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Thursday, 28 July, 2011

RG15-O9 — 15:00-15:15
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HABITAT-SPECIFIC FORAGING DRIVES MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN BENTHIC AND LIMNETIC MORPHOTYPES OF THREESPINE STICKLEBACK IN BENKA LAKE, ALASKA
Authors: WILLACKER, James J.1, VON HIPPEL, Frank A.1, ACKERLY, Kerri L.1, O’HARA, Todd M.2
(1) University of Alaska Anchorage, jjwillac@gmail.com; (2) University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
RG15-O10 — 15:15-15:30
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TOTAL MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN FRESHWATER FISH AT ADAK ISLAND, ALEUTIAN ARCHIPELAGO, ALASKA
Authors: KENNEY, Leah A1, VON HIPPEL, Frank A1, O’HARA, Todd M2, WILLACKER, James J3
(1) University of Alaska Anchorage, leahkenney@gmail.com; (2) University of Alaska Fairbanks; (3) Univestiy of Alaska Anchorage.
RG15-O11 — 15:30-15:45
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MERCURY BIOMAGNIFICATION THROUGH A SUB-TROPICAL MARINE FOOD WEB
Authors: THERA, Jennifer C. 1, RUMBOLD, Darren G.1
(1)Florida Gulf Coast University, jcthera@eagle.fgcu.edu
RG15-O12 — 15:45-16:00
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TROPHIC TRANSFER OF MERCURY TO SHARKS OFF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
Authors: RUMBOLD, Darren1, WASNO, Robert1, HAMMERSCHLAG, Neil2, VOLETY, Aswani1, NICHOLSON, Matt1
(1) Florida Gulf Coast University, drumbold@fgcu.edu; (2) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science;
RG15-O13 — 16:00-16:15
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TOTAL AND ORGANIC MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN THE MUSCLE OF BIGEYE TUNA, THUNNUS OBESUS, FROM PACIFIC OCEAN
Authors: CHEN, Meng-Hsien1, LAI, Jen-Chen1, CHEN, Chiee-Young2, HSEU, Chen-Shun 3, TENG, Pei-Yi1
(1) Dept. of Marine Biotechnology and Resources, mhchen@mail.nsysu.edu.tw; (2) Dept. Marine Environmental Engineering, National Kaohsiung Marine University; (3) Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University;
RG15-O14 — 16:15-16:30
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MERCURY ACCUMULATION IN TUSK (BROSME BROSME) FROM DIFFERENT HABITATS IN THE NORTH-EAST ATLANTIC
Authors: MAAGE, Amund1, KVANGARSNES, Kristine1, FRANTZEN, Sylvia2, SÆTHRE, Leif3, NEDREAAS, Kjell4, JULSHAMN, Kaare1
(1) NIFES, Norway, ama@nifes.no; (2) NIFES; Norway; (3) University of Bergen; Norway; (4) Institute of Marine Research, Norway;
RG15-O15 — 16:30-16:45
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CHEMICAL FORM MATTERS: DIFFERENTIAL ACCUMULATION OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC MERCURY IN ZEBRAFISH LARVAE
Authors: MACDONALD, Tracy1, KORBAS, Malgorzata1, PICKERING, Ingrid J.1, KRONE, Patrick H.1, GEORGE, Graham N.1
(1) University of Saskatchewan, tracy.macdonald@usask.ca
RG15-O16 — 16:45-17:00
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LANDSCAPE-LEVEL PATTERNS OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION OF FISH IN NORTH TEXAS, USA
Authors: DRENNER, Ray W.1, CHUMCHAL, Matthew M.1, WENTE, Stephen P.2, MCGUIRE, Mandy1, DRENNER, S. Matthew1
(1) Texas Christian University, r.drenner@tcu.edu; (2) Lake Hart Research;
RG15-O17 — 17:00-17:15
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WHEN DOES TOTAL AND METHYL MERCURY LOADING FAIL TO PREDICT FISH MERCURY CONTAMINATION – THE LAKE ST FRANCIS, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER EXAMPLE
Authors: LEAN, David1, TWISS, Michael2, RIDAL, Jeffrey3, MARTY, Jerome3, HICKEY, Brian3, LEVAC, Matthew4, JACOBS, Brendan4, CRITOPH, Chris4
(1) Lean Environmental, drslean@gmail.com; (2) Clarkson University, Potsdam; (3) St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences; (4) Raisin Region Conservation Authority;
RG15-O18 — 17:15-17:30
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ASSIMILATION AND DEPURATION OF DIETARY METHYLMERCURY IN FISH – IMPLICATIONS FOR SEAFOOD SAFETY
Authors: AMLUND, Heidi1, ELLINGSEN, Ståle1, LUNDEBYE, Anne-Katrine1, TORSTENSEN, Bente E.1, BERNTSSEN, Marc H.G. 1
(1) NIFES, heidi.amlund@nifes.no
Thursday, 28 July, 2011