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ICMGP 2022 - Conference Presentations

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First Name Last Name Company Name Abstract Title Session Day & Session Start Time
ErikBjörnUmeå UniversityAbundance and Expression of hgc Genes and Hg Speciation Drive Methylmercury Formation in Stratified Brackish WatersMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
DavidAmptmeijerHelmholtz Zentrum HereonImportance of bioaccumulation in marine mercury cyclingMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
BaixinChiKyushu UniversityNumerical Modelling of Trace Mercury Dynamics in Minamata Bay Based on In-situ MeasurementMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
GinevraRosatiNational Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics - OGSAssessing the Spatial-temporal Variability of MeHg Biogeochemistry and Bioaccumulation in the Mediterranean Sea with a Coupled 3D ModelMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
AlinaKleindienstUniversity of PauMercury (Hg) Species Transformation Dynamics in Surface Waters of Two Contrasting European Coastal SeasMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
JohannesWestDepartment of Environmental Science, Stockholm UniversityPhotodemethylation of Dimethylmercury in Natural WatersMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Two10:00 UTC
EmilySeelenUniversity of Southern CaliforniaDissolved Organic Matter Thiol Concentrations Determine Methylmercury Bioavailability Across the Terrestrial-Marine Aquatic ContinuumMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
PatriciaMyerUniversity of ConnecticutInfluence of Temperature, Salinity, and DOC on Methylmercury Uptake into a Heterotrophic Marine DinoflagellateMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
WesleyHuffmanUniversity of ConnecticutSpatial and Temporal Patterns in Copepod Methylmercury Bioaccumulation in Long Island SoundMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
XinyunCuiUniversity of California, Santa CruzExploring the Role of the Upwelling on Particulate Mercury Dynamics in the California Current EcosystemMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
HannahAdamsScripps Institution of OceanographyMercury Speciation in the Southern California Current EcosystemMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
JingjingYuanInstitute of Surface-Earth System Science, School of Earth System Science, Tianjin University, Tianjin, ChinaUsing Mercury Isotopes to Trace Methylmercury Sources of Deep-sea Fauna Living in Extreme EcosystemsMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Three12:00 UTC
MichaelBankInstitute of Marine Research, Bergen, NorwayUsing mercury stable isotope composition to estimate sources in Norwegian fjord ecosystemsMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC
CynthiaGilmourSmithsonian Environmental Res Ctr.Methylmercury biogeochemistry in a tidal Phragmites Marsh: Impact of tides, plant roots, and marsh elevationMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC
BuyunDuUniversity of Massachusetts, LowellInvestigating Mercury in Soils of a Rural Salt Marsh in Massachusetts, USA: spatial and temporal patterns, speciation, source origins, and mobilityMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC
TingWangUniversity of Massachusetts, LowellAbove- and Belowground Plant Mercury Dynamics in a Salt Marsh Estuary in Massachusetts, USAMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC
MichaelRadiconei2 air fluid innovation, incReducing Environmental Toxic Mercury Expression with Transformative Microbes and Oxygen Transfer Nano BubblesMercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC
NataliaTorres-RodriguezMediterranean Institute of Oceanography at the Aix-Marseille-University.Hydrothermal vents, are they the most important natural source of mercury to the Ocean? A study from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Mercury in Marine EcosystemsThursday 28th July - Session Four15:00 UTC

ICMGP 2022 – On-Demand / Poster Presentations


First Name Last Name Company Name Abstract Title Session
YuyaTadaNational Institute for Minamata DiseaseMethylmercury partitioning in marine phytoplankton and their response to increasing water temperatureMercury in Marine Ecosystems
ChenghaoYuZhejiang University of TechnologySpatial-temporal characteristics of mercury and methylmercury in marine sediment under the combined influences of river input and coastal currentsMercury in Marine Ecosystems
JožeKotnikJožef Stefan InstituteDissolved gaseous mercury (DGM) in the Gulf of Trieste, northern Adriatic SeaMercury in Marine Ecosystems
LuisaMalbertiG‚osciences Environnement Toulouse, CNRS/IRD/Universit‚ Paul Sabatier Toulouse IIICarbon and Mercury Stable Isotope Fractionation During Aqueous Monomethyl Mercury PhotoreductionMercury in Marine Ecosystems
RobertMasonUniversity of ConnecticutAn Examination of the Factors Influencing the Bioaccumulation of Methylmercury at the Base of the Estuarine Food WebMercury in Marine Ecosystems
ShaoyiWangThe Chinese University of Hong KongExamining Spatial and Vertical Variations of Total and Methyl Mercury in Sediments at a Subtropical Mangrove EcosystemMercury in Marine Ecosystems
JohannesWestDepartment of Environmental Science, Stockholm UniversityDimethylmercury in Natural Waters: Experimental and Analytical ConsiderationsMercury in Marine Ecosystems
CarlLamborgUniversity of California, Santa CruzNITROGEN STIMULATION OF MERCURY METHYLATION IN AN ESTUARINE LAGOONMercury in Marine Ecosystems
AgnieszkaJędruchInstitute of Oceanography of the University of Gdansk; Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of SciencesMercury and Its Fractions in the Basin, Lagoons and Catchment of the Southern Baltic SeaMercury in Marine Ecosystems
AgnieszkaJędruchInstitute of Oceanography of the University of Gdansk; Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of SciencesMercury in the Ecosystem of the Southern Baltic Sea: Effects of Decreased Atmospheric Deposition and Changing EnvironmentMercury in Marine Ecosystems
S¡lviaPiresCESAM - Centro de Estudos do Ambiente e do Mar, Departamento de Biologia, Universidade de Aveiro, PortugalRuditapes sp. as bioindicators of mercury presence in Portuguese coastal lagoonsMercury in Marine Ecosystems


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