Saturday, 15 July 2006: 8:00 AM-11:00 AM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Second Floor
124: 1.2P Interdependency of Soils and Soil Scapes - Poster
Presiding:Reinhold Jahn, Inst. of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
Convenor:Jaume Bech, University of Barcelona
New Technology and the NRCS Soil Survey Maintenance/Update Process in Abilene, Texas.
James Gordon, USDA-NRCS, Alan Stahnke, USDA-NRCS
Evaluation of Fuzzy-logic Based Soil Inference Modeling for Soil Survey Updates in Pennsylvania.
Rick L. Day, Pennsylvania State Univ, ED White, USDA-NRCS, Gary W. Petersen, Pennslyvania State Univ, John Chibirka, USDA-NRCS
3D Soils Cover Models and Their Use for Pedological and Environmental Studies.
Jordi Garrigó, Dept de Química y Edafología. Univ de Navarra, David Elustondo, Dept de Química y Edafología. Univ de Navarra, Jaume Bech, Univ de Barcelona
Relevance of Soil Mapping Criteria to Predict Geochemical Background of Trace Elements in Soils from Local to Regional Scales.
Gilles Colinet, Gembloux Agricultural Univ, Geopedology Dept., Patrick Bogaert, Catholic Univ of Louvain-la-Neuve, Unit of Environmetrics and Geomatics, Laurent Bock, Gembloux Agricultural Univ, Geopedology Dept.
Human Activities, Soil Properties and Landscape Relations in Two Mountain Regions in Bulgaria.
Emiliya Velizarova, Forest Pedology Dept, Forest Research Inst, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Jaume Bech, Univ de Barcelona, Maria Sokolovska, Forest Pedology Dept, Forest Research Inst, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Alejandro Lansac, Univ de Barcelona
Characteristics, Genesis, and Fertility Status of a Deeply Weathered Soil from Cretaceous Ultrabasic Rock in Samar, Philippines.
Victor B. Asio, Dept of Agronomy and Soil Science, Leyte State Univ, Ian A. Navarrete, Laboratory of Environmental Soil Science, Obihiro Univ of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Juvia P. Sueta, Dept of Agronomy and Soil Science, Leyte State Univ, Janice P. Susaya, Inst of Tropical Ecology, Leyte State Univ., Reinhold Jahn, Inst of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Martin Luther Univ
Transformation of Parent Material (Mantle Loam and Moraine) Composition, Related to Soil Formation in the Upper Volga Region, Russia.
Olga A. Samonova, Faculty of Geography, Moscow State Univ, Elena N. Aseyeva, Faculty of Geography, Moscow State Univ
Redox Development in Soil Materials as Influenced by Time, Temperature, and Carbon Level.
Rebecca A. Blue, South Dakota State Univ, Douglas D. Malo, South Dakota State Univ, Thomas E. Schumacher, South Dakota State Univ, James J. Doolittle, South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Jennifer J. Lund, South Dakota State Univ
Relationships among Phosphorus Concentrations and Soil Properties and Land Use in an Agricultural Watershed.
Rachel M. Stout Evans, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, William Kingery, Mississippi State University, Michael Lilly, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Steve Depew, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Michael Cox, Mississippi State University, Patrick Gerard, Mississippi State University, Grady Jackson, Mississippi State University
The Soils Cover of the Volcanic Area from the Eastern Carpathians (Romania).
Constantin Rusu, Univ Al l Cuza, Iulian Stanga, Univ AI I Cuza, Lilian Niacsu, Univ AI I Cuza, Iuliana Breaban, Univ Al l Cuza, Bogdan Rosca, Univ Al l Cuza

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