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
132: 1.6A Imprint of Environmental Change on Paleosols - Poster
Convenor:Edoardo A.C. Costantini, CRA-ISSDS
Development of Vertisols of Northern Caucasus River Valleys During the Last 5500 years.
Alexander V. Borisov, Institute of Soil Science Problems, Andrey B. Belinsky, State Enterprise “Nasledie”, Sergey V. Lyakhov, State Enterprise “Nasledie”
Gypsic, Natric, and Barite Paleosols in the Carroza Formation, La Popa Basin, Mexico, and Potential Applications of Pedogenesis to Salt Tectonics and Petroleum Exploration.
Brenda J. Buck, Univ of Nevada Las Vegas, Amy Brock, Univ of Nevada, Las Vegas, Timothy F. Lawton, New Mexico State Univ
Genesis of a Polycyclic Quaternary Terra Rossa (Bathi-Luvi Rhodic Cambisol on Rhodic Nitisol) in Central Italy.
Simone Priori, Earth Sciences Dept, Univ of Siena,, Edoardo A.C. Costantini, CRA - Experimental Institute for Soil Study and Conservation, Enrico Capezzuoli, Earth Sciences Dept, Univ of Siena, Fabio Sandrelli, Earth Sciences Dept, Univ of Siena, Giuseppe Protano, Environmental Sciences Dept, Univ of Siena
Paleosols and Environmental Changes in Southeastern European Steppes during Second Part of Holocene.
Vitaly A. Demkin, Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems of Soil Science, RAS, Tat'ana S. Demkina, Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems of Soil Science, RAS
An Accumulative Pedogenic Process in Chinese Loess Plateau.
Xue-feng Hu, Dept of Environmental Science and Engineering, Shanghai Univ
Interpreting Sedimentation Patterns and Paleoclimate from Paleosol Sequences of the Triassic-Jurassic Hartford Basin Rift Valley, Connecticut, USA.
Cynthia Stiles, Univ of Wisconsin, Elizabeth H. Gierlowski-Kordesch, Ohio Univ
Evidence of Sub-Tropical Humid Climate Paleosols from Paleocene-Eocene Sequences in the Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA.
Cynthia Stiles, Univ of Wisconsin, D. Clay Kelly, Univ of Wisconsin, Elizabeth Clechenko, Univ of Wisconsin, Kathleen F. Bolger, Univ of Wisconsin, Eric D. Shullenberger, Univ of Wisconsin
Properties of Buried Soils at the Somma Vesuviana Ruins of Ancient Rome, Italy.
Yudzuru Inoue, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institue of Technology, Jamsranjav Baasansuren, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institue of Technology, Makiko Watanabe, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institue of Technology, Hiroyuki Kamei, Graduate School of Information Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Paleosols and Pedosediments of the Early-Middle Pleistocene Red Sediments (Scythian clays) of the Southern Russian Platform.
Svyatoslav A. Inozemtsev, Moscow State Univ, Dept of Soil Science, Andrey E. Dodonov, Geological Institute, RAS
Construction Techniques of Burial Mounds as an Essential Subject Matter of Paleosol Studies.
Alexander O. Makeev, Moscow State Univ, Soil Institute
PaleoVertisols in Russia and USA: the Use of Stable Isotopes, Morphology and Microfabrics for Reconstructions of Environmental Changes and Soil Processes.
Irina V. Kovda, Institute of Geography, Claudia Mora, Univ of Tennessee, Lawrence P. Wilding, Dept of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M Univ
Contemporary Iron Stone Formation Due to Acid Sulfate Soil Processes.
Leigh A. Sullivan, Southern Cross Univ, Richard Bush, Southern Cross Univ, Edward Burton, Southern Cross Univ

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