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Thursday, 28 July, 2011

RG3-O1 — 15:00-15:15
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GASEOUS MERCURY AIR-SURFACE EXCHANGE MEASUREMENTS FROM NATURAL SOURCES IN AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPES
Authors: EDWARDS, Grant1, SALLI, Lyndall K1, NELSON, Peter F2
(1) Macquarie University, grant.edwards@mq.edu.au; (2) .
RG3-O2 — 15:15-15:30
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ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY EMISSION FROM CHINESE COPPER SMELTERS IN 2007
Authors: WANG, Shuxiao1, WU, Qingru1, ZHANG, Lei1, MENG, Yang1, STREETS, David2, CHIN, Conrad3
(1) Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China, shxwang@tsinghua.edu.cn; (2) Decision and Information Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439, USA; (3) Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA.
RG3-O3 — 15:30-15:45
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ONSITE MEASUREMENTS OF MERCURY EMISSIONS FROM ZINC, LEAD AND COPPER SMELTERS IN CHINA
Authors: ZHANG, Lei1, WANG, Shuxiao1, MENG, Yang1, WU, Qingru1, HAO, Jiming1
(1) School of Environment, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China, zhanglei03@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn;
RG3-O4 — 15:45-16:00
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MERCURY FLUXES RELEASE ON WATER/AIR INTERFACE FROM THE WATER-LEVEL-FLUCTUATING ZONE OF THREE GORGES RESERVOIR AREA, CHINA
Authors: ZHU, Jinshan1, MA, Ming1, SHEN, Yuanyuan1, SUN, Rongguo1, WANG, Dingyong1
(1) 1. Key Laboratory of the Three Gorges Reservoir Region’s Eco-Environment (Ministry of Education), College of Resources and Environment, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China, jszhu@163.com
RG3-O5 — 16:00-16:15
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RG3-O6 — 16:15-16:30
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MERCURY IN STACK GAS-CONTINUOUS MONITORING VS. SORBENT TRAPS.
Author: SIPERSTEIN, Joseph1
(1) Ohio Lumex Co, Inc, mail@ohiolumex.com
RG3-O7 — 16:30-16:45
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MODELING EXPOSURE TO MERCURY VAPOR FROM POLYURETHANE FLOORS IN SCHOOL GYMNASIUMS
Authors: HERBRANDSON, Carl1, SWAIN, Edward2, BUSH, Christina R.3
(1)Minnesota Department of Health, carl.herbrandson@state.mn.us; (2) Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; (3) Michigan Department of Community Health.
RG3-O8 — 16:45-17:00
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METHYLATION POTENTIAL OF MERCURY DERIVED FROM A COAL ASH SPILL: FINDS FROM THE TVA KINGSTON DISASTER
Authors: DEONARINE, Amrika1, HSU-KIM, Heileen1, RUHL, Laura1, VENGOSH, Avner1, BARTOV, Gideon2, JOHNSON, Tom2
(1) Duke University, amrika.deonarine@duke.edu; (2) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;
RG3-O9 — 17:00-17:15
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MERCURY RELEASE FROM SOILS AMENDED WITH FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION SOLIDS
Authors: BRIGGS, Christian W.1, GUSTIN, Mae S.1
(1)University of Nevada, Reno, briggsc9@gmail.com
RG3-O10 — 17:15-17:30
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MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS AND SPECIATION IN MINING AND URBAN IMPACTED RIVERS AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS TRIBUTARY TO SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CALIFORNIA
Authors: MCKEE, Lester J1, BONNEMA, Autumn2, CARTER, Annie3, DAVID, Nicole1, GILBREATH, Alicia1, GREENFIELD, Ben1, HEIM, Wesley2, HUNT, Jennifer1, STEPHENSON, Mark2, STILWATER, Tiffany3, YEE, Don1
(1) San Francisco Estuary Institute, lester@sfei.org; (2) Moss Landing Marine Laboratories; (3) Brooks Rand Laboratories;
Thursday, 28 July, 2011