK REGION OF NEW YORK, USACharlesDRISCOLLSyracuse University
Thu, Sept. 12th1.2D11:40-12:00R.O.1.2D-6PERIPHYTON AND FISH MERCURY IN THE FLORIDA EVERGLADESYongCAIFlorida International University
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 9:30-9:50R.O.2.8A-1SHORT- AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MERCURY EXPOSURE ON THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACK (GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS) POPULATIONSVyshalDELAHAUT
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 9:50-10:10R.O.2.8A-2MERCURY LEVELS IN BIRDS FROM LAS ORQUIDEAS NATIONAL NATURAL PARK, COLOMBIALucellysSIERRA-MARQUEZUniversity of Cartagena
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 10:10-10:30R.O.2.8A-3FACTORS INFLUENCING HG EXPOSURE IN TWO SUBANTARCTIC SYMPATRIC SEABIRDS, THE GIANT PETRELSPacoBUSTAMANTEUniversity of La Rochelle
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 11:00-11:20R.O.2.8A-4SPATIAL PATTERNS OF EXPOSURE TO MERCURY IN BOREAL SONGBIRDS: COMBINING FEATHER MERCURY AND STABLE ISOTOPE (Δ2H) MEASUREMENTS.YanjuMADepartment of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada; Advanced Facility for Avian Research, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 11:20-11:40R.O.2.8A-5THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL FACTORS ON METHYLMERCURY BIOMAGNIFICATION IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMSCaitlynDONADTUniversity of Alberta
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8A 11:40-12:00R.O.2.8A-6TOXICOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF MERCURY CYANIDE AND SODIUM CYANIDE IN ZEBRA-FISH (DANIO RERIO)HenriqueALENCARIBCCF - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Thu, Sept. 12th3.29:30-9:50R.O.3.2-1SOURCES AND TREATMENT OF MERCURY WASTES FROM THE GAS INDUSTRYPeterMAXSONConcorde East/West Sprl
Thu, Sept. 12th3.29:50-10:10R.O.3.2-2STABILISATION OF MERCURY AS HGS WITH A WET CHEMICAL PROCESSPHILIPPEZANETTIN
Thu, Sept. 12th3.210:10-10:30R.O.3.2-3METHYLMERCURY RETENTION IN A LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE CEMENT-SLAG-FLY ASH WASTE FORMChristineLANGTONSavannah River National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th3.211:00-11:20R.O.3.2-4WHERE DID IT GO? AN ASSESSMENT OF MERCURY SOURCES AND SINKS IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING IN COLOMBIAIsabelCASASBUENAS CABEZASColorado School of Mines
Thu, Sept. 12th3.211:20-11:40R.O.3.2-5DEVELOPMENT OF STABILIZATION PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY FOR WASTE INCINERATION FACILITIES USING CHELATEEun-SongLEEYonsei University
Thu, Sept. 12th3.211:40-12:0R.O.3.2-6CALCIUM ALGINATE-MESOPOROUS ACTIVATED CARBON COMPOSITE BEADS AS A NOVEL ADSORBENT FOR ELEMENTAL MERCURY FROM NATURAL GASMohamed B.MASODEgyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI), Nasr City, 11727, Cairo, Egypt
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 15:00-15:20R.O.1.11A-1AN OVERVIEW OF OUR UNDERSTANDING OF HG METHYLATION AND MEHG DEMETHYLATION - PART 1CynthiaGILMOURSmithsonian Environmental Research Center
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 15:20-15:40R.O.1.11A-2AN OVERVIEW OF OUR UNDERSTANDING OF HG METHYLATION AND MEHG DEMETHYLATION - PART 2CynthiaGILMOURSmithsonian Environmental Research Center
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 15:40-16:00R.O.1.11A-3METHANOTROPHIC AND PHOTOCHEMICAL DEMETHYLATION IN THE ENVIRONMENTBaohuaGUOak Ridge National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 16:00-16:20R.O.1.11A-4METHYLATION AND DEMETHYLATION OF MERCURY BY SULPHATE-REDUCING BACTERIA: NEW INSIGHTS FROM THE COMBINATION OF HERFD-XANES, NANO-XRF AND GC-ICP MSMarie-PierreISAUREIPREM, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour & CNRS, Pau, France
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 16:20-16:40R.O.1.11A-5A MULTI-OMICS VIEW OF THE NATIVE BIOCHEMICAL FUNCTION OF HG METHYLATION PROTEINS IN DESULFOVIBRIO DESULFURICANS ND132Caitlin M.GIONFRIDDOOak Ridge National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th1.11A 16:40-17:00R.O.1.11A-6STABILITY OF DIMETHYLMERCURY IN THE PRESENCE OF REDUCED SULFUR AND UNDER VARYING TEMPERATURE AND PH CONDITIONSJohannesWESTStockholm University
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B15:00-15:20R.O.1.6B-1TESTING METHODS FOR QUANTIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF REACTIVE MERCURY COMPOUNDSSarrahDUNHAM-CHEATHAMUniversity of Nevada, Reno
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B15:20-15:40R.O.1.6B-2INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION OF ELEMENTAL AND OXIDIZED MERCURY PERMEATION TUBE EMISSION RATES AND SPECIATIONSethLYMANUtah State University
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B15:40-16:00R.O.1.6B-3A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR EVALUATING THE TRANSPORT OF HG(II) IN THE PRESENCE OF NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER THROUGH A DIFFUSIVE GRADIENT IN THIN-FILM (DGT) PASSIVE SAMPLERBalajiRAOTexas Tech University
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B16:00-16:20R.O.1.6B-4COMPARABLE MEASUREMENT RESULTS FOR GLOBAL MERCURY MONITORING IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTEmiliyaVASILEVAInternational Atomic Energy Agency, Environment Laboratories, Monaco
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B16:20-16:40R.O.1.6B-5IN SITU REACTIVE GASEOUS GERCURY UPTAKE ON RADIELLO DIFFUSIVE BARRIER, CATION EXCHANGE MEMBRANE AND TEFLON FILTER MEMBRANES DURING ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DEPLETION EVENTSGeoffrey W.STUPPLEEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Thu, Sept. 12th1.6B16:40-17:00R.O.1.6B-6EXPERIMENTAL AND ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO ELUCIDATE THE ROLE OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC MERCURY (HG) TRANSFORMATION.JavierGARCÍA-CALLEJACNRS/IPREM
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D15:00-15:20R.O.1.1D-1AIR-SEA EXCHANGE OF MERCURY SPECIES IN THE NORTH AND TROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN: EVIDENCE GAINED FROM THE GP15 GEOTRACES EXPEDITIONYipengHEDepartment of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut, 1080 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340, USA.
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D15:20-15:40R.O.1.1D-2ANTHROPOGENIC AND METEOROLOGICAL DRIVERS OF OBSERVED DECREASE IN ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN CHINA DURING 2013-2017ShuxiaoWANGSchool of Environment, Tsinghua University
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D15:40-16:00R.O.1.1D-3TRACKING ATMOSPHERIC SOURCES OF MERCURY THROUGH PASSIVE AIR SAMPLING AND ISOTOPIC FINGERPRINTINGNatalieSZPONARUniversity of Toronto
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D16:00-16:20R.O.1.1D-4MULTI-YEAR MONITORING OF ATMOSPHERIC TOTAL GASEOUS MERCURY AT A REMOTE HIGH-ALTITUDE SITE (NAM CO, 4730 M A.S.L.) IN THE INLAND TIBETAN PLATEAU REGIONXiufengYINState Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Science, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Science, Lanzhou, 730000, China
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D16:20-16:40R.O.1.1D-5ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY (HG(0)) CONCENTRATIONS AND HG(0) FLUXES DURING THE JOINT RUSSIAN-CHINESE CRUISE ARCTIC SILK WAY 2018ViktorKALINCHUKV.I.Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute of Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, 43, Baltiyskaya Street, Vladivostok, 690041, Russia
Thu, Sept. 12th1.1D16:40-17:00R.O.1.1D-6OXIDATION OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY INITIATED BY OH RADICAL: MECHANISM AND RATE CONSTANTS FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERIC MODELINGTheodoreDIBBLEState University of New York- Environmental Science and Forestry
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 15:00-15:20R.O.2.4-1ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PRENATAL LOW-LEVEL MERCURY EXPOSURE AND NEURODEVELOPMENT IN AN ITALIAN BIRTH COHORT: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS AT 18 AND 40 MONTHS OF CHILD’S AGE.ValentinaROSOLENInstitute for Maternal and Child Health - IRCCS “Burlo Garofolo”, via dell’Istria, 65/1, 34137, Trieste, Italy
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 15:20-15:40R.O.2.4-2PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO METHYLMERCURY FROM FISH CONSUMPTION AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT AT 7 YEARS OF AGE IN THE SEYCHELLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDY NUTRITION COHORT 2EdwinVAN WIJNGAARDEN
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 15:40-16:00R.O.2.4-3THE MEASUREMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN STUDIES OF PRENATAL MERCURY EXPOSURE: EXPERIENCES FROM THE SEYCHELLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDYDanielMRUZEKUniversity of Rochester Medical Center, United States
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 16:00-16:20R.O.2.4-4ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN METHYLMERCURY, N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS AND ANTINUCLEAR ANTIBODIES IN YOUNG ADULTS FROM THE SEYCHELLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDY.Emeir MMCSORLEYNutrition Innovation Centre for Food and Health (NICHE), Ulster University, Coleraine, Northern Ireland
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 16:20-16:40R.O.2.4-5ASSOCIATIONS OF BLOOD MERCURY AND FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS WITH BLOOD MITOCHONDRIAL DNA COPY NUMBER IN THE SEYCHELLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT NUTRITION STUDYKarinBROBERGInstitute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Thu, Sept. 12th2.4 16:40-17:00R.O.2.4-6A METABOLOMIC STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN A RAT MODELSamuelLOThe Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B15:00-15:20R.O.2.8B-1MONITORING OF HG SOURCES IN ARCTIC TOP PREDATORS: INSIGHTS FROM ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS IN CAPTIVE HOODED SEALS CYSTOPHORA CRISTATA.MariannaPINZONEUniversity of Liège
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B15:20-15:40R.O.2.8B-2MERCURY CONTAMINATION OF ARCTIC SEABIRDS: SPATIO-TEMPORAL TRENDS AND IMPACTSJérômeFORTLIENSs-CNRS
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B15:40-16:00R.O.2.8B-3SPATIAL PATTERNS OF DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MERCURY AND CORTISOL BIOMARKERS IN THE FUR OF RIVER OTTER (LONTRA CANADENSIS)KristinECCLESUniversity of Ottawa
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B16:00-16:20R.O.2.8B-4TRANSFER OF MERCURY WITHIN A SEDIMENT-NETTLE-INSECT FOOD WEB AT A CHLOR-ALKALI LANDFILLLoïcYUNGLaboratoire Chrono-Environnement (LCE), Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Montbéliard, France
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B16:20-16:40R.O.2.8B-5FORMATION OF HGSE NANOPARTICLES IN THE EYE AND EAR OF THE LONG-FINNED PILOT WHALES FROM FAROE ISLANDSMalgorzataKORBASCanadian Light Source
Thu, Sept. 12th2.8B16:40-17:00R.O.2.8B-6MERCURY EFFECTS ON WILD BIRD REPRODUCTION ARE DEPENDENT ON AVAILABILITY OF FOOD - EVIDENCE FROM MULTI-ANNUAL STUDIES OF GREAT EGRETS IN THE EVERGLADESJabiZABALAUniversity of Florida
Thu, Sept. 12th3.315:00-15:20R.O.3.3-1IMPROVED CATALYTIC SOLUTIONS FOR LOWERING MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM COMBUSTION SOURCESSilviaALCOVE CLAVEJohnson Matthey
Thu, Sept. 12th3.315:20-15:40R.O.3.3-2THERMO-DESORPTION MS APPROACH TO MERCURY STABILITY STUDY IN SAMPLES FROM CEMENT PRODUCTIONSabinaBERISHAJožef Stefan International Postgraduate School, Jamova 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija ; Salonit Anhovo, Building Materials, Joint-Stock Co., Anhovo 1, SI-5210 Deskle, Slovenija
Thu, Sept. 12th3.315:40-16:00R.O.3.3-3THE MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM COMBUSTION OF COAL AND LIGNITE IN LARGE COMBUSTION PLANTS IN THE CZECH REPUBLICLukášPILAŘCzech Technical university in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Energy Engineering, Technicka 4, 166 07 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Thu, Sept. 12th3.316:00-16:20R.O.3.3-4STUDY ON THE MERCURY REMOVAL CAPABILITY OF CHEMICAL-MECHANICAL BROMINE MODIFIED COAL FLY ASHXinzeGENGKey Laboratory of Energy Thermal Conversion and Control of Ministry of Education, Southeast University
Thu, Sept. 12th3.316:20-16:40R.O.3.3-5NANOSIZED COPPER SELENIDE FUNCTIONALIZED ZEOLITIC IMIDAZOLATE FRAMEWORK-8 (CUSE/ZIF-8) FOR EFFICIENT IMMOBILIZATION OF GAS-PHASE ELEMENTAL MERCURYZequnYANGThe University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Thu, Sept. 12th3.316:40-17:00R.O.3.3-6EFFECTS OF FLUE GAS COMPONENTS ON REMOVAL OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY OVER CUBR2-MODIFIED MINERAL SORBENTSHuanLIUHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 9:30-9:50F.O.1.12-1TRACEABILITY OF OXIDIZED MERCURY MEASUREMENTS IN AIR- THE MERCOX PROJECTMilenaHORVATJožef Stefan Institute
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 9:50-10:10F.O.1.12-2COMPARABLE MEASUREMENTS FOR ELEMENTAL AND OXIDIZED MERCURY CONCENTRATIONSIrisDE KROMVSL the Dutch Metrology Institute
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 10:10-10:30F.O.1.12-3DYNAMIC GENERATION OF OXIDIZED MERCURY REFERENCE GAS AND VALIDATION OF MERCURY MEASUREMENTS AT FIELD CONDITIONSTimoRAJAMÄKI
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 11:00-11:20F.O.1.12-4EVALUATION OF CALIBRATION AND SAMPLING METHODS OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY IN AIR USING THE 197HG RADIOTRACERJanGAČNIKDepartment of environmental sciences, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 11:20-11:40F.O.1.12-5COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR ACCURATE HG ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION IN ATMOSPHERIC BIOMONITORS (PINE NEEDLES, LICHENS, MOSSES): APPLICATION FOR HG ATMOSPHERIC MONITORINGEmmanuelTESSIERCNRS Univ Pau Pays Adour IPREM
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.12 11:40-12:00F.O.1.12-6LABORATORY AND FIELD EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF KCL-COATED DENUDERS IN MEASURING GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY SPECIESWinstonLUKENOAA/Air Resources Laboratory
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B9:30-9:50F.O.1.11B-1METHYLATION AND DEMETHYLATION ACTIVITY IN THE MERCURY CYCLING IN COASTAL WATERS (GULF OF TRIESTE, NORTHERN ADRIATIC)JadranFAGANELIMarine Biological Station, National Institute of Biology, Piran, Slovenia
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B9:50-10:10F.O.1.11B-2BIOGEOGRAPHY AND EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF THE GENES INVOLVED IN METHYLMERCURY DEGRATION AND MERCURY REDUCTION IN THE GLOBAL DEEP OCEAN.Andrea GBRAVOInstitute of Marine Science, CSIC
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B10:10-10:30F.O.1.11B-3PERIPHYTON ASSOCIATED WITH MACROPHYTES: ECOLOGICAL NICHES FOR MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES INVOLVED IN MERCURY TRANSFORMATIONS.SophieGENTÈSEPOC- Université de Bordeaux
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B11:00-11:20F.O.1.11B-4MERCURY METHYLATION AND REDUCTION IN MARINE SYSTEMS USING THE HIGH SPECIFIC ACTIVITY RADIOTRACER 197HGArne BrtratkićUL, THE NTHERLANDS
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B11:20-11:40F.O.1.11B-5SHIFTS IN MERCURY METHYLATION AND DEMETHYLATION PROCESSES ACROSS THE CHRONOSEQUENCE OF PEATLANDSHaiyanHUDepartment of Ecology and Genetics, Limnology and Science for Life Laboratory, Uppsala University, SE-75236 Uppsala, Sweden.
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.11B11:40-12:00F.O.1.11B-6MERCURY METHYLATION IS PROMOTED BY NUTRIENT INPUTS TO AN ALASKAN FEN-TYPE WETLAND WHERE PEAT INCUBATIONS SUGGEST A ROLE FOR SYNTROPHY IN METHYLATIONSpencerROTHRutgers University
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 9:30-9:50F.O.1.7D-1DISTRIBUTION OF HG IN LAKE SYSTEMS - CONIFEROUS VERSUS DECIDUOUS FOREST AND THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF HG SCAVENGING BY ALGAEMartinSCHÜTZEInstitut für Geoökologie, AG Umweltgeochemie, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 9:50-10:10F.O.1.7D-2MERCURY CYCLING IN THE SALTMARSH OF THE PARKER RIVER WILDLIFE ESTUARY IN MASSACHUSETTS, USTingWANG
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 10:10-10:30F.O.1.7D-3THE INFLUENCE OF MICROPLASTICS ON MERCURY BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN URBAN WATERWAYSKatlinBOWMANMoss Landing Marine Laboratories
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 11:00-11:20F.O.1.7D-4UPTAKE KINETICS OF METHYLMERCURY IN A FRESHWATER ALGA EXPOSED TO METHYLMERCURY COMPLEXES WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT THIOLSAleksandraSKROBONJAUmeå University, Department of Chemistry, SE-901 87 Umeå, Sweden
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 11:20-11:40F.O.1.7D-5COUPLED METAGENOMIC AND PROTEOMIC ANALYSES REVEAL NEW MARINE MERCURY-METHYLATING BACTERIAL PHYLAJohnMOREAUThe University of Melbourne
Fri, Sept. 13th 1.7D 11:40-12:00F.O.1.7D-6GENETIC POTENTIAL REGARDING THE MERCURY CYCLING IN CONTAMINATED MARINE SEDIMENT IDENTIFIED BY METAGENOMIC ANALYSISPokchatCHUTIVISUTEnvironmental Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.39:30-9:50F.O.2.3-1BASELINE MERCURY DATA OF ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINERS IN ZIMBABWEDennisSHOKOTailjet Consultancy
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.39:50-10:10F.O.2.3-2THE MERCURY CONTENT IN THE HAIR OF RESIDENTS OF THE VOLOGDA REGION (NORTHWEST OF THE EUROPEAN PART OF RUSSIA)ElenaIVANOVACherepovets State University
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.310:10-10:30F.O.2.3-3THE TARDIVE HEALTH EFFECTS CAUSED BY METHYLMERCURY POISONING AROUND MINAMATA.ShigeruTAKAOKAKyoritsu Neurology & Rehabilitation Clinic
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.311:00-11:20F.O.2.3-4MERCURY HUMAN BIOMONITORING DATA FROM THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES (CANADA): FROM THE NORTHERN CONTAMINANTS PROGRAM TO ARCTIC MONITORING ASSESSMENT PROGRAMME.MyleneRATELLESchool of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.311:20-11:40F.O.2.3-5MECONIUM: HG EXPOSURE BIOMARKER DURING PRENATAL PERIODAjdaTRDINDepartment of Environmental Sciences, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.311:40-12:00F.O.2.3-6COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO MERCURY IN RIPARIAN COMMUNITIES IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZONRosa CarmenRODRÍGUEZ MARTÍN-DOIMEADIOSEnvironmental Sciences Institute (ICAM), Department of Analytical Chemistry and Food Technology, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo, Spain
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.59:30-9:50F.O.2.5-1GUT MICROBIOME CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH VARIATION IN METHYLMERCURY METABOLISM AND ELIMINATION IN HUMANS FOLLOWING FISH CONSUMPTIONMatthewRANDUniversity of Rochester, Environmental Medicine
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.59:50-10:10F.O.2.5-2MONOMETHYLMERCURY DEGRADATION BY THE HUMAN GUT MICROBIOTA IS STIMULATED BY PROTEIN AMENDMENTSGalenGUOUniversity of Ottawa
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.510:10-10:30F.O.2.5-3MERCURY EXPOSURE SEVERELY DISRUPTS TRANSPORT OF SELENIUM ACROSS THE TISSUES OF ZEBRAFISH LARVAE AND PREVENTS RESTORATION OF SELENIUM AND SELENOPROTEIN FUNCTIONS IN AFFECTED ORGANISMSNataliaDOLGOVAUniversity of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.511:00-11:20F.O.2.5-4THE INVERSE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN METHYLMERCURY AND DISEASE ACTIVITY IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS PATIENTS IS EXPLAINED BY N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS FROM FISH CONSUMPTION.PhilipALLSOPPNutrition Innovation Centre for Food & Health (NICHE), University of Ulster, Coleraine, North of Ireland
Fri, Sept. 13th 2.511:20-11:40F.O.2.5-5A NEW INSIGHT INTO METHYLMERCURY (MEHG) ACCUMULATION PROCESS IN RICE GRAIN: EVIDENCE FROM PRIMARY AMINO ACIDSYiMANInstitute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Fri, Sept. 13th 3.49:30-9:50F.O.3.4-1BARRIERS AND SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS TO REPLACE THE USE OF MERCURY IN ARTISANAL GOLD MININGMarcelloVEIGANorman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
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