Thursday, 13 July 2006: 10:15 AM
Convention Center, Room 113AB, First Floor
68: LD Soil Degradation: Processes, Control, and Politics - Oral
Presiding:Bal Singh, Dep.- Plant and Environmental Sci.
Convenors:Hariharan Eswaran, USDA-NRCS
Rattan Lal, "School of Nat. Res., OH State Univ."
10:15 AMSoil Degradation and Food Security: Incentives Matter.
Keith Wiebe, USDA Economic Research Service, Rattan Lal, Carbon Management and Sequestration Centre, School of Environment and Natural Resources, FAES/OARDC, The Ohio State Univ, Christopher Barrow, Swansea Univ, Pierre Crosson, Resources For the Future
10:45 AMStudy of Soil Erosion in the Small Loess Agricultural Catchment In the Light of 137Cs Measurements.
Grzegorz Jacek Poreba, Dept of Radioisotope, Institute of Physics, Silesian Univ of Technology, Andrzej Bluszcz, Dept of Radioisotope, Institute of Physics, Silesian Univ of Technology
11:05 AMMajor Causes of Land Degradation and Desertification in Jordan.
Sa'eb Khresat, Jordan Univ of Science and Technology
11:25 AMIs "Summer Fallowing" Beneficial to Sustainable Grain Production in Central Asia?.
Takashi Kosaki, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto Univ, Shinya Funakawa, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto Univ, Elmira Saljnikov, Institute of Soil Science, Kanat K. Akshalov, Barayeb Kazakh Research and Production Center of Grain Farming, Yusuke Takata, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto Univ
11:45 AMLessons Learned from a Thematic Network Dealing with Land Degradation Assessment and Soil Conservation Management in the Mediterranean Region.
Pandi Zdruli, CIHEAM-Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, Giuliana Trisorio Liuzzi, University of Bari, Faculty of Agriculture, Cosimo Lacirignola, CIHEAM-Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari

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