241 Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Migitation from Lands Oral (includes student competition)

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Soil and Water Management and Conservation
Greenhouse gases contributing to global warming warming are over abundant, while burgeoning populations is increasing pressure on scarce resources. are Soil managment to reduce or mitigate agricultural greenhouse gas.  Croplands can be a net source or a net sink of greenhouse gas.  Increasing soil organic carbon  has mutualistic benefits in that it can shift agriculture from a net source to a net sink, in addition increasing soil organic carbon can improve over all soil heatlth.  This session will focus on strategiese to utilize managed lands (i.e., crop and grazinglands) to meet nation and international goals to mitigate greenhouse gas and improve soil health. challenges of Presentations that include greenhouse gas intensity or yield-scaled emissions

Approved for 2.5 NM CEUs

Tuesday, November 8, 2016: 10:10 AM-2:30 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Room 128 B

Jane M-F Johnson
10:10 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:15 AM
Tillage and Stover Removal Effects on Soil Nitrous Oxide and Methane Emissions from Irrigated Continuous Corn.
Virginia L. Jin, USDA-ARS; Marty R. Schmer, USDA-ARS; Catherine Stewart, USDA-ARS; Aaron J. Sindelar, USDA-ARS; Gary E. Varvel, USDA-ARS; Brian J. Wienhold, USDA-ARS
10:30 AM
Evaluating the Use of Enhanced Efficiency Nitrogen Fertilizer Products to Reduce Nitrous Oxide Emissions Under Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Conditions.
Cheyne Ogilvie, University of Saskatchewan; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Reynald Lemke, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Fran Walley, University of Saskatchewan
10:45 AM
Water Management Affected GHG Emissions and Microbial Community Pattern in a Clayey Soil of Central Italy.
Alessandra Lagomarsino, CREA-ABP; Alessandro Elio Agnelli, CREA-ABP; Bruce Linquist, University of California, Davis; Arlene Adviento-Borbe, USDA ARS; Rossana Monica Ferrara, CREA-SCA; Roberta Pastorelli, CREA-ABP; Grazia Pallara, University of Firenze; Daniel P. Rasse, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research - NIBIO; Hanna Silvennoinen, NIBIO
11:00 AM
Effect of Long-Term Differential Application of Inorganic Fertilizers and Farmyard Manure on Carbon Sequestration and GHG Emissions.
Harmanjit S Dhadli, Punjab Agricultural University; Babu S Brar, Punjab Agricultural University; Gurmeet Singh Dheri, Punjab Agricultural University; Gurbir Singh, Southern Illinois University
11:15 AM
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions Associated with 4R Nitrogen Management in Irrigated Canola.
Sarah Wilcott, University of Saskatchewan; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Reynald Lemke, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Dale Tomasiewicz, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
11:45 AM
Lunch Break
1:45 PM
Role of Prairie Shelterbelts in Mitigating Greenhouse Gases in Saskatchewan.
Ken C.J. van Rees, University of Saskatchewan; Chukwudi Amadi, University of Saskatchewan; Gurbir Dhillon, University of Saskatchewan; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Beyhan Y. Amichev, University of Saskatchewan
2:00 PM
Land Use Change Impacts on Soil Carbon Stocks in Two Forest Reserves in Southwest Nigeria.
Shade John Akinsete, University of Ibadan; David Pelster, International Livestock Research Institute; Labode Popoola, University of Ibadan
2:15 PM
Estimating the 1974-2015 Trend of Carbon Input By Crops into Agricultural Soils for Whole of Canada.
Jianling Fan, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Brian G. McConkey, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Darrel Cerkowniak, Agricultural and Agri-Food Canada
2:30 PM