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Goldschmidt 2012 – Montreal

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14a. Environmental impacts of shale gas production and methane emissions

Bob Howarth (Cornell University)
Rob Jackson (Duke University)

14b. Reciprocal interactions between archaeology and archaeometry focusing on the characterization of ancient human settlements and their environmental impacts

(co-hosted by Themes 14 and 17)
Alain Veron (CEREGE-Aix en Provence)
Adrian L. Burke (Université de Montréal)
Jean-Philippe Goiran (Université de Lyon)
Frédéric Trément (Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand)

14c. Evolution of the ubiquitous presence of mercury in the environment of the Anthropocene

Xinbin Feng (Chinese Academy of Sciences-Guizhou)
Marc Lucotte (GEOTOP-UQAM)
Throjron Larssen (Norwegian Water Research Institute)

14d. Geochemical influences on Hg bioavailability and biogeochemical transformations

Dwayne Elias (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN)
Remy Guyoneaud (Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, France)
Paul Bayer (U.S. Department of Energy, DC)

14e. New developments in understanding natural and anthropogenic water contaminants in the Athabasca oil sands region

Martine M. Savard (Geological Survey of Canada-Quebec City)
Jean Birks (Alberta Innovates / University of Waterloo)

14f. Biogeochemical mechanisms associated with oil sands processing, reclamation and storage

Christopher Weisener (University of Windsor)
Lesley Warren (McMaster University)
Katrin Wendt-Potthoff (Helmholtz Institute, Germany)