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
160: 3.5P New Methods for Large-Area Assessment of Soil Degradation - Poster
Anthropogenic Soil Contamination on Large Scale: Methods of Investigation, Assessment and Rehabilitation by Examples of Eastern Germany.
Karsten Grunewald Sr., Univ of Technologies Dresden
Thermal Conductivity in Clayey and Sandy Materials.
Juana Pérez Arias, ETSI Agrónomos-UPM, Manuel Antonio Henriquez Rodríguez, UCLA-agronomía, Ana M. Tarquis, ETSI Agrónomos-UPM, José María Gascó Montes, ETSI Agrónomos-UPM
NIR Spectroscopy for Large Area Assessment of Ecosystem Responses to Everglades Restoration.
Matthew Cohen, Soil and Water Science, Univ of Florida, Sabine Grunwald, Soil and Water Science, Univ of Florida, Mark Clark, Soil and Water Science, Univ of Florida, Ramesh Reddy, Soil and Water Science, Univ of Florida
Spatial Modelling of Soil Organic Carbon in a Tropical Agricultural Landscape of Western Kenya.
Tom Owiyo, Cornell Univ, Keith Shepherd, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Stephen D. DeGloria, Cornell Univ
Instruments to Evaluate the Agroecological and Environmental Deterioration in Motatan River Basin, Venezuela.
José Mendoza, Soil and Water Reasearch Group, Los Andes Univ, Edgar Jaimes, Soil and Water Reasearch Group, Los Andes Univ, Neida Pineda, Soil and Water Reasearch Group, Los Andes Univ, Yalitza Ramos, Univ Bolivariana de Venezuela, Juana Linares, Univ de Los Andes
Mapping Soil Salinity Using a Combined Spectral Response Index for Bare Soil and Vegetation: A Case Study in the Former Lake Texcoco, Mexico.
Norma Fernandez-Buces, Instituto de Geología, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México, Christina Siebe Grabach, Instituto de Geología, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México, José Luis Palacio, Dirección General de Estudios de Posgrado, Uinv Nacional Autónoma de México, Silke Cram, Instituto de Geografía, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México
VNIR (350-2500 nm) and MIR (2500-25000 nm) Diffuse Reflectance of Soil Organic Matter for Calcareous Soils in North Central Montana.
David J. Brown, Montana State Univ, Genevieve Steward, Montana State Univ - Bozeman, Keith D. Shepherd, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
Land Degradation Surveillance: A Spatial Framework for Characterization, Research and Development.
Markus Walsh, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), K. D. Shepherd, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), A. Awiti, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), T-G Vagen, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity: Past, Present, and Future Trends in Application.
Dennis Corwin, USDA-ARS, George E. Brown Jr. Salinity Laboratory
Rapid Techniques for Large-Area Detection of Soil Physical Degradation.
C. T. Omuto, Univ of Nairobi, K. D. Shepherd, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
Mapping Soil Salinity Risk Using Multivariate Geostatistics.
Annamaria Castrignanò, CRA - Agronomic Research Institute, Nicola Lopez, CRA - Agronomic Research Institute, Stefania Fanni, CRAS-ERA Sardegna, Rita Puddu, CRAS-ERA Sardegna
Evaluation of the Fitorremediation in Soil Polluted by Diesel.
Osmar R. Brito, UEL, Alex G. Pavanelli, UEL, Carmen L.B. Guedes, UEL, Lucimara J. Koga, UEL, Rafael M. Brito, UEL
Crop Production and Soil Salinity in the Tsunami Affected Areas of the Eastern Coast of Aceh Province, Indonesia.
Teuku Iskandar, Aceh Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology, Achmad Rachman, Indonesian Soil Research Institute, M. Nur, Aceh Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology, Malem McLeod, NSW Dept of Primary Industries, Tamworth, Kasdi Subagyono, Indonesian Soil Research Institute, Natalie Moore, NSW Dept of Primary Industries, Peter Slavich, NSW Dept of Primary Industries
Impact of Intensified Agriculture Practices in the Nazas-Aguanaval Watershed, Northern Mexico.
Jose L. Gonzalez Barrios, INIFAP, Luc Descroix, IRD, Juan Estrada Avalos, INIFAP, Rodolfo Jasso Ibarra, INIFAP, Ignacio Sanchez Cohen, INIFAP, Guillermo Gonzalez Cervantes, INIFAP, Ignacio Orona Castillo, INIFAP
Development of a Geographic Information System to Map Salinity Hazard in the Lower Macquarie River Valley.
John Triantafilis, The Univ of New South Wales, Sam Buchanan, The Univ of New South Wales, Inakwu Ominy A. Odeh, The Univ of Sydney
Microwave Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture from a Rover and Robotic Areial Platform: The Alabama Experiments.
Frank Archer, Center for Hydrology, Soil Climatology and Remote Sensing (HSCaRS); Alabama A&M Univ, Anatolij Shutko, Center for Hydrology, Soil Climatology and Remote Sensing (HSCaRS); Alabama A&M Univ, Tommy L. Coleman, Center for Hydrology, Soil Climatology and Remote Sensing (HSCaRS); Alabama A&M Univ, Alexander Haldin, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics (IRE); Russian Academy of Science (RAS), Igor Sidorov, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics (IRE), Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Evgeniy Novichiknin, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics (IRE); Russian Academy of Science (RAS)
Effects of Sample Preparation on VNIR (350-2500 nm) Diffuse Reflectance Predictions of Soil Organic and Inorganic C for Soils in North Central Montana.
David J. Brown, Montana State Univ, Genevieve Steward, Montana State Univ - Bozeman
Salinity Risk Modelling in Semi-Arid Australia: A Case Study in the Bourke Irrigation District, NSW.
Sam Buchanan, The Univ of New South Wales, John Triantafilis, The Univ of New South Wales
Long-Term Salinization Dynamics of Irrigated Soils in the Golodnaya Steppe (Uzbekistan) as Determined from the Remote Sensing Data.
Ekaterina V. Vilchevskaya, V.V. Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Natalya V. Kalinina, V.V. Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute
Quantifying Effects of Afforestation and Deforestation on Soil and Forest Floor Carbon Budgets throughout the Conterminous USA from 1900 to 2050.
Peter B. Woodbury, Crop and Soil Sciences Dept, Cornell Univ, Linda S. Heath, USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, James E. Smith, USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station
The Spatial Distribution and Area Coverage of Urine Depositions in Grazed Dairy or Sheep and Beef Pastures in New Zealand.
J.L. Moir, Centre for Soil and Environmental Quality, U. Fertsak, Institute of Hydraulics and Rural Water Management, K.C. Cameron, Centre for Soil and Environmental Quality, H.J. Di, Centre for Soil and Environmental Quality
Assessment of Total, Stable and Labile Carbon Using Visible, Near-Infrared Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy.
Gustavo M. Vasques, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida, Sabine Grunwald, Soil and Water Sci. Dept, Univ of Florida, James O. Sickman, Soil and Water Science Dept, Univ of Florida
Chesapeake Bay Riparian Forest and Wetland Buffer Inventory and Analysis Using a Geographic Information Systems Approach.
Raymond C. Crew, Penn State Univ, Rick L. Day, Penn State Univ
Spatial and Continuous Soil Information Monitoring by Field Server.
Masaru Mizoguchi, The Univ of Tokyo, Masayuki Hirafuji, National Agricultural Research Center, Tokihiro Fukatsu, National Agricultural Research Center, Takuji Kiura, National Agricultural Research Center, Kazuya Fujisawa, Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd, Mitsuru Wada, Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd, Seishi Ninomiya, National Agricultural Research Center

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