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S11 (I) Ecotoxicology of mercury

Monday, 25 July, 2011

MS11-O1 — 8:30-8:45
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ADVERSE EFFECT LEVELS FOR EXPERIMENTAL DOSES OF MERCURY IN BIRDS
Authors: CRISTOL, Daniel A.1, EVERS, David C.2
(1) College of William & Mary, dacris@wm.edu; (2) BioDiversity Research Institute.
MS11-O2 — 8:45-9:00
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ADVERSE EFFECT LEVELS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DOSES OF MERCURY IN WILD BIRDS
Authors: EVERS, David1, CRISTOL, Daniel2
(1) BioDiversity Research Institute, david.evers@briloon.org; (2) College of William and Mary.
MS11-O3 — 9:00-9:15
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EFFECTS OF METHYLMERCURY ON DEVELOPING SEABIRD EMBRYOS
Authors: BURGESS, Neil1, BRAUNE, Birgit1
(1) Environment Canada, neil.burgess@ec.gc.ca
MS11-O4 — 9:15-9:30
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A CAPTIVE DOSING STUDY TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF MERCURY ON STRESS, THYROID FUNCTION, AND REPRODUCTION
Authors: LEMELIN, Sarah1, CRISTOL, Daniel1, BRADLEY, Eric 1, RAMOS, Claire1
(1) The College of William and Mary, sarah.lemelin@gmail.com
MS11-O5 — 9:30-9:45
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MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION AND EFFECTS ON AVIAN REPRODUCTION
Authors: ACKERMAN, Josh1, EAGLES-SMITH, Collin A1
(1)US Geological Survey, jackerman@usgs.gov
MS11-O6 — 9:45-10:00
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FACTORS CONTROLLING MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN PISCIVOROUS WATERBIRDS: THE IMPORTANCE OF FORAGING HABITAT AND TIMING OF EXPOSURE
Authors: EAGLES-SMITH, Collin1, ACKERMAN, Josh1
(1) US Geological Survey, ceagles-smith@usgs.gov
MS11-O7 — 10:00-10:15
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APPLICATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF NEUROCHEMICAL BIOMARKERS TO ASSESS MERCURY RISKS IN WILD BIRDS
Author: RUTKIEWICZ, Jennifer1
(1) University of Michigan, rutkiewj@umich.edu
MS11-O8 — 10:15-10:30
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ECOLOGICAL RISK OF METHYLMERCURY TO PISCIVOROUS FISH POPULATIONS OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION
Authors: SANDHEINRICH, Mark1, BHAVSAR, Satyendra2, BODALY, Drew3, DREVNICK, Paul4, PAUL, Eric5
(1) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, sandhein.mark@uwlax.edu; (2) Ontario Ministry of Energy and Environment; (3) Penobscot River Mercury Study; (4) Université du Québec; (5) New York Department of Environmental Conservation.
Monday, 25 July, 2011