TP-104

SEDIMENT – WATER EXCHANGE OF TOTAL MERCURY AND MONOMETHYLMERCURY IN A MERCURY CONTAMINATED MANAGED FLOOD CONVEYANCE SYSTEM

Authors: HEIM, Wesley 1 ; STEPHENSON, Mark 1 ; GILL, Gary 2 ; COALE, Kenneth 1 ; HARRIS, Reed 3 ; DIGIORGIO, Carol 4 ;
(1) Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing/Ca, United States; (2) Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland/Wa, United States; (3) Reed Harris Environmental Ltd., Oakville/ON, Canada; (4) California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento/Ca, United States

TP-105

PREDICTING RESPONSES IN PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL COMPARTMENTS TO REDUCTIONS IN MERCURY LOADING FROM RIVER BANKS

Authors: FLANDERS, JR 1 ; BALDWIN, Douglas 1 ; GREEN, John 2 ; GROSSO, Nancy 3 ;
(1) AECOM, Conshohocken, PA, USA; (2) DuPont Applied Statistics, Wilmington, DE, USA; (3) DuPont CRG, Wilmington, DE, USA

TP-106

Mercury Recovery for Hg Waste by Thermal Process

Authors: BACK, Seung-Ki 1 ; LEE, Eun-Song 1 ; SUNG, Jin-Ho 1 ; MOJAMMAL, A 1 ; ROY, Debananda 1 ; LEE, Seon-Jea 2 ; PARK, Yong-Joon 2 ; SEO, Yong-Chil 1 ;
(1) Yonsei University, Wonju, Republic of Korea; (2) Eco Recycling, Incheon, Republic of Korea

TP-107

STUDIES TO EVALUATE CONTROLS ON MERCURY BIOAVAILABILITY AND USE OF IN-SITU AMENDMENTS IN TIDAL MARSHES OF BERRY’S CREEK, NEW JERSEY

Authors: BROWN, Steven 1 ; HENRY, Elizabeth 2 ; KANE-DRISCOLL, Susan 3 ; GILMOUR, Cynthia 4 ; GHOSH, Upal 5 ; FARRAR, Daniel 6 ;
(1) The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI, USA; (2) Anchor QEA, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA; (3) Exponent Inc., Maynard, MA, USA; (4) Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, MD, USA; (5) University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, USA; (6) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environment Research & Development Center, Vicksburg, MS, USA

TP-110

MERCURY DISTRIBUTION IN THE HYEONGSAN RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES NEAR AN INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX IN POHANG

Authors: PARK, Yeongeon 1 ; KIM, Eunhee 2 ; NAM, Goun 1 ; HONG, Yongseok 1 ;
(1) Daegu University, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongsanbuk-do, South Korea; (2) Citizens’ Institute for Environmental Studies, Seoul, South Korea

TP-111

CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE MERCURY CONTROL PROGRAM FOR RESERVOIRS

Authors: AUSTIN, Carrie 1 ; MORRIS, Patrick 2 ; SMITHERMAN, Lauren 2 ;
(1) Cal/EPA, SF Bay Water Board, Oakland, CA, USA; (2) Cal/EPA, Central Valley Water Board, Rancho Cordova, CA, USA

TP-112

A FIELD TEST OF IN-SITU AMENDMENTS AS POTENTIAL REMEDIATION TOOLS FOR METHYLMERCURY IN PENOBSCOT RIVER, ME, SALT MARSHES

Authors: GILMOUR, Cynthia 1 ; BELL, James 1 ; SOREN, Ally 1 ; KOPEC, Dianne 2 ; RUDD, John 3 ; KELLY, Carol 3 ; BODALY, R . 4 ; GHOSH, Upal 5 ;
(1) Smithsonian Environmental Res Ctr., Edgewater, United States; (2) U. Maine, Old Town, ME, United States; (3) R&K Research, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada; (4) PRMS, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada; (5) University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, United States

TP-113

PATTERNS OF MERCURY RELEASE FROM PROFUNDAL SEDIMENT OF CALIFORNIA RESERVOIRS UNDER OXIC AND ANOXIC CONDITIONS

Authors: FUHRMANN, Byran 1 ; BEUTEL, Marc 1 ;
(1) University of California, Merced, United States

TP-114

HEAVY METALS GOT YOU DOWN? TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR MERCURY AND METHYL MERCURY

Authors: DUGAN, Pamela 1 ;
(1) Carus Corporation, LaSallle/IL, USA

TP-115

INVESTIGATING THE ROLES OF COMPETING SULFIDE AND ORGANIC LIGANDS IN ULTRAVIOLET ACTIVATED MERCURY REMOVAL FROM WASTEWATER

Authors: HAGAN-ROGERS, Ana 1 ; MAZYCK, David 1 ;
(1) University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA

TP-116

IMPACT OF HISTORIC LEAD ZINC MINING ON MERCURY ACCUMULATION IN FISH IN COOKS POND, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA

Authors: HARNISCH, Emma 1 ; NEWTON, Robert 1 ; ANDERSON, Marc 1 ; MERRITT, Robert 1 ;
(1) Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA

TP-117

A MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR INORGANIC AND METHYLMERCURY TRANSPORT AND CYCLING IN THE YOLO BYPASS, CALIFORNIA - A MERCURY CONTAMINATED FLOODPLAIN

Authors: HARRIS, Reed 1 ; AMOS, Helen 1 ; HUTCHINSON, David 1 ; BEALS, Cody 1 ; BEALS, Don 2 ; DIGIORGIO, Carol 3 ; BOSWORTH, David 3 ; SANDHU, Prabhjot 3 ; STEPHENSON, Mark 4 ; HEIM, Wesley 4 ; SCHOELLHAMER, David 5 ; WORK, Paul 5 ; GILL, Gary 6 ; BAHIA, Maninder 3 ; FRANCESCA, Nurmi 3 ; JONES, Rusty 7 ;
(1) Reed Harris Environmental Ltd., Oakville, ON, Canada; (2) Beals & Associates, Fergus, ON, Canada; (3) California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA, United States; (4) Moss Landing Marine Labs, Moss Landing, CA, United States; (5) U.S. Geological Survey, Sacramento, CA, United States; (6) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Sequim, WA, United States; (7) HDR Inc., Des Moines, IA, United States

TP-118

EVALUATION OF INORGANIC AND CARBON-BASED MATERIALS FOR MERCURY STABILIZATION WHEN CO-BLENDED WITH CONTAMINATED RIVER SEDIMENT: A COLUMN STUDY

Authors: FELLIN, Sara 1 ; PTACEK, Carol 1 ; GOULD, Douglas 1 ; LIU, Peng 1 ; PAULSON, Krista 1 ; BLOWES, David 1 ; LANDIS, Richard 2 ;
(1) University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; (2) Formerly at E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, DE, United States

TP-119

MERCURY PARTITIONING TO CLAY SIZE FRACTIONS FROM A CONTAMINATED FLOODPLAIN SOIL

Authors: JACKSON, Brian 1 ; RENOCK, Devon 1 ; HOWLEY, Jennifer 1 ;
(1) Dartmouth College, Hanover/NH, USA

TP-120

LABORATORY METHODS FOR ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF ACTIVATED CARBON-BASED AMENDMENTS ON THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF MERCURY AND METHYL MERCURY TO AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES

Authors: KANE DRISCOLL, SUSAN 1 ; KONRAD, Kulacki 1 ; GILMOUR, Cynthia 2 ; FARRAR, Daniel 3 ; LOTUFO, Guilherme 3 ; BROWN, Steven 4 ;
(1) Exponent Inc., Maynard, MA, USA; (2) Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, MD, USA; (3) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS, USA; (4) Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI, USA

TP-122

LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF MERCURY TOWARDS FRESHWATER BIOFILMS

Authors: LE FAUCHEUR, Severine 1 ; DRANGUET, Perrine 1 ; FREIBURGHAUS, Aline 1 ; SLAVEYKOVA, Vera 1 ;
(1) University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

TP-123

IMPACT OF RESERVOIR WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT ON SEDIMENT PORE WATER CHEMISTRY AND METHYLMERCURY PRODUCTION

Authors: LUXTON, Todd 1 ; ECKLEY, Chris 2 ; GOETZ, Jennifer 1 ; MCKERNAN, John 3 ;
(1) US EPA ORD, Cincinnati, OH, United States; (2) US EPA Region 10, Seattle, WA, United States; (3) US EPA, Cincinnati, OH, United States

TP-126

THE EFFECT OF SOLID PHASE SORBENT MATERIALS ON THE LEACHABILITY OF MERCURY FROM CONTAMINATED SOILS

Authors: MILLER, Carrie 1 ; MCCURDY, Julianne 1 ; JOHS, Alex 2 ; ROBERTSON, BK 3 ;
(1) Troy University, Troy, United States; (2) Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, United States; (3) Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL, United States

TP-128

EVALUATION OF SORBENT MATERIALS FOR MERCURY REMEDIATION IN A FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEM

Authors: MULLER, K . 1 ; ELLER, V . 1 ; LEE, C . 2 ; MEHLHORN, T . 1 ; BROOKS, S . 1 ; MAYES, M . 1 ; PETERSON, M . 1 ; PIERCE, E . 1 ; JOHS, A . 1 ;
(1) Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; (2) Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL, USA

TP-129

CHARACTERIZATION OF MANGANESE OXIDE AMENDMENTS FOR IN SITU REMEDIATION OF MERCURY-CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS

Authors: LEVEN, Alexander 1 ; VLASSOPOULOS, Dimitri 2 ; GOIN, Jessica 2 ; KANEMATSU, Masakasu 2 ; O'DAY, Peggy 1 ;
(1) University of California, Merced CA, USA; (2) Anchor QEA LLC, Portland OR, USA

TP-131

HARDWOOD BIOCHAR AS TREATMENT MEDIA IN REACTIVE LAYERS FOR PORE WATER MERCURY IN SATURATED FLOODPLAIN SOILS

Authors: PAULSON, Krista 1 ; PTACEK, Carol 1 ; LIU, Peng 1 ; FELLIN, Sara 1 ; BLOWES, David 1 ; LANDIS, Richard 2 ; DYER, James 2 ; MACK, E . 3 ; GROSSO, Nancy 3 ;
(1) University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; (2) Formerly at E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Delaware, USA; (3) E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Delaware, USA

TP-132

A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF REMEDIAL ACTIONS AND RESEARCH CONDUCTED TO MITIGATE MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION RISKS IN OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE

Authors: MATHEWS, Teresa 1 ; PETERSON, Mark 1 ; BROOKS, Scott 1 ; TURNER, Ralph 2 ; SOUTHWORTH, George 3 ;
(1) Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA; (2) RT Geosciences, Cobble Hill, British Columbia, Canada; (3) LeBeau Enterprises, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

TP-133

THE FORMATION AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY-BEARING AGGREGATES FROM A CONTAMINATED DIFFUSE SOURCE ZONES SOIL

Authors: PIERCE, Eric 1 ; ESKELSEN, Jeremy 1 ; CHIU, Michelle 1 ; DICKSON, Johnbull 1 ; MAYES, Melanie 1 ; PETERSON, Mark 1 ; JOHS, Alexander 1 ; BROOKS, Scott 1 ; GU, Baohua 1 ;
(1) Environmental Sciences Division/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge/Tennessee, United States

TP-134

IMPACT ANALYSIS OF MODEL PARAMETER UNCERTAINTY ON MERCURY EMISSION FROM MERCURY DISPOSAL LANDFILL SITE AND METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURES TO HUMAN BODIES

Authors: TAKAHASHI, Fumitake 1 ;
(1) Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan

TP-135

HARDWOOD BIOCHAR AS A REACTIVE MAT TO STABILIZE MERCURY UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL FLOODING AND DRAINAGE CONDITIONS

Authors: WANG, Alana 1 ; PTACEK, Carol 1 ; BLOWES, David 1 ; LANDIS, Richard 2 ; DYER, James 3 ; MA, Jing 4 ; PAULSON, Krista 1 ;
(1) Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; (2) Formerly at E.I.du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, DE, USA, currently at RichLand Consulting, LLC, Lincoln University, PA, USA; (3) Formerly at E.I.du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, DE, USA, currently at Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiker, SC, USA; (4) Formerly at Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo, ON, Canada, currently at SGS Canada, Missisauga, ON, Canada

TP-136

MERCURY SPECIATION IN A RADIOACTIVE LIQUID WASTE SYSTEM AND IMPACTS ON THE DISPOSAL OF WASTE FORMS

Authors: BANNOCHIE, Christopher 1 ; WILMARTH, William 1 ; JACKSON, Dennis 1 ; SHAH, Hasmukh 2 ; JAIN, Vijay 2 ;
(1) Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA; (2) Savannah River Remediation, LLC, Aiken, SC, USA

TP-137

EVALUATION OF TOTAL MERCURY LEVELS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES (SOILS) FROM DIFFERENT SITES IN LIBYA

Authors: ELGAZALI, Abdelkarem 1 ; KRUPP, Eva 2 ; FELDMANN, J . 2 ;
(1) University of Benghazi, Environmental & Biological Chemistry Research Centre (EBCRC), University of Benghazi, Faculty of Arts & Science, Department of Chemistry, El-Marj Campus, Benghazi, Libya; (2) University of Aberdeen, Chemistry Department, Scotland, UK