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
Check out my chapter, “Standard Techniques in Geomicrobiology”, in Analytical Geomicrobiology: A Handbook of Instrumental Techniques, available now from Cambridge University Press.
March 27, 2019
Happy Women in Science Month! This month, the University is featuring some of our female STEM scientists. I am honored to be featured twice on the Nevada Today blog alongside Drs. Stringham and Yerka as well as my fellow female pet food researchers.
Edit: The Nevada Today blogs posts were additionally featured in the April 5, 2019 and April 12, 2019 Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) newsletters, under the “General Interest News” section.