217 Carbon Emissions From Agriculture

Poster Session
ASA Section: Environmental Quality
Focus is on characterizing carbon emissions from various agricultural practices and systems.

Soil Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Community
Soil & Water Management & Conservation

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, East Exhibit Hall

Community Leader:
Alan J. Franzluebbers
Poster #1208
Assessment of Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Bioenergy Sorghum Production in Central Texas.
Joseph O. Storlien, College of St. Benedict and St. John's University; Frank M. Hons, Texas A&M University; Jason P. Wight, Texas Agrilife Research; Fugen Dou, Texas Agrilife Research-Beaumont; Terry J. Gentry, Texas A&M University; James L. Heilman, Texas Agrilife Research
Poster Presentation
  • JStorlien_LCA_ASA2013.pdf (1.0 MB)
  • Poster #1209
    Soil Respiration From Degraded and Managed Pasture in Southeast of São Paulo State, Brazil.
    Eduardo Barretto de Figueiredo Sr., São Paulo State University (FCAV/UNESP); Ricardo De Oliveira Bordonal, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP; Alan Rodrigo Panosso, São Paulo State University (FCAV/UNESP); Telma Terezinha Berchielli, Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho” – Unesp; Newton La Scala Júnior, São Paulo State University (FCAV/UNESP)
    Poster #1210
    Soil Respiration and Microbial Biomass From Switchgrass and Cottonwood Grown As Bioenergy Crops in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
    Michele L Helton, University of Arkansas; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas; Hal O. Liechty, University of Arkansas; Matthew H Pelkki, University of Arkansas-Monticello; Mary C. Savin, University of Arkansas
    Poster #1211
    Emissions of Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Ammonia From Dairy Feces and Manure.
    Enzhu Hu, Utah State University; Pakorn Sutitarnnontr, Utah State University; Scott B. Jones, Utah State University; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona
    Poster #1212
    Soil CO2 Emission Resulting From Application Of Sewage Sludge Under No-Till.
    Mariângela Brito Freiberger, São Paulo State University; Gustavo Castoldi, São Paulo State University; Juliano Carlos Calonego, São Paulo State University; Ciro Antonio Rosolem, UNESP; Leonardo Theodoro Bull, São Paulo State University
    Poster #1214
    Changes in Soil CO2 Concentration Following Experimental Warming in Four Coniferous Species Seedlings.
    Saerom Han, Korea University; Yejee Jeoung, Korea University; Dongho Lee, Korea University; Sun Jeoung Lee, Korea University; Tae Kyung yoon, Korea University; Ji Yeon kim, Korea University; Sun Jin yoon, Korea University; Yowhan Son, Korea University
    Poster #1215
    Global Warming Potential of Delayed-Flood Rice Associated With Methane From a Silt-Loam Soil As Affected By Previous Crop and Cultivar.
    Christopher W. Rogers, USDA-ARS; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas; Richard J. Norman, University of Arkansas; Alden Smartt, University of Arkansas; Edward E. Gbur, University of Arkansas; Anthony M. Fulford, University of Arkansas; Donna L. Frizzell, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture
    Poster #1216
    A Comparison of Environmental Impacts Among Different Rice Cultivation Practices in Bimodal Agriculture.
    Yi-Chien Wu, National Taiwan University; Huu-sheng Lur, National Taiwan University
    Poster #1217
    Carbon Footprint of Typical Agriculture Production Systems in Florida.
    Marta Moura Kohmann, University of Florida; Carlos Moreira Miquelino Eleto Torres, University of Florida and Universidade Federal de Viçosa; Clyde W. Fraisse, University of Florida; Aline Pontes Lopes, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA_CarlosAndMarta2013.pdf (744.8 kB)
  • Poster #1218
    Impacts of Land Use Change On Ecosystem Carbon in Subtropical Grassland Ecosystems.
    Sutie Xu, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Julius B. Adewopo, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture; Maria Lucia Silveira, University of Florida; Kanika S. Inglett, University of Florida
    Poster #1219
    Greenhouse Gas Footprints of Single Species Non-Legume Cover Crops Following Winter Wheat.
    Megan Stirling Brown, Kansas State University; Peter J. Tomlinson, Kansas State University; Kraig L. Roozeboom, Kansas State University
    Poster #1220
    Management Impacts On GHG Emissions and Yield Performance From Organic Soybean.
    Steven Easterby, Univeristy of Missouri; Newell R Kitchen, USDA-ARS; Robert J. Kremer, USDA-ARS; David Brent Myers, DuPont Pioneer; Timothy M. Reinbott, University of Missouri-Columbia
    Poster #1221
    Effects of Organic Matter Applications On Carbon Sequestration and GHG Emissions in An Upland Andisol in Japan.
    Ayaka W. Kishimoto, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences NIAES; Noriko Oura, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences; Sadao Eguchi, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences; Yasuhito Shirato, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences; Seiichiro Yonemura, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences
    Poster #1222
    Management Systems Impact On Soil Aggregate Protected Carbon and Nitrogen Accumulation.
    Hasni Jahan, Ohio State University South Centers; Celal Yucel, Ohio State University South Centers; Khandakar R. Islam, Ohio State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Management effects on Protected C and N.pdf (300.9 kB)
  • Poster #1223
    Greenhouse Gas Fluxes As Affected By Lipid Extracted Algae Application to Soil.
    Katie L. Rothlisberger-Lewis, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Joseph O. Storlien, College of St. Benedict and St. John's University; Jamie L. Foster Malone, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Frank M. Hons, Texas A&M University; Terry J. Gentry, Texas A&M University
    Poster #1300
    Soil Carbon Storage and Persistence Across a Chronosequence Of Management Intensive Grazing Dairies, An Emerging Land Use Practice In East Central Georgia.
    Brandon Snook, University of Florida; Marc Kramer, University of Florida; Aaron Thompson, University of Georgia
    Temperature Sensitivity of Carbon Release in An Acidic Soil Is Mediated By Lime and Mulch Amendments.
    Waqar Ahmad, The University of Sydney; Balwant Singh, The University of Sydney; Feike A. Dijkstra, The University of Sydney; Ram C. Dalal, Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts