World Congress of Soil Science Logo 18th World Congress of Soil Science
July 9-15, 2006 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
International Union of Soil Sciences
Monday, 10 July 2006 - Friday, 14 July 2006: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
118: 1.0WB Wetlands: Science and Management - Poster
Convenor:K. Ramesh Reddy, Univ. of Florida, Soil and Water Science Dept.
Space-time Trajectories of Soil Total Phosphorus in a Large Subtropical Wetland.
Gregory L. Bruland, Univ of Florida, IFAS, Todd Z. Osborne, Univ of Flo rida, IFAS, K. Ramesh Reddy, Univ of Florida, Soil and Water Science Dept, Sabine Grunwald, Soil & Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida, Susan Newman, South Florida Water Management District, William F. DeBusk, Escambia County Engineering Dept
Quantitative Assessment of Pedo-Biological Patterns in the Greater Everglades.
Sabine Grunwald, Soil & Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida, Todd Z. Osborne, Univ of Florida, IFAS, K. R. Reddy, Univ Of Florida-Soil & Water Science Dept
A Soils Perspective: Phosphorus Storage and Retention Within Degraded Isolated Wetlands of Agricultural Lands.
Ed Dunne, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida/IFAS, Mark W. Clark, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida/IFAS, K. R. Reddy, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida/IFAS
Feasibility of Using Ornamental Plants to Remove Nutrients From Treated Municipal Wastewater in Constructed Wetlands.
Zhenhua Zhang, Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, The Univ of Western Australia, Zed Rengel, Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, The Univ of Western Australia, Kathy Meney, Syrinx Environmental Pty Ltd
An Overview of Land Use and Change Proximate to Wetlands and Its Management Implications around the Great Lakes.
Yamille Cirino, USEPA Great Lakes National Program Office, Karen Rodriguez, USEPA Great Lakes National Program Office (G17J)
Effect of Forest Fire on CO2 and CH4 Fluxes from Soil.
Nishina N. Kazuya, Nagoya Univ, Chisato Takenaka, Nagoya Univ, Ishizuka S. Shigehiro, Forestry and Forest Product Research Institute
Effect of Time, Number and Tools of Second Tillage on (Juncus Sp.) Weed Population in Rice Paddy Field North of Iran.
Meysam Tamimi, Islamic Azad Univ-Karaj Branch, Mohammad Reza Ardakani, Nuclear Research Center for Agriculture and Medicine-Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Mohadesi, Rice Research Institute/Iran, Mojtaba Adraki, Islamic Azad Univ-Karaj Branch, Mohammad Mehdi Sharifi, Rice research Institute/Iran
Transformation of Humus Substances of Locally Hydromorphic Chernozems of the South of Russia.
Svetlana A. Tischenko, Rostov State Univ, Olga S. Bezuglova, Rostov State Univ
Sustainability to Waterflooding of Biological Properties of Different Chernozemes of Western Ciscaucasia.
Vera I. Strelkova, Rostov State Univ, Kamil Sh. Kazeev, Rostov State Univ
Clay Mineralogy and Morphology of some Wetland Soils from the Ganges Delta in Bangladesh.
Mohammad Sultan Hussain, Univ of Dhaka, Dept of Soil, Water and Environment, Mohammad Jashim Uddin, Univ of Dhaka, Dept of Soil, Water and Environment, Soheli Ferdous, KMP, Khulna.
Parameterized Soil Chemical Properties for Evaluating Methane Production from Rice Paddies.
Weiguo Cheng, Florida International Univ, Hiroko Akiyama, Natl Inst. for Agro-Env. Sci., Seiichi Nishimura, Natl Inst. for Agro-Env. Sci., Shigeto Sudo, Natl Inst. for Agro-Env. Sci., Kazuyuki Yagi, Natl Inst. for Agro-Env. Sci., Anne Hartley, Florida International Univ, J. Patrick Megonigal, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Interactions of Mycorrhizal Fungal Assemblages with Plants from a Florida Wetland.
David Sylvia, Penn State Univ, Ioannis Ipsalantis, Univ of Florida
Composition and Dynamics of Methanogenic Archaeal Community in Japanese Paddy Field Soils.
Takeshi Watanabe, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya Univ, Makoto Kimura, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya Univ, Susumu Asakawa, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya Univ
Soil Formation on Clay Limnoglacial Plains of North West Russia.
Natalia N. Matinian, Saint Petersburg Univ
Performance and Microbial Assessment of an Artificial Wetland.
Lesley A. Spokas, Univ of Massachusetts, Peter L.M. Veneman, Univ of Massachusetts, Stephen C. Simkins, Univ of Massachusetts
A Spectrophotometric Method for Aluminum in Histosols.
Lúcia Helena C. Anjos Sr., UFRRJ Soils Depto, Adierson Gilvani Ebeling Jr., UFRRJ, Daniel.V. Pérez, Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Solos/EMBRAPA, Gustavo Souza Valladares Jr., Embrapa Monitoramento por Satélite, Marcos Gervasio Pereira Sr., UFRRJ
Effect of dPAO and PAO on Treatment of Biological Nitrogen and Phosphorus of Sewage in Constructed Wetland.
Dong Cheol Seo, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, In Jae Cho, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, Lu Yuan, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, Ju Sik Cho, Dept of Biological Environment, Sunchon National Univ, Hong Jae Lee, Dept of Environmental Engineering, Jinju National Univ, Jong Soo Heo, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ
Optimum Conditions of dPAO in Constructed Wetland by Natural Purification System for Treatment of Biological Nitrogen and Phosphorus.
Dong Cheol Seo, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, In Jae Cho, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, Lu Yuan, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ, Ju Sik Cho, Dept of Biological Environment, Sunchon National Univ, Hong Jae Lee, Dept of Environmental Engineering, Jinju National Univ, Jong Soo Heo, Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National Univ
Effects of Short- and Long-Term Water Level Drawdown on Litter Quality in Peatlands.
Petra Vávrová, Peatland Ecology Group, Dept of Forest Ecology, Univ of Helsinki, Marjut Karsisto, Finnish Forest Research Institute, Vantaa Research Centre, Veikko Kitunen, Finnish Forest Research Institute, Vantaa Research Centre, Raija Laiho, Peatland Ecology Group, Dept of Forest Ecology, Univ of Helsinki
Subaqueous Landforms and Soils of Chincoteague Bay, Maryland, USA.
Danielle M. Balduff, Univ of Maryland, Martin C. Rabenhorst, Univ of Maryland
Redox Effects on Phosphorus Release Following Soil Deposition in a Riparian Wetland.
W. Dean Hively, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Loboratory, Rebecca Blank, Univ of Maryland, Greg McCarty, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Loboratory, Martin Rabenhorst, Univ of Maryland, Randy Rowland, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Loboratory, Omotomike Ogunwumiju, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Loboratory
Subaqueous Soils, Water Quality, and Estuary Health.
Margot K. Payne, Univ of Rhode Island, Mark H. Stolt, Univ of Rhode Island
The Physiochemical Controls on Selenium Release in Seasonally Flooded Soils.
Lindsay A. Robertson, MIRARCO, Laurentian Univ, Graeme A. Spiers, MIRARCO, Laurentian Univ, Joinal Abedin, MIRARCO, Laurentian Univ
Nitrate-Nitrogen Dynamics in Tributaries and Riparian Wetlands of North Central Florida.
Adrienne E. Frisbee, Univ of Florida, Dept of Soil and Water Science, Clark Mark, Univ of Florida, Dept of Soil and Water Science
Mid-Atlantic Hydric Soils Committee: Bridging the Soil Science and Wetland Science Communities.
Lenore Vasilas, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Ralph Spagnolo, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Bruce Vasilas, Univ of Delaware, Martin C. Rabenhorst, Univ of Maryland, John M. Galbraith, Virginia Tech
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Soil Characteristics and their Impacts on Macrophyte Diversity in Restored Wetlands in the Everglades National Park.
Angelique M. Keppler, Univ of Florida, K. R. Reddy, Wetland Biogeochemistry Laboratory, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida/IFAS

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