262 Soil Chemistry: I

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Soil Chemistry
This is a general oral session for papers on soil chemistry.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 1:00 PM-4:35 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, 103 F

Daniel G. Strawn
1:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:05 PM
Why BMPs Are Working in the Everglades Agricultural Area in South Florida.
Samira H. Daroub, University of Florida; Timothy Lang, University of Florida; Jehangir Bhadha, University of Florida
1:20 PM
Behavior of Polymer Coated ZnO Nanoparticles in Soil.
Zeinah Elhaj Baddar, University of Kentucky; Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky
1:35 PM
Effect of Biochar, Activated Carbon and Spent Coffee Amendment on Arsenic and Chromium Uptake By Lettuce on CCA Contaminated Soils.
Letuzia Maria de Oliveira, University of Florida; Julia Ky Gress, University of Florida; Lena Q. Ma, Nanjing University/University of Florida
1:50 PM
Point of Zero Charge: Role in Pyromorphite Formation and Stability in Lead Contaminated Soils.
Ranju Rani Karna, Oak ridge Institute for Science and Education, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, USEPA; Kirk G Scheckel, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
2:05 PM
Comparison of the Fixation Kinetics of Chelated and Non-Chelated Copper in Semi-Arid Soils of Texas High Plains.
Theophilus K. Udeigwe, Texas Tech University; Madeleine B. Eichmann, Texas Tech University
2:20 PM
Correlating Arsenic (As) and Iron (Fe) Speciation to As Bioavailability from a Collection of Contaminated Soils with Varying Contamination Sources and Soil Properties.
Aaron R Betts, US- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency); Brooke Stevens, Ohio State University; Nicholas T. Basta, Ohio State University; Kirk G Scheckel, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
2:35 PM
2:50 PM
P Speciation of German Forest Soils on Different Parent Materials As Assessed By Synchrotron-Based K-Edge XANES Spectroscopy.
Joerg Prietzel, Technical University of Munich; Florian Werner, Technische Universitaet Muenchen
3:05 PM
Acheiving Phosphorus Load Reductions: Lessons from a Successful Watershed Project.
Laura W. Good, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Rebecca Carvin, US Geological Survey
3:20 PM
Boron Adsorption on Guatemalan South Coast Soils with Andic Properties.
Maria Fernanda Terraza Pira, University of Georgia-Athens; Malcolm E. Sumner, University of Georgia; Miguel L. Cabrera, University of Georgia-Athens; Aaron Thompson, University of Georgia-Athens
3:50 PM
Relating Selenium Bioavailability to Calcareous Soil Physiochemical Properties and Mineralogical Sinks.
Jessica Favorito, Virginia Tech; Matthew J. Eick, Virginia Tech; Paul R. Grossl, Utah State University
4:05 PM
Tungsten Adsorption on Hematite.
Sudipta Rakshit, Tennessee State University; Bryan Sallman, Tennessee State University; Jerzy Mierzwa, Tennessee State University
4:20 PM
Rhenium (Re) As a Surrogate for Technetium (Tc) Partitioning in Radioactive Waste Materials.
John C. Seaman, University of Georgia-Athens; Hyunshik Chang, North American Hoganas; Robert James Thomas, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory; Steven Simner, Savannah River Remediation
4:35 PM