293 Agriculture, Emerging Contaminants, and Water Quality: I

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Soils & Environmental Quality
Emerging contaminants of environmental significance, such as pharmaceutical and personal care products and veterinary antibiotics, are known to exist in many human and animal waste products applied to agricultural fields. Understanding how these contaminants enter surface and shallow groundwater receptors is paramount for prescribing BMPs that reduce receptor impact by these substances. This oral presentation session provides a forum for researchers working on agriculture/environmental water quality issues related to emerging contaminants to present and discuss their recent work in the context of fate, transport, and mitigation.

Environmental Quality

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 33

Steven Frey and David Lapen
David Lapen and Steven Frey
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:05 AM
8:35 AM
Presence of Emerging Substances of Concern and Priority Pollutants in Soils Receiving Alkaline Treated Biosolids.
Gordon W. Price, Dalhousie University; J. Daniel Gillis, McGill University
8:50 AM
Environmental Loading Patterns of Emerging Contaminants in Reclaimed Waste Water.
Clinton F. Williams, USDA-ARS; Shad D. Nelson, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; John E. Watson, The Pennsylvania State University; Chittaranjan Ray, University of Hawaii at Manoa
9:05 AM
9:25 AM
Chemistry and Runoff Characteristics of Tylosin From Pasture Affected By Poultry Litter Treated With Different Amendments.
Jim J. Wang, Louisiana State University; Muhammad Ali, Louisiana State University; Lewis Gaston, Louisiana State University
9:40 AM
Tile Drainage Management Influences On the Movement of Veterinary Antibiotics to Groundwater and Surface-Water Following Liquid Swine Manure Application On Macroporous Clay Loam.
Steven Frey, Aquanty; Ed Topp, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Mark Edwards, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Natalie Gottschall, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Mark Sunohara, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; David Lapen, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
9:55 AM
10:10 AM
Phosphorus Source – Sink Relationships of Stream Sediments in the Rathbun Lake Watershed of Southern Iowa.
John L. Kovar, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Najphak Hongthanat, Iowa State University; Michael L. Thompson, Iowa State University; James R. Russell, Iowa State University; Thomas M. Isenhart, Iowa State University
10:25 AM
break 2
10:45 AM
Association of Estradiol With Manure and Soil Colloidal and Dissolve Fractions and Potential Bioactivity.
Katrin Chambers, North Dakota State Univ.; Francis X.M. Casey, North Dakota State University; Heldur Hakk, USDA-ARS; Thomas M. DeSutter, North Dakota State University; Nancy Shappell, USDA-ARS
11:00 AM
Enzyme-Mediated Transformation of 17 Beta-Estradiol in Soil.
Rashmi Singh, University of Georgia - Griffin; Miguel Cabrera, University of Georgia; David E. Radcliffe, University of Georgia-Athens; Qingguo Huang, University of Georgia - Griffin
11:15 AM
Transformation of Natural Estrogens in Sediments Under Anaerobic Conditions.
Michael L. Mashtare Jr., Purdue University; Linda S. Lee, Purdue University
11:30 AM
Vertical Transport of Hormones in Effluent-Irrigated Cropland.
Senorpe Asem-Hiablie, Pennsylvania State University; Herschel Elliott, Pennsylvania State University; Clinton D. Church, USDA - ARS; John E. Watson, The Pennsylvania State University
11:45 AM