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Final Technical Program

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  July 25
Monday
8:30 -10:30
July 26
Tuesday
8:30 -10:30
July 27
Wednesday
8:30 -10:30
July 28
Thursday
8:30 -10:30
July 29
Friday
8:30 -10:30
Session 1 G4A(I)  RM 204 Atmospheric Mercury: Transport and deposition G4B  RM 204 Atmospheric Mercury: Measurement and Monitoring S1(I)  RM 202/203 Measurement and understanding of atmospheric mercury processes S1(II)  RM 202/203 Measurement and understanding of atmospheric mercury processes S3(I)  RM 301 The North American mercury speciation networks: Analysis and modeling results
Session 2 G7(I)  RM 202/203 Environmental Biogeochemistry: Environmental Approaches G7(III)  RM 202/203 Environmental Biogeochemistry: Environmental Approaches S8  RM 301 Forestry and mercury: Defining the connection S13  RM 301 Mercury in the marine environment and transboundary indicators G9(I)  RM 200C2 Mercury exposure in wildlife
Session 3 G14(I)  RM 200C1 Health effects of mercury S17(I)  RM 301 Mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining S14  RM 204 Mercury fate in marine ecosystems: From sources to consumers G15(I)  RM 200C1 Mercury in Fish S15(I)  RM 303 Mercury and selenium interactions: Biogeochemistry and human health
Session 4 S11(I)  RM 301 Ecotoxicology of mercury S16(I)  RM 200C2 Mercury in contaminated sites: Biogeochemistry and human health S10(I)  RM 200C1 Mechanisms of microbial mercury methylation S9(I)  RM 200C2 Understanding mercury - organic matter interactions G10(I)  RM 202/203 Mercury in marine ecosystems
Session 5 G2(I)  RM 200C2 Mercury stable isotope biogeochemistry S6  RM 303 Mercury rising in Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia S12  RM 200C2 Impacts of climate change on the fate of mercury in the environment S4(I)  RM 204 Mercury in the Arctic S19  RM 204 Socio-economic factors affecting mercury exposure and risk
Session 6 S18  RM 303 United Nations Environment Programme Global Mercury Partnership G3(I)  RM 200C1 Sources and emissions S7  RM 303 Multi-scale modeling of mercury transport and fate in river ecosystems G1  RM 303 Advances in analytical methodologies G8(I)  RM 200C1 Mercury bioaccumulation and trophic transfer
 
  Monday
11:00 - 12:00
Tuesday
11:00 - 12:00
Wednesday
11:00 - 12:00
Thursday
11:00 - 12:00
Friday
11:00 - 12:00
Session 1         S3(II)  RM 301 The North American mercury speciation networks: Analysis and modeling results
Session 2         G9(II)  RM 200C2 Mercury exposure in wildlife
Session 3         S15(II)  RM 303 Mercury and selenium interactions: Biogeochemistry and human health
Session 4         G10(II)  RM 202/203 Mercury in marine ecosystems
Session 5         S22  RM 204 Mercury control at coal-fired power plants
Session 6         G8(II)  RM 200C1 Mercury bioaccumulation and trophic transfer
 
  Monday
15:30 - 17:30
Tuesday
15:30 - 17:30
Wednesday
15:30 - 17:30
Thursday
15:00 - 17:30
Friday
15:30 - 17:30
Session 1 G4A(II)  RM 204 Atmospheric Mercury: Transport and deposition S2  RM 303 Canadian Clean Air Regulatory Agenda (CARA) Mercury Science Program   G3(II)  RM 301 Sources and emissions  
Session 2 G7(II)  RM 202/203 Environmental Biogeochemistry: Environmental Approaches G7(IV)  RM 202/203 Environmental Biogeochemistry: Lab and Experimental Approaches   G14(III)  RM 202 Health effects of mercury  
Session 3 G14(II)  RM 200C1 Health effects of mercury S17(II)  RM 301 Mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining   G15(II)  RM 200C1 Mercury in Fish  
Session 4 S11(II)  RM 301 Ecotoxicology of mercury S16(II)  RM 200C2 Mercury in contaminated sites: Biogeochemistry and human health   S9(II)  RM 200C2 Understanding mercury - organic matter interactions  
Session 5 G2(II)  RM 200C2 Mercury stable isotope biogeochemistry S5  RM 204 Mercury in the Laurentian Great Lakes region   S4(II)  RM 204 Mercury in the Arctic  
Session 6 G6  RM 303 Impacts of mining G5  RM 200C1 Remediation and control technologies   G11  RM 303 Mercury monitoring and risk assessment  

Posters

July 25
Monday
July 26
Tuesday
July 28
Thursday
S11 Ecotoxicology of mercury S2 Canadian Clean Air Regulatory Agenda (CARA) Mercury Science Program S1 Measurement and understanding of atmospheric mercury processes
S18 United Nations Environment Programme Global Mercury Partnership S5 Mercury in the Laurentian Great Lakes region S3 The North American mercury speciation networks: Analysis and modeling results
S20 Mercury research in developing countries S6 Mercury rising in Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia S4 Mercury in the Arctic
G2 Mercury stable isotope biogeochemistry S7 Multi-scale modeling of mercury transport and fate in river ecosystems S9 Understanding mercury - organic matter interactions
G4A Atmospheric Mercury: Transport and deposition S8 Forestry and mercury: Defining the connection S13 Mercury in the marine environment and transboundary indicators
G6 Impacts of mining S10 Mechanisms of microbial mercury methylation and resistance S15 Mercury and selenium interactions: Biogeochemistry and human health
G7(I, II, III) Environmental Biogeochemistry: Environmental Approaches S12 Impacts of climate change on the fate of mercury in the environment S17 Mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining
G14 Health effects of mercury S14 Mercury fate in marine ecosystems: From sources to consumers S19 Socio-economic factors affecting mercury exposure and risk
  S16 Mercury in contaminated sites: Biogeochemistry and human health G1 Advances in analytical methodologies
  G3 Sources and emissions G8 Mercury bioaccumulation and trophic transfer
  G4B Atmospheric Mercury: Measurement and Monitoring G9 Mercury exposure in wildlife
  G5 Remediation and control technologies G11 Mercury monitoring and risk assessment
  G7(IV) Environmental Biogeochemistry: Lab and Experimental Approaches G15 Mercury in Fish
  G10 Mercury in marine ecosystems  
Updated: JULY 25, 2011
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