322 Hydropedology - Coupling Hydrology and Pedology Across Landscapes: II

Poster 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, Forest, Range & Wildland Soils, Wetland Soils, Soils & Environmental Quality
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Fate and Transport of Septic System Effluent in the Vadose Zone.
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Daniel Hirmas, University of Kansas; James Decker, University of Kansas
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A Hydropedological Perspective of Mercury Distribution in Soils of the Black Moshannon Lake Drainage Basin.
Emilie Erich, Pennsylvania State University; Patrick Drohan, Pennsylvania State University; Mary Lupton, Pennsylvania State University; Elizabeth Boyer, Pennsylvania State University; Robert Brooks, Pennsylvania State University
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