139 Minerals In The Environment: I (includes graduate student competition)

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Soil Mineralogy
This is a general oral session for papers related to soil mineralogy.
Monday, November 4, 2013: 1:25 PM-3:55 PM
Marriott Tampa Waterside, Room 9

Christopher J. Matocha
Jessique L. Ghezzi
1:25 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:30 PM
1:45 PM
2:00 PM
Mineralogical and Micromorphological Modifications in Soil Affected By Slash Pile Burn.
Maria Nobles, Alabama A&M University; Monday Mbila, Alabama A&M University; William J Massman, USDA Forest Service; Greg Butters, Colorado State University
2:15 PM
2:30 PM
2:40 PM
The Alteration Of Volcanic Ash and Soil Development Across a High Elevation Climate Gradient In Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
Marc Kramer, University of Florida; Oliver A. Chadwick, University of California, Santa Barbara
2:55 PM
Bioavailability Of Clay-Sorbed Tetracycline To Bacteria For Activation Of Antibiotic Resistance.
Yingjie Zhang, Michigan State University; Stephen A. Boyd, Michigan State University; James Tiedje, Michigan State University; Brian J. Teppen, Michigan State University; Hui Li, University of Delaware
3:10 PM
Evaluate the Effect of Smectite's Layer Charge Density and Origin On Its Adsorption for Aflatoxin.
Ana Luisa Barrientos Velazquez, Texas A&M University; Alicia Marroquin-Cardona, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon; Lian Liu, Texas A&M University; Joe B. Dixon, Texas A&M University; Youjun Deng, Texas A&M University
3:25 PM
Molecular Modeling to Predict and to Verify Smectites' Optimal Mineralogy Properties As Aflatoxin Binders.
Marek Szczerba, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences; Youjun Deng, Texas A&M University
3:40 PM
Soil and Biosolid Nano- and Macro-Colloid Mediated Transport of Se, As, Cu and Pb Contaminants Through Undisturbed Soil Monoliths.
Jessique L. Ghezzi, University of Kentucky; Anastasios D. Karathanasis, University of Kentucky; Christopher J. Matocha, University of Kentucky; Jason M. Unrine, University of Kentucky; Yvonne L. Thompson, University of Kentucky
3:55 PM