148 Water Quality In a Changing Climate: II

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soils & Environmental Quality
The rapidly changing climatic conditions at global, national and regional scales are causing significant changes in water quality. In this topical session we will focus on studies that investigate how factors such as ecosystem alterations including forests and soils, chemical signatures such as dissolved organic matter and nutrients, and biological alterations such as algal growth have impacted the quality of surface and potable water. Studies that discuss links between the factors above and disinfection byproduct (DBP) formation in drinking water treatment processes as well as characterization methods (including but not limited to FT-ICR-MS, NMR, nano-SIMS and STXM) used for organic matter in soil and water, and organic-mineral interactions and DBPs are especially encouraged.
Monday, November 4, 2013: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, East Exhibit Hall

Thomas Borch and Gina McKee
Gina McKee and Thomas Borch
Poster #2619
Performance Of Geno-Fuzzy MODEL On Rainfall-Runoff Predictions In Claypan Watersheds.
Anomaa Senaviratne, University of Missouri; Ranjith P. Udawatta, University of Missouri; Stephen H. Anderson, University of Missouri; Claire Baffaut, USDA-ARS; Allen L Thompson, University of Missouri
Poster Presentation
  • Senaviratne et al Geno-Fuzzy Poster.pdf (594.3 kB)
  • Poster #2620
    Five Decades of Deforestation and Land Use Changes in Northern Ecosystems of Iran: Learned Lessons Regarding Soil Quality for Improving Sustainability.
    Yones Khaledian, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; Sohaila Ebrahimi, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; Hadi Sheikhpouri, Tehran University; Jamal Moshirpanahi, The University of Kurdistan; Shiva Bakhshandeh, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
    Poster #2622
    Cadmium in Brazilian Soil and Soybean Grains: Are There Any Risks Regarding Food Security?.
    Veridiana Gonçalves, Federal University of Lavras; Ana Paula Corguinha, Federal University of Lavras; Guilherme Amaral de Souza, Federal University of Lavras; Camila Carvalho, Federal University of Uberlandia; Eros Artur Francisco, International Plant Nutrition Institute; Claudinei Kappes, Fundação MT; Luiz-Roberto G Guilherme, Federal University of Lavras
    Poster #2623
    Impact of Reverse Osmosis Waste Water On Soil Quality in a Semi-Arid Soil.
    Omololu J. Idowu, New Mexico State University; Kevin A Lombard, New Mexico State University; Don Hyder, San Juan College; April L. Ulery, New Mexico State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Impact of RO Waste Water on Soil Quality.pdf (735.7 kB)
  • Poster #2624
    Sources and Variability of Manganese in Well Water of the North Carolina Piedmont.
    Elizabeth C Gillispie, Pacific Northwest National Lab.; Robert Austin, North Carolina State University; Matthew Polizzotto, University of Oregon-Eugene; Owen Duckworth, North Carolina State University; Dean L. Hesterberg, North Carolina State University; Aziz Amoozegar, North Carolina State University; Joju Abraham, North Carolina Division of Water Quality; Rick Bolich, North Carolina Division of Water Resources; Phil Bradley, North Carolina Geological Survey; Shuying Wang, North Carolina Division of Water Quality
    Poster #2625
    Effect of EDTA On Leaching of Lead From Paint Contaminated Residential Soils During Hurricane Sandy.
    Ramesh Attinti, Montclair State University; Dibyendu Sarkar, Stevens Institute of Technology; Rupali Datta, Michigan Technological University
    Poster #2626
    Trace Element Concentrations in Mountain Forest Soils of Maine.
    Samantha J. Langley-Turnbaugh, University of Southern Maine; Amber Hardy, University of Southern Maine
    Poster Presentation
  • TraceElementsInMountainSoilsInMaine.pdf (1.5 MB)
  • Poster #2627
    Effects of Conservation Practices On Mississippi River Basin Initiative Watersheds in Missouri.
    Ranjith P. Udawatta, University of Missouri; Shibu Jose, University of Missouri; Steven Glenn Hefner, Missouri NRCS FTS State Staff; Stephen H. Anderson, University of Missouri
    Poster #2628
    Molecular Characterization of Humic Acid-Like Substances and Soil Humic Substance By Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry.
    Changyoon Jeong, Louisiana State University; Syam Dodla, Louisiana State University; Jim J. Wang, Louisiana State University
    Poster #2629
    Water Discharge, Nitrogen Loss and Crop Production in Response to Phosphorus Draw Down in High P Soils Under Free Drainage and Water Table Control Systems.
    Chin Tan, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Tiequan Zhang, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Tom Welacky, AAFC
    Poster Presentation
  • TAN-SSSA-2013-poster-N & P.pdf (2.2 MB)