152 Climate Change Impacts on Soils: Understanding and Estimating the Extent and Rates of Reactions, Processes, Interactions and Feedbacks

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soil Chemistry
Climate change projected to occur this century [i.e., high atmospheric CO2 concentrations (of 400 ppm or greater); increasing air temperatures (2-4 0C or greater); intensive rainfall and/or heavy storms; extended periods of drought; extreme frost; significant changes in the daily, seasonal and inter-annual temperature cycles; heat-waves and increased fire frequency] will significantly impact soils, and crop productivity, food security, water supplies and environmental quality.   

Objective:  The objective of the session is to address some of the most challenging scientific issues related to climate change effects on soil and terrestrial ecosystems and delineate future needs in this important and rapidly expanding area of research.  We will seek invited and contributed papers on the impact of climate change in the following six topics:   weathering of soil minerals, soil C pools and cycling, microbiological and vegetation shits, interaction between plant and soil communities, soil loss and health, and soil thawing and greenhouse gas burst.


Soil Physics
Soils & Environmental Quality
Soil Mineralogy
Soil Biology & Biochemistry
Urban and Anthropogenic Soils

Global Climate Change Community

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

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Nik Qafoku , Thomas Borch , Zamir Libohova , Aaron Thompson , Markus Tuller , Mary E. Stromberger , Gurpal S Toor and Saseendran Anapalli
Samira Daroub
Poster #1104
Index-Based Logistic Modeling: A New Approach to Assessing Biodegradability and Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Soil Pyrogenic Carbons.
Omar Harvey, University of Southern Mississippi; Li-Jung Kuo, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Poster #1105
Fifteen Years of Soil Climate Monitoring on the North Slope of Alaska.
Cathy A. Seybold, USDA-NRCS; Deborah S Harms, National Soil Survey Center
Poster #1106
Assessing the Impact, Vulnerability and Adaptation of Agroecosystems to Climate Change in Entre Ríos, Argentina.
Ana B. Wingeyer, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria; Octavio Caviglia, INTA Paraná; Ricardo Melchiori, INTA - National Inst. of Agricultural Technology - Argentina
Poster Presentation
  • ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2014 - CC Wingeyer.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #1107
    Organic Matter in Holocene Paleosols at the Farwell Site, Nebraska.
    Najwa Alnsour, North Carolina State University; Llewin Froome, Iowa State University; Alan Wanamaker, Iowa State University; E.A. Bettis III, University of Iowa; Michael L. Thompson, Iowa State University
    Poster #1108
    Plant Residue Decay in Diverse Canadian Soils.
    Edward G Gregorich, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Benjamin Ellert, Lethbridge Research Centre; Henry Janzen, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Bobbi Helgason, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Poster #1109
    Artificial Macropore Installation in Degraded Soils for Enhancing Infiltration to Restore Soil Environment.
    Yasushi Mori, Okayama University; Atsushi Fujihara, Shimane University; Kazuto Yamagishi, Shimane University
    Poster #1110
    Effects of Flooding on Soil Fertility at the Microtopographical Scale.
    Lindsey Ruhl, University of Vermont; Josef Gorres, University of Vermont
    Poster #1111
    Summer Monsoon Rains Affect Extracellular Enzyme Activity of Soil Microbial Communities Living Beneath Tree Canopies in a Piñon-Juniper Woodland.
    Daniel Warnock, University of New Mexico; Robert Sinsabaugh, University of New Mexico; Marcy Litvak, University of New Mexico
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA PJ soils poster 2014.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #1112
    CO2 Flux from a Japanese Tropical Soil Applied with Glucose and Starch.
    Katsutoshi Mizuta, Soka University; Shinjiro Sato, Soka University
    Poster Presentation
  • sssa2014.pdf (2.5 MB)
  • Poster #1113
    Applying Relaxed Eddy Accumulation to Measure CH4 Gas Exchange Rate Between the Sea Surface and the Atmosphere.
    Kosuke Noborio, Meiji University; Shujiro Komiya, Meiji University; Fumiyashi Kondo, National Institutes for Environmental Studies; Shinsuke Aoki, Meiji University; Mitsuo Uematsu, The University of Tokyo; Ryo Matsumoto, Meiji University
    Poster Presentation
  • 2014 SSSA_poster_Noborio.pdf (23.3 MB)