98 Applying Soil Chemistry to Solve Soil Problems in the "Milky Way": Honoring the Impact of Malcolm Edward Sumner: II

Oral Session
S02 Soil Chemistry

This session will be oral volunteered presentations on topics highlighted in the symposium “Applying Soil Chemistry to Solve Soil Problems in the "Milky Way": Honoring the Impact of Malcolm Edward Sumner. “Potential topics include: (1) trace element fate and bioremediation, (2) application of surface chemistry to soil fertility management, (3) solute transport, (4) using mineralogy in forensics, (5) soil fertility, (6) soil testing, (7) phosphate chemistry, (8) Vertisol genesis, soil carbonate enrichment, and soil carbon sequestration, and (9) tropical soils properties and management.


Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition, Soils & Environmental Quality
Monday, November 1, 2010: 12:55 PM-3:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 202C, Second Floor

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Gregory Evanylo and Nikolla Qafoku
Gregory Evanylo and Nikolla Qafoku
12:55 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:00 PM
Characterization of Soil Organic Carbon in Long-Term Sugarcane and Rice Production Systems.
Syam K. Dodla, Louisiana State University; Jim Wang, Louisiana State University; Changyoon Jeong, LSU Agricultural Center - Baton Rouge
1:15 PM
Plant and Microbial Processes Influencing Plutonium Mobility through Sediments Under Field Conditions.
Daniel Kaplan, Savannah River National Laboratory; Fred Molz, Clemson University; Deniz I. Demirkanli, Clemson University; Brian A. Powell, Clemson University; Christopher Bagwell, Savannah River National Laboratory; Kimberly A. Roberts, Savannah River National Laboratory
1:30 PM
Ultrasonic Dispersion to Investigate the Role of Mineral-Organic Interactions in Aggregation Processes.
Michael Kaiser, University of California - Merced; Markus Kleber, Oregon State University; Asmeret Berhe, University of California-Merced
2:00 PM
XANES Speciation of Phosphorus in Reduced-till System: Placement and Source Effect.
Raju Khatiwada, Kansas State University; Ganga Hettiarachchi, Kansas State University; David Mengel, Kansas State University
1:45 PM
2:15 PM
Lime Source Comparison Study for Reclamation of Sediments.
Terry Moore, BP Remediation Management; John Sloan, Texas AgriLife Research; Yingzhe Wu, Texas AgriLife Research; Mark Meyer, Pioneer Technical Services; Shannon Dunlap, BP Remediation Management
2:45 PM
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