Friday, 14 July 2006: 1:15 PM-3:15 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Theater 1, Second Floor
99: 1.2B Soil System Behavior in Time - Theater
Presiding:Peter Schad, Technische Universität München
Convenor:Oliver Chadwick, Dept. of Geography
Stable Isotope Geochemistry Used in Recent Pedological Studies: Carbon Cycle in Soils of Boreal Regions.
Ahmad Landi, University of Saskatchewan
Quantifying the Rate of Re-Crystallization of Carbonate in a Loess Soil by Artificial 14C Labelling.
Konstantin Pustovoytov, University of Hohenheim, Institute of soil Scienc e and Land Evaluation, Ekaterina Shevtzova, University of Hohenheim/Insitute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation, Yakov Kuzyakov, University of Hohenheim/Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation
Occluded C in Phytoliths: a Potential Mechanism for Carbon Sequestration in a Pacific Northwest Mollisol.
Hero Gollany, Columbia Plateau Conservation Research Center, Raymond Allmaras, Retired ARS Scientist, Stephan Albrecht, USDA-ARS
Evolution of Virgin Solonetzic Soil Complexes in the Past 50 Years.
Nikolai B. Khitrov, V.V. Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Nina M. Novikova, Water Problems Institute, Natalia A. Volkova, Water Problems Institute
Effects of Long-term Application of Potassium Chloride Fertilizer on the Accumulation of Chloride in the Soil Profile, Water Relations, Fibre Quality and Yield of Cotton in an Arid Environment.
Muhammad Iqbal Makhdum, Central Cotton Research Institute Multan, Pakistan, Muhammad Ashraf, Department of Botony, University of Agriculture, Humayun Pervez, Department of Chemistry, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Muhammad Islam Gill, Central Cotton Research Institute Multan, Pakistan
Country-Scale Changes in Salinity/Sodicity/Alkalinity of Hungarian Soils as Shown by the National Soil Monitoring Network.
Tibor Tóth, Research Institute for Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Dalma Kovacs, Research Institute for Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Péter Marth, Central Service for Plant Protection and Soil Conservation
High Sulfur Inputs in Northern California Vineyards: Short-term Fates and Long-term Implications.
Eve-Lyn S. Hinckley, Stanford University, Scott Fendorf, Stanford University, Pamela A. Matson, Stanford University
Chemical Properties of an Oxisol under Long-term No Till and Conventional Till Systems.
Maria de Fátima Guimarães, UEL, Cibele Masciolli R. Portella, State University of Londrina, Osmar R. Brito, UEL, Christian Feller, IRD, Carmen S. V. J. Neves, UEL, Jerry Ritchie, ARS-BARC-HRSL
Long-term Organic Farming Impacts on Soil Fertility.
Jessica G. Davis, Colorado State University, Jami Daniel, Colorado State University, Lewis Grant, Grant Family Farms
Effect of Tillage, Water and Nutrient Management on Soil Quality Parameters under Rice-Wheat and Maize-Wheat Cropping Systems.
Anil Kumar Singh, Water Technology Centre
Soil nutrient dynamics in different land uses along the toposequense of Singkarak region in West Sumatra, Indonesia.
HERMANSAH Karani, Faculty of Agriculture Andalas University, Syntalina Syska, Faculty of Agriculture Andalas University, Padang Indonesia, Tsugiyuki Masunaga, Faculty of Life and Environmental Science, Shimane University, Japan 690-8504, Toshiyuki Wakatsuki, Faculty of Agriculture, Kinki University, Japan

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