426 Role of Soil Microbial Communities and Processes in Ecosystem Reclamation and Restoration: II

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soil Biology & Biochemistry
This poster session will cover research on the response of different properties and processes including the microbial communities and their activities influenced by conservation efforts such as Conservation Reserve Program and other NRCS or USDA programs as well as other approaches used for the recovery of drastic land disturbances.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Jay Norton , Jennifer Moore-Kucera , Terrence G. Gardner and Lisa Fultz
Poster #1021
Assessment of the Physicochemical and Microbiological Evolution of Agricultural and Forest Soils after Underground Oil Piping.
Sabino A. Bufo, University of Basilicata; Giovanni Salzano, University of Basilicata; Laura Scrano, University of Basilicata; Sergio Sasso, University of Basilicata; Maria Grazia Bonomo, University of Basilicata
Poster Presentation
  • Poster_1021_Scrano.pdf (623.3 kB)
  • Poster #1022
    Characterization of Microbial Community Structure in Wetlands Sediments Contaminated with Animal Waste.
    Changyoon Jeong, Louisiana State University; Jong Hyun Ham, LSU AgCenter
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA 2015 Poster_Jeong.pdf (785.9 kB)
  • Poster #1023
    Enzyme Activity As a Sensitive Soil Quality Indicator for Detecting Land Management.
    Richard P. Dick, The Ohio State University; Linda Dick, Ohio State University; Nicola Lorenz, The Ohio State University; Nathan Lee, Ohio State University
    Poster #1024
    Applications and Limitations of 28S rRNA Gene Sequences for Monitoring below-Ground Diversity at Degraded Mine Sites Undergoing Eco-Restoration at Purnapani, Odisha, India.
    Prashant Pant, University of Delhi; Vivek Choudhary, Delhi University; Cheerukeeri Raghavendra Babu, Centre for Management of Degraded Ecosystems; Sudeshna Mazumdar-Leighton, University of Delhi
    Poster #1025
    Investigating the Impact of Dissolved Organic Carbon Sources on Arsenic Availability in Groundwater.
    Erika Andujar, North Carolina State University; Elizabeth C Gillispie, North Carolina State University; Matthew L. Polizotto, North Carolina State University
    Poster #1026
    Morphology and Phylogenetic Characterization of Mn(II)-Oxidizing Superfund Site Fungal Assemblages.
    Kai Purnell, North Carolina State University and Barnard College; Dessy Owiti, North Carolina State University; Terrence G. Gardner, North Carolina State University