Congratulations Addie, Maggie & Sam!
The Gustin lab is proud to have 3 2020 graduates: Adriel Luippold (M.S.), Margarita Vargas Estrada (B.S.), and Samantha Leftwich (B.S.). Job well done, ladies!
This month my collaborators and I will be presenting our research at the 14th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant.
Talks will include:
- Testing methods for quantification and identification of reactive mercury compounds
- Development of an automated method for measurement of gaseous oxidized mercury
- Measurement and understanding GOM concentrations and chemistry from sites in Utah, Hawaii, Maryland, and Nevada, USA
- An integrated system for accurate, independently verified measurements of oxidized mercury
- Reactive mercury speciation and dry deposition during AMDEs in the Arctic
Posters will include:
- Mercury is a global contaminant in commercial cat and dog foods
- Introducing UNRRMAS 2.0: Improvements for quantification and identification of atmospheric reactive mercury
- Ozone may not be an important oxidant of atmospheric mercury
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