283 Minerals In the Environment: II

Poster Session
S09 Soil Mineralogy Minerals play a primary role in many soil and environmental processes. Quantifying mineral distribution and the processes of mineral weathering and transformation are thus critical to understanding soil and ecosystem processes. We invite presentations on any aspect of mineral interactions in the environment and advances in mineral analytical methods and modeling.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Hall C

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Organizer:
Craig Rasmussen
Presider:
Craig Rasmussen
Poster #336
Gibbsite Quantification with DSC An Approach to Determine Relative Soil Development on a Moraine Chronosequence.
Felipe Aburto, University of California, Davis; Kevin Muzikar, University of California, Davis; Garrett Liles, University of California, Davis; Randal Southard, University of California, Davis
Poster #337
Dissolution of Common Phyllosilicates In Acid Sulfate Systems.
Irshad Bibi, University Of Sydney; Balwant Singh, University Of Sydney; Ewen Silvester, La Trobe University
Poster #338
Effects of Organic Acids and Atmospheric CO2 On Surface Properties of Serpentine Minerals.
Emma P. Holmes, University of British Columbia; Les M. Lavkulich, University of British Columbia; Greg Dipple, University of British Columbia
Poster #340
Catalytic Oxidation of Arsenite By Polyoxometalate in the Presence of Aluminum Metal and Ferrous Ion.
Cheng-che Wu, National Chung Hsing University; Yu-Min Tzou, National Chung Hsing University
Poster #341
Clay Mineralogy of Aggregates Used In Portland Cement, Bituminous Materials, and Chip Seals.
George Russell, Soil & Crop Sciences Department, Texas A&M University; Youjun Deng, Soil & Crop Sciences Department, Texas A&M University; John Harris, Texas A&M University
Poster #343
Determination of Calcite and Dolomite Content In Soils and Paleosols by Continuous Coulometric Titration.
Daniel Hirmas, University of Kansas; Brian F. Platt, University of Kansas; Stephen T. Hasiotis, University of Kansas