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A method for measuring the response of sediment microbial communities to environmental perturbations. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 30, 770–776. Gilmour, C. , and Henry, E. A. (1991). Mercury methylation in aquatic systems affected by acid deposition. Environ. Pollut. 71, 131–169. Gilmour, C. , Henry, E. , and Mitchell, R. (1992). Sulfate stimulation of mercury methylation in freshwater sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 26, 2281–2287. Gilmour, C. , Riedel, G. , Ederington, M. , Bell, J. , Benoit, J.

1993). , 2004; Wagner-Do¨bler, 2003). , siran or pumice granules), which was covered by a biofilm of mercury-reducing bacteria. ) The wastewater was amended with a feeding solution for the bacteria and passed through the bed slowly, with a hydraulic retention time of 15–60 minutes in up-flow mode. , 1999). , 2001b), depending on biofilm composition. Effluent mercury concentrations around 50 mg Hg/ L could be reached for chloralkali factory wastewater. , 2004). , 2000a). Mass balances of mercury in the inflow, packed bed, and outflow resulted in recovery values of between 93% and 104%, confirming that partitioning to the air played no significant role in the process (data summarized by Wagner-Do¨bler [2003]).

Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 67, 51–58. Benoit, J. , Gilmour, C. , and Mason, R. P. (2001b). The influence of sulfide on solidphase mercury bioavailability for methylation by pure cultures of Desulfobulbus propionicus (1pr3). Environ. Sci. Technol. 35, 127–132. Benoit, J. , Mason, R. , and Gilmour, C. C. (1999b). Estimation of mercury-sulfide speciation in sediment pore waters using octanol-water partitioning and implications for availability to methylating bacteria. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 18, 2138–2141.

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