SS5.01 Metal Cycling in Coastal Wetlands

Session Organizer(s):
Gabriel, Filippelli
Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis
gfilippe@iupui.edu

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 317 B

10:30 AM
Lin, S ; Wang, K SEDIMENT FOCUSING AND SOURCES OF SEVERE HEAVY METAL POLLUTION IN THE COASTAL AREA, TAIWAN

10:45 AM
Flegal, A R ; Scelfo, G M ; Hibdon, S A ; Conaway, C H ; Ndung'u, K METAL CYCLES IN SAN FRANCISCO BAY: SOURCES, SINKS AND SPECIATION ON DIURNAL, SEASONAL, ANNUAL AND DECADAL SCALES

11:15 AM
Choe, K ; Gill, G A ; Lehman, R D ; Han, S ; Coale, K H ; Heim, W A SEDIMENT-WATER EXCHANGE OF TOTAL MERCURY AND MONOMETHYL MERCURY IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY-DELTA

11:30 AM
Lamborg, C H ; Hammerschmidt, C R ; Balcom, P H ; Fitzgerald, W H ORGANIC CONTROLS ON THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF MERCURY IN LONG ISLAND SOUND

11:45 AM
Shade, C W ; Hudson, R J ; Hintelmann, H MERCURY METHYLATION ALONG A GRADIENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION NEAR GARY, INDIANA

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

11:45 AM
Filippelli, G M ; Souch, C J ; Dollar, N L ; Mastalerz, M METAL MOBILITY AND BIOAVAILABILITY IN WETLAND SEDIMENTS FROM THE INDUSTRIALIZED SOUTHERN SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN, USA

11:45 AM
Strasser, C A ; Mills, S W ; Mullineaux, L S ; Thorrold, S R TRACE ELEMENT COMPOSITION OF LARVAL BIVALVE SHELLS REFLECTS NATAL ENVIRONMENT

11:45 AM
Chen, C Y ; Dionne, M ; MacKenzie, R A ; Bilgili, A TROPHIC TRANSFER OF METALS IN INTERTIDAL FOOD WEBS OF THE GULF OF MAINE.

11:45 AM
Jiann, K T ; Wen, L S REDOX CONTROL ON SPECIATION AND REMOVAL OF TRACE METALS IN A PARTLY ANOXIC ESTUARY

11:45 AM
Lee, B ; Yu, X ; Jung, S ; Choi, K ; Ngo, T CHRONIC PHYSIOLOGICAL AND REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS OF WATERBORNE AG TO THE CLAM RUDITAPES PHILIPPINARUM

11:45 AM
Lee, B ; Lee, J ; Jung, S RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLEARANCE AND UPTAKE RATES OF CD, SE AND ZN IN THE BIVALVES, M. CALIFORNIANUS, P. AMURENSIS, M. BALTHICA AND C. FLUMINEA

 
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