Friday, 14 July 2006: 8:00 AM
Convention Center, Room 109AB, First Floor
86: 2.0W Emerging Methods to Examine Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Soils - Oral
Presiding:Ladonna Choate, U.S. Geological Survey
Convenors:Kathleen Smith, US Geological Survey
James Ranville, Colorado School of Mines
8:00 AMPredicting Toxicity of Metals in Soil The Terrestrial Biotic Ligand Model (TBLM).
Herbert Allen, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Sagar Thakali, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Alexander Ponizovsky, University of Delaware, Dominic Di Toro, University of Delaware, Corinne Rooney, Rothamsted Research, Fangjie Zhao, Rothamsted Research, Steve McGrath, Rothamsted Research
8:35 AMHeavy Metal Bioavailability Detection in Soils and Sediments by the BIOMET-Biosensor.
Ludo Diels, Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Karolien Vanbroekhoven, Flemish Institute for Technological Research
9:10 AMDeveloping New Strategies and Methods to Investigate the Relationship between Soils and Human Health.
Martin A. Schoonen, Stony Brook University, Sanford Simon, Stony Brook University, Corey Cohn, Stony Brook University, Elizabeth Roemer, Stony Brook University

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