68 Pedology: I (includes student competition)

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Pedology
This is a general oral session for papers on pedology.
Monday, November 16, 2015: 10:25 AM-4:15 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, L100 E

Eric C. Brevik
Eric C. Brevik , Bradley A. Miller and Monday Mbila
10:25 AM
Presider - Eric C. Brevik
10:25 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:30 AM
Utilizing Suites of Isotopic and Elemental Tracers to Constrain Cryoturbation Rates and Patterns in a Non-Sorted Circle (Abisko, SE).
Nicolas A. Jelinski, University of Minnesota; Kyungsoo Yoo, University of Minnesota; Jonatan Klaminder, Umea University
11:00 AM
Changes in Soil Properties and Morphology Across Environmental Gradients in the Oregon Cascades.
Kristopher Osterloh, Oregon State University; Jay Stratton Noller, Oregon State University
11:15 AM
Using Probability Distributions to Quantify Soil Development Variability with Time.
Christopher Shepard, University of Arizona; Marcel G. Schaap, University of Arizona; Craig Rasmussen, University of Arizona
11:30 AM
Particle Density Variability of Selected Pedons and Catenas in Iowa.
Jenny Richter, Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU); C. Lee Burras, Iowa State University
11:45 AM
An Open Science Approach to Soil Carbon Mapping.
Edward Flathers, University of Idaho; Paul E Gessler, University of Idaho; Erich Seamon, University of Idaho
12:00 PM
Lunch Break
1:00 PM
Presider - Bradley A. Miller
1:15 PM
Impact of Tillage and Long-Term Irrigation on Dynamic Soil Properties and Taxonomy in Aridic Argiustolls of Western Kansas.
Michelle Scarpace, Kansas State University; Michel D. Ransom, Kansas State University; DeAnn R. Presley, Kansas State University; Gerard J. Kluitenberg, Kansas State University; Skye A. Wills, USDA-NRCS
1:30 PM
Soil Geomorphic Relationships on Relict Periglacial Landforms in North Central Illinois.
Aubrey Dalbec, Northern Illinois University; Michael E. Konen, Northern Illinois University
1:45 PM
Developing Spatial Management Zones for Salt-Affected Soils in South Dakota Using Inherent Soil Properties and Yield History.
Rachel K. Owen, University of Missouri; Lance Howe, USDA-NRCS; Douglas D. Malo, South Dakota State University; Cheryl L. Reese, South Dakota State University; David E. Clay, South Dakota State University; Thomas M. DeSutter, North Dakota State University
2:00 PM
Plinthite As Indicator of Soil Degradation: An Experience from the Savannah Ecology of South Western Nigeria.
Gabriel Oluwatosin, Institute of Agricultural Research and Training,Obafemi Awolowo University,Ibadan, Nigeria; Olateju Adeoyolanu, Institute of Agricultural Research and Training,Obafemi Awolowo University,Ibadan, Nigeria; Omololu J. Idowu, New Mexico State University; Kayode S Are, Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Obafemi Awolowo University; Ayodele O Adelana, Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Obafemi Awolowo University
2:15 PM
Translating Soil Properties to Simulated Soil-Water Availability Under Forecasted Climate.
Trinity Baker, University of Kentucky; Tanja N. Williamson, USGS; Brad D. Lee, University of Kentucky
2:30 PM
2:45 PM
Presider - Monday Mbila
3:00 PM
On the Use of Soil Classification in Soil Science Journals.
Alfred E. Hartemink, University of Wisconsin-Madison
3:15 PM
Phosphorus Plant Availability and Spatial Variability in Northern Siberian Permafrost-Affected Soils.
Alevtina Evgrafova, University of Berne; Alexander Otto, University of Koblenz-Landau; Nikita Tananaev, Igarka Geocryology Laboratory of the Melnikov Permafrost Institute Yakutsk; Sandra Spielvogel, University of Koblenz-Landau
3:30 PM
Comparison of EPO and DS in Removing the Moisture Effect from Soil Visnir Reflectance Spectra.
Nuwan K Wijewardane, University of Nebraska Lincoln; Yufeng Ge, University of Nebraska-Linclon; Cristine L. S. Morgan, Texas A&M University; Michael Pearson, USDA NRCS
3:45 PM
Cover Beds As Evidence of a Humped Soil Production Function Associated with Forest Succession.
Vance Almquist, Oregon State University; Jay Stratton Noller, Oregon State University
4:00 PM
Stability, Sampling, and Subaqueous Soils of the Rhode River Estuary.
Barret M. Wessel, University of Maryland; Martin C. Rabenhorst, University of Maryland; Phillip King, State Soil Scientist USDA NRCS DE, MD, DC
4:15 PM