Dartmouth Superfund Research Program researchers Celia Chen, Kate Buckman and Vivien Taylor gave several oral and poster presentations related to our mercury research at the September 8-13 ICMGP (International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant) in Krakow, Poland. Abstract titles for the oral presentations were: “Relationships Between Mercury in Sediment and the Water Column to Fish Bioaccumulation in Human Impacted Estuaries in Long Island, NY” (presenter: Celia Chen), “Meta-Analysis of Mercury Concentration in Forage Fish Across Northeast USA Estuaries” (Presenter: Kate Buckman). Drs. Chen, Buckman and Taylor also were co-authors of the abstract “Ecosystem Controls on the Incidence of Methylmercury in Temperate Estuarine Water Columns” (presenter: Emily Seelen). Complete listing of conference oral presentations. Our SRP was a Silver Sponsor of the Conference and SRP Director Dr. Chen was on the meeting’s Scientific Steering Committee. The Conference was attended by more than 700 people from 50 countries.