Gary A. Gill mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Mercury, Estuary, Bay and Hydrology. His Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Mineralogy and Surface water. His research in Mercury intersects with topics in Seawater, Analytical chemistry and Geochemical cycle.
Gary A. Gill has included themes like Salinity and Flux in his Estuary study. His study in Bay is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Benthic zone and Particulates. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Methylmercury under Hydrology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Bioaccumulation, Sulfate, Nutrient and Eutrophication.
His main research concerns Seawater, Mercury, Environmental chemistry, Uranium and Adsorption. Gary A. Gill combines subjects such as Waste management, Chromatography, Elution and Acrylonitrile with his study of Seawater. His studies in Mercury integrate themes in fields like Hydrology and Estuary, Oceanography.
The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Methylmercury, Bay and Nutrient. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Colloid and Mineralogy. Gary A. Gill interconnects Itaconic acid, Uranyl, Fiber and Nuclear chemistry in the investigation of issues within Adsorption.
Gary A. Gill spends much of his time researching Uranium, Seawater, Adsorption, Nuclear chemistry and Environmental chemistry. The concepts of his Uranium study are interwoven with issues in Inorganic chemistry, Extraction and Toxicity. His Seawater study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic chemistry, Polymer and Sorbent.
Gary A. Gill has researched Adsorption in several fields, including Itaconic acid, Uranyl, Elution, Fiber and Vanadium. His Nuclear chemistry research incorporates themes from Acrylonitrile and Aqueous solution. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Mercury and Nuclear fuel.
Gary A. Gill mainly focuses on Uranium, Seawater, Adsorption, Nuclear chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental chemistry, Organic chemistry, Extraction and Sorbent as well as Uranium. Among his research on Environmental chemistry, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Biofouling.
His research investigates the link between Adsorption and topics such as Fiber that cross with problems in Polymer chemistry and Acrylate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Itaconic acid and Acrylonitrile. His research integrates issues of Uranyl, Carboxylic acid and Polymer in his study of Inorganic chemistry.
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Methylmercury concentrations and production rates across a trophic gradient in the northern Everglades
Cynthia C. Gilmour;Georgia Riedel;M. C. Ederington;J. T. Bell.
Subnanogram determination of mercury by two-stage gold amalgamation and gas phase detection applied to atmospheric analysis
William F. Fitzgerald;Gary A. Gill.
Analytical Chemistry (1979)
Picomolar mercury measurements in seawater and other materials using stannous chloride reduction and two-stage gold amalgamation with gas phase detection
Gary A Gill;William F Fitzgerald.
Marine Chemistry (1987)
Mercury speciation in surface freshwater systems in California and other areas
Gary A. Gill;Kenneth W. Bruland.
Environmental Science & Technology (1990)
Estuarine trace metal distributions in Galveston Bay: importance of colloidal forms in the speciation of the dissolved phase
Liang-Saw Wen;Peter Santschi;Gary Gill;Christopher Paternostro.
Marine Chemistry (1999)
Production and Loss of Dissolved Gaseous Mercury in Coastal Seawater
Marc Amyot;Gary A. Gill;François M. M. Morel.
Environmental Science & Technology (1997)
Speciation and Cycling of Mercury in Lavaca Bay, Texas, Sediments
Nicolas S. Bloom;Gary A. Gill;Steven Cappellino;Charles Dobbs.
Environmental Science & Technology (1999)
Dissolved trace element cycles in the San Francisco Bay estuary
A.R. Flegal;G.J. Smith;G.A. Gill;S. Sañudo-Wilhelmy.
Marine Chemistry (1991)
Mercury sampling of open ocean waters at the picomolar level
Gary A. Gill;William F. Fitzgerald.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1985)
Sediment−Water Fluxes of Mercury in Lavaca Bay, Texas
Gary A. Gill;Nicolas S. Bloom;Steven Cappellino;Charles T. Driscoll.
Environmental Science & Technology (1999)
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