236 Management Practices Impact On Soil Properties and Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in Agricultural Ecosystem: II

Poster Session
S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation

Information is needed on the effects of management practices on soil quality and productivity and C and N cycling. This session will focus on the impact of management practices on soil aggregation, C and N dynamics, and greenhouse gas emission. Emphasis will be given on C and N cycling in the agricultural ecosystem as a result of C and N inputs to the soil, their transformation and translocation in the soil profile, sequestration, and losses as water soluble C and N, greenhouse gas emission, wind and water erosion, and other processes. This session will strengthen our knowledge on the impact of management practices on soil quality and productivity, C and N balance, proportion of C and N inputs sequestered in the soil and lost as greenhouse gases, and N use efficiency to reduce N loss.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Maysoon Mikha and Upendra Sainju
Poster #1119
Carbon Sequestration: The Lack of Initial Measurement Could Bias Interpretations of Management Effect on Soil Carbon.
Agustin Martellotto, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Daniel T. Walters, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Charles A. Shapiro, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Poster #1120
Stability of Soil Organic Carbon Pools Across a Rangeland Agricultural Management Gradient.
James F. Chang, University of California, Davis; Johan Six, UC Davis; Anthony O'Geen, University of California-Davis; Leslie Roche, UC Davis; Kenneth W. Tate, UC Davis
Poster #1121
Effect of Farming Systems Trial Management Practices On Soil Organic Carbon.
Rita Seidel, Rodale Institute; Grantham Alison, Rodale Institute; Ziegler Christine, Rodale Institute; Viglione Elaine, Rodale Institute
Poster #1122
Management Practices to Improve Soil Quality and Productivity of Eroded Soil.
Maysoon Mikha, USDA-ARS; Phillip Stahlman, Kansas State University; Joseph Benjamin, USDA-ARS; Merle Vigil, USDA-ARS; Patrick Geier, Kansas State University; David J. Poss, USDA-ARS
Poster #1123
Tillage Effects On the Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Particle-Size Fractions.
Samba Kawa, North Carolina State University; Michael G. Wagger, North Carolina State University; Robert D. Walters, North Carolina State University
Poster #1124
Soil Profile Organic Carbon as Affected by Tillage and Cropping Systems.
Gary Varvel, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Wallace W. Wilhelm, USDA-ARS (Deceased)
Poster #1125
Monitoring Soil Water Chemistry During Establishment of Bioenergy Cropping Systems with Mixed Ion Resins: Limitations and Potential Improvements.
Ken Formby, School of Forest Resrouces, University of Arkansas at Monticello; Hal Liechty, School of Forest Resrouces, University of Arkansas at Monticello; Michael Blazier, Louisiana State Univeristy Agricultural Center
Poster #1126
Relationships Between Selected Prairie Plant Species and Soil TOC and DOC.
Shawn Koltes, North Dakota State Univ.; Larry Cihacek, North Dakota State Univ.; Mario Biondini, North Dakota State Univ.
Poster #1128
Effects of Crop Sequences and Fertilization Regimes on Soil Bulk Density Profiles In a Long-Term Experiment Under Conventional Tillage In Central Pennsylvania.
Vanathi Duraisamy, The Pennsylvania State University; Douglas Archibald, Pennsylvania State University; Jason Kaye, Pennsylvania State University
Poster #1129
Changes In Dissolved Organic Matter During Main and Ratoon Rice Production In Southern Texas.
Fugen Dou, Texas AgriLife Research; Kirill Kostyanovsky, Washington State University; Garry McCauley, Texas Agrilife Research
Poster #1130
Application Effects of Cotton Mulch Seeding Method On Nutrients Dynamics in Rice Paddy Field.
Hideto Ueno, Ehime University; Miyuki Mori, Ehime University; Masami Michioka, Ehime University; Masataka Adachi, Ehime University; Yoichi Yamashita, Ehime University; Keiji Ishikake, Ehime University; Jun Yamashita, Ehime University; Hideki Sugimoto, Ehime University
Poster #1131
Modelling of Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics in Grassland and Agricultural Ecosystems in Ukraine.
Atsunobu Kadono, Tottori University of Environmental Studies; Shinya Funakawa, Kyoto University; Takashi Kosaki, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Poster #1132
Cattle Trampling Reduces the Risk of Nitrate Leaching in Organic Dairy Rotations.
Mathieu Lamandé, Aarhus University, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences; Jorgen Eriksen, Aarhus University, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences; Paul H. Krogh, Aarhus University, National Environmental Research Institute; Ole H. Jacobsen, Aarhus University, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Poster #1133
Drought and Cropping Intensity Impact On Soil Organic Carbon and Total N Across A Catena Sequence.
Lucretia Sherrod, USDA-ARS; Lajpat Ahuja, Agricultural Systems Research Unit; Neil Hansen, Colorado State Universith; Gary Peterson, Colorado State University; Dwayne Westfall, Colorado State University
Poster #1134
Tall Fescue Management Effects On Soil Aggregate and Organic Matter Fractions.
Iin Handayani, Murray State University; Mark Coyne, University of Kentucky; James Davis, Murray State University
Poster #1135
Long-Term Cropping System Effects On Soil Properties and a Soil Quality Index.
William Jokela, USDA-ARS; Joshua Posner, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Janet Hedtke, University of Wisconsin-Madison