96 Advances in Environmental Chemistry of Animal Manure

Oral Session
S02 Soil Chemistry

Knowledge of environmental chemistry of animal manure is needed to shed new light on the development of effective utilization of animal manure while reducing adverse environmental impacts. The primary goals of this symposium /session are to (1) synthesize and analyze the basic knowledge and latest research development of the environmental chemistry of animal manure, and (2) promote applications of this knowledge to achieve sustainable manure management strategies. This proposed symposium will include but not be limited to (1) organic matter characterization, (2) nitrogen and volatile compounds, (3) phosphorus forms and lability, and (4) heavy metals and environmental concerns.


Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition, Soils & Environmental Quality
Monday, November 1, 2010: 8:10 AM-11:45 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 202B, Second Floor

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Zhongqi He
Zhongqi He
8:10 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:15 AM
Characterization of Animal Manures Using Pyrolysis -GC/MS.
Jim Wang, Louisiana State University; Syam K. Dodla, Louisiana State University
8:30 AM
Characterization of Animal Manures Using Mid-Infrared Photoacoustic Spectroscopy.
Du Changwen, Institute of Soil Science Chinese Academy of Sciences; Jianmin Zhou, Institute of Soil Science Chinese Academy of Sciences
8:45 AM
Characterization of Animal Manure Using Advanced Solid-State C-13 NMR Spectroscopy.
Jingdong Mao, Old Dominion University; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS; Mark Chappell, US Army Corps of Engineers
9:00 AM
Water Extractable Carbon and Nitrogen From Manure Application Under Different Tillage.
Mingchu Zhang, Department of High Latitude Agriculture, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS; Aiqin Zhao, Department of High Latitute Agriculture, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Dinku Endale, USDA-ARS J. Phil Campbell, Sr. Natural Resource Conservation Center; Harry Schomberg, USDA-ARS J. Phil Cambell Sr. Natural Resource Conservation Center
9:15 AM
Amino Acid Composition of a Manure-Amended Soil: Rhizospheric and Non-Rhizospheric Differences In a Greenhouse Ryegrass Study.
Daniel C. Olk, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS; Heidi Waldrip, USDA-ARS
10:00 AM
Effects of Poultry Manure Amendment on Phosphorus Uptake by Ryegrass and Soil Phosphorus Fractions.
Heidi Waldrip, University of Maine; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS; Susan Erich, University of Maine; C. Wayne Honeycutt, USDA-ARS New England Plant, Soil, and Water Laboratory
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Sources and Contents of Heavey Metals and Other Trace Elements in Animal Manure.
Hailin Zhang, Oklahoma State University; Jackie Schroder, Oklahoma State University; Jaben Richards, Oklahoma State University; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS
10:45 AM
Sorption of 17-Estradiol (E2) by Swine Manure Fractions.
Teresita Chua, Iowa State University; Ritushree Chatterjee, Iowa State University; Michael Thompson, Iowa State University
11:00 AM
Soil Core Composition and Profiles Underlying Large Dairy Operations.
Thomas Harter, University of California-Davis; Naoko Watanabe, University of California-Davis; Dirk Holstege, DANR Analytical Lab; Megan B. Young, U.S. Geological Survey; Brad K. Esser, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Carol Kendall, U.S. Geological Survey
11:15 AM
Use and Environmental Occurrence of Antibiotics in Dairy Farms with Manured Forage Fields.
Naoko Watanabe, University of California-Davis; Thomas Harter, University of California-Davis; Brian A. Bergamaschi, USGS California Water Science Center
11:45 AM
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