457 Wetland Soils: II (includes student competition)

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Wetland Soils
Contributed posters are invited for the Wetland Soils Poster Session. This session will also
include all student competition posters for the Wetland Soils Division.
Cosponsor(s):

Wetland Soils

Wednesday, November 5, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC

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Organizer:
Walter Lee Lee Daniels
Presider:
Bruce L. Vasilas
Poster #2026
The Development of Soil and Microbial Communities in the Moses Creek Restoration Wetland in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Ashley Hansen, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Student Chapter of SSSA/SWCS; Eric Englund, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point; Anna Radke, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point; Kyle Herrman, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Poster #2027
The Influence of Eutrophication Status on the Kinetics of Methane Oxidation in Soils from a Subtropical Freshwater Wetland.
Francisca Ordonez Hinz, University of Florida; Lucy Ngatia, University of Florida Agronomy & Soils Club; Patrick W. Inglett, Wetland Biogeochemistry Laboratory; K. Ramesh Reddy, University of Florida; Kanika S. Inglett, University of Florida
Poster Presentation
  • FHinz SSSA 2014.pdf (1.4 MB)
  • Poster #2028
    Poster #2029
    Characterizing Lignin Chemistry of Wetland Soil Profiles in the Atchafalaya and Barataria Basins.
    Weiyang Bi, Louisiana State University; Jim Jian Wang, Louisiana State University; Syam Dodla, Louisiana State University; Ronald D. DeLaune, Louisiana State University
    Poster #2030
    Poster #2031
    The Effects of a Novel Dredge Material Disposal Technique on Nitrate Removal in the Lower Atchafalaya River, Louisiana.
    Lindsey Green, Louisiana State University; Jacob Berkowitz, US Army Corps of Engineers; John R. White, Louisiana State University
    Poster #2032
    Ecosystem Development of a Riparian Restoration Site in West Tennessee.
    Paula M. Gale, University of Tennessee-Martin; Tom Blanchard, University of Tennessee at Martin; Eric R. Walker, University of Tennessee-Martin; Jim Ruddell, Lhoist North America; Chris Corley, Lhoist North America
    Poster Presentation
  • SpinksPoster.pdf (10.3 MB)
  • Poster #2033
    A Wooden Stick Method for Assessing Organic Matter Decomposition in Soils.
    Sara Mack, University of Maryland; Martin C. Rabenhorst, University of Maryland
    Poster #2034
    Nearsurface Soil Morphology 10 Years after Constructing a Sandy Freshwater Tidal Wetland.
    Emily Ott, Virginia Tech; John M. Galbraith, Virginia Tech
    Poster #2035
    Organic Matter Decomposition in Restored and Natural Wetlands.
    Christopher A. Palardy, University of Maryland; Martin C. Rabenhorst, University of Maryland; Brian A. Needelman, University of Maryland; Stephanie A. Yarwood, University of Maryland; Megan Lang, USDA-ARS; Gregory W. McCarty, USDA-ARS
    Poster #2036
    Poster #2037
    Performance of Five Different Electromagnetic Sensors in Sphagnum Peat.
    Daniela Reineke, Technische Universitšt Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics; Tobias Karl David Weber, Technische Universit√ɬÉ√ā¬§t Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics; Wolfgang Durner, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics
    Poster #2038
    Distributions of Boron and Selenium in Pariette Wetland Sediments and Benthic Organisms.
    Astrid R. Jacobson, Utah State University; Colleen Jones, Utah State University; Palak Vesudeva, Utah State University; David Powelson, Utah State University; Paul R. Grossl, Utah State University
    Poster #2039