317 Hydropedology - Coupling Hydrology and Pedology Across Landscapes

Oral Session
S05 Pedology

Hydropedology is the study of linkages between pedology and hydrology within a landscape context. The session will focus on how soil architecture and the distribution of soils over the landscape influence hydrologic processes (and associated biogeochemical and ecological dynamics) across spatio-temporal scales. Presentations will also address how landscape water (and the associated transport of energy, sediment, chemicals, and biomaterials) influence soil formation and function.


Pedology, Wetland Soils, Soils & Environmental Quality
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 8:15 AM-10:20 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 103C, First Floor

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Hangsheng Lin
8:15 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:20 AM
Extrapolating Climate-Change Predictions of Hydrology Across Regions Using Soil and Landscape Data.
Michael Vepraskas, NC State University; Joshua L. Heitman, Dept. of Soil Science/North Carolina State University; Joey Shaw, Auburn University; Aziz Amoozegar, North Carolina State University
8:35 AM
Hydropedological Function at a Long Term Waste Treatment Site.
Chris Graham, Pennsylvania State University; Hangsheng Lin, Pennsylvania State University
8:50 AM
Soil-Water Retention Curves From Point to Catchment Scales in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory.
Douglas Baldwin, Pennsylvania State University; Hangsheng Lin, Pennsylvania State University
9:05 AM
Landscape-Scale Organic Matter Mineralization in Canadian Arctic Gelisols.
Maxime Pare, University of Saskatchewan; Angela Bedard-Haughn, University of Saskatchewan
9:35 AM
Monitoring Pressure Heads and Nitrogen Concentrations in An Onsite Wastewater Treatment System: Year 1.
James Bradshaw, Crop and Soil Sciences Department; David Radcliffe, Crop and Soil Sciences Department
9:50 AM
Comparison of Effluent Quality On the Transport of Fecal Coliform through Two SE PA Soils.
Joseph Valentine, DelVal Soil and Environmental Consultants, Inc.; Lawrence Hepner Jr., Delaware Valley College
10:05 AM
10:20 AM
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