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Tuesday, 26 July, 2011

TS5-O1 — 15:30-15:45
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MERCURY IN THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES REGION—INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW
Authors: WIENER, James1, EVERS, David2, WILLIAMS, Kate2
(1) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, wiener.jame@uwlax.edu; (2) BioDiversity Research Institute;
TS5-O2 — 15:45-16:00
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SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF MERCURY ACCUMULATION IN SEDIMENT RECORDS FROM ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES REGION
Authors: DREVNICK, Paul E1, ENGSTROM, Daniel R2, DRISCOLL, Charles T3, BALOGH, Steven J4, KAMMAN, Neil C5, LONG, David T6, MUIR, Derek GC7, PARSONS, Matthew J6, ROLFHUS, Kristofer R8, ROSSMANN, Ronald9, SWAIN, Edward B10
(1) Université du Québec, paul.drevnick@ete.inrs.ca; (2) Science Museum of Minnesota; (3) Syracuse University; (4) Metropolitan Council Environmental Services; (5) Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation; (6) Michigan State University; (7) Environment Canada; (8) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse; (9) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; (10) Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
TS5-O3 — 16:00-16:15
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WET AND DRY DEPOSITION OF MERCURY IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION: SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS, ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATES, AND CANOPY INTERACTIONS
Authors: BLANCHARD, Pierrette1, ZHANG, Leiming1, BACKUS, Sean M.1, DAVID, Gay A.2, RISCH, Marty R.3, HOLSEN, Thomas M.4, MARSIK, Frank J.5, ST. LOUIS, Vincent L.6
(1) Environment Canada, pierrette.blanchard@ec.gc.ca; (2) University of Illinois; (3) United States Geological Survey; (4) Clarkson University; (5) University of Michigan; (6) University of Alberta.
TS5-O4 — 16:15-16:30
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A SYNTHESIS OF RATES AND CONTROLS ON ELEMENTAL MERCURY EVASION IN THE GREAT LAKES BASIN
Authors: DENKENBERGER, Joseph S. 1, DRISCOLL, Charles T.1, BRANFIREUN, Brian2, ECKLEY, Chris S.3, SELVENDIRAN, Pranesh4
(1) Syracuse University, jsdenken@syr.edu; (2) University of Western Ontario; (3) Environment Canada; (4) LimnoTech.
TS5-O5 — 16:30-16:45
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AN ANALYSIS OF LAKE ONTARIO’S MERCURY BUDGET: IS IT BALANCED?
Authors: DENKENBERGER, Joseph S.1, DRISCOLL, Charles T.1, BRANFIREUN, Brian2
(1) Syracuse University, jsdenken@syr.edu; (2) University of Western Ontario.
TS5-O6 — 16:45-17:00
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MERCURY IN FISH FROM THE GREAT LAKES REGION: SPATIOTEMPORAL TRENDS AND ECOLOGICAL RISK
Authors: MONSON, Bruce A.1, BHAVSAR, Satyendra P.2, SANDHEINRICH, Mark B. 3, WIENER, James G. 3
(1) Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, bruce.monson@state.mn.us; (2) Ontario Ministry of the Environment; (3) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, River Studies Center;
TS5-O7 — 17:00-17:15
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MERCURY IN PISCIVOROUS WILDLIFE FROM THE GREAT LAKES REGION: SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS, EXPOSURE, AND ADVERSE EFFECTS
Authors: BASU, Niladri1, BOWERMAN, William2, EVERS, David3, MARTIN, Pamela4, MEYER, Michael5, SCHEUHAMMER, Tony4, STROM, Sean5
(1) University of Michigan, niladri@umich.edu; (2) Clemson University; (3) Biodiversity Research Institute; (4) Environment Canada; (5);
TS5-O8 — 17:15-17:30
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MERCURY POLICY IN THE GREAT LAKES BASIN: PAST SUCCESSES AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
Authors: TAYLOR MORGAN, Joy K.1, CAIN, Alexis2, BROOKS, Ned3
(1)MDEQ, taylorj1@michigan.gov; (2) U.S. EPA; (3) MPCA.
Tuesday, 26 July, 2011