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9th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant

Abstracts

A Comprehensive Study of the Biogeochemical and Molecular Mechanisms on Mercury Transformation at a Contaminated Site in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. Liang, L., S.C. Brooks, W. Dong, B. Gu, A. Johs, C.L. Miller, A.V. Palumbo, J.C. Smith, and G.R. Southworth.

Kinetic Controls on the Interaction of Mercury with Dissolved Organic Matter. Miller, C.L., B. Gu, S.C. Brooks, G.R. Southworth, and L. Liang.

Mercury Bioaccumulation Remains Unresponsive to Point-source Mercury Remediation: Investigating Factors and Potential New Approaches to the Problem. Peterson, M.J., G.R. Southworth, L. Liang, and S.C. Brooks.

Posters

Flow Reduction to Reduce Mercury Flux from Contaminated Sediments to Surface Water. Southworth, G., S. Brooks, M.A. Bogle, M. Peterson, C. Miller, and L. Liang.

Presentations

A Comprehensive Study of the Biogeochemical and Molecular Mechanisms on Mercury Transformation at a Contaminated Site in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. Gu, B., L. Liang, C. Brandt, S. Brooks, S. Brown, W. Dong, B. Gu, H. Guo, A. Johs, C. Miller, T. Palumbo, J. Parks, J. Smith, and G. Southworth.

Kinetic Controls on the Interaction of Mercury with Dissolved Organic Matter. Miller, C., B. Gu, S. Brooks, G. Southworth, and L. Liang.