119 The Legacy of Dr. Willard Lindsay: Chemical Equilibria in Soils, Micronutrients, and Soil Testing: I

Oral Session
S02 Soil Chemistry Dr. Willard Lindsay was a pioneer in soil chemistry. His doctoral mentor was Michael Peech at Cornell University, one of the cornerstones of soil chemistry in the mid-20th century. From the 1950s through the 1990s, Lindsay broke new ground in the areas of micronutrient chemistry, developing new soil tests, and particularly his work in the application of chemical equilibrium principles to soils. In this topical session, we are inviting the submission of oral presentations to recognize the enduring achievements of Lindsay’s research.


Soil Mineralogy
Monday, October 22, 2012: 1:15 PM-4:00 PM
Hyatt Regency, Bluegrass AB, Third Floor

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Arthur Schwab and Kenneth Sajwan
Arthur Schwab and Kenneth Sajwan
1:20 PM
An Overview of Willard L. Lindsay's Career and Accomplishments.
Lee Sommers, Colorado State University; Eugene Kelly, Colorado State University
2:05 PM
Reflections of a Soil Chemical Equilibria Student.
John Havlin, North Carolina State University
2:35 PM
2:45 PM
Dynamic Equilibria - Not Just in Soils.
Paul E. Fixen, International Plant Nutrition Institute
3:00 PM
Thermodynamics of Actinide-Doped Glass Leachates.
Dhanpat Rai, Rai Enviro-Chem, LLC; Arthur Schwab, Purdue University
3:15 PM
An Application of Soil Solution Chemistry in Long-Term Radioactive Waste Modeling.
Kathryn Catlett, Neptune & Co., Inc.; David Gratson, Neptune & Co., Inc.; John Tauxe, Neptune & Co., Inc.; Paul Black, Neptune & Co., Inc.; T. B. Stockton, Neptune & Co., Inc.; Mark Fitzgerald, Neptune & Co., Inc.; Michael Balshi, Neptune & Co., Inc.; Ralph Perona, Neptune & Co., Inc.; Robert Lee, Neptune & Co., Inc.
3:30 PM
Mineral Carbonation with Carbon Dioxide: Prof Lindsay's Idea.
Jayaram R. Katta, University of Wyoming
3:45 PM
Redox and Micronutrient Solubility.
Arthur Schwab, Purdue University
4:00 PM
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