209 Management Impact On GHG Emissions and Soil C Sequestration: Part I

Oral Session

Far too little is known about how management influences soil organic carbon (SOC) accumulation and greenhouse gas emissions under a diversity of environmental conditions around the world. This session covers agronomic management impacts on greenhouse gas emissions and SOC sequestration.

ASA Section: Environmental Quality
Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 217B, Concourse Level
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Organizer:
Diane Stott
Presider:
Diane Stott
1:05 PM
Estimation of CO2 Emissions From Cropland in Norway.
Signe K. Borgen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences; Arne Grønlund, Bioforsk; Olof Andrén, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Thomas Kätterer, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Lars Bakken, Norwegian University of Life Sciences; Keith Paustian, Colorado State University
1:20 PM
Carbon Assimilation and Loss In Early Bioenergy Systems: Effect of Land Conversion of Permanent Grassland and Agricultural Sites.
Terenzio Zenone, University of Toledo; Jiquan chen, University of Toledo; Michael Deal, University of Toledo; G. Philip Robertson, W. K Kellogg Biological Station and Crop & Soil Sciences
1:50 PM
Influence of Land Use Change On the Biosphere-Atmosphere-Exchange of C and N Trace Gases In the Humid, Subtropical Region of Queensland.
David Rowlings, Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR); Peter Grace, Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR); Ralf Kiese, Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research
2:05 PM
Beyond No-till: Tillage Intensity Variations and Resulting Impacts On Soil C Sequestration.
Alison J. Eagle, Duke University; Charles W. Rice, Kansas State University; Lydia Olander, Duke University
2:20 PM
2:30 PM
Strategies Targeting American Agricultural Resources Sustainability: A 6-State Study of Energy and C Sequestration Associated with Row Cropping Attributes.
Martha Zwonitzer, Iowa Soybean Association; Roger Wolf, Iowa Soybean Association; Douglas Smith, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory; Jason Gomes, Cedar Basin Crop Consulting, Inc.
2:45 PM
No-till Increases Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Global Warming Potential.
Raj Shrestha, The Ohio State University; Pierre-Andre Jacinthe, Indiana University and Purdu University - Indianapolis; Serdar bilen, Turkey; Sindhu Jagadamma, The Ohio State University - OARDC; Warren Dick, The Ohio State University; Rattan Lal, The Ohio State University
3:00 PM
Long-Term Land Use and Management Effects On Soil Organic Carbon Pool In Huang-Huai-Hai Plains, China.
Xiangbin Kong, China Agricultural University; Rattan Lal, Ohio state university
3:15 PM
Quantifying Nitrous Oxide Emissions Resulting From Beef Cattle Urine and Dung on Semi-Arid Pasture.
Reynald L. Lemke, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Alan Iwaasa, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Vern S. Baron, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Jeffrey Schoenau, University of Saskatchewan
3:30 PM
Greenhouse Gas Emission From Two Cropping Systems In the Northern Corn Belt.
Jane M. Johnson, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Sharon L. Lachnicht Weyers, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; David Archer, USDA-ARS; Nancy Barbour, USDA-Agricultural Research Service
3:45 PM
50 Years of Change In Total Soil C and N of Pastures Under Differing Irrigation Frequencies and P Fertiliser Application Rates.
Louis A. Schipper, University of Waikato; Mike B. Dodd, AgResearch,; Jack Pronger, University of Waikato; Paul L. Mudge, University of Waikato; Martin Upsdell, AgResearch,; Ray A. Moss, AgResearch,
4:00 PM