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S9 (II) Understanding mercury - organic matter interactions

Thursday, 28 July, 2011

RS9-O9 — 15:00-15:15
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CYCLING OF TOTAL AND METHYL HG IN THE HYPOLIMNION OF A LAKE AMENDED WITH STABLE ISOTOPES: IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIC PARTITIONING IN SOLID AND AQUEOUS PHASES
Authors: HURLEY, James P.1, CHADWICK, Shawn P.2, BABIARZ, Christopher L.2, ARMSTRONG, David E.2
(1)Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, james.hurley@slh.wisc.edu; (2) University of Wisconsin-Madison, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program;
RS9-O10 — 15:15-15:30
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DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER, REGARDLESS OF ORIGIN, LIMITS ALGAL ACCUMULATION OF METHYLMERCURY
Authors: LUENGEN, Allison C.1, FISHER, Nicholas S.2, BERGAMASCHI, Brian A.3
(1) University of San Francisco, aluengen@usfca.edu; (2) Stony Brook University; (3) USGS California Water Science Center.
RS9-O11 — 15:30-15:45
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PROCESSES AFFECTING FLUX OF TOTAL MERCURY, METHYL MERCURY, AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON FROM TIDAL MANGROVES IN THE SHARK RIVER, EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA, USA.
Authors: BERGAMASCHI, Brian A1, KRABBENHOFT, David P1, AIKEN, George R1, RUMBOLD, Darren G2, LANGE, Ted 3, OREM, William H 1, PATINO, Eduardo1, KRUPP, Gene O1, PLOOS, Shane D 1
(1) USGS, bbergama@usgs.gov; (2) Florida Gulf Coast University; (3) Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ;
RS9-O12 — 15:45-16:00
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HYDROLOGICAL CONTROLS ON MERCURY CONCENTRATION-DISCHARGE DYNAMICS IN A BOREAL SHIELD CATCHMENT
Authors: OSWALD, Claire J1, BRANFIREUN, Brian A2
(1)University of Toronto, claire.oswald@utoronto.ca; (2) University of Western Ontario
RS9-O13 — 16:00-16:15
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CONTROLS ON STREAMWATER HGD AND DOC EXPORT FROM THREE MID-APPALACHIAN FORESTED HEADWATER CATCHMENTS
Authors: RISCASSI, Ami1, SCANLON, Todd1
(1) University of Virginia, alr8m@virginia.edu
RS9-O14 — 16:15-16:30
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MOBILIZATION OF MERCURY IN AN URBANIZED SYSTEM
Authors: BUSHEY, Joseph T1, MENDES, Mykel D1, ARAGON-JOSE, Alejandra T1, PERKINS, Christopher R1, ULATOWSKI, Gary 1
(1) University of Connecticut, joseph.bushey@uconn.edu
RS9-O16 — 16:45-17:00
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IMPACT OF DEFORESTATION ON TRANSFERS OF TERRIGENOUS ORGANIC MATTER AND ASSOCIATED MERCURY TO AQUATIC SYSTEMS IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON: A LIGNIN BIOMARKER APPROACH
Authors: BÉLANGER, Emilie1, LUCOTTE, Marc1, OESTREICHER, Jordan1, MOINGT, Matthieu1, DAVIDSON, Robert2, GRÉGOIRE, Benjamin1
(1) UQÀM, emilie.belan@gmail.com; (2) UQÀM, Biodôme of Montreal;
RS9-O17 — 17:00-17:15
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CORRELATION OF MERCURY METHYLATION RATES AND ORGANIC MATTER CONTENT IN SEDIMENTS OF FARMINGTON AND OGDEN BAYS, GREAT SALT LAKE, UTAH
Authors: JOHNSON, William1, RUDD, Abigail1, FERNANDEZ, Diego P.1, CARLING, Gregory T.1
(1)University of Utah, william.johnson@utah.edu
RS9-O18 — 17:15-17:30
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MODELLING DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON CONCENTRATIONS AND FLUXES IN STREAMS AND FOREST CATCHMENTS
Authors: JUTRAS, Marie-France 1, MINA, Nasr2, CLAIR, Tom C. 3, ARP, Paul A. 2
(1)Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, University of New Brunswick; (2) Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, University of New Brunswick; (3) Environment Canada;
Thursday, 28 July, 2011