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Wednesday, 27 July, 2011

WS1-O1 — 8:30-8:45
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NEW APPROACHES FOR UNDERSTANDING ATMOSPHERIC HG
Authors: JAFFE, Dan1, GUSTIN, Mae2
(1)University of Washington, djaffe@uw.edu; (2) University of Nevada-Reno.
WS1-O2 — 8:45-9:00
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FIRST AIRCRAFT MEASUREMENTS OF OXIDIZED AND TOTAL MERCURY OVER NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE
Authors: LYMAN, Seth1, JAFFE, Daniel1
(1) University of Washington Bothell, slyman@uw.edu
WS1-O3 — 9:00-9:15
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NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM / MERCURY DEPOSITION NETWORK QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR EVALUATION OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS
Authors: WETHERBEE, Gregory A.1, RHODES, Mark F.2
(1) U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Quality Systems, wetherbe@usgs.gov; (2) Univ. Illinois, IL State Water Survey, NADP Program Office.
WS1-O4 — 9:15-9:30
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FIRST MEASUREMENTS OF REACTIVE HALOGEN SPECIES AS OXIDANTS OF MERCURY OVER THE GULF OF MEXICO
Authors: COBURN, Sean1, DIX, Barbara K.2, SINREICH, Roman2, TERSCHURE, Arnout F.3, EDGERTON, Eric S.4, VOLKAMER, Rainer2
(1) University of Colorade, sean.coburn@colorado.edu; (2) University of Colorado; (3) EPRI; (4) ARA Inc.;
WS1-O5 — 9:30-9:45
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ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY CONCENTRATION MEASUREMENTS USING CAVITY RING-DOWN SPECTROSCOPY
Authors: PIERCE, Ashley1, FAIN, Xavier2, OBRIST, Daniel1, MOOSMULLER, Hans1
(1) Desert Research Institute, ashley.pierce@dri.edu; (2) ;
WS1-O6 — 9:45-10:00
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DEVELOPMENT OF A STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY SPECIES MEASURED AT BACKGROUND SITES
Authors: TEMME, Christian1, EBINGHAUS, Ralf2, BIEBER, Elke3, KOCK, Hans2
(1)Eurofins GfA GmbH, christiantemme@eurofins.de; (2) Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; (3) Federal German Environmental Agency;
WS1-O7 — 10:00-10:15
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AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ASSES ELEVATED MERCURY WET DEPOSITION AND CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES
Authors: TER SCHURE, arnout1, CAFFREY, Jane2, GUSTIN, Mae3, HOLMES, Chris4, HYNES, Anthony5, LANDING, Bill6, LANDIS, Matthew7, LAUDEL, Dennis8, LEVIN, Leonard1, NAIR, Udaysankar9, JANSEN, John10, RYAN, Jeff7, WALTERS, Justin11, SCHAUER, James12, VOLKAMER, Rainer13, WATERS, Dwain14, WEISS, Peter15
(1)EPRI, aterschu@epri.com; (2) University of West Florida; (3) University of Nevada, Reno; (4) University of California, Irvine; (5) RSMAS/MAC, University of Miami; (6) Florida State University; (7) United States Environmental Protection Agency; (8) Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) University of North Dakota ; (9) University of Huntsville Alabama; (10) Southern Company Services, Inc.; (11) Southern Company Service, Inc.; (12) University of Wisconsin, Madison; (13) University of Colorado, Boulder; (14) Gulf Power; (15) University of California, Santa Cruz.
WS1-O8 — 10:15-10:30
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CONSTRAINING REACTIVE GASEOUS MERCURY TRANSFORMATION AND FATE OVER THE U.S.: COMBINING MODEL AND MEASUREMENTS
Author: SELIN, Noelle1
(1) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, selin@mit.edu
Wednesday, 27 July, 2011