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G11 Mercury monitoring and risk assessment

Thursday, 28 July, 2011

RG11-O1 — 15:00-15:15
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AN INTEGRATED SURVEY ON MERCURY POLLUTION AND ITS IMPACTS IN GUIZHOU PROVINCE, CHINA
Authors: LARSSEN, Thorjorn1, ZHANG, Hua2, FENG, Xinbin2
(1) Norwegian Institute for Water Research - NIVA, tla@niva.no; (2) State Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences;
RG11-O2 — 15:15-15:30
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RISK ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO TOTAL AND METHYL MERCURY THROUGH RICE CONSUMPTION IN SOUTH CHINA
Authors: LI, Ping1, FENG, Xinbin1, YUAN, Xiaobo1, CHAN, Laurie H.M.2, ZHU, Yongguan3, SUN, Guoxin4
(1) Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ping_ligyig@163.com; (2) School of Health Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia; (3) Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences; (4) Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
RG11-O3 — 15:30-15:45
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RG11-O4 — 15:45-16:00
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THE TROPICAL AFRICAN MERCURY ANOMALY: LOWER THAN EXPECTED MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN FISH AND HUMAN HAIR
Authors: BLACK, Frank1, BOKHUTLO, Thethela2, SOMOXA, Aaron 2, MAETHAMAKO, Mothusi 2, MODISAEMANG, Ontlogetse2, KEMOSEDILE, Thebe3, COBB-ADAMS, Cristina1, MOSEPELE, Ketlhatlogile3, CHIMBARI, Moses3
(1) Princeton University, fblack@princeton.edu; (2) Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Fisheries Division; (3) Henry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre;
RG11-O5 — 16:00-16:15
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MERCURY-RELATED HUMAN HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONSUMPTION OF FISH FROM THE ATHABASCA OIL SANDS REGION IN NORTHEAST ALBERTA, CANADA.
Authors: BRESEE, Karl1, KOPPE, Bart2
(1)Intrinsik Environmental Sciences Inc., kbresee@intrinsik.com; (2) Intrinsik Environmental Sciences.
RG11-O6 — 16:15-16:30
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MERCURY, SELENIUM, AND ARSENIC CONCENTRATIONS IN FISH COLLECTED NEAR COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ALONG THE OHIO RIVER: SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND FISH CONSUMPTION RISK CONSIDERATIONS
Authors: REASH, Robin1, MERRITT, Karen2, BROWN, Lauren2, GOODRICH-MAHONEY, John3
(1) American Electric Power, rjreash@aep.com; (2) Environ International; (3) Electric Power Research Institute.
RG11-O7 — 16:30-16:45
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MERCURY EXPOSURE FROM FISH CONSUMPTION IN SUBSISTENCE AND RECREATIONAL FISHERS IN RURAL OKLAHOMA
Authors: SCHAIDER, Laurel1, BACKUS, Ann1, HATLEY, Earl2, JIM, Rebecca2, LYNCH, Robert3, MANDERS, Gina2, SPENGLER, John1, SHINE, James1
(1) Harvard School of Public Health, lschaide@hsph.harvard.edu; (2) LEAD Agency; (3) University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center;
RG11-O8 — 16:45-17:00
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TRENDS IN MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN U.S. COMMERCIAL FISH, A RESEARCH SYNTHESIS
Author: KARIMI, Roxanne1
(1)Stony Brook University, rkarimi@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
RG11-O9 — 17:00-17:15
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ARE FISH AT RISK FROM MINING-RELATED MERCURY EXPOSURE IN PINCHI LAKE, BC? KEY RESULTS FROM LONG-TERM MONITORING AND RISK ASSESSMENT STUDIES.
Authors: BAKER, Randy F.1, MANN, Gary S.2
(1) Azimuth Consulting Group, rbaker@azimuthgroup.ca; (2) .
RG11-O10 — 17:15-17:30
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MERCURY CONTAMINATION AND ITS POTENTIAL RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH IN PALU, CENTRAL SULAWESI, INDONESIA
Author: ELVINCE, Rosana1
(1) Toyohashi University of Technology, r_elvince@yahoo.co.id
Thursday, 28 July, 2011