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Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.1MERCURY WET DEPOSITION DIFFERENCES BY PRECIPITATION TYPE AT REMOTE ISLAND, MOUNTAIN AND URBAN SITES IN SUBTROPICAL EAST ASIAGuey-RongSHEUDepartment of Atmospheric Sciences, National Central University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.2GAS-PHASE MERCURY PHOTOREDUCTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE: A MODEL STUDYOlegTRAVNIKOVMeteorological Synthesizing Centre – East of EMEP, 2nd Roshchinsky proezd, 8/5, 115419 Moscow, Russia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.3ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DAILY INTERCHANGE OF PLANTS IN ABSORPTION AND DESORPTION CYCLES.RocioNAHARROIGeA-UCLM, Pl. Manuel Meca 1, 13400 Almadén (Ciudad Real), Spain.
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.4OBSERVATION AND SIMULATION OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY (GOM) DRY DEPOSITION AT AN URBAN SITE IN NANJING, CHINA: INFLUENCE OF HETEROGENEOUS MERCURY OXIDATIONLeiZHANGNanjing University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.5FIRST EDDY COVARIANCE FLUX MEASUREMENTS OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY OVER NATURAL SURFACESStefan§OSTERWALDEREnvironmental Geosciences, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.6USE OF BACK TRAJECTORY TO TRACK HIGH GEM CONCENTRATION EPISODESBeataSZABO-TAKACSGlobal Change Research Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences, Bělidla 4a, 603 00 Brno, Czech Republic
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.7VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY PROFILES IN A MINING ENVIRONMENT.JoseMariaESBRÍIGeA-UCLM, Pl. Manuel Meca 1, 13400 Almadén (Ciudad Real), Spain.
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.8WET DEPOSITION OF TOTAL MERCURY AT A SUBURBAN SITE IN SOUTHERN ITALY (CALABRIA): CONCENTRATIONS, FLUXES AND ASSESSMENT OF SOURCE AREASMassimilianoVARDÈCNR, Italian National Research Council - Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (IDPA), Venice, Italy; University of Ferrara (UniFE), Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (DipSCF), Ferrara, Italy;
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.9UNIVERSAL SCALING IN ATMOSPHERIC ELEMENTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATION EXTREMES, IS IT LINKED TO A LOCAL ATMOSPHERIC LARGE SCALE MOTION?Francesco CarboneFRANCESCOCNR-Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, 87036 Rende, Italy
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.10TREND OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS AT MACE HEAD ATLANTIC COASTDaniloCUSTODIOHelmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.11TOTAL GASEOUS MERCURY AND MERCURY DEPOSITION MEASUREMENTS IN FINLANDKatriinaKYLLÖNENFinnish Meteorological Institute
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.12THE RATE OF CONVERSION OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY TO PARTICLE BOUND MERCURYAlexeiKHALIZOVNew Jersey Institute of Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.13TOTAL GASEOUS MERCURY (TGM) AND OZONE (O3) OVER SPRING - SUMMER 2018 AND WINTER 2019 AT THE COL MARGHERITA ATMOSPHERIC OBSERVATORY (2543 M A.S.L.)Warren RL CairnsITALYInstitute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (CNR-IDPA)
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.14THE FIRST AIR MERCURY MONITORING OVER LAKE BAIKALNikolayMASHYANOVLumex-marketing LLC
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.15SEASONAL AND ANNUAL CHANGES IN HG CONCENTRATIONS IN ATMOSPHERIC PRECIPITATION FOR ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF AIR POLLUTION WITHIN AN URBAN CENTER (BARNAUL CITY, RUSSIA)StellaEYRIKHInstitute for Water and Environmental Problems SB RAS
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.16SHIPBORNE MEASUREMENTS OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY IN THE HIGH ARCTIC AND NORTH ATLANTIC OCEANJosefinGUNNARSSONChalmers University of Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.17SOURCE CHARACTERIZATION FOR MERCURY WET DEPOSITION OVER FIVE CITES IN SOUTH KOREASangwooEOMSchool of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Gwangju, Republic of Korea
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.18SOURCE IDENTIFICATION AND TRENDS IN ATMOSPHERIC HG AND PB IN PM2.5 AT THE URBAN AND RURAL SITES ACROSS SOUTH KOREASeamNOHChemicals Research Division, Environmental Health Research Department, National Institute of Environmental Research, Incheon 22689, Republic of Korea
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.19PHOTOREDUCTION OF GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY CHANGES GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY SPECIATION, TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITIONAlfonsoSAIZ-LOPEZDepartment of Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate, Institute of Physical Chemistry Rocasolano, CSIC, Madrid, Spain
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.20SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN MERCURY DEPOSITION AND EMISSIONS IN THE US MIDWESTDonnaKENSKILake Michigan Air Directors Consortium
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.21SAHARAN DUST AS A VECTOR FOR MERCURY TRANSPORTNealBAILEYUniversity of Manitoba
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.22OBSERVATION OF TGM IN THE FREE TROPOSPHERE AT THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT FUJI DURING SUMMER FROM 2013OsamuNAGAFUCHIVisiting Professor
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.23MERCURY FRACTIONATION IN AEROSOLS OF THE SOUTHERN BALTIC COASTAL ZONEEwaKOREJWOInstitute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.24MERCURY WET DEPOSITION AND ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLE BOUND HG AT THE COASTAL, URBAN AND FOREST SITES IN POLANDPatrycjaSIUDEKNational Fisheries Marine Research Institute, Gdynia, Poland
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.25MEASUREMENT AND MODELING OF ATMOSPHERIC GASEOUS MERCURY DEPLETION IN A VOLCANIC PLUME OF PITON DE LA FOURNAISE, LA RÉUNION ISLANDLukeSURLLATMOS and LPC2E, France
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.26INFLUENCE OF ATHABASCA OIL SANDS OPERATIONS ON MERCURY LEVELS IN AIR AND DEPOSITION IN NORTH-WEST CANADAAshuDASTOOREnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.27INDOOR MERCURY IN A MINING RELATED CONTEXT: SOURCES AND SOLUTIONS.JoseMariaESBRÍIGeA-UCLM. Pl. Manuel Meca 1, 13400 Almadén (Ciudad Real), Spain.
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.28MEASUREMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY SPECIES IN QOMOLANGMA NATURAL NATURE PRESERVE, TIBETAN PLATEAUHuimingLINPeking University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.29MERCURY DEPOSITION IN YAKUSHIMA ISLAND THE WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE, JAPANKoyomiNAKAZAWAFukuoka Institute of Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.30CHARACTERIZING METHYLMERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN LARVAL DRAGONFLIESCailinMACKENZIEOregon State University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.31BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE OF MERCURY IN THE IMPACT ZONE OF PULP AND PAPER MILLS AT THE MOUTH OF THE NORTHERN DVINA RIVER, RUSSIAAsyaOVSEPYANSouthern Federal University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.32MERCURY IN SEDIMENTS AND FISH OF THE SOLIMÕES RIVER BASIN, TRIPLE FRONTIER REGION (BRAZIL, COLOMBIA AND PERU)Francisco Áureo NoronhaFILHOPIBIC-Instituto Evandro Chagas
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.33INFLUENCE OF INVASIVE MACROPHYTES AND GUT MICROBIOTA ON MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN FISH: A MICROCOSMS STUDYSophieGENTESUniversite Pau
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.34INORGANIC AND METHYLMERCURY BIOACCUMULATION, DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSFORMATION IN PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIESThibautCOSSARTEnvironmental Biogeochemistry and Ecotoxicology, Department F.-A. Forel for environmental and aquatic sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, University of Geneva, Uni Carl Vogt, Bvd Carl-Vogt 66, CH-1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.35METHYLMERCURY PRODUCTION AND DEGRADATION UNDER LIGHT AND DARK CONDITIONS IN THE WATER COLUMN OF WESTERN US RESERVOIRSChrisECKLEYUS Environmental Protection Agency
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.36INTERACTIONS OF MERCURY SPECIES WITH WEATHERED MICROPLASTICSJamesCIZDZIELUniversity of Mississippi
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.37PATTERNS IN MERCURY AND SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN WATER, SEDIMENT, BIOFILM, AND INVERTEBRATE IN STREAMS DRAINING MOUNTAINTOP COAL MININGJacquelineGERSONDuke University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.38INVESTIGATING SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN CONCENTRATIONS OF MERCURY LEVELS IN TWO RECENTLY RESTORED URBAN WETLANDSKristinaMORALESDepartment of Biology, University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC,USA
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.39REFRACTORY COMPONENTS OF NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER FROM LAKE ONEGA (RUSSIA) PROTECT PHYTOPLANKTON FROM MERCURYVeraSLAVEYKOVAUniversity of Geneva
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.40MANAGING BEAVERS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY: EFFECTS ON MERCURY IN BIOTAKarinEKLÖFSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.41SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL MERCURY EXPORT DYNAMICS FROM WETLAND-DOMINATED HEADWATER CATCHMENTS IN THE BOREAL PLAIN, CANADAColinMCCARTERUniversity of Toronto Scarborough
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.42PERIPHYTON IS A HEAVEN FOR MERCURY ACCUMULATION AND ALGAL DIVERSITY AT HIGH ALTITUDE ENVIRONMENTSAcháDARIOInstituto de Ecología, Carrera de Biología, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.43MERCURY (HG2+) BIOACCUMULATION IN PICO-, NANO-, AND MICROPLANKTONIC SPECIES OF THE MICROBIAL FOOD WEB OF ULTRAOLIGOTROPHIC ANDEAN PATAGONIAN LAKESCarolinaSOTO CÁRDENASINIBIOMA-CONICET-UNComa, Bariloche, Argentina:
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.44MERCURY IN RIVER AND FLOODPLAIN OF THE SOLIMÕES AND NEGRO BASINS (BRAZILIAN AMAZON)DanieleKASPERUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.45TRACING SOURCES OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN FRESHWATER FISHERIES ACROSS SPACE AND TIMERyanLEPAKCornell University and US Environmental Protection Agency
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.46THE DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY AROUND THE LAKE SENTANI, PAPUA, INDONESIATakashiTOMIYASUGraduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University, Japan
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.47THE DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY DISCHARGED BY ASGM ACTIVITY ALONG THE RIAU RIVER, RIAU, SUMATRA, INDONESIATakashiTOMIYASUGraduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University, Japan
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.48THE DYNAMICS OF MERCURY AROUND THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING AREA, CAMARINES NORTE, PHILIPPINESSoraYASUMATSUGraduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University, Japan
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.49MULTI-YEAR RECORD OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY SPECIES AT A BACKGROUND MOUNTAIN STATION IN ANDEAN PATAGONIA (ARGENTINA): TEMPORAL TRENDS AND METEOROLOGICAL INFLUENCEMaría C.DIÉGUEZINIBIOMA-CONICET-UNComa, Bariloche, Argentina
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.50MERCURY IN SCLEROTIA (SHELL AND CORE) OF THE FUNGUS WOLFIPORIA COCOS FROM YUNNAN, CHINAJerzyFALANDYSZ1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk, Poland 2Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia 3Institute of Medicinal Plants, Yunnan Academ
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.51EFFECT OF DIET CHANGE AND FLOOD-PULSE ON THE MERCURY OF ICHTHYOFAUNA FROM A FLOODPLAIN LAKE IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZONThaísPAIVALaboratório de Radioisótopos Eduardo Penna Franca, Instituto de Biofísica Carlos Chagas Filho, Universidade federal do Rio de Janeiro. Avenida Carlos Chagas Filho, 373, Bloco G, Sl. 061, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - CEP: 21941-902
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.52MERCURY FRACTIONATION IN CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM THE OAK RIDGE SITE, TENNESSEE (U.S)ErmiraBEGUDepartment of Chemistry, Physics & Atmospheric Sciences, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, USA. Department of Chemistry, University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.53METHYLMERCURY IN THE OXIC WATER COLUMN OF A DEEP PERI-ALPINE LAKEAndreaGALLORINIUniversity of Geneva
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.54NEW INSIGHTS ON HG-SE INTERACTION IN SOIL-RICE SYSTEM: THE ROLE OF GEMChuanyuCHANGInstitute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.55THE TOXICITY OF ANTHROPOGENIC HG AFFECTS THE EVOLUTIONARY RESPONSE OF MICROBES IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHEREAlexandre J.POULAINUniversity of Ottawa
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.56PRIMARY FACTORS INFLUENCING DISTRIBUTION OF METHYLMERCURY IN LAKES AND RIVERS: A PILOT STUDY FOR NATIONAL MERCURY MONITORING NETWORK IN SOUTH KOREASeungheeHANGIST
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.57SEDIMENT MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY IN 35 CHINESE LAKES: CONCENTRATION LEVELS AND SEDIMENTATION FLUXYuCHENGHAOCollege of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.58MERCURY CONCENTRATION AND SPECIATION IN MINE WASTES IN TONGREN MERCURY MINING AREA, SOUTHWEST CHINA AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTSJunyaoYAN13051493188
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.59SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL STATUS OF MERCURY IN THE POLLUTED URBAN RIVER ‘MITHI’ OF MUMBAI, INDIAPrashantBHAVEAssociate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.60SEASONALITY OF DIPTERAN‐MEDIATED METHYLMERCURY FLUX FROM PONDSMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.61MERCURY DYNAMICS IN SEDIMENTS OF A FRESHWATER RESERVOIR AND ITS AFFLUENTS IN A PRESERVATION AREA IN FEDERAL DISTRICT, BRAZILJoão PedroRUDRIGUES DE SOUZAInstituto de Química, Universidade de Brasília
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.62LANDSCAPE AND WATER CHEMISTRY CONTROLS OF METHYLMERCURY LEVELS IN STREAMS OF A FORESTED WATERSHED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, USAVivienTAYLORDartmouth College
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.63IDENTIFYING TERRESTRIAL SOURCES OF MERCURY IN STREAMS OF THE MACKENZIE RIVER BASIN, NW CANADAChristianZDANOWICZUppsala University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.64EIGHT-YEAR TREND (2010-2017) OF MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENT: PATTERNS OF MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN WATER RESOURCES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY COAL-FIRED POWER STATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAChavonWALTERSCouncil for Scientific and Industrial Research
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.65EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS ON PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN FISH FROM BOREAL AND SUBARCTIC SCANDINAVIAHans Fredrik VeitebergBRAATENNorwegian Institute for Water Research
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.66EFFECT OF BODY SIZE ON MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN SHORELINE SPIDERSMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.67CHRONOLOGY OF FACTORS CONTROLLING HOLOCENE MERCURY ACCUMULATION OF LAKE SCHURMSEE (GERMANY)MartinSCHÜTZEInstitut für Geoökologie, AG Umweltgeochemie, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.68PLACING HG FLUX FROM MIGRATING PACIFIC SALMON IN CONTEXT: ESTIMATING MARINE-DERIVED INPUTS TO FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMSJessicaBRANDTContractor, U.S. Geological Survey - Columbia Environmental Research Center
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.69MERCURY SPECIATION AT THE OXYCLINE OF A MEROMICTIC LAKE (LAKE PAVIN, MASSIF CENTRAL, FRANCE)DelphineTISSERANDISTERRE CNRS
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.70AMAZON KINGFISHER (CHLOROCERYLE AMAZON) AS POTENTIAL SENTINEL SPECIES FOR HG POLLUTION IN BRAZILIAN AMAZONIA AND PANTANALGerlane M.COSTAMato Grosso State University, UNEMAT, Biology Department, Cáceres, Brazil and Environmental Chemistry Department, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research, IDAEA-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.71TERRESTRIAL ORGANIC MATTER DRIVES INCREASED MEHG AND REDUCED ESSENTIAL FATTY ACID CONTENT IN ZOOPLANKTON FROM BOREAL AND SUBARCTIC SCANDINAVIAN LAKESAmandaPOSTENIVA
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.72ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF MERCURY IN NORWEGIAN FJORD ECOSYSTEMSMichaelBANKInstitute of Marine Research, Norway
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.73ANOMALOUS MULTIPLE-MERCURY ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION DURING UVC-PHOTOLYTIC OXIDATION OF GASEOUS HG0 IN THE ATMOSPHEREGuangyiSUN
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.74COMBINING MERCURY ISOTOPE AND SPECIES ANALYSES FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF CREEK SEDIMENTS DOWNSTREAM OF A HG(II) CHLORIDE CONTAMINATED INDUSTRIAL LEGACY SITELorenzSCHWABUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.75ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY AT URBAN AND RURAL SITES IN KOREA: SOURCES AND TRANSPORT PATHWAYSSeamNOHChemicals Research Division, Environmental Health Research Department, National Institute of Environmental Research, Incheon 22689, Republic of Korea
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.76ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF MERCURY IN PRECIPITATION AND ATMOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTERS IN A COASTAL ENVIRONMENTLinglingXUInstitute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.77MERCURY AND CARBON ISOTOPES EVIDENCE FOR BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE OF HG IN CAPBRETON SUBMARINE CANYON SEDIMENTS (ATLANTIC OCEAN, SW FRANCE)AlyssaAZAROFFUMR IPREM UPPA-CNRS
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.78MERCURY ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION AND SPECIATION IN SURFACE SOILS AND DRILLING CORES OF INDUSTRIAL LEGACY SITES CONTAMINATED BY TIMBER KYANISATION WITH MERCURY(II) CHLORIDE.DavidMCLAGANTechnische Universität Braunschweig
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.79PATHWAYS OF METHYLMERCURY UPTAKE INTO A HETEROTROPHIC MARINE DINOFLAGELLATEPatriciaMYERUniversity of Connecticut
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.80RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF THE DEGREES OF FOOD SOURCE POLLUTION AND BIOMAGNIFICATION ON MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN MARINE FISHESKenjiYOSHINONational Institute for Minamata Disease
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.81SEDIMENT ARCHIVES OF HG CONCENTRATION AND ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION IN MOUNTAIN OLIGOTROPHIC LAKES OF THE CENTRAL PYRENEES (ARAGON, 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. 9th M.P.1.82THE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSPORT OF INORGANIC MERCURY DUE TO FORESTRY PRACTICES ON HILLSLOPES: A FIELD EXPERIMENT USING ENRICHED STABLE ISOTOPE TRACERSColinMCCARTERUniversity of Toronto Scarborough
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.83USE OF STABLE MERCURY ISOTOPES TO ASSESS THE CONTRIBUTION OF DIFFUSE LEGACY SOURCES OF DISSOLVED MERCURY TO STREAM WATER.Jason D.DEMERSUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.84USING MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPES TO ASSESS RE-MOBILIZATION OF LEGACY MERCURY IN AN INDUSTRIALLY CONTAMINATED STREAMElizabethCROWTHERUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.85USING MERCURY STABLE ISOTOPES TO DETERMINE SOURCES OF MERCURY IN THE FOOD WEB OF THE ST. LOUIS RIVER, MN, USASarahJANSSENUnited States Geological Survey
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.86MERCURY UPTAKE BY DESULFOVIBRIO DESULFURICANS ND132: PASSIVE OR ACTIVE?LijieZHANGEnvironmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, USA
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.87KINETICS OF MERCURY METHYLATION CATALYZED BY HGCABEricPIERCEOak Ridge National Laboratory
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.88IMPACT OF METABOLISM, THIOLS AND MERCURY CONCENTRATION ON MERCURY METHYLATION AND HGCA EXPRESSION IN PSEUDODESULFOVIBRIO HYDRARGYRI BEROC1.SophieBARROUILHETIPREM-University of Pau
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.89TIME DYNAMICS OF LOW MOLECULAR MASS THIOL BIOSYNTHESIS BY ANAEROBIC MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR MULTIPLE ROLES ON MERCURY CELLULAR UPTAKE AND METHYLATIONMareike F.GUTENSOHNUmeå University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.90ABUNDANCE AND DIVERSITY OF HGCAB+ MICROBES IN CHESAPEAKE SALT MARSH SOILS - RELATIONSHIPS TO MEHG AND SITE BIOGEOCHEMISTRYGraceSCHWARTZOak Ridge National Laboratory
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.91OCCURENCE, RETENTION AND METHYLATION OF MERCURY IN SOILS OF A HISTORIC CINNABAR MINED SITE, GRAVELOTTE, SOUTH AFRICAPhindileUGWUNorth West University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.1.92DETERMINATION OF THIOLS COMPLEXES OF MERCURY SPECIES IN CULTURES OF METHYLATING BACTERIAL STRAINSLuciaFERNANDEZ CASTILLOUMR IPREM UPPA-CNRS
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.1ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY METABOLISM BIOMARKERS AND MERCURY EXPOSURE IN THE BRAZILIAN WESTERN AMAZONIracina Maura deJESUSEVANDRO CHAGAS INSTITUTE / FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.2BURDEN OF MILD MENTAL RETARDATION ATTRIBUTED TO PRENATAL METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN AMAZON: LOCAL AND REGIONAL ESTIMATESAna ClaudiaSANTIAGO DE VASCONCELLOSNational School of Public Health / Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.3THE EFFECTS OF INTERVENTION WITH HIGH (TUNA) AND LOW (SARDINES) MERCURY (HG) FISH COMPARED WITH CONTROL (NO FISH) ON INFLAMMATORY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS BIOMARKER STATUSMarieCONWAYUlster University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.4METHYLMERCURY TOXIC EFFECTS ON HUMAN STEM CELLS FROM EXFOLIATED DECIDUOUS TEETHBrunaPUTYUniversidade Federal do Pará
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.5METHYLMERCURY EFFECTS ON HUMAN ORAL CAVITY CELLSLygia S.NOGUEIRAUniversidade Federal do Pará / PIBIC, Universidade Federal do Pará
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.2.6NEW INSIGHTS FROM THE STUDY OF VULNERABLE POPULATIONS EXPOSED TO MERCURY: GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY, PERIPHERAL MARKERS OF NEUROTOXICITY AND THE IMPACT OF LARGE-SCALE PROJECTS IN AMAZON.Maria ElenaCRESPO-LOPEZLaboratory of Molecular Pharmacology, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Pará, Belém, Brazil.
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.1ASSESSMENT OF MAJOR ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES AND EMISSIONS OF MERCURY IN INDIABhargaviMANDADIMaster of science
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.2MERCURY REMOVAL FROM HARD COAL INTENDED FOR THE NON-INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION INSTALLATIONS WITH THE USE OF A METHOD COMBINING THE DRY DESHALING AND THERMAL PRETREATMENT PROCESSESTadeuszDZIOKAGH University of Science and Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.3SELENIUM AND MERCURY IN SOILS AND MINING WASTES FROM ARTISANAL SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING AREAS ALONG THE PRA RIVER BASINChristiana OdumahHOODDepartment of Physics, School of Physical Sciences, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.4UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEX CHEMISTRY OF MERCURY IN AQUEOUS PHASE – THE ROLE OF MONOVALENT MERCURYAndrejSTERGARSEKKemek, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.5GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY ADSORPTION AND RECOVERY BY ELECTROTHERMAL SWING SYSTEM WITH ACTIVATED CARBON FIBER CLOTHBing-CiCHENNational Taiwan University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.6NATURAL AND LOW-COST MANGANESE ORE SORBENTS FOR ELEMENTAL MERCURY REMOVAL FROM FLUE GASYingniYUHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.7RECYCLABLE AND REGENERABLE COPPER-MANGANESE SPINEL-TYPE SORBENT FOR MERCURY CAPTURE FROM FLUE GASYingjuYANGHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.8SEVERAL APPROACHES ON THE USE OF REGENERABLE SORBENTS FOR THE RETENTION OF MERCURY IN THE GAS PHASECristinaANTUÑA-NIETOInstituto Nacional del Carbón (INCAR-CSIC)
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.9SOLUBILITY OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY IN DIFFERENT SOLVENTS AND MIXTURES FOR THE MODELLING OF HG PARTITIONING THROUGHOUT OIL AND GAS PROCESSINGMartinMUELLERTrace Element Speciation Laboratory, Meston Building, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, AB24 3UE, UK
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.10SPECIATION CHANGES AND CAPTURE OF MERCURY WITH VIRGIN AND KI-IMPREGNATED ACTIVATED CARBON INJECTION ON HYBRID FILTER IN COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTHa-NaJANGYonsei University, South Korea
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.11THE REMOVAL AND RECOVERY OF HG0 FROM COAL-DERIVED FLUE GAS OVER NOVEL MOS2 NANOSHEETS CONTAINING MATERIALSTaoWUUniversity of Nottingham Ningbo China
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.12INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF NON-THERMAL PLASMA FOR THE MERCURY AND DIOXINS REMOVAL IN FLUE GASZhenLI1. Beijing Advanced Sciences and Innovation Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences; 2.State Environmental Protection Engineering Center for Mercury Pollution Prevention and Control
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.13COMPACT SYSTEM FOR THE MONITORING OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY EMPLOYING LOW-COST TECHNOLOGIES.EmilianoZAMPETTICNR-Istituto sull’Inquinamento Atmosferico, via Salaria km. 29,300 Monterotondo (Roma)
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.14MERCURY GEOCHEMICAL PROSPECTION IN MEDIEVAL MONEY FORGERS UNDERHAND WORKSHOP IN KONĚPRUSKÉ CAVESŠárkaMATOUŠKOVÁInstitute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.15MERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN THE PROCESSING OF NON-FERROUS ORESKrzysztofKOGUTAGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Energy and Fuels
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.16PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY, NON-FERROUS METALS AND CEMENT AS A SOURCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC MERCURY EMISSION IN POLANDKrzysztofKOGUTAGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Energy and Fuels
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.17GOLD CERTIFICATION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN BRAZILIAN ASGMZuleicaCASTILHOSCentro de Tecnologia Mineral
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.18THE AMAZING SPIDER-MINE: WOLF SPIDERS (ARANEAE, LYCOSIDAE) AS BIOINDICATORS OF METAL CONTAMINANTS (HG, PB, AG) NEAR ARCTIC MINE SITESSophia V.HANSSONDepartment of Bioscience - Arctic Research Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.19SOMEWHAT FORGOTTEN 30 YEAR-OLD MERCURY HOTSPOT IN CENTRAL EUROPE AND ITS IMPACTS ON AQUATIC BIOTAMichalHOSEKFaculty of the Environment, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University; Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.20MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN SOILS AND SEDIMENTS IN THE VICINITY OF ABANDONED MERCURY MINE AREA IN PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, PHILIPPINESJessieSAMANIEGODepartment of Science and Technology - Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.21MERCURY REMEDIATION OF CARBON STEEL FROM PRODUCTION AND PROCESS ASSETSLeeHUNTER
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.22MERCURY CONTAMINATION WITHIN FSO/FPSO MARINE VESSELS, CURRENT PRACTICES AND THE NEED FOR CORRECT ASSESSMENT & REMOVALLeeHUNTER
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.23THE POTENTIAL OF MAGNETIC CELLULOSE NANOPARTICLES AS ECO-FRIENDLY SORBENT FOR MERCURY SPECIATION ANALYSISRosa CarmenRODRÍGUEZ MARTÍN-DOIMEADIOSUniversity of Castilla-La Mancha
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.24MERCURY BEHAVIOR IN FLOWBACK FLUIDS AFTER WELL WORKOVERJunyaYAMADAINPEX Corporation
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.25ANALYSIS OF MERCURY CONTENT IN BIOMASS AND ITS THERMAL PROCESSING PRODUCTSMichałWICHLIŃSKICzestochowa University of Technology
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.3.26FRONT-TO-BACK MERCURY EMISSIONS CONTROL IN COAL-FIRED BOILERS – A HEURISTIC APPROACHCarlos E. ROMEROEnergy Research Center, Lehigh University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.1ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH HAZARDS EXPOSURE OF WORKERS IN SMALL SCALE GOLD MININGCharlenePARAFINAOccupational Safety and Health Center, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.2MINERS, MINERALS AND MINAMATA: INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTKirstenDALESUniversity of British Columbia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.3THE “WICKED PROBLEM” OF MERCURY USE IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK TO INFORM POLICY AND RESEARCHNicoleSMITHColorado School of Mines
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.4HEALTH AND RISK COMMUNICATION OF CONTAMINANTS IN THE DEHCHO AND SAHTÚ REGIONS OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, CANADAKellySKINNERSchool of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.5MARKETS AGAINST MERCURYKnudSINDINGUniversity of Southern Denmark
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.6CURBING ILLICIT MERCURY AND GOLD FLOWS IN WEST AFRICA: OPTIONS FOR A REGIONAL APPROACHGabiEIGENMANNGrace Halla, Rocio Fernandez Garcia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.7TRANSITING CONVENTION TO AN INTEGRATED CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTDavidsonEGIRANINiger Delta University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.8ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING IN THE PUNO REGION OF PERU: A CASE STUDY OF MERCURY USE IN FORMALIZED OPERATIONSGerardoMARTINEZColorado School of Mines
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.9MERCURY CYCLING AND BIOAVAILABILITY AT TWO CONTAMINATED ESTUARINE SITES IN THE NORTHEAST U.S.VivienTAYLORDartmouth College
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.10A HYBRID MODELLING/EMULATION METHOD AND WEB-BASED SUPPORT TOOL TO AID IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONFrancescoDE SIMONEIIA-CNR
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.11DEVELOPING TECHNICAL GUIDANCE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONSecretariat of theMINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURYUN Environment Programme
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.12TRACING THE DEPOSITIONAL HISTORY OF MERCURY TO TWO COASTAL NATIONAL PARKS IN THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATESVivienTAYLORDartmouth College
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.13MEASURING ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY ON A GLOBAL SCALE WITH PASSIVE SAMPLERSAlexandraSTEFFENEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.14REGIONAL COOPERATION TO MONITOR MERCURY WET DEPOSITION AND ATMOSPHERIC CONCENTRATIONS IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONDa-WeiLIN
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.15PRELIMINARY STUDY AND PILOT PROJECT FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE MERCURY MONITORING NETWORK IN SOUTH KOREAKyoungsimKIMKorea Environmental Corporation
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.16MERCURY LEVELS IN SUBSURFACE SOILS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS (OUTDOOR) NEXT TO ANTROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES IN AMAZONThaís Karolina Lisboa deQUEIROZPPGSC-Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / Instituto Evandro Chagas
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.17APPLICATION OF MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MANAGEMENT OF MERCURY CONTAMINATED SITES AFTER CINNABAR MININGAndreaZACHAROVÁFaculty of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Technical University in Zvolen
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.18MERCURY ASSESSMENT OF SKIN-LIGHTENING COSMETICS AND AWARENESS RAISING AMONG AFRICAN, ASIAN AND CARIBBEAN POPULATIONSOksanaLANEBiodiversity Research Institute
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.19MOVING TOWARDS MERCURY-FREE FUTURE: THE TRANSITION TO MERCURY-FREE DENTISTRY IN EUROPEDorotaNAPIERSKAHealth Care Without Harm (HCWH) Europe, 1 Rue de la Pépinière, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.20METHYLMERCURY POISONING (SO-CALLED MINAMATA DISEASE) PATIENTS ARE NOT RECOGNIZED AS MINAMATA DISEASE IN JAPAN.NaojiHAGINOMeeting to support The third Niigata Minamata Disease Lawsuit
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.21MERCURY SPREAD TO SOIL: URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL CONTAMINATIONAnahitALEKSANDRYANMinistry of nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.22SUMMARY DATA OF ESTIMATED MERCURY RELEASES PER SOURCE CATEGORY: 2015AnahitALEKSANDRYANMinistry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.23THE RESULTS OF THE ESTIMATED INVENTORY OF MERCURY-CONTAINING INSTRUMENTS IN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUSSiarheiSYCHYK
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.24TRADE-INDUCED ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DEPOSITION AND OUTFLOW OVER CHINALongCHENEast China Normal University
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.25A SCIENTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF MERCURY (HG) RESEARCH IN THE AMAZON BEFORE AND AFTER THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONLilianDE MORAES PINTOFUP/Universidade de Brasília
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.26STATE-OF-ART OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS AND METRICS ON MERCURY AMBIENT AIR MONITORING AND POTENTIAL TOOLS TO TRACK PROGRESS OF AIR MERCURY LEVELS WITHIN THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONAlessandraFINONational Research Council of Italy - Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research (CNR-IIA)
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.27EDUCATION AND REMEDIATION EFFORTS TO REDUCE MERCURY USE AND CONTAMINATION IN THE ASGM SECTOR OF THE PERUVIAN REGIONS OF PUNO AND MADRE DE DIOSCharlesESPINOSAPure Earth
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.28MERCURY CO-BENEFITS OF CLIMATE POLICIES ON RICE MERCURY CONCENTRATION AND EXPOSURE IN CHINAJu HyeonLEEDivision of Environmental Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.29DELIBERATION ON PUBLIC HEALTH STRATEGIES FOR THE ASGM SECTOR THAT AIM TO MEET THE GOALS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTIONMareikeKROLLArtisanal Gold Council
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.30MERCURY POLLUTION IN CHILE: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTSWinfredESPEJOMelimoyu Ecosystem Research Institute, Fundación MERI, Santiago 7650720, Chile.
Mon, Sept. 9th M.P.4.31THE DRAGONFLY MERCURY PROJECT: TEMPORAL TRENDS IN MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS OF DRAGONFLY BIOSENTINELS FROM ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, MAINE, USAMegan C.HESSProgram in Ecology and Environmental Sciences, University of Maine, 5755 Nutting Hall, Orono, ME 04469, USA
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.1MIGRATORY SEABIRDS AS BIOVECTORS OF MERCURY TO THE ARCTICJeromeFORTLIENSs-CNRS
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.2MERCURY LEVELS IN ANTARCTIC ECOSYSTEM (BARTON PENINSULA, KING GEORGE ISLAND)EunheeKIMCitizens' Institute for Environmental Studies
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.3MERCURY ISOTOPES AS A TOOL TO INVESTIGATE THE SPATIAL ORIGIN OF ARCTIC SEABIRD CONTAMINATIONMarinaRENEDO-ELIZALDEGeosciences Environnement Toulouse (GET)-IRD
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.4MERCURY IN SOILS OF RUSSIAN ARCTICYuryTATSIYVernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.5MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY ALONG A SHELF TRANSECT FROM THE LENA RIVER ESTUARY ON THE EAST SIBERIAN ARCTIC SHELFLiemNGUYENStockholm University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.6LONG TERM SPECIATION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY AT ZEPPELIN STATION, NY-ÅLESUNDTorunnBERGNorwegian University of Research and Technology (NTNU)
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.7HIGH-ARCTIC RIVERS ON SVALBARD AS SOURCES OF HG TO THE COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAmandaPOSTE
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.8DYNAMICS OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY ACROSS THE SEAWATER-ICE-ATMOSPHERE INTERFACE IN A CONTROLLED MESOCOSM ENVIRONMENTZhiyuanGAOUniversity of Manitoba
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.9COASTAL DARKENING: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TRANSPORT, BIOAVAILABILITY AND TROPHIC TRANSFER OF CONTAMINANTS IN NORTHERN COASTAL WATERSMaeveMCGOVERNNorwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.10SEASONALITY OF METHYLMERCURY HOTSPOTS AT THE AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL INTERFACE IN A HIGH ARCTIC FRESHWATER CATCHMENTIgorLEHNHERRDepartment of Geography, University of Toronto
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.11MERCURY BEHAVIOUR AND DISTRIBUTION IN SOILS WITHIN ICE-FREE AREAS OF THE NORTHERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA REGIONThomasSCHMIDCIEMAT
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.12MERCURY DYNAMICS IN FISH MUSCLE DURING WINTER AND SUMMER IN SUBARCTIC LAKESKimmoKAHILAINENInland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.13LONG TERM VARIATION IN ARCTIC FRONTAL POSITIONS AND ITS IMPACT ON DIRECT ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS IN POLAR REGIONSDanhanWANG
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.14TOTAL MERCURY IN SEDIMENTS AND ORGANISMS FROM ISFJORD, SVALBARDEwaKOREJWOInstitute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.15PENGUINS DETOXIFY MEHG IN LIVER AS EVIDENCED BY Δ202HG AND %MEHGZofiaBAUMANNUniversity of Connecticut
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.16TOTAL MERCURY IN CHLOROCERYLE AMERICANA (GMELIN, 1788) IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZONEdvagnerOLIVEIRAUniversity of Mato Grosso State - UNEMAT
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.17TOTAL MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATION IN POTENTIALLY CONSUMED FISH CAPTURED IN TRACKS OF THE TELES PIRES AND JURUENA RIVERS, SOUTH AMAZONIAMichelli Regina de AlmeidaCARDOSOUniversity of Mato Grosso State - UNEMAT
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.18TOTAL MERCURY IN SOIL AND LEACHATE FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL IN INDIAPrashantBHAVEAssociate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.19TOTAL MERCURY CONTENT OF NATURAL SPRINGS AND OTHER DRINKING WATER SOURCES IN SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIAINNOCENTNNOROMABIA STATE UNIVERSITY UTURU, NIGERIA
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.20INVENTORY OF MERCURY RELEASES IN INDONESIA 2017KaniaDEWIProgram Study of Environmental Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.21MERCURY AND SELENIUM IN FISHES OF LAGO YOJOA, HONDURASDavidBUCKShoals Marine Laboratory
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.22ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY AND MERCURY ISOTOPES FROM ASGM ACTIVITY IN THE MADRES DE DIOS, REGION, PERUNatalieSZPONARUniversity of Toronto
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.23SMALL MAMMALS AS BIOMONITORS OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN TWO MOUNTAINOUS NATIONAL PARKS OF THE SOUTH EAST BRAZILFelipeLUCENAFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.24SEASONAL PATTERNS OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN TROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA AS INFERRED BY A TGM CONTINUOUS RECORD AT THE CHACALTAYA STATION (5240 M) IN BOLIVIAAlkuin MKOENIGLaboratorio de Fısica de la Atmosfera, Instituto de Investigaciones Fısicas, Universidad Mayor de San Andres, La Paz, Bolivia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.25MERCURY LEVELS IN ANTHROPOGENIC AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS CREATED BY ARTISANAL GOLD MINING IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZONClaudiaVEGAWake Forest University- Center for Amazonian Scientific Innovation
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.26MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN OUNCE JAGUAR (PANTHERA ONCA), TAIAMÃ ECOLOGICAL STATION, PANTANAL OF MATO GROSSO, BRAZILAurea Regina AlvesIGNACIOUniversity of Mato Grosso State - UNEMAT
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.27BIOMAGNIFICATION OF CONTAMINANTS IN A MARINE FOOD WEB (NW MEDITERRANEAN SEA): SPECIATION OF ARSENIC AND MERCURY TOXIC FORMSDanielaBANARU
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.28SEAWATER MERCURY SPECIATION AND BIOTIC UPTAKE ALONG THE U.S. ATLANTIC COAST, SHELF AND SLOPEBenjaminGEYMANHarvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.29DGM MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING OF SEA-AIR EXCHANGE OF MERCURY IN THE BALTIC SEA AT THE ICOS FIELD STATION ÖSTERGARNSHOLM, SWEDENMichelle GNERENTORP MASTROMONACOIVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.30HG ACCUMULATION AND HG STABLE ISOTOPE SIGNATURES IN DEEP SEA SEDIMENTS FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEAMaximeENRICOSchool of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.31INVESTIGATING HG SPECIES BIOAVAILABILITY IN THE MINE-IMPACTED GULF OF TRIESTE (NORTHERN ADRIATIC)ArneBRATKIČUniversité de Liège / Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.32IMPACT OF METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS ON THE VARIABILITY OF LABILE PARTICULATE MERCURY IN RIVERS AND ITS INFLOW INTO THE SOUTHERN BALTIC SEAMagdalenaBEŁDOWSKAInstitute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.33REVIEW OF RECENT ADVANCES IN MERCURY RESEARCH: NEW INSIGHT INTO FACTORS CONTROLLING OCEAN MERCURY CYCLINGKatlinBOWMANMoss Landing Marine Laboratories
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.34SPATIAL DIFFERENCES AND FORAGING PATTERNS INFLUENCE MERCURY EXPOSURE IN A DECLINING SEABIRD IN ATLANTIC CANADA: LEACH'S STORM-PETRELNeilBURGESSEnvironment & Climate Change Canada
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.35DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL DISSOLVED METHYLMERCURY ON PACIFIC: EVIDENCE FROM GP15YipengHEDepartment of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut, 1080 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340, USA.
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.36VERTICAL PROFILES OF DISSOLVED HG SPECIES IN THE WESTERN PART OF SUB-ARCTIC NORTH PACIFICKohjiMARUMOTONational Institute for Minamata Dissease
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.37PRESENCE OF METHYLMERCURY IN BALTIC SEA SEDIMENTS COLLECTED IN AMMUNITION DUMPSITE.GrzegorzSIEDLEWICZInstitute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.38CLIMATE AS A MASTER DRIVER OF UNUSUAL HIGH HG ACCUMULATION IN ANTARCTIC AQUATIC SEDIMENTSMartaPÉREZ-RODRÍGUEZTechnische Universität Braunschweig
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.39SOURCE INVESTIGATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF MERCURY IN ANTHROPOGENICALLY IMPACTED MARINE ECOSYSTEM AND DRAINAGE BASINRafaelDE ARAUJO MENDESUniversidade de Brasília, Instituto de Geociências, Brasília, Brazil
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.40LABILE AND STABILE MERCURY IN A NON-NATIVE HARRIS MUD CRAB (RHITHROPANOPEUS HARRISII) FROM THE SOUTHERN BALTIC SEAMagdalenaBEŁDOWSKAInstitute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk,
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.41METHYLMERCURY: A NEW TRACER FOR THE REMINERALIZATION OF ORGANIC MATTER ?Marie-MaëlleDESGRANGESMasha Petrova, Aurélie Dufour, Benjamin Oursel, Paul Layoun, Cécile Guieu, David Point, Géraldine Sarthou, Stéphanie Jacquet, Lars-Eric Heimbürger
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.42BEACH WRACK AS THE VECTOR FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN COASTAL ENVIRONMENT.JacekBEŁDOWSKIInstitute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.43PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE MERMEX/HIPPOCAMPE CRUISE TO THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA : DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY CHEMICAL SPECIES IN THEIR DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE FORMS.JoelKNOERYIfremer
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.44LABILE AND STABLE FORMS OF MERCURY IN THE SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER AND SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF THE BALTIC SEAUrszulaKWASIGROCHInstitute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.45METHYLMERCURY BIOAVAILABILITY AND PELAGIC FOOD WEB STRUCTURE AFFECT ITS BIOACCUMULATION IN COASTAL SEAS – A BALTIC SEA CASE STUDYAleksandraSKROBONJAUmeå University, Department of Chemistry, SE-901 87 Umeå, Sweden
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.46POSSIBILITY OF MERCURY TRANSLOCATION FROM CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION DURING DECOMMISSIONINGSujareeBUREEKUL1) Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, THAILAND, 2) Center of Excellence on Hazardous Substance Management, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, THAILAND
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.47THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF MERCURY IN THE BARENTS SEAStephen G.KOHLERDepartment of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 7491 Trondheim, Norway
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.48DOES THE MATERNAL TRANSFER OF MERCURY POSES A THREAT TO A GREY SEAL PUP?AgnieszkaGRAJEWSKAUniversity of Gdansk, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography, Institute of Oceanography, Division of Marine Chemistry and Environmental Protection, Al. Marszałka Piłsudskiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia, Poland
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.49TOTAL MERCURY IN SEAWATER AND SEDIMENTS OF SARONIKOS GULF, GREECEGeorgiaPANAGOPOULOULaboratory of Environmental Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Panepistimioupoli Zografou, Athens, Greece
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.50FACTORS AFFECTING THE TRANSFORMATION OF HG IN THE COASTAL ZONE IN THE VICINITY OF RIVER MOUTH (SOUTHERN BALTIC SEA)DominikaSANIEWSKAUniversity of Gdansk, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography, Division of Marine Chemistry and Environmental Protection
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.51MERCURY FORMS IN THE BENTHIC FOOD WEB OF A TEMPERATE COASTAL LAGOON (SOUTHERN BALTIC SEA)AgnieszkaJĘDRUCHInstitute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk, Piłsudskiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia, Poland
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.52THE NEW WORKPLACE HAZARD - MERCURY VAPOUR AND AEROSOLS AS A RESULT OF THERMAL-GENERATING MECHANICS, APPLICATIONS & MAINTENANCE WORKSLeeHUNTER
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.53HG Δ202 ANALYSIS CAN REVEAL HG ACCUMULATION WITH CHANGES IN FOOD SOURCES AND HG METABOLISM BY ISOTOPE ANALYSIS IN A POD OF LONG-FINNED PILOT WHALESEva M.KRUPPUniversity of Aberdeen, UK
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.54CONCENTRATION OF TOTAL MERCURY AND SELENIUM IN BROWN BOOBIE (SULA LEUCOGASTER) FEATHERS FROM THE BRAZILIAN COASTJaneidePADILHAFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.55SOUTH POLAR SKUA AS A MONITOR OF MERCURY IN ANTARCTIC ENVIRONMENTHysllaROSARadioisotope Laboratory Eduardo Penna Franca, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.56MERCURY IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS OF NAHUEL HUAPI NATIONAL PARK: A NATURAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL HOTSPOT IN NORTHERN PATAGONIAMarinaARCAGNILAAN, CAB-CNEA, Bariloche, Argentina
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.57MARINE SPONGES AS BIOMONITORS OF HG POLLUTION: NEW INSIGHT ON HG CYCLE IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTAnna MariaORANIInternational Atomic Energy Agency, Environment Laboratories, Monaco
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.58MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN WATER AND ITS BIOCHEMICAL- PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN FISHESRajenderKUMARCCS Haryana Agricultural Univeristy
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.59TOTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN KOREAN MUSSELS (MYTILUS CORUSCUS) FOR MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING FROM 2017 TO 2018, KOREASoo YongLEENational Institute of Environmental Research
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.60SOURCES OF MERCURY ENRICHMENT IN FISH FROM NORTHERN HAIFA BAY, ISRAELEfratSHOHAM-FRIDERIOLR
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.61AN UPDATED GLOBAL MODEL FOR TERRESTRIAL-ATMOSPHERIC HG EXCHANGE AND STORAGE IN SOILSBenjaminGEYMANHarvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.62ASSESSMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION WITH MERCURY FROM NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE ENTERPRISES VIA THE POPLAR LEAVES AND TREE RINGSElenaTURSUNALIEVATomsk Polytechnic University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.63ASSESSMENT OF THE VEGETATION UPTAKE OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY ACROSS EUROPELenaWOHLGEMUTH
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.64ABSORPTION AND ADSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY BY URBAN GREENLAND PLANTSHongDENGSchool of Ecological and Environmental Sciences, East China Normal University, PR China
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.65A REVISIT OF GLOBAL VOLCANIC MERCURY EMISSION FLUX: INSIGHTS FROM MEASUREMENTS AT POÁS VOLCANO OVER ACTIVE AND INACTIVE STAGES OF VOLCANIC ACTIVITYSkyeKUSHNERUniversity of Manitoba, Canada
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.66LONGTIME MONITORING OF MERCURY IN TREE FOLIAGE IN AUSTRIA FROM 1986 TILL 2016MichaelTATZBERAustrian Research Centre for Forests (BFW)
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.67FOREST MANAGEMENT AS A DRIVER FOR MEHG FORMATION AND MOBILIZATION FROM SOILS TO SURFACE WATERSKarinEKLÖFSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.68HOW DOES LITTERFALL INFLUENCES HG CONTENT OF A DECIDUOUS FOREST SOIL?AntíaGÓMEZ-ARMESTODepartment of Plant Biology and Soil Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, University of Vigo, Spain
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.69CONTRASTED HG CONTAMINATION IN SOILS AND SEDIMENTS IN THE AREA OF THE DOBCZYCE RESERVOIRGabrielaZEMELKACracow University of Technology
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.70FOREST AS AN IMPORTANT ENVIRONMENT FOR ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY MONITORING IN KOREAYo HanYANGDivision of Environmental Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang 37673, South Korea
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.71DYNAMIC CHANGE CHARACTERISTICS OF MERCURY IN LITTER OF TYPICAL SUBTROPICAL FOREST SYSTEM IN SOUTHWEST CHINASiweiANCollege of Resources and Environment, Southwest University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.72A HIGH-RESOLUTION ANNUAL NET FLOW OF MERCURY FROM THE ATMOSPHERE TO BIOMASS OF MAJOR CROPS IN CHINAZhangweiWANGResearch Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.73CONTROLS OF METHYLMERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN FOREST FLOOR FOOD WEBSMartinTSUIUniversity of North Carolina at Greensboro
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.74MERCURY CONTENT AND DISTRIBUTION IN PODZOLIC FOREST SOILS FROM AN ATLANTIC SW EUROPE AREA: ROLE OF SOIL COMPONENTS AND PEDOGENESISAntíaGÓMEZ-ARMESTOUniversity of Vigo
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.75MERCURY EMISSIONS HISTORY OF THE RUDNANY ORE DISTRICT AS RECORDED BY EUROPEAN LARCH TREE RINGSTomasNAVRATILInstitute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.76METHYLMERCURY DISTRIBUTION AND FORMATION IN POLLUTED AGRICULTURAL SOILS.LorenzGFELLERUniversity of Bern, Institute of Geography
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.77METHYL MERCURY CONTAMINATION AND DIET OF NESTLING RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDSMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.78THE ROLE OF NON-NATIVE EARTHWORMS IN THE TERRESTRIAL BIOACCUMULATION AND CYCLING OF MERCURY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, USASergioREDONDOStanford University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.79OCCURRENCE, RETENTION AND METHYLATION IN SOILS OF A HISTORIC CINNABAR MINED SITE, GRAVELOTTE, SOUTH AFRICAPhindileUGWUUnit for Environmental Sciences and Management, North-West University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.80SULPHUR SOURCES CONTROL MERCURY REDUCTION DURING ANOXYGENIC PHOTOSYNTHESISNoemieLAVOIEUniversity of Ottawa
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.81THE INTERACTION OF MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND FOREST MANAGEMENT WITH BIOACCUMULATION OF METHYL MERCURY IN ORGANIC SOILSKrišsBITENIEKSLSFRI Silava
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.82UNDERSTANDING MERCURY CYCLING IN TIBETAN GLACIATED ENVIRONMENT: RECENT PROGRESS AND REMAINING GAPSQianggongZHANGInstitute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.83PRESENCE OF MERCURY IN BIOFERTILIZERS MANUFACTURED FROM AGRICULTURAL WASTES.Francisco JGARCÍA-NAVARROIGeA-UCLM. ETSIACR, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain.
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.84UPTAKE AND RE-EMISSION OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY PROCESS BETWEEN NEEDLES AND BROAD LEAVES: EVIDENCE FROM MERCURY ISOTOPESChaoyueCHENState Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang, China
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.85MUD DAUBER NESTS AS SOURCES OF SPIDERS IN MERCURY MONITORING STUDIESMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.86TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY OF MERCURY IN TYPICAL KARST CATCHMENT OF GUIZHOU, CHINAJichengXIAInstitute of Geochemistr, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550081, P.R. China
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.87PEAT RECORDS OF SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE HG DEPOSITION SUGGEST LOWER ALL-TIME ENRICHMENT THAN IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHEREChuxianLIEcoLab, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS, Toulouse, France
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.88SPATIAL TRENDS IN ACCUMULATION OF MERCURY IN WILD PINE MARTENS OF NORTH-WESTEN RUSSIA (VOLOGDA REGION)LiubovKHABAROVACherepovets State University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.89MERCURY IN WILD GROWING MUSHROOMS AND UNDERNEATH SOILS IN POLAND: LEVELS, BIOCONCENTRATION, BIO-INDICATION POTENTIAL, POSSIBLE INTAKEJerzyFALANDYSZ1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk, Poland 2Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia 3Institute of Medicinal Plants, Yunnan Academ
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.90MOLECULAR EFFECTS, SPECIATION, AND COMPETITION OF INORGANIC AND METHYL MERCURY IN THE AQUATIC PLANT ELODEA NUTTALLIIClaudiaCOSIOSEBIO URCA
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.91EXCHANGE OF GASEOUS MERCURY OVER A TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS FOREST MEASURED BY A MICROMETEOROLOGICAL GRADIENT METHOD – FIRST RESULTS AND EXPERIMENTAL CHALLENGESDanielOBRISTUniversity of Massachusetts, Lowell
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.92ELEVATED CO2 MAY INCREASE METHYLMERCURY ACCUMULATION IN RICE GRAINRachelSTRICKMANUniversity of Washington
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.93THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE, SALINITY AND SEDIMENT CARBON ON MEHG UPTAKE IN PHYTOPLANKTONAmandaCURTISUniversity of Illinois
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.94INCREASING WATER TEMPERATURE AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER CHANGE AQUATIC MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION — A MESOCOSM STUDYPianpianWUSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.95CONTROL OF ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS AND METEOROLOGY ON VARIATIONS IN HG DEPOSITION OVER LAKE VS LAND SURFACE IN UPSTATE NEW YORKZhuyunYEDepartment of Environmental Science, Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.96USING ICE AND SEDIMENT CORES TO QUANTIFY CLIMATE-WARMING INDUCED INPUTS OF LEGACY MERCURY TO LAKE HAZEN, NUNAVUTDanielleLEMIREUniversity of Toronto Mississauga, ON, L5L1C6, Canada
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.97THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON METHYLMERCURY IN BOREAL PEATLANDSCarolinePIERCEUniversity of Minnesota
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.1.98MERCURY EXPORT AND TRANSPORT IN A GLACIERIZED MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN THE INLAND TIBETAN PLATEAUXuejunSUN
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.1BIOACCUMULATION OF TOTAL MERCURY IN TISSUES OF WILD BOARS: RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL MONITORING PROGRAM IN POLANDAgnieszkaNAWROCKANational Veterinary Research Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.2TOTAL MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN TISSUES OF WILD CERVIDS: RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL MONITORING PROGRAM IN POLANDMaciejDURKALECNational Veterinary Research Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.3ACCUMULATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY IN TRICHOLOMA SP. MUSHROOM SPECIES COLLECTED IN CROATIA AND POLANDIvanŠIRIĆ1Department of Animal Science and Technology, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture, Zagreb, Croatia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.4METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE FROM FISH CONSUMPTION IN WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE IN AYAPEL, COLOMBIAJosé LuisMARRUGO-NEGRETEUniversidad de Córdoba, Carrera 6 No. 76-103, Montería, Córdoba, Colombia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.5MERCURY IN FOREST SOIL AND FUNGI NEAR THE LOCAL NON-FERROUS FOUNDRYMartynaSABA1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk, Poland
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.6ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT OF RESERVOIR MONITORING: METHYLMERCURY UPTAKE AND POTENTIAL DOWNSTREAM TRANSPORTJames H.MCCARTHYWood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.7TOTAL MERCURY IN HUMAN HAIR IN FOUR RIVERSIDE POPULATIONS, AMAZON, BRAZILKarytta SousaNAKAPPGSC-Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / Instituto Evandro Chagas
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.8EVALUATION OF THE BIOACCUMULATION KINETICS OF TOXIC METALS IN FISH (A. BRASILIENSIS) AND ITS APPLICATION ON MONITORING OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMSThatianneVIEIRAUniversidade Federal Fluminense
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.9MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHERIES SPECIES IN THE GULF OF MAINE, USAKateBUCKMANDartmouth College
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.10EFFECT OF THE ROUND GOBY INVASION ON FISH MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN ONEIDA LAKE, NEW YORK, USAN. RoxannaRAZAVISUNY - ESF
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.11M2B DATABASE: MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN MEDITERRANEAN BIOTASergioCINNIRELLACNR-Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, Rende, Italy
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.12MERCURY IN ITALIAN BOTTLED WATER: ULTRA-TRACE DETERMINATION AND EVALUATION OF INTAKE USING A HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHMassimilianoVARDÈCNR, Italian National Research Council - Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (IDPA), Venice, Italy
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.13MERCURY IS A GLOBAL CONTAMINANT IN COMMERCIAL CAT AND DOG FOODSSarrahDUNHAM-CHEATHAMUniversity of Nevada, Reno
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.14MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN FISHES FROM THE UPPER PARANA RIVER BASIN, BRAZILCorey S.GREENUniversity of North Texas
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.15TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL TRENDS IN MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN GULL EGGS FROM THE IBERIAN PENINSULAM. GlóriaPEREIRACentre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH)
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.16TRACE DETERMINATION OF METHYLMERCURY IN NON-PIGMENTED, RED, AND BLACK RICE USING SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY COLD VAPOR ATOMIC FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETRYParindaMANORUTUniversity of Aberdeen
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.17EXAMINING DYNAMICS AND SOURCES OF ELEVATED MERCURY EXPOSURE IN AMAZONIAN INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS IN MANU NATIONAL PARK, MADRE DE DIOS, PERULuis E.FERNANDEZCenter for Amazonian Scientific Innovation, Wake Forest University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.18MISLABELING AND MERCURY CONTENT IN SEAFOOD IN PERUDaniellaBIFFITexas Christian University and ecOceanica
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.19MERCURY IN STIR-FRIED IN DEEP OIL AND UNCOOKED MUSHROOMSJerzyFALANDYSZ1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry & Ecotoxicology, 80-308 Gdańsk, Poland 2University of Cartagena, Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, Campus Zaragocilla, 130015 Cartagena, Colombia 3Institute of Medicinal Plants, Yunnan Academy o
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.20MERCURY IN RAW AND TRADITIONALLY COOKED MUSHROOMS FROM THE MERCURIFEROUS BELTJerzyFALANDYSZ1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry & Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk, Poland 2Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Zaragocilla Campus, University of Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia 3Institute of Medicinal Pla
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.21SIMULATED HUMAN EXPOSURE TO METHYLMERCURY IN POTENTIAL CONSUMERS OF SPINY DOGFISH SQUALUS ACANTHIAS HARVESTED IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WATERSZofiaBAUMANNUniversity of Connecicut
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.22ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING IN ZIMBABWE: IDENTIFICATION OF CHRONIC INORGANIC MERCURY INTOXICATIONViolaMAMBREYInstitute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational-, Social- and Environmental Medicine, University Hospital Munich, LMU, Ziemssenstr. 1, D-80336 Munich, Germany
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.23REDUCTION OF THE USE OF DENTAL AMALGAM IN THE CABINETS OF THE CITY OF COTONOU IN BENIN (WEST AFRICA)SounkouraADETONAHGAPROFFA
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.24AIRBORNE MERCURY LEVELS AT COMPRO ORO SHOPS IN PERUJackCARAVANOSNew York University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.25MERCURY IN BLOOD AS BIOMARKER OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE FROM INDUSTRIAL POLUTANTS IN AMAZONBrenda RodriguesCHAGASPPGEVS-Instituto Evandro Chagas
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.26HIGH METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN HUMANS: A CONCERN FOR THE POPULATIONS OF THE AMAZON TRIPLE FRONTIERStephani Ferreira daSILVAPPGEAP-Universidade Federal do Pará
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.27MERCURY BIOACESSIBILITY IN SHRIMPS MARKETED IN THE AMAZON, BRAZILHelena PereiraALMEIDAPIBIC - Instituto Evandro Chagas / Universidade Federal do Pará
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.28HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF EXPOSURE TO INDOOR MERCURY VAPOUR IN A GHANAIAN ARTISANAL SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING COMMUNITYOpoku Gyamfi, Eugene Ansah, Godfred Darko, Peter Borgen SorensonDEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRYKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.29METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATION IN BLOOD SAMPLES OF PREGNANT WOMEN FROM AN URBAN AREA IN MALAYSIASALIZA MOHD.ELIASDepartment of Environmental and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.30BEHAVIOR OF MEHG PRODUCTION IN A HG(II) ION SPIKED PADDY FIELD SOIL DURING MULTI-YEAR RICE CULTIVATION AND THE MECHANISM OF MEHG ACCUMULATION IN RICE GRAINHitoshiKODAMATANIKagoshima University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.31RISK ASSESSMENT FOR HUMAN HEALTH: MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN HAIR ASSOCIATED WITH FISH INTAKE IN MATO GROSSO, BRAZILHellen Catharine SilvaBATISTAUniversity of Mato Grosso State - UNEMAT
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.32MERCURY IN TRADITIONAL TIBETAN MEDICINE: A STUDY OF CHEMICAL SPECIATION AND BIOACCESSIBILITYMenghanCHENGCollege of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.33EFFECTS OF MERCURY POLLUTION AND DEFORESTATION FROM ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING ON PEAT SWAMP FOREST ECOSYSTEMS IN CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, INDONESIASarahDZIELSKIState University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.34MERCURY IN DENTAL AMALGAM: A GLOBAL POLLUTANTAnitaTIBAUCenter for Environmental and Toxicological Research, San Juan, PR, US Territory
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.35AQUACULTURE, STOCKING & MERCURY – CAN FISH INTRODUCTIONS BE A DRIVER OF MEHG CYCLING IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS?Sophia V.HANSSONDepartment of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Denmark
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.36SPECIATION OF MERCURY IN FISH, WATER AND SEDIMENT FROM PONDS IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING COMMUNITIES OF SOUTH WESTERN GHANADelaliTULASIJozef Stefan International Postgraduate School, Jamova Cesta 39, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia / School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.37MERCURY IN SKIN-LIGHTENING COSMETICS: A MERCURY TEST KIT AND A SURVEY IN THAILANDSinchaiCHOMNGAM1. Department of Chemistry and Center of Excellence for Innovation in Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. 2. Center for Excellence in Protein and Enzyme Technology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.2.38MERCURY HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT DURING SPILL ACCIDENT IN MONGOLIAUnursaikhanSURENJAVNational Center for Public Health
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.1TOTAL MERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN DIFFERENT CROPS AT WANSHAN MERCURY MINING AREA, CHINA: IMPLICATION FOR MANAGING MERCURY RISKJichengXIAInstitute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.2A MODEL FOR BLACK CARBON EFFICACY IN SEDIMENT AND SOIL MERCURY REMEDIATIONCynthiaGILMOURSmithsonian Environmental Research Center
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.3A PILOT SCALE REMEDIATION METHOD FOR A MERCURY POLLUTED SOIL WITH A MERCURY RESISTANT ACIDITHIOBACILLUS FERROOXIDANS STRAIN MON-1ATSUNORINEGISHITech. Res. Inst., Hazama Ando Corp.
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.4EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BANK MANAGEMENT EFFORTS IN REDUCING HG LEACHING INTO STREAMSDannyREIBLETexas Tech University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.5UTILIZING UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS TO RAPIDLY ASSESS HAZARDS AT ABANDONED MERCURY MINESBrynTHOMSOregon Department of Environmental Quality
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.6INVESTIGATING SUSTAINABLE ADSORBENTS FOR MERCURY POLLUTION IN INDONESIA CAUSED BY SMALL-SCALE ARTISANAL MININGImogenBAILESDepartment of Earth Sciences, Durham University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.7PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF HYDROXYAPATITE-BASED SORBENTS FOR GASEOUS MERCURY CAPTURE AND STABILIZATION: FROM SYNTHESIS TO PELLETINGNeuman S.DE RESENDEUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.8MERCURY RECOVERY FROM MERCURY-CONTAINING WASTES USING A PILOT-SCALE THERMAL PROCESSSOOJINCHOYonsei University
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.9USING SELECTIVE SEQUENTIAL EXTRACTION AND SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE INSOLUBLE MERCURY SPECIES IN HIGH LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTEChristopher J.BANNOCHIESavannah River National Laboratory
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.10MERCURY ACCUMULATION AND BIO-TRANSPORTATION IN WETLAND BIOTA AFFECTED BY GOLD MININGOdwaMBANGAUniversity of the Witwatersrand
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.11REMOVAL OF MERCURY BY IONIC LIQUIDS-FUNCTIONALIZED SILICA: EFFICIENCY AND ECOTOXICOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTBrunoHENRIQUESCESAM & LAQV-REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, 3810-193
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.12THE ELIMINATION OF INDUSTRIAL MERCURY POLLUTION IN KAZAKHSTAN UNDER THE PROJECT "CLEANUP OF THE NURA RIVER"IrkenKAMBEROVJSC «NAC «Kazatomprom», Scientific department of «Volkovgeology», Kazakhstan.
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.13NOVEL APPROACHES TO THE INVESTIGATION AND REMEDIATION OF MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAlexTAITWilliamson Research Centre for Molecular Environmental Science, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.14AVAILABILITY OF A SIMPLE AND SMALL MERCURY MEASURING DEVICE, QCM-HG FOR MERCURY MEASUREMENT IN AN ARTISANAL AND SMALL GOLD MINING AREA AND GOLD DEALING SHOPKohjiMARUMOTONational Institute for Minamata Disease
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.15DEPTH DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL AND METHYL- MERCURY IN SOILS FROM SMALL SCALE AND ARTISANAL GOLD MINING COMMUNITIES OF THE PRESTEA-HUNI VALLY DISTRICT, GHANADelaliTULASIJozef Stefan International Postgraduate School, Jamova Cesta 39, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia / School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.16VSL’S NOVEL PRIMARY MERCURY VAPOR GENERATOR VERSUS THE BELL-JARIrisDE KROMVSL the Dutch Metrology Institute
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.17A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE THERMAL DESORPTION TECHNIQUE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF MERCURY SPECIESM. AntoniaLOPEZ ANTON
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.18TRACING MERCURY MOBILITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE ABBADIA SAN SALVATORE LEGACY MERCURY MINE AREA USING MERCURY ISOTOPE RATIOS AND CONCENTRATIONSMichaelPRIBILUSGS
Tue, Sept. 10th T.P.3.19IN-SITU CAPTURE OF MERCURY IN COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS USING HIGH SURFACE ENERGY FLY ASHYongshengZHANG
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.1HIGH RESOLUTION ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY EMISSION INVENTORIES OF CHINESE CEMENT PLANTS OF 2007 AND 2015: TEMPORAL TREND AND SPATIAL VARIATIONXingruiCAIPeking University, Beijing, China
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.2HOW IMPORTANT IS BIOMASS BURNING IN CANADA TO MERCURY CONTAMINATION?AnnemarieFRASERNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.3IMPACTS OF RADIATION ON THE REDUCTION OF HG(II) IN AMBIENT PARTICLES AND GASEOUS PHASESYindongTONGTianjin University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.4FIVE-YEAR TRENDS AND MONSOON-FACILITATED TRANSBOUNDARY TRANSPORT OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY AT A HIGH-ALTITUDE BACKGROUND SITE IN SOUTHWESTERN CHINAHuiZHANG
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.5FAST PHOTOCHEMICAL DEPLETION OF TOTAL GASEOUS MERCURY AFTER SUNRISE OBSERVED IN THE POLLUTED COASTAL MARINE BOUNDARY LAYER ABOVE HONG KONGTaoLISchool of Environmental Science and Technology, Shandong University, Qingdao, China
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.6EXPERIMENTAL RAINWATER HG SPECIATION AND PHOTOREDUCTION RATES IN THE PRESENCE OF HALOGENS AND ORGANIC CARBONXuYANGUniversity of Toulouse
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.7AIR MERCURY VARIABILITY AT LISTVYANKA STATION, SIBERIANikolayMASHYANOVLumex-marketing LLC
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.8TRENDS IN ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY FRACTIONS AND WET MERCURY DEPOSITION ACROSS THE UNITED STATESConnorOLSONSyracuse University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.9A NEW APPROACH TO NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE GLOBAL MERCURY CYCLE BASED ON THE MODEL FOR PREDICTION ACROSS SCALESOrrenBULLOCKU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.10ASSESSING MERCURY AIR LEVELS USING PASSIVE AIR SAMPLERS (PASS) AS PART OF THE GMOS NETWORK IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE UNEP GEF PROJECTFrancescaSPROVIERICNR-IIA, Institute on Atmospheric Pollution Research, Rende, Italy
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.11ARE ZINC SULPHIDES AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF HG AS A POLLUTANT IN MINING ENVIRONMENTS?JoseMariaESBRÍIGeA-UCLM, Pl. Manuel Meca 1, 13400 Almadén (Ciudad Real), Spain.
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.12APPLICATION OF PASSIVE AIR SAMPLERS FOR ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY RESEARCH: LOCAL LANDSCAPE EFFECTS, VERTICAL GRADIENTS, AND DEPOSITION AT LAKES WITH DIFFERENT FISH-HG CONCENTRATIONSJamesCIZDZIELUniversity of Mississippi
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.13DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A COST-EFFICIENT MONITORING METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF MERCURY DEPOSITION IN FORESTSNilsKOENIG
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.14ASSESSMENT AND ESTABLISH OF TOTAL MERCURY BACKGROUND LEVEL IN SOILS FROM DIFFERENT SITES IN LIBYAAbdelkaremELGAZALI
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.15ASSESSMENT OF THE PRESENT MERCURY INPUT TO THE ALTAI TERRITORY DURING WINTER PERIOD BASED ON HG CONCENTRATIONS IN SEASONAL SNOW COVER FOR 2014-2018 YEARSValeriaKAMARDINAAltai State University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.16ASSESSMENT OF MAJOR ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES AND EMISSIONS OF MERCURY IN AFGHANISTANBaktashASLAMYProf. zw. Dr hab. inż. Józef Pacyna
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.17ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY OVER POLAND. THE RESULTS OF LONG-TERM AUTOMATIC MEASUREMENTS IN SELECTED INDUSTRIAL AND RURAL LOCATIONSHalinaPYTAInstitute of Environmental Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.18CHARACTERIZATION AND DYNAMIC OXIDATION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN AN IRON-STEEL INDUSTRY IN YANGTZE RIVER DELTA, CHINADemingHANTsinghua University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.19CHARACTERIZATIONS AND GAS-PARTICLE PARTITIONING OF OXIDIZED MERCURY AT A TROPICAL MOUNTAIN SITE DOWNWIND OF THE EAST ASIAN CONTINENTLy Sy PhuNGUYENFirst author
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.20DATA QUALITY ASSESSMENT - PARALLEL CONTINUOUS MERCURY MEASUREMENT AT TWO LEVELS OF TALL TOWER KŘEŠÍN, NAO KOŠETICE, CZECH REPUBLICGabrielaVÍTKOVÁGlobal Change Research Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences, Bělidla 4a, Brno, Czech Republic
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.21DETERMINATION OF MERCURY IN INDOOR DUST OF TWO CITIES OF THE NORTHERN REGION OF BRAZILBARBARA CAROLINE PEREIRA DASILVAPROGRAMA DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO EM EPIDEMIOLOGIA E VIGILÂNCIA EM SAÚDE / INSTITTUTO EVANDRO CHAGAS
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.22ELEMENTAL AND OXIDIZED MERCURY IN AN AREA WITH ELEVATED WINTERTIME OZONETylerELGIARUtah State University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.23QUANTIFYING THE IMPACT OF METEOROLOGY ON ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY POLLUTION AT AN URBAN SITE IN EASTERN CHINA USING A GENERALIZED ADDITIVE MODELPeishengZHOU
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.24VARIATION IN AMBIENT MERCURY LEVELS IN THE VICINITY OF COAL SEAM GAS EXTRACTION AND POWER GENERATION FACILITIES IN RURAL AUSTRALIA: SEASONAL AND METEOROLOGICAL CONTROLSAnthonyMORRISONDepartment of Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, NSW, Australia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.25INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON RAINFALL DISTRIBUTION AND MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN RAINWATER COLLECTED AT CAPE POINT, SOUTH AFRICAVernonSOMERSETCape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.26MERCURY GEOCHEMISTRY IN THE CRYOSPHERE OF WESTERN CHINAJieHUANGInstitute of Tibetan Plateau Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.27ILLUMINATING GASEOUS OXIDIZED MERCURY: BRHGONO PHOTOLYSIS LEADS TO INORGANIC HG(II) AND ORGANOMERCURY COMPOUNDSTheodoreDIBBLEState University of New York- Environmental Science and Forestry
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.28OBSERVATIONS OF SUMMERTIME OXIDIZED MERCURY IN THE COLORADO FRONT RANGE, USA, USING A MODIFIED DUAL-CHANNEL ANALYZER AND AUTOMATED CALIBRATION SYSTEMLynneGRATZColorado College
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.29ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPOSITION OF MERCURY AT MULTIPLE SITES OVER THE CENTRAL HIMALAYAS, SOUTH ASIALekhendraTRIPATHEEState Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Science, Northwest Institute of Eco-environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Lanzhou 730000, China
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.30INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIC MATTER INTERFERENCES FOR LOW LEVEL HG PRE-CONCENTRATION TECHNIQUESMichaelTATEUS Geological Survey
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.31COMPARISON BETWEEN DERIVATIZATION AND HYDRIDE GENERATION FOR THE PRECISE DETERMINATION OF METHYLMERCURY Δ13C COMPOUND SPECIFIC-ISOTOPIC-ANALYSIS BY PURGE-TRAP GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY COMBUSTION ISOTOPE RATIO MASS SPECTROMETRYLaganeCHRISTELLEObservatoire Midi-Pyrénées, Géosciences Environnement Toulouse, UMR CNRS 5563/IRD 234/Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.32WHAT IS NEW IN THE WORLD OF NATURAL HG MINERAL SPECIES?Andrew G.CHRISTYThe University of Queensland, Australia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.33AN IMPROVED AUTOMATED CALIBRATOR TO VERIFY ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY MEASUREMENTSTrevorO'NEILUtah State University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.34PROFICIENCY TEST PT MUSHROOM -TRACE ELEMENTS IN MUSHROOMVesnaFAJONDepartment of Environmental Sciences, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.35DETERMINATION OF METHYLMERCURY IN SCOTTISH BIRDS OF PREY (RAPTORS) USING LC-PVG-AFSShaunLANCASTERUniversity of Aberdeen
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.36APPLICATION OF DIFFUSIVE GRADIENT IN THIN FILMS (DGT) METHOD TO ASSESS BIOAVAILABLE HG IN ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL SOILSVietNGUYEN HUUSchool of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.37ISOLATION AND ISOTOPIC DETERMINATION OF METHYLMERCURY USING PRETREATMENT ACID EXTRACTION OR DISTILLATION COUPLED TO ANION-EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR BIOTA AND SEDIMENTSTylor J.ROSERAEnvironmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.38LONG - TERM STUDY OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DEPOSITION AT MONITORING STATIONS IN LITHUANIAAndriejusURBACentre for Physical Sciences and Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.39PECULIARITIES OF MERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN SHUNGITESSergeyPOGAREVLumex-marketing LLC
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.40INTRODUCING UNRRMAS_2.0: IMPROVEMENTS FOR QUANTIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ATMOSPHERIC REACTIVE MERCURYAdrielLUIPPOLDUniversity of Nevada
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.41DETERMINATION OF TOTAL HG IN NATURAL WATERS AFTER AMALGAMATION OF HG2+ ON CU POWDER AND HG0 ON AUNPSMerimeeKALUMBAEmiAfrica SARL
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.42EFFECTIVENESS OF DGT TECHNIQUE WITH OPEN AND RESTRICTED GELS IN PREDICTING MERCURY UPTAKE BY PLANTSMartaTURULLEnvironmental Chemistry Department, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research, IDÆA-CSIC, E-08034, Barcelona, Spain
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.43STUDY TO DETERMINE A RELIABLE MERCURY ANALYSIS PROCEDURE ON SULFURNATED-PASSIVE SAMPLER TRAPSRyosukeAKEBINippon Instruments Corporation
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.44ANTAGONISTIC MECHANISM BETWEEN MERCURY AND SELENIUM IN RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.) STUDIED USING 1, 2-DIMENSIONAL ELECTROPHORESIS AND SR-XRF TECHNIQUESYuxiGAOKey Laboratory for Biomedical Effects of Nanomaterials and Nanosafety, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.45DESIGN AND DEVELOPING OF PASSIVE SAMPLERS BASED ON NANOCOMPOSITE TIO2NPS/AUNPS MEMBRANES FOR TOTAL GASEOUS MERCURY MONITORINGAntonellaMACAGNANOInstitute of Atmospheric Pollution Research - CNR
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.46CERTIFIED REFERENCE MATERIALS AND INTER-LABORATORY COMPARISONS FOR A GLOBAL MERCURY MONITORING IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTEmiliaVASILEVAInternational Atomic Energy Agency, Environment Laboratories, Monaco
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.47FIT FOR PURPOSE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINATION OF METHYL MERCURY IN SEAWATERSabineAZEMARDInternational Atomic Energy Agency, Environment Laboratories, Monaco
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.48DEVELOPMENT OF MESOPOROUS SILICA-GOLD FILMS FOR TRACE-LEVEL MONITORING OF MERCURY IN WATERVivianSTOCKUlm University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.49MERCURY METHYLATION AND METHYLMERCURY DEMETHYLATION IN SULPHATE-LIMITED AND SULPHATE-RICH BOREAL LAKE SEDIMENTHaiyongHUANGUniversity of Toronto Scarborough
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.50TOWARDS A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY CHARACTERIZATION OF MERCURY-METHYLATING SYNTHETIC MODEL COMMUNITIESReginaWILPISZESKIOak Ridge National Lab
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.51A SEDIMENT MICROCOSM STUDY TO ASSESS HOW THE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF HG-METHYLATING MICROBES IMPACTS MEHG ACCUMULATIONCynthiaGILMOURSmithsonian Environmental Research Center
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.52DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY-CYCLING GENES IN THE ARCTIC AND EQUATORIAL PACIFIC OCEANS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO MERCURY SPECIATIONKatlinBOWMANUniversity of California, Santa Cruz/Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.53COMPARISON OF THE MERCURY REACTIVITY IN TWO DEEP SEA CANYONS (CAPBRETON, ATLANTIC OCEAN AND MONTEREY, PACIFIC OCEAN)AlyssaAZAROFFUMR IPREM UPPA-CNRS
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.54KINETICS OF METHYLMERCURY PRODUCTION IN PERIPHYTON AND SEDIMENTS FROM A CONTAMINATED FRESHWATER STREAMGraceSCHWARTZOak Ridge National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.55PROGRESS TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF HGCAB IN HG-METHYLATION IN PURE CULTURES AND IN THE ENVIRONMENTDwayneELIASORNL
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.56TRACEABLE DETERMINATION OF GASEOUS ELEMENTAL MERCURY USING IMPREGNATED ACTIVATED COAL AS AN EFFICIENT TRAPPING SORBENTIgorZIVKOVICJozef Stefan Institute
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.57A STUDY ON THE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF HG(II) USING DITHIZONE UNDER CONDITIONS PERTINENT TO HG(II) REDUCTION IN AQUATIC SYSTEMSLestaKOCHERTennessee Tech University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.58SPATIOTEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANTHROPOGENIC HG EMISSION IN PAKISTANMuhammad ZaffarHASHMIDepartment of Meteorology, COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.59GEOTRACES INTERCALIBRATION EXERCISES AND DEVELOPMENT OF REFERENCE MATERIAL FOR THE COMMUNITYAurelieDUFOURMIO
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.60TOTAL HG IN SAMPLES FROM CEMENT PRODUCTION USING PYROLYSIS COUPLED TO AAS – METHOD VALIDATIONSabinaBERISHAJožef 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. 12th R.P.1.61METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR TOTAL MERCURY AND MERCURY SPECIES DETERMINATION IN SORBENT TRAP MATERIALS OF RELEVANCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGPanayotPETROVLGC ltd., Queens Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 0LY
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.62A UNIQUE INTERACTIVE NANOSTRUCTURE KNITTING BASED PASSIVE SAMPLER ADSORBENT AT THE MICROSCALE FOR TRACE LEVEL MONITORING OF HG2+ IN WATERRaghurajCHOUHANResearcher
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.63TRACEABILITY OF MERCURY CHLORIDE PERMEATION TUBES FOR THE CALIBRATION OF GAS PHASE OXIDIZED HG MEASUREMENT SYSTEMSWarrenCORNSP S Analytical
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.64SOLUBILITY AND OXIDATION OF ELEMENTAL HG IN KCL TRAPPING SOLUTIONS USED FOR THE DETERMINATION OF OXIDIZED HG IN FLUE GAS.GianmarcoDE FEOP S Analytical
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.65MEASUREMENT OF OXIDISED MERCURY IN GAS PHASE EMISSIONS AND THE ATMOSPHERE: UNCERTAINTY BUDGETS FOR CALIBRATION GAS SOURCESMatthewDEXTERP S Analytical
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.66NOVEL PLASMA OXIDIZED MERCURY SOURCEJožeKOTNIK
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.67TESTING OF AU AND AU-PT COATED AL2O3 MERCURY PRECONCENTRATION TRAPSJožeKOTNIK
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.1.68SYSTEM FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL AND ELEMENTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN THE FLOW OF THE OXIDIZED MERCURY GENERATORSergueiSHOLUPOVLumex Marketing LLC
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.1HUMAN BIOMONITORING IN NORTHERN CANADA: ASSOCIATIONS AMONG CONTAMINANT AND NUTRIENT BIOMARKERSSaraPACKULL-MCCORMICKSchool of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.2URINARY MERCURY LEVELS AND WORK PRACTICES AT A HARD ROCK MINING COMMUNITY IN PERUJackCARAVANOSNew York University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.3THE EUROPEAN HUMAN BIOMONITORING INITIATIVE HBM4EU: CONTRIBUTING TO MERCURY ASSESSMENTArgeliaCASTAÑOCentro Nacional de Sanidad Ambiental (CNSA), Instituto de Salud Carlos III (ISCIII), Madrid, Spain
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.4MATERNAL MERCURY LEVELS: MEASURING VARIATION BETWEEN AND WITHIN INDIVIDUALS DURING PREGNANCYMatthewRANDUniversity of Rochester, Environmental Medicine
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.5THE APPLICATION OF TWO MINIMALLY INVASIVE MICROSAMPLING METHODS FOR MERCURY BIOMONITORING IN ARTISANAL GOLD MINING AREAS IN ZIMBABWEStefanRAKETEUniversity Hospital LMU Munich, Institute and Clinic for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.6VALIDATION OF METHOD FOR METHYL MERCURY DETERMINATION IN BLOOD BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY – INDUCTIVE COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRYNazirahARIFFINALS Technichem (M) Sdn Bhd, Shah Alam, Malaysia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.7EFFECT OF MATERNAL FOOD SAFETY-RELATED RISK PERCEPTIONS ON CHILD ACTUAL MERCURY EXPOSURELing ChuCHIEN*School of Public Health, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.8DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN URINE AND HAIR REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR HUMAN BIOMONITORING OF MERCURYKoichiHARAGUCHIDepartment of International Affairs and Research, National Institute for Minamata Disease, Japan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.9A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF SKIN AS AN INDICATOR FOR HUMAN EXPOSED TO METHYLMERCURYYuGONGNanjing University; Kyoto University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.10CURRENT EFFECTS OF METHYLMERCURY ON HEALTH AROUND MINAMATAShigeruTAKAOKAKyoritsu Neurology & Rehabilitation Clinic
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.11ASSOCIATIONS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF MERCURY LEVELS IN URINE, BLOOD AND HAIR IN A SPANISH HBM STUDYMartaESTEBAN LÓPEZNational Center for Environmental Health, Instituto de Salud Carlos III
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.12THE ASSOCIATION OF PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL EXPOSURE TO HEAVY METALS INCLUDING METHYLMERCURY AND LEAD WITH CHILD DEVELOPMENT IN TOHOKU STUDY OF CHILD DEVELOPMENTNozomiTATSUTATohoku university
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.13METHYLMERCURY TARGETS MUSCLE DEVELOPMENTMatthewRANDUniversity of Rochester
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.14LOW LEVEL MERCURY EXPOSURE AND ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY CHARACTERISTICS AMONG YOUNG ADULTSElenaEVSTAFEVAV.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Medical Academy named after S.I. Georgievsky
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.15EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS ON THE HISTORICAL DATA OF HEALTH EXAMINATION SURVEY CONDUCTED IN MINAMATA FROM 1975 TO 1981NoriyukiHACHIYAThe National Institute for Minamata Disease, Japan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.16HUMAN HEALTH, MERCURY EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT AND ESTIMATED CHRONIC AIR MERCURY LEVELS IN A BRAZILIAN ASGM COMMUNITY.JESSICARAMOSCETEM-Centre for Mineral Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.17FASUDIL, A ROCK INHIBITOR, RECOVERS METHYLMERCURY-INDUCED AXONAL DEGENERATION BY CHANGING MICROGLIAL PHENOTYPE IN RATSMasatakeFUJIMURANational Institute for Minamata Disease
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.18GENETIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING METHYLMERCURY TOLERANCE AND SUSCEPTIBILITY: EVIDENCE FROM THE SEYCHELLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDY.MatthewRANDUniversity of Rochester, Environmental Medicine
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.19METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATION AND GENETIC POLYMORPHISM OF GSTM1 AND GSTT1 AMONG FISH EATING PREGNANT WOMEN FROM AN URBAN AREA IN MALAYSIAAbedinlahAMIRAH1Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.20A CRITICAL REVIEW OF MERCURY-SELENIUM INTERACTIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO TOXICITY RISK IN AQUATIC FOOD WEBSJacquelineGERSONDuke University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.21EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF MERCURY ON HOLM OAK SEEDLINGSJavierRODRIGUEZ-ALONSOCIEMAT
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.22MERCURY IN FUNGUS AMANITA MUSCARIA AT A DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGESJerzyFALANDYSZ1University of Gdańsk, Environmental Chemistry & Ecotoxicology, 80-308 Gdańsk, Poland 2University of Cartagena, Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, Campus Zaragocilla, 130015 Cartagena, Colombia 3Institute of Medicinal Plants, Yunnan Academy o
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.23NONDIGESTIBLE OLIGOSACCHARIDE DECREASE TISSUE CONCENTRATION OF MERCURY AFTER METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN MICE.MasaakiNAGANODepartment of Basic Medical Sciences, National Institute for Minamata Disease, Minamata, Kumamoto, Japan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.24DETERMINANTS OF METHYLMERCURY AND PCBS IN CORD BLOOD AND DHA IN MATERNAL BLOOD IN TOHOKU STUDY OF CHILD DEVELOPMENTKunihikoNAKAITohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.25MERCURY AND MICROPLASTICS, TWO POLLUTANTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN FROM A BAY IN THE CARIBBEAN: ENDANGERING HOT SPOT FOR BIODIVERSITY?IsabelACOSTA-COLEY1. Environmental and Computational Chemistry Group, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Zaragocilla Campus, University of Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia. 2. Analytical Chemistry and Biomedicine Group, School of Exact and Natural Sciences, San Pablo Campus,
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.26MERCURY LEVELS IN INVASIVE LIONFISH, PTEROIS SPP. (SCORPAENIDAE), FROM THE CARIBBEAN COAST OF COLOMBIAMaríaCABARCAS-MONTALVOEnvironmental and Computational Chemistry Group, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Zaragocilla Campus, University of Cartagena, Cartagena
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.27MERCURY IN FISH FROM U.S. NATIONAL PARKS – CONCENTRATIONS, SOURCES, AND ECOLOGICAL RISKColleenFLANAGAN PRITZU.S. National Park Service - Air Resources Division
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.28FEATHERS OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN AS A TOOL FOR THE MONITORING OF TOTAL AND METHYL MERCURY IN THE ANTARCTIC ENVIRONMENTJulianaSOUZAUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro & Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.29TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF MERCURY LEVELS IN THREE TROPICAL TUNA SPECIES IN THE SOUTH-WESTERN PACIFICAnaïsMÉDIEUUBO
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.30RELATING DIET AND HG EXPOSURE IN A GENERALIST SEABIRDNereZORROZUADepartment of Ornithology, Aranzadi Sciences Society, Zorroagagaina 11, E-20014 Donostia, Spain
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.31RISK ASSESSMENT OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION TO ECOSYSTEM IN AN OIL EXTRACTION FIELDYanLINNorwegian Institute for Water Research
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.32SURVEY OF TOTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATION LEVELS IN EGGSHELLS OF BLACK STORKSAndaABOLAInstitute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy, University of Latvia, Skunu Str. 4, LV-1050, Riga, Latvia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.33RELATIVELY UNAFFECTED NESTING SUCCESS OF TWO SONGBIRD SPECIES IN HG MINING AND NON-MINING AREAS OF GUIZHOU PROVINCE, CHINATongpingSUGuangxi Key Laboratory of Forest Ecology and Conservation, College of Forestry, Guangxi University, Nanning, China
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.34HG ELIMINATION BY THREE SIZE CLASSES OF GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURATUS)JiajiaLISouthwest University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.35SPATIAL PATTERNS OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION AND ASSOCIATED RISK TO PISCIVOROUS WADING BIRDS OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL UNITED STATESMatthewCHUMCHALTexas Christian University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.36RELEVANCE OF ACTIVE BIOMONITORING OF MERCURY USING FRESHWATER BIVALVESLiesTEUNENUniversity of Antwerp
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.37MERCURY POLLUTION IN DISTINCT GEOMORPHOLOGICAL COMPARTMENTS IMPACTED BY MINING DAM BREAKING IN MARIANA (MINAS GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL): TOXIC EFFECTS ON EARTHWORMSMarianaVEZZONEFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.38MERCURY EXPOSURE AND GENETIC ECOTOXICOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES IN BLACKNOSE DACE, RHINICHTHYS ATRATULUS, LIVING IN A HISTORICALLY MERCURY POLLUTED RIVERKaylaANATONEBiology Department, Wesleyan University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.39RECONSTRUCTING AVIAN MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS THROUGH TIME USING MUSEUM SPECIMENS FROM NEW YORK STATESarahDZIELSKIState University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.40LAND DISPOSAL OF DREDGED SEDIMENTS FROM GUANABARA BAY (RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL): SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF MERCURY POLLUTION AND TOXIC EFFECTS ON EARTHWORMSMarianaVEZZONEFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.41POTENTIAL ECOLOGICAL RISK AND MERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN BOTTOM SEDIMENTS FROM RODRIGO DE FREITAS LAGOON (RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL)MarianaVEZZONEFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.42THE INVASIVE ALIEN RACCOON PROCYON LOTOR AS A BIOINDICATOR OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN AN EUROPEAN RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMElzbietaKALISINSKAPomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.43STOPOVER DEPARTURE BEHAVIORS AND FLIGHT ORIENTATIONS OF SPRING-MIGRANT YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS (SETOPHAGA CORONATA) EXPERIMENTALLY EXPOSED TO METHYLMERCURYChad L.SEEWAGENGreat Hollow Nature Preserve & Ecological Research Center, New Fairfield, CT, USA
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.44GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION OF MERCURY IN BREEDING TIDAL MARSH SPARROWS OF THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATESChristopherSAYERSCornell Lab of Ornithology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.45VARIATION OF MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN DIFFERENT TISSUES OF SPECTACLED CAIMAN (CAIMAN YACARE) IN THE BENI RIVER BASIN LA PAZ-BOLIVIAAndreaSALAZAR PAMMOWildlife Conservation Society, Madidi-Tambopata Landscape Conservation Program, La Paz, Bolivia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.2.46ELEVATED MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN THE NORTHERN SAW-WHET OWL OF HAIDA GWAIIDebbieARMSTRONGUniversity of Manitoba
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.1SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY IN COASTAL SOIL AND SEDIMENTS OF GADANI SHIPBREAKING AREA, PAKISTANAllauddinKAKARCOMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.2TECHNICAL SCALE INVESTIGATIONS ON THE CONTROLLED STRIPPING OF MERCURY IN WASTE WATER TREATMENTBarnaHEIDELHochschule Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Flandernstraße 101, D-73728 Esslingen, Germany
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.3DECENTRAL TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL MERCURY WASTES – IT´S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE!ReinhardSCHMIDTecon industries services GmbH
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.4STUDY ON THE ELEMENTAL MERCURY ADSORPTION CHARACTERISTICS AND MECHANISM OF IRON-BASED MODIFIED BIOCHAR MATERIALSLiJIATaiyuan University of Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.5MERCURY REMOVAL FROM NATURAL WATERS USING EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS BARK AS AN EFFICIENT BIOSORBENT: MODELLING AND OPTIMIZATION BY RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGYEduardaPEREIRACESAM & LAQV-REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, 3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal.
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.6TREATMENT/RECOVERY OF MERCURY GUARDS AND ACTIVATED CARBON IN THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY AS WELL AS STABILISATION OF MERCURY AS HGSGABRIELCHIFFLIER
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.7STUDY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AVAILABILITY OF MERCURY IN SOILS FROM A CONTAMINATED AREA IN MINAS GERAIS, BRAZILCláudia M.DO VALLEIFAM – Campus Manaus Centro, Av. Sete de setembro, 1075, 69020-120, Manaus/AM, Brazil
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.8IMPACT OF ENRICHED CO2 AND H2O ON MERCURY REMOVAL OVER MAGNETIC BIOCHAR IN OXYFUEL COMBUSTION ATMOSPHEREYumingZHOUHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.9EFFECTS OF CL AND O SURFACE GROUPS OF BIOCHAR ON MERCURY REMOVAL FROM FLUE GASJinjingLUO
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.10IMPACTS OF EMISSION CONTROL MEASURES ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL MERCURY BURDEN OF INDIA AND TRANSBOUNDARY FLUXES OUT OF INDIA VIA AIR AND WATERAsifQURESHIIIT Hyderabad
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.11INFLUENCE OF OPERATING CONDITIONS ON MERCURY REMOVAL BY ACTIVATED CARBON INJECTION IN A PILOT-SCALE COAL-FIRED BOILERTianfangHUANGSchool of Energy and Environment,Southeast University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.12MERCURY CONCENTRATION AND MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE VICINITY OF AN INFORMAL E-WASTE RECYCLING SITE, LAGOS, NIGERIAKonstantinosTOGIASDepartment of Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Health, National School of Public Health, Athens, Greece
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.13A PATENT LANDSCAPE OF MERCURY DISPOSAL TECHNOLOGY BASED ON BIBLIOMETRICLiyuanLIUBeijing Advanced Sciences and Innovation Centre of CAS, State Environmental Protection Engineering Center for Mercury Pollution Prevention and Control
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.14BENEFIT OF ULTRA-LOW TECHNICAL TRANSFORMATION TO THE REDUCTION OF MERCURY EMISSION IN CHINA'S COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT: EVIDENCE FROM FIELD EXPERIMENTMinnengWENSchool of Environment, Tsinghua University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.15IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTION WITH RESPECT TO VINYL CHLORIDE MANUFACTURE IN CHINA: GOVERNMENT STRATEGY AND UNIDO PROJECT STATUSYunruiZHOUUnited Nations Industrial Development Organization
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.16MIGRATION AND TRANSFORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF MERCURY IN A 600MW COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT WITH ULTRA LOW EMISSION AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DEVICESYifanXUKey Laboratory of Energy Thermal Conversion and Control of Ministry of Education, Southeast University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.17SOME EXPERIENCES ON GOLD RECOVERY ON SMALL SCALE MINING OPERATIONS, HIGHLANDS AND LOWLANDS, BOLIVIA.AgustinCÁRDENASUniversidad Mayor de San Andres, Bolivia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.18EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE ECONOMIZER AND AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DEVICES ON MERCURY REMOVAL IN COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTSZijianZHOUHuazhong University of Science & Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.19DENSITY FUNCTION THEORY STUDIES OF MODELING MN-V2O5-WO3/TIO2 SCR CATALYST IN LOW-TEMPERATURE FLUE GAS UNDER HG0 OXIDATIONZhongliHESoutheast University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.20EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MERCURY REMOVAL AND REGENERATION OF SO2 MODIFIED ACTIVATED CARBONYufengDUAN
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.21CAN CO-FIRING OF BIOMASS TO COAL-FIRED POWER STATIONS REDUCE GLOBAL HG(0) EMISSIONS?Flora M.BROCZAUniversity of Leeds
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.22CONTRIBUTION OF CHINA’S “ULTRA-LOW EMISSION” POLICY ON ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY EMISSION REDUCTION OF THE POWER INDUSTRYFahuaZHUState Power Environmental Protection Research Institute
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.23NEW INSIGHT INTO SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF NO AND HG0 ON CEO2 MODIFIED V2O5/TIO2 CATALYST: A NITRATE PATHWAY FOR HG0 OXIDATIONYangYANGInstitute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.24A HIGHLY RESOLVED MERCURY EMISSION INVENTORY OF GLOBAL THERMAL POWER PLANTSLiuYAN
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.25DUAL ROLES OF NANO-SULFIDE IN EFFICIENT REMOVAL OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY FROM COAL COMBUSTION FLUE GAS WITHIN A WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGEJiexiaZHAOCentral South University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.26EFFECT OF SELENIUM ON MERCURY ADSORPTION OVER ACTIVATED CARBONS IN COAL COMBUSTION FLUE GASWenqiQUSchool of Energy Science and Engineering, Central South University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.27DESIGN, MONITORING AND OPTIMIZATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR IN SITU REMEDIATION OF MERCURY AT FORMER CHLOR-ALKALI FACILITIESDimitriVLASSOPOULOSAnchor QEA LLC
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.28MERCURY SPECIATION AND REMOVAL BY MERCAWAYSM PROCESS IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRYEvanHATAKEYAMAChevron
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.29SUBCELLULAR DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY IN THE MACROPHYTE ELEOCHARIS INTERSTINCTA PLANTED IN A VERTICAL WETLAND: A MICROCOSM EXPERIMENTJosé LuisMARRUGO-NEGRETEUniversidad de Córdoba, Carrera 6 No. 76-103, Montería, Córdoba, Colombia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.30REHABILITATING MERCURY CONTAMINATED MINING LANDS IN COLOMBIA USING BIOCHARAlfonsoRODRIGUEZR3 Environmental Technology Colombia SAS
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.31EFFECT OF SORBENTS ON MERCURY METHYLATION AND METHYLMERCURY REMOVAL FROM WATERKatherineMULLEROak Ridge National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.32DIFFUSIVE GRADIENT IN THIN FILM (DGT) SAMPLERS AS A BIOMONITORING TOOL FOR HG BIOACCUMULATION IN FRESHWATER WETLANDSNataliaNEAL-WALTHALLDuke University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.33MERCURY-DRIVEN ECOTOXICOLOGICAL IMPACT OF A TEXTILE INDUSTRY WASTEWATER ON MICROBIOME OF A RECEIVING FRESHWATER STREAMGraceODUBANJOUniversity of Lagos, Nigeria
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.34NOVEL FE-ZSM-5 CATALYST FOR CATALYTIC OXIDATION OF ELEMENTAL MERCURY IN THE PRESENCE OF NH3JiayinLIRenmin University of China
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.35REMOVAL AND REDUCTION OF MERCURY IN GROUNDWATER BY PUMICE-SUPPORTED NANOSCALE ZEROVALENT IRON: EFFECTS OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN, NITRATE AND NATURAL ORGANIC MATTERGHULAM HUSSAINQASIMSchool of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.36EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDIES OF MERCURY REMOVAL BY ZNIN2S4 SORBENTS FROM FLUE GASYingniYUHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.37ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF ACTIVATED CARBON AMENDMENT AND TIDAL INUNDATION ON MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY PARTITIONING IN CONTAMINATED MARSH SOILS: A MESOCOSM STUDYGraceSCHWARTZOak Ridge National Laboratory
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.38IN SITU DECORATED COPPER FOAM WITH COPPER SELENIDE AS A 3D MONOLITH MATERIAL FOR EFFICIENT SEQUESTRATION OF MERCURYJianpingYANGSchool of Energy Science and Engineering, Central South University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.39HARNESSING SOCIAL-LEARNING AND CONCEPTS OF TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE, MERCURY-FREE ASGM: CONCEPTS AND LESSONS FROM THE CASE OF TRANSMAPE IN ECUADOR.Patricio ColónVELÁSQUEZ-LÓPEZUniversity of British Columbia/ CIRDI
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.40IS IT POSSIBLE TO CULTIVATE ENERGY CROP ON SOIL EXTREMELY CONTAMINATED WITH MERCURY? A POT EXPERIMENT PRELIMINARY RESULTSMartaPOGRZEBAInstitute for Ecology of Industrial Areas, Katowice Poland
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.41IMMOBILIZATION OF MERCURY IN CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT: AN ACTIVE CAPPING DEMONSTRATION IN HYEONGSAN RIVER ESTUARY, SOUTH KOREAMark XavierBAILONDepartment of Environmental Systems Engineering, Korea University
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.42MERCURY MOBILIZATION FROM CONTAMINATED CREEK BANK SOILS AND STABILIZATION USING ENGINEERED SORBENTSLeroyGONEZ-RODRIGUEZORNL/UTK
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.43TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT OF A SMALL HG-FREE GOLD PROCESSING PLANT IN COLOMBIA.MelissaCORREAAgriteam Canada Consulting Ltd, Colombia
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.44A GLOBAL DATABASE OF MERCURY EMISSIONS FOR ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING (ASGM)Jennifer D.O'NEILLArtisanal Gold Council
Thu, Sept. 12th R.P.3.45ENHANCING STABILITY AND ACCURACY IN DIRECT MERCURY ANALYSIS, IN VARIOUS MATRICES, VIA A DOUBLE BEAM SPECTROPHOTOMETER.GiulioCOLNAGHI