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Terrestrial Ecosystem Science/Subsurface Biogeochemical Research (TES/SBR) Joint Investigators Meeting

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Mercury Methylation: Microbial Species and Communities Involved in Hg Transformations. Elias, D.A., R.A. Hurt, A.C. Somenahally, R. Bridou, S.D. Smith, M. Podar, S.D. Brown, C.C. Brandt, A.V. Palumbo, J.D. Wall, and C.C. Gilmour.

Microbial Cell Surface Interactions and Biogeochemical Controls on Mercury (Hg) Redox Transformation and Methylation. Gu, B., H. Lin, H. Hu, B. Rao, B. Mann, W. Zheng, Y. Qian, and L. Liang.

Factors Influencing Sediment Methylmercury Concentrations in a Mercury Contaminated Creek. Miller, C., S. Brooks, A. Riscassi, D. Kocman, and X. Yin.

The Genetic Basis of Bacterial Mercury Methylation. Parks, J.M., A. Johs, M. Podar, R. Bridou, R.A. Hurt, S.D. Smith, S.J. Tomanicek, Y. Qian, S.D. Brown, C.C. Brandt, A.V. Palumbo, J.C. Smith, J.D. Wall, D.A. Elias, and L. Liang.

The Biomolecular and Genetic Basis of Mercury Methylation. Parks, J.M., A. Johs, M. Podar, R. Bridou, R.A. Hurt, S.D. Smith, S.J. Tomanicek, Y. Qian, S.D. Brown, C.C. Brandt, A.V. Palumbo, J.C. Smith, J.D. Wall, D.A. Elias, and L. Liang.

Profiling Mercury Binding Functional Groups in Natural Organic Matter and Methylating Bacteria. Rao, B., B. Mann, H. Lin, L. Liang, and B. Gu.

Storm Dynamics of Hg and MeHg in East Fork Poplar Creek: What Can it Tell Us About Transport and Source Areas of Hg and MeHg Within the Catchment? Riscassi, A., S. Brooks, C. Miller, and X. Yin.

Origin of Strong Affinity of Mercury for Soft Ligands and Mechanism of the Mercuric Ion Reductase MerA. Smith, J.C., B. Gu, H-B. Guo, H. Guo, P. Lian, L. Liang, S.M. Miller, J.M. Parks, D.M. Riccardi, A.O. Summers, and Q. Xu.