Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future

2017 Annual Meeting | Oct. 22-25 | Tampa, FL

144 Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Production, Novel and Real World Uses of Biochars - Poster Part 2 (includes student competition)

Poster Session
ASA Section: Environmental Quality
All graduate students working with biochar are encouraged to participate. Interested graduate students should submit abstracts online through the normal abstract submission process and mark that they wish to enter into the graduate student competition. Posters will be judged based on the quality of the poster presentation, originality and importance of the research, interpretation of experimental results, and how well the presenter communicates his or her findings to the judges. The top three posters will be announced at the community business meeting. Winners are expected to be present at the meeting to receive their monetary award and certificate.

Biochar: Agronomic and Environmental Uses Community

Monday, October 23, 2017: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, East Exhibit Hall

Gilbert C. Sigua , James A. Ippolito , Jeffrey M. Novak and Kurt A. Spokas
Poster #1504
Biochar Additions to Brazilian Soils: Impacts on the Sorption-Desorption of Indaziflam.
Maria Alice Porto, Federal Rural University of the Semi-Arid Region; Kathleen E. Hall, University of Minnesota; Kurt A. Spokas, USDA-ARS; Daniel Valadão Silva, Universidade Federal Rural do Semi-Árido
Poster #1506
Who Benefits from Biochar: Microbes, Weeds, or Conifer Seedlings?.
Daniel Warnock, Michigan State University; Han Ren, Guangxi university; Jessica Miesel, Michigan State University; Lisa Tiemann, Michigan State University
Poster Presentation
  • Daniel_Warnock_SSSA2017_Poster.pdf (750.4 kB)
  • Poster #1507
    Phytostabilizing Effect of Biochars on Remediating Heavy Metals in Mine Spoil Soils.
    Gilbert C Sigua, USDA-ARS; Jeff Novak, USDA-ARS; Donald W. Watts, USDA-ARS, Coastal Plains Soil, Water and Plant Research Center; Mark G. Johnson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; James A. Ippolito, Colorado State University; Kurt A. Spokas, USDA-ARS; Thomas F. Ducey, USDA-ARS; Kristin Trippe, USDA-ARS: NFSPRC
    Poster #1508
    Effects of Biochar on Leaching of Dimethyl Tetrachloroterephthalate (DCPA).
    Elizabeth Baker, Georgia Southern University; Olajumoke Harrison, Georgia Southern University; Subhrajit Saha, Georgia Southern University; Arpita Saha, Georgia Southern University
    Poster #1509
    Phosphorus Release Behavior of Biosolids and Corresponding Biochars.
    Andressa Freitas, University of Florida; Vimala D. Nair, University of Florida; Willie Harris, University of Florida; Maria Rosa Mosquera Losada, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela; Ramachandran P.K. Nair, University of Florida
    Poster #1510
    Soil Microbial Interactions in Depleted Urban Soils Amended with Various Organic Fertilizer Treatments.
    Andrew Adamski, Northern Michigan University; Donna Becker, Northern Michigan University; Matthew VanGrinsven, Northern Michigan University
    Poster #1511
    Biochar As a Remediation Material for Agricultural Soils Elevated in Cadmium.
    Barbara Samartini Queiroz Alves, University of California-Davis; William R. Horwath, University of California-Davis; Sanjai J. Parikh, University of California-Davis
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA_Oct2017_V7.pdf (8.6 MB)
  • Poster #1512
    The Impacts of High Carbon Biochar on the Soil Quality and Grain Yield of a Three-Year Dryland Rotation.
    Travis Orrell, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Cody Creech, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    Poster #1513
    Poster #1514
    Suppression of Ammonia Volatilization from an Ethiopian Soil Applied with Corn Cob Biochar.
    Yuki Moriyama, Soka University; Shinjiro Sato, Soka University
    Poster Presentation
  • poster moriyama3 校正済.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #1515
    Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium By Agave Biochar and Modified Biochar.
    Shota Nakao, Soka University; Shinjiro Sato, Soka University
    Poster Presentation
  • 2017 SSSA poster Shota Nakao #3.pdf (284.3 kB)
  • Poster #1516
    Biochar-Amended Filter Socks Reduce Herbicide Losses Via Tile Line Surface Inlets.
    Martin J. Shipitalo, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Matthew T. Moore, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory; Javier M. Gonzalez, USDA-ARS, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA 2017 Poster.pdf (3.1 MB)