291 Symposium--Building Resilience to Face Climate Change in China-US Collaborative Research

Oral Session
ASA Section: Global Agronomy
Studying climate impacts on agricultural production through soil science, plant science, and atmospheric science has become a growing research area in recent years. Emerging insights from adaptive agricultural management and climate-smart agriculture suggest that building resilience to face climate change is a sustainable path to deal with future climate changes, food security, and water resource challenges. This symposium will include not only research reports to inform our understanding of climate response capacity in agricultural systems but also, equally importantly, research collaboration activities conducted in China and United States over recent years.

Approved for 3.0 PD CEUs


U.S.-Sino Agricultural Research Forum Community

ASA Section: Climatology and Modeling
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems

Global Climate Change Community
Agroclimatology and Agronomic Modeling Community

Tuesday, November 8, 2016: 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Room 226 C

Xiaomao Lin and Gary Feng
Gary Feng
2:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
2:05 PM
Building Resilience to Climate Change: Adaptive Agricultural Management Based on Crop, Soil, and Water Sciences.
Steven R. Evett, USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory; Yinong Li, Institute of Water and Hydropower Resources; Susan A. O'Shaughnessy, USDA-ARS; Paul D. Colaizzi, USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory
2:30 PM
Corn Hybrids Adapted to Climate Change in Northeast China.
Xiaoguang Yang, China Agricultural University; Jin Zhao, China Agricultural University; Zhijuan Liu, China Agricultural University; Shuo Lv, China Agricultural University
2:45 PM
Crop Yield and Water-Use Efficiency Responses to Climatic Variability in the U.S. Southern Great Plains.
Qingwu Xue, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Jin Zhao, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Xiaomao Lin, Kansas State University; Thomas H Marek, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Shuyu Liu, Texas Agrilife Research-Amarillo; Jackie C. Rudd, Texas A&M AgriLife Research
3:00 PM
Impacts of Climate Change on Rice and Wheat Production in China-a Simulation Study.
Liang Tang, Nanjing Agricultural University; Yan Zhu, Nanjing Agricultural University; Leilei Liu, Nanjing Agricultural University; Weixing Cao, Nanjing Agricultural University; Ganghua Li, Nanjing Agricultural University
3:15 PM
Effect of Tillage and Residue Management on SOC and Response to Global Warming.
Glenn V. Wilson, USDA-ARS; Ruixing Hou, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research; Ouyang Zhu, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research; Yunsheng Li, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3:30 PM
3:45 PM
4:00 PM
Climate Change in China Semi-Arid Region and Potato Sowing Dates Adaptation.
Xuebiao Pan, China Agricultural University; Qi Hu, China Agricultural University; Ning Yang, China Agricultural University
4:15 PM
Using Trial and Error Method to Estimate the Extinction Coefficient of Rice Varieties for Oryza 2000 with Contrasting Plant Architecture.
Bingshuai Cao Sr., College of Resources and Environment, China Agricultural University; Baoguo Li, China Agricultural University; yuntao ma, College of Resources and Environment, China Agricultural University; Shan Hua, Key Laboratory of Plant-Soil Interactions; Chuanqing Sun, State Key Laboratory of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
4:30 PM
Developing Climate Resilient Crops Using Stress-Associated Proteins, SAP10 and SAP13, for Providing Tolerance to Multiple Abiotic Stresses.
Om Parkash Dhankher, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Anirudha R. Dixit, 2John F. Kennedy Space Center; Parul R Tomar, University of Massachusetts Amherst
4:45 PM
Concluding Remarks
5:00 PM