257 Symposium--Hydropedology – 10 Years Later and 10 Years Into the Future: I

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Pedology
This would be a state-of-the-art symposium after the 1st hydropedology symposium held 10 years ago in 2003 Tri-Societies annual meetings. It is intended to provide the community with the latest developments and future outlooks on this emerging interdisciplinary field. The specific objectives are: 1) To take stock and analyze what has been accomplished so far in hydropedology and to identify where knowledge gaps are; 2) To promote exciting breakthrough collaborations among pedology, soil physics/hydrology, soil biology, and other branches of soil science, as well as hydrology, geomorphology, and other related bio- and geo-sciences; and 3) To charter a roadmap for advancing the frontiers of hydropedology in the next decade.

Soil Physics
Model Applications in Field Research Community

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 13

Hangsheng Lin , Timothy R. Green and Patrick J. Drohan
Hangsheng Lin , Patrick J. Drohan and Timothy R. Green
9:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:10 AM
Hydropedology – 10 Years in the Past and 10 Years Into the Future.
Henry Lin, Pennsylvania State University; Hans-Joerg Vogel, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ; Brent E. Clothier, The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Ltd; Xiao-Yan Li, Beijing Normal Univ.
9:40 AM
What We Know and Need to Know About Hydropedology in California.
Anthony Toby O'Geen, University of California-Davis
10:00 AM
Relevance of the Soil Survey to Hydrology: Can We Take a Mulligan?.
Patrick J. Drohan, Pennsylvania State University
10:20 AM
Location, Location, Location: Desert Microsites and Soil Property Development.
Michael Young, University of Texas at Austin; Todd Caldwell, USGS - U.S. Geological Survey
10:40 AM
Predicting the Strength of Preferential Transport From Proxy Variables.
Johannes Koestel, Swedish University of Agricultural Research; Helena Jorda, Swedish University of Agricultural Research; Nicholas Jarvis, Swedish University of Agricultural Research
11:00 AM
Applying Hydropedology To Nutrient Management In The Northeastern US: Lessons Learned From The Mahantango Creek Experimental Watershed.
Anthony R. Buda, USDA-ARS; Peter J.A. Kleinman, USDA-ARS; Patrick J. Drohan, Pennsylvania State University; Mark R. Williams, USDA-ARS; Lauren F. Vitko, Pennsylvania State University; Henry Lin, Pennsylvania State University; Gordon J. Folmar, USDA-ARS; Ray B. Bryant, USDA-ARS
11:20 AM
Soil Pipe Flow and Internal Erosion: The Integration of Soil Pedology and Hydrology.
Glenn V. Wilson, USDA-ARS; J.R. Rigby, USDA/ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory; Seth M. Dabney, USDA-ARS; Garey A. Fox, North Carolina State University
11:40 AM
Climate Change Impacts On Wetlands—Regional Comparisons Across the U.S.
Michael J. Vepraskas, North Carolina State University
12:00 PM
Lunch Break
1:20 PM
A Hydropedologic Framework for Mapping Spatial Patterns of Runoff Generation and Biogeochemical Export in Catchments.
Kevin J. McGuire, Virginia Tech; Scott W. Bailey, USDA Forest Service (FS); Tom Bullen, US Geological Survey; Donald S. Ross, University of Vermont; Rebecca R. Bourgault, University of Vermont; John P. Gannon, Virginia Tech; Cody P. Gillin, Virginia Tech
1:40 PM
Hydropedology of Podzols At Hubbard Brook, NH.
Rebecca R. Bourgault, University of Vermont; Donald S. Ross, University of Vermont; Scott W. Bailey, USDA Forest Service (FS); Tom Bullen, US Geological Survey; Kevin J. McGuire, Virginia Tech
2:00 PM
Hydropedology of the Palouse Region: Implications for Erosion, Water Quality, and Groundwater Recharge.
Paul A. McDaniel, University of Idaho-Moscow; Erin Brooks, University of Idaho; Jan Boll, University of Idaho; John Hammel, University of Idaho
2:20 PM
Measurement and Simulation of Soil Water Dynamics Across a Small Agricultural Watershed.
Timothy R. Green, USDA-ARS; Robert H. Erskine, USDA-ARS; Olaf David, Colorado State University; Holm Kipka, Colorado State University; Michael L. Coleman, Colorado State University; James C. Ascough II, USDA-ARS; Lucretia A. Sherrod, USDA-ARS; Lajpat R. Ahuja, USDA-ARS
2:40 PM
Coastal Acidity: A Hydropedological Perspective.
Mark Stolt, University of Rhode Island; Brett Still, University of Rhode Island
3:20 PM
Toward a Hydropedological Framework for Urban Stormwater Management.
Theodore A. Hartsig, Olsson Associates; William D. Shuster, US- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency); Stephen Daniel Dadio Jr., Cedarville Eng. Group
3:40 PM
3:55 PM
Concluding Remarks
4:00 PM