ICMGP 2013 - Special Sessions

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List of Special Sessions


No Title of Special Session Lead/Chairs Lead organisation
S01. Managing Mercury's Impacts to Natural Resources Barash M US Dept of the Interior
S01.2 Novel approaches to mercury control Barash M US Dept of the Interior
S02. Reducing mercury bioaccumulation in reservoirs and other managed aquatic ecosystems Beutel M, Austin C M Washington State University
S03. Clear cutting, swidden and sustainable forestry: watershed-scale impacts on mercury dynamics Bishop K, Lucotte M, Verta M Uppsala University
S04. Mercury in the oil and gas processing industry Corns W, Kanazirev V PS Analytical
S05. Mercury contamination in rice agriculture: a growing global threat to human and wildlife health? Creswell J, Windham-Myers L, Qiu G Brooks Rand
S06. Organisms, pathways and regulations behind biological methylmercury production from the cell to the ecosystem Guyoneaud R, Elias D, Amouroux D, Gilmour C EEM-UMRS
S07. What do we know about marine methylmercury dynamics? Heimburger L-E, Lamborg C H GET-OMP
S08. Traceability of mercury measurements Horvat M, Brown R, Quetel C, Ent H Jožef Stefan Institute
S09. Mercury emissions from coal combustion: sources, regulation and control Kolker A, Senior C, Sjostrom S USGS
S10. Mercury activities in China and the lessons that can be shared Pan W-P, Chai F, Feng X, Cao Y Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences
S11. Development of a Global Mercury Observation System toward the preparation of the global mercury treaty (GMOS) 1 Pirrone N, Evers D, Staffan Åkerblom CNR, Biodiversity Research Institute
S12. Development of a Global Mercury Observation System toward the preparation of the global mercury treaty (GMOS) 2 Pirrone N, Evers D, Staffan Åkerblom CNR, Biodiversity Research Institute
S13. Development of a Global Mercury Observation System toward the preparation of the global mercury treaty (GMOS) 3 Pirrone N, Evers D, Staffan Åkerblom CNR, Biodiversity Research Institute
S14. Why do ecosystems retain mercury? The role of redox transformations in controlling mercury mobility in terrestrial and aquatic environments Poulain A, Daniel Obrist, O'Driscoll N, Canario J University of Ottawa
S15. Mercury in marine mammals and human health risk Sakamoto M, Chan HM NIMD
S16. The state of mercury science and how it informs policy - the Canadian experience Steffen A, Leech T Environment Canada, and Health Canada
S17. Defining "natural" and "anthropogenic" mercury impacts 1 Sunderland E M, Amos H M Harvard University
S18. Defining "natural" and "anthropogenic" mercury impacts 2 Sunderland E M, Amos H M Harvard University
S19. Fixing the world's biggest mercury problem: artesanal and small scale gold mining 1 Telmer K, Viega M artisinal
S20. Fixing the world's biggest mercury problem: artesanal and small scale gold mining 2 Telmer K, Viega M artisinal
S21. Human health efffects inluding ASGM exposure Paleah Black Moher  
S22. Health effects of mercury: the Seychelles Child Development Study perspective Watson G, Wijngaarden E University of Rochester
S23. Health effects of mercury: the Child Cohort Studies in the Faroe Islands Weihe P Faroese Hospital system, Faroe Islands
S24. Elemental mercury stockpile stewardship: research, export ban and novel disposal paths Hermes W ORNL
S25. UNEP Global Mercury Partnership: Efforts to Reduce Mercury Pollution from Products and Processes Philip Piper D, Narvaez D UNEP


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