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Light Induced Mercury Volatilization from Substrate Mechanism(s) Responsible and In situ Occurrence
Grant Number R825249
RFA: Exploratory Research - Air Chemistry & Physics (1996)
Journal Article (3)
Presentation (6)
Proceedings (1)
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Journal Article Gerlach RW, Gustin MS, Van Emon JM. On-site mercury analysis of soil at hazardous waste sites by immunoassay and ASV. Applied Geochemistry 2001;16(3):281-290. R825249 (Final)
Journal Article Gustin MS, Rasmussen P, Edwards G, Schroeder W, Kemp J. Application of a laboratory gas exchange chamber for assessment of in situ mercury emissions. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres 1999;104(D17):21,873-21,878. R825249 (1999)
R825249 (Final)
Journal Article Gustin MS. On the mechanism controlling the light enhancement of mercury emissions from substrate. Science of the Total Environment. R825249 (1999)
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Presentation Gustin MS. Light enhancement of mercury emissions from soil. Presented at the Mercury Experts Workshop: Followup to Nevada SToRMS Intercomparison, Guelph, Canada, May 1998. R825249 (1998)
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Presentation Gustin MS. Mechanisms influencing the volatile loss of mercury from soil. Presented at the Air and Waste Management Meeting on Measurement of Air Toxics and Related Air Pollutants, Cary, NC, September 1998. R825249 (1998)
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Presentation Gustin MS, Lindberg SE. Assessing the emission of mercury from naturally enriched terrestrial surfaces. Presented at the Electric Utilities Environmental Conference, Tucson, AZ, January 11-13, 1999. R825249 (1999)
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Presentation Gustin MS. Emissions of mercury from contaminated mine waste. Presented at the Geological Society of America-Cordilleran Section-Session on Mercury in the Environment, June 1999. R825249 (1999)
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Presentation Gustin MS, Lindberg SE. Assessing the contribution of natural sources to regional atmospheric mercury budgets. Presented at the 5th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 1999. R825249 (1999)
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Presentation Gustin MS. Are sources other than anthropogenic point sources significant contributors to the atmospheric mercury budget? Presented at the National Atmospheric Deposition Network Technical Committee Meeting, Sacramento, CA, October 1999. R825249 (1999)
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Proceedings Sladek C, Gustin MS. Assessment of the use of sequential extraction procedures for analysis of mercury speciation in substrate. In: Proceedings of the Symposium Volume for the 5th International Conference on Heavy Metals. R825249 (1999)
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