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S14 Mercury fate in marine ecosystems: From sources to consumers

Tuesday, 26 July, 2011

TS14-P1 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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LIFE HISTORY EFFECTS ON MERCURY BURDEN IN EURYHALINE FISH
Author: ANDERSON, M. Robin1
(1) Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, m.robin.anderson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
TS14-P2 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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BENTHIC METHYLMERCURY FLUXES ON THE CONTINENTAL SHELF AND SLOPE OF THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC OCEAN
Authors: BOWMAN, Katlin L.1, NALLURI, Deepthi1, FITZGERALD, William F.2, HAMMERSCHMIDT, Chad R.1
(1) Wright State University, bowman.49@wright.edu; (2) University of Connecticut;
TS14-P3 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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METHYLMERCURY IN PLANKTON ON THE CONTINENTAL MARGIN OF THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC OCEAN
Authors: WELLER, Robbie1, FINIGUERRA, Michael2, FITZGERALD, William F.2, HAMMERSCHMIDT, Chad R.1
(1) Wright State University, weller.20@wright.edu; (2) University of Connecticut;
TS14-P4 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY IN A CALIFORNIA ESTUARY (TOMALES BAY) WITH ONE RECENT (1960’S) MINE SOURCE THAT WAS REMEDIATED (2000)
Authors: AUSTIN, Carrie1, RIDOLFI, Kat2, MELWANI, Aroon3, GRENIER , J. Letitia3
(1) CalEPA, SF Bay Water Board, caustin@waterboards.ca.gov; (2) Formerly SFEI, Now LimnoTech; (3) San Francisco Estuary Institute (SFEI);
TS14-P5 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY CYCLING, BIOACCUMULATION, AND OPTIONS TO REDUCE RISK IN THE GULF OF MEXICO
Authors: HARRIS, Reed C.1, POLLMAN, Curtis D.2, LANDING, William M.3, AXELRAD, Donald M.4, MOREY, Steven3, EVANS, David W.5, HUTCHINSON, David H.1, DUKHOVSKOY, Dmitry3, ADAMS, Douglas H.6, RUMBOLD, Darren7, SUNDERLAND, Elsie M.8
(1)Reed Harris Environmental Ltd., reed@reed-harris.com; (2) Aqua Lux Lucis Inc.; (3) Florida State University; (4) Florida Department of Environmental Protection; (5) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; (6) Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; (7) Florida Gulf Coast University; (8) Harvard University.
TS14-P6 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN THE TROPICS AND THE GULF OF MEXICO
Authors: LANDING, William1, HOLMES, Christopher D.2
(1) Florida State University, Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, wlanding@fsu.edu; (2) UC Irvine, Atmospheric Chemistry, Earth System Science.
TS14-P7 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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TOTAL MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY IN MOBILE BAY,A GULF OF MEXICO ESTUARY
Authors: EVANS, David1, ROCHELLE, Colleen2, CERINO, David3
(1)NOAA, david.w.evans@noaa.gov; (2) East Carolina University; (3) Pitt Community College.
TS14-P8 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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TOTAL MERCURY IN A WIDELY CONSUMED FISH FROM TWO BRAZILIAN BAYS - 19 YEARS LATER
Author: SEIXAS, Tercia G1
(1) PUC-Rio, terciaguedes@gmail.com
TS14-P9 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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METHYLMERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN A TROPICAL FOOD WEB USING STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS
Author: KEHRIG, Helena A.1
(1) IBCCF-UFRJ, kehrig@biof.ufrj.br
TS14-P10 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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USE OF MULTIPLE TOOLS TO ASSESS THE FEEDING PREFERENCE OF COASTAL DOLPHINS
Author: KEHRIG, Helena A1
(1) IBCCF - UFRJ, kehrig@biof.ufrj.br
TS14-P11 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON METHYLMERCURY PRODUCTION AND BIOAVAILABILITY IN COASTAL WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS
Authors: EVERS, David1, BUCK, David 1, CHEN, Celia2, DRISCOLL, Charley 3, FRANKLIN, Julie1, GILMOUR, Cindy4, HAMMERSCHMIDT, Chad5, SUNDERLAND, Elsie6
(1) BioDiversity Research Institute, david.evers@briloon.org; (2) Dartmouth College; (3) Syracuse University; (4) Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; (5) Wright State University; (6) Harvard University.
TS14-P12 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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ARE WE CHANGING MERCURY CYCLING PATTERNS IN TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS?
Authors: COSTA, Monica F1, BARROCAS, Paulo R2, BARLETTA, Mario1, KEHRIG, Helena A3, MALM, Olaf4, HACON, Sandra5, MOREIRA, Josino C6, VASCONCELLOS, Ana C2, LANDING, William7, EVERS, David8, BUCKS, David8
(1) Departamento de Oceanografia. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, mfc@ufpe.br; (2) Departamento de saneamento e Saude ambiental. Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública. Fundação Oswaldo Cruz; (3) Laboratório de Radioisótopos Eduardo Penna Franca. IBFCCF, CCS, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; (4) Laboratório de Radioisótopos Eduardo Penna Franca. IBFCCF, CCS. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; (5) Departamento de Endemias. Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública. Fundação Oswaldo Cruz; (6) CESTEH. Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública. Fundação Oswaldo Cruz; (7) Oceanography Department, Florida State University; (8) BioDiversity Institute;
TS14-P13 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY, LEAD, ARSENIC AND CADMIUM IN FRESH AND FROZEN FARMED SHRIMP AND POND WATER FROM THREE SHRIMP FARMS
Authors: BOTARO, Daniele1, MALM, Olaf1, TORRES, Joao Paulo1
(1) UFRJ, danibot13@gmail.com
TS14-P14 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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INVESTIGATIONS OF METHYLMERCURY PHOTODECOMPOSITION IN SEAWATER
Authors: DIMENTO, Brian P.1, MASON, Robert P.1
(1) University of Connecticut, brian.dimento@uconn.edu
TS14-P15 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF MERCURY IN LONG ISLAND SOUND (USA)
Authors: TRAORE SCHARTUP, Amina1, BALCOM, Prentiss H.1, MASON, Robert P.2
(1) University of Connecticut, amina.traore@uconn.edu; (2) NSF.
TS14-P16 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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METHYLMERCURY AND INORGANIC MERCURY IN WATER AND MICROPLANKTON FROM A BRAZILIAN ESTUARY
Author: KEHRIG, Helena A.1
(1) IBCCF-UFRJ, kehrig@biof.ufrj.br
TS14-P17 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING IN THE OCEAN AND ITS POLICY IMPLICATIONS
Authors: MASON, Robert P1, CHOI, Anna2, FITZGERALD, William F1, HAMMERSCHMIDT, Chad 3, LAMBORG, Carl4, SUNDERLAND, Elsie M2
(1) University of Connecticut, robert.mason@uconn.edu; (2) Harvard School of Public Health; (3) Wright State University; (4) Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute;
TS14-P18 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION AND TROPHIC TRANSFER IN ESTUARINE FOOD WEBS IN THE NORTHEASTERN US
Authors: BUGGE, Deenie 1, WARD, Darren2, WILLIAMS, Jason3, MASON, Robert 4, CHEN, Celia1
(1) Dartmouth College, Deenie.bugge@dartmouth.edu; (2) Humboldt State University; (3) TerraGraphics Environmental Engineering; (4) University of Connecticut;
TS14-P19 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY IN ARCTIC MARINE ECOSYSTEMS: SOURCES, PATHWAYS, EXPOSURE AND POLICY
Authors: LEHNHERR, Igor1, KIRK, Jane L.2, ANDERSSON, Maria3, BRAUNE, Birgit M.2, CHAN, Laurie4, LOSETO, Lisa L.5, STEFFEN, Alexandra6, ST. LOUIS, Vincent L.1
(1) University of Alberta, lehnherr@ualberta.ca; (2) Environment Canada; (3) Gothenburg University; (4) University of Northern British Columbia; (5) Fisheries and Oceans Canada; (6) Enivronment Canada;
TS14-P20 — 11:00-12:00 and 17:30-18:30
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MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION AND FOOD WEB DYNAMICS IN MARINE FISHES OF THE GULF OF HONDURAS, BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA
Authors: BUCK, David G1, GRAHAM, Rachel T2, DIVOLL, Tim1, EVERS, David C1
(1) BioDiversity Research Institute, david.buck@briloon.org; (2) Wildlife Conservation Society;
Tuesday, 26 July, 2011