172 Soil Hydrology - Patterns and Process Interactions in Space and Time: II

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soil Physics
This symposium emphasizes measurement and simulation-based estimates of soil hydrological processes for prediction of space-time patterns in a landscape or watershed context. Studies addressing transport and storage of water and associated chemicals and sediment are welcome. Treatment of soil as a non-static, living medium is encouraged. Soil change and soil climatology focusing on water, vegetation, and land management as the change agents are particularly relevant topics. Integration of ground-based and remotely sensed data into conceptual and process models along with spatial statistical analyses will be presented. Various methods may be used to improve understanding of process interactions and estimation of soil and water variables in space and time.

Soil & Water Management & Conservation

Monday, November 3, 2014: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC

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Timothy R. Green , Ole Wendroth and Hangsheng Lin
Timothy R. Green and Hangsheng Lin
Poster #1410
Using NIR Spectroscopy to Predict Sorption of Contaminants at Field Scale.
Marcos Paradelo, Aarhus University; Maria Knadel, Faculty of Science and Technology, Aarhus University; Per Moldrup Sr., Aalborg University; Ty Paul Ferre, University of Arizona; Lis W. de Jonge, Aarhus University
Poster #1411
Soil Moisture Controls Beyond Darcy Scale.
Binayak P. Mohanty, Texas A&M University; Nandita Gaur, Texas A&M University
Poster #1412
Infiltration and Runoff for Variable Rainfall As Affected By Vegetative Buffers.
Syaharudin Zaibon, University of Missouri; Stephen H. Anderson, University of Missouri; Allen L Thompson, University of Missouri; Ranjith P. Udawatta, University of Missouri
Poster #1413
Application of Wavelet Transform to Predict Soil Volumetric Water Content from Surface Measurements.
Mingming Qin, Rutgers University; Daniel Gimenez, Rutgers University; Robert Miskewitz, Rutgers University
Poster #1414
Modelling Tile Drainage Discharge Using a Linear Reservoir Model.
Bo V. Iversen, Aarhus University; Rasmus Jes Petersen, Aarhus University; Steen Christensen, Aarhus University; Keld RÝmer Rasmussen, Aarhus University; Charlotte Kjśrgaard, Aarhus University
Poster Presentation
  • Poster_LB_BVI.pdf (476.8 kB)
  • Poster #1415
    Effective Rainfall, Water Yield, and Groundwater Recharge Under Different Crops Across the Brazos Watershed, TX.
    Ali Fares, Prairie View A&M University; Ripendra Awal, Prairie View A&M University; Alton B. Johnson, Prairie View A&M University; Ram Ray, Prairie View A&M University
    Poster Presentation
  • Awal_SSSA_Oct_310_2014.pdf (1.3 MB)
  • Poster #1416
    Hydro-Ecological Implications of Tephra Layers in the High-Elevation Meadows of the Southern Sierra Nevada.
    Chelsea Arnold, University of California-Merced; Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, University of California-Merced; Teamrat Ghezzehei, University of California-Merced
    Poster #1417
    Frequency and Control of Preferential Flow Occurrence in the Shale Hills Catchment: From the Hillslope to the Catchment Scales.
    Hu Lin, The Pennsylvania State Univ., University; Hangsheng Lin, Pennsylvania State University
    Poster #1418
    Temporal Dynamics and Stability of Spatially Measured Soil Water Status in Crop and Grass Systems.
    Yang Yang, University of Kentucky; Ole Wendroth, University of Kentucky; Riley Jason Walton, University of Kentucky
    Poster #1420
    Impacts of Increased over-Winter Precipitation on Dryland Cereal Production Systems in the Pacific Northwest.
    Nicole K Ward, University of Idaho; Fidel Maureira, Washington State University; Erin Brooks, University of Idaho; Matt Yourek, University of Idaho; Claudio O. Stockle, Washington State University
    Poster #1422
    Spatio-Temporal Variability of Soil Water Pressure Head in Crop Sequences Under No-till System.
    Jose Garrido Beraldo, S√£o Paulo Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology (IFSP); Ole Wendroth, University of Kentucky; Paulo Estev„o Cruvinel, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
    Poster #1423
    Response of Soil Pipe Collapse Features to Land Management and Soil Hydropedology.
    Glenn V. Wilson, USDA-ARS; J.R. Rigby, USDA/ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory; Seth M. Dabney, USDA-ARS
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA Wilson Poster 2014 [Compatibility Mode].pdf (322.3 kB)
  • Poster #1424
    Modeling Soil Hydraulic Properties Evolution during Consolidation Process Under Saturated Condition.
    Yann Periard, Laval University; Silvio Josť Gumiere, Universitť Laval
    Poster Presentation
  • Periard&al2014posterSSSA3.pdf (4.2 MB)
  • Poster #1425
    Exposed Streambed Sediments: A Source of Pathogen, Sediment, Nitrogen, DOC, and Phosphorus Loading to Surface Water.
    Steven Frey, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada; Natalie Gottschall, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Graham Wilkes, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada; Ed Topp, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Katarina Pintar, Public Health Agency of Canada; David Lapen, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada