Friday, 14 July 2006: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Theater 2, Second Floor
90: RB Developments in the World Reference Base (WRB), Soil Taxonomy (ST) and Other National Soil Classification Systems for Soil Resources - Theater
Presiding:Erika Micheli, Szent Istvan University
Convenor:Robert Ahrens, "USDA/NRCS,Federal Bldg.,Rm.152"
Critical Evaluation of Diagnostic Criteria for Gleyic Properties in the World Reference Base.
Cornelius W. Van Huyssteen, University of the Free State
Rendzinas: a Soil Group with Primitive Original Attributes?.
Jorge E. Gama Castro, Instituto de Geología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Formation, Properties and Distribution of Singular Deep-Ploughed Soils of Central Europe and Recommendations for WRB.
Luise Giani, Institute of Biology and Environmental Science, Hans-Peter Blume, University of Kiel
Global Distribution of World Reference Base Soils in Relation to Key Soil Forming Factors.
Jonathan M. Gray, NSW Department of Natural Resources, Geoff S. Humphreys, Department of Physical Geography, Jozef Deckers, Catholic University of Leuven
Classification of Podzols in 1998 and 2006 Editions of World Reference Base Soil Classification Systems from the Polish Point of View.
Renata Bednarek, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Institute of Geography, Przemyslaw Charzynski, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Institute of Geography, Aleksandra Kwiatkowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Institute of Geography
Topsoil Characterization and Classifications: New Developments and Chances for Links to WRB.
Gabriele Broll, University of Vechta, Hans-Joerg Brauckmann, University of Vechta, Mark Overesch, University of Vechta, Claudia Erber, SEPA Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Gerhard Milbert, Geological Survey of Northrhine-Westphalia, Denis Baize, INRA, Freddy Nachtergaele, FAO
Classification of Anthropogenic Soils in WRB.
Alan Kosse, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Grouping and Naming Soils in the South African Classification.
Martin V. Fey, Department of Soil Science, University of Stellenbosch
The Introduction of the Stagnosol Group in WRB: Classification of Soils with Stagnic Properties in Vestfold County, Norway.
Age Nyborg, Norwegian Inst.-Land Inventory, Eivind Solbakken, Norwegian Inst.-Land Inventory, Ragnhild Sperstad, Norwegian Inst.-Land Inventory, Kjetil Fadnes, Norwegian Inst.-Land Inventory

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