World Congress of Soil Science Logo 18th World Congress of Soil Science
July 9-15, 2006 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
International Union of Soil Sciences
Tuesday, 11 July 2006: 10:15 AM-12:15 PM
39: AS Acid Sulfate Soils: Technological Advances Enabling Better Management - Theater
Presiding:Leigh Sullivan, Southern Cross University
Convenors:Delvin Fanning, "Univ. of Maryland,HJ Patterson"
Robert Fitzpatrick, "CSIRO, Land and Water"
Geochemical Dynamics of Sedimentary Iron in Waterways from Acid-Sulfate Soil Landscapes.
Edward Burton, Southern Cross University, Richard T. Bush, Southern Cross University, Leigh A. Sullivan, Southern Cross University
Characterization of Acidity and its Management in Wetland Ecosystem of Tropics.
Usha Pankajam Bhaskaran, Kerala Agricultural Univ, College of Agriculture, Thomas Varghese, Kerala Agricultural Univ, College of Agriculture
Oxidation Pathways of Monosulfidic Black Ooze.
Diane M. Fyfe, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Richard T. Bush, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Nicholas J. Ward, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research
Controlled Drainage and Lime Filter Drains as means To Combat Drainage-Induced Adverse Environmental Impacts of Acid Sulphate Soils in Finland.
Ilona Bärlund, Finnish Environment Institute, Sirkka Tattari, Finnish Environment Institute, Mats Åström, Department of Biology and Environmental Science, Kalmar University, Markku J. Yli-Halla, Department of Applied Chemistry and Microbiology, University of Helsinki, Heikki Harmanen, Seinäjoki Polytechnic, School of Agriculture and Forestry
Ecotoxicological Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soils Using Daphnia Carinata.
Chuxia Lin, South China Agricultural Univ
Pyrite Formation in Amir-Kalaye Marsh in the North of Iran.
Hossein Torabi-Golsefidi, Faculty of Agriculture, Shahed University
Constraints of Acid Sulfate Soils Converted from Rice to Shrimp Culture in Coastal Areas of Ca Mau Province, Vietnam.
Guong Vo Thi, Can Tho University, Quang Tri Le, Can Tho University, Truong Giang Thai, Can Tho University
Investigation of Sulfidic Sediments in a Coastal Lake Impacted by Urban Development.
Bernard Powell, Department of Natural Resources, Leigh Sullivan, Southern Cross University, Richard T. Bush, Southern Cross University, Edward Burton, Southern Cross University
Modeling, Measurement of Acidity Transport from Drained Acid Sulfate Soils.
Freeman J. Cook, CSIRO Land and Water, David W. Rassam, CSIRO Land and Water, Ted A. Gardner, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Geoffrey D. Carlin, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems
Application of Compost from Sugarcane Filter Cake to Alleviate Al Toxicity and to Improve Sugarcane Production on Acid Sulfate Soils.
Vien Minh Duong, Cantho University, Thi Guong Vo, Cantho University, Minh Dong Nguyen, Cantho University, Thi Kim Phuong Nguyen, Cantho University
A proposed Sequential Extraction Method for Metals Optimized for Acid Sulfate Soil Materials.
Salirian Claff, Southern Cross University, Edward Burton, Southern Cross University, Leigh Sullivan, Southern Cross University, Richard T. Bush, Southern Cross University
Fractionation and Extractability of Sulfur, Iron and Trace Elements in Sulfidic Wetland Soils.
Edward Burton, Southern Cross University, Richard T. Bush, Southern Cross University, Leigh A. Sullivan, Southern Cross University
Micromorphology and Chemical Composition of Naturally Occurring Jarosite in Coastal Floodplain Acid Sulfate Soils from Eastern Australia.
Nadia R. Toppler, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Southern Cross University, Richard T. Bush, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Southern Cross University, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Southern Cross University
Sulfur Isotope Ratios Applied to Acid Sulfate Soil Materials.
Crystal A. Maher, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Richard T. Bush, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research
The Influence of Naturally Occurring Schwertmannite on Sulfur Biomineralization in Coastal Acid Sulfate Soils Landscapes.
S. P. Henderson, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), L. A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), R. T. Bush, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), E. D. Burton, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR)
Conversion of Naturally Occurring Schwertmannite to Hematite by Controlled Heating: Implications for Soluble Acidity and Titratable Actual Acidity.
S. P. Henderson, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), L. A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), R. T. Bush, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR), E. D. Burton, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soils Research (CASSR)
Developing Australian Standards for Analysis of Acid Sulfate Soil—A Step Towards International Standards.
Angus E. McElnea, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Col R. Ahern, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Glenn Barry, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Steven Dobos, Dobos & Associates, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Southern Cross University
Schwertmannitic Coatings on Subsoil Macropores of Coastal Acid Sulfate Soil Landscapes in Eastern Australia and Implications for Groundwater Geochemistry.
Leigh A. Sullivan, Southern Cross University, Yasmin Cabot, Southern Cross University, Richard Bush, Southern Cross University, Edward Burton, Southern Cross University
The Reduction Rates of Fe and SO42- in Some Acid Sulphate Soils in Southern Vietnam.
Tran Kim Tinh, Department of Soil Science, Agronomy Faculty, Can Tho University, S. Ingvar Nilsson, Department of Soil Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Ingrid Öborn, Dept. of Soil Sciences
Pollution of Some Toxic Metals (Al, As, Cd, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zn) ) in canal water leached out from Acid Sulphate Soils in the Mekong Delta-Vietnam in Relation To Available Concentration of These Metals in Soils.
My Hoa Nguyen, Cantho University, Vietnam, Tri Cuong Huynh, Cantho University, Kim Tinh Tran, Cantho University
A Comparison Between a Laboratory Chromium Reducible Sulfur Technique and a Reduced Inorganic Sulfur Analyzer for the Determination of Reduced Inorganic Sulfur in Acid Sulfate Soils.
Crystal A. Maher, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Kerr Geoff, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research
Weathering of Acid-Sulfate Clays ("Cat Clays") and Its Impacts in Landfill Situations.
Elly Triegel, Triegel & Associates, Inc.
The Importance of Understanding Possible Chemical Interactions in the Routine Testing Used to Assess the Acid Producing Potential and the Acid Neutralization Potential of Soils.
Joan Elizabeth Thomas, Jefferson Lab, Roger St C. Smart, University of South Australia, Andrea Gerson, University of South Australia, Paul Weber, Solid Energy NZ Ltd., Russell Schumann, Levay & Co. Environmental Services, George Levay, Levay & Co. Environmental Services, Stuart Miller, Environmental Geochemistry International Pty. Ltd., Warwick Stewart, Environmental Geochemistry International Pty. Ltd.
Challenging the Conceptual Model used for Acid Sulfate Soil Mapping on the East Coast of Australia.
Don T. Malcolm, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Shane M. Pointon, Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Colin Ahern, Queensland Department of Natural Resources
Chemical Characteristics of Monosulfidic Black Ooze in Northern NSW Australia.
Salirian Claff, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Diane M. Fyfe, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research, Leigh A. Sullivan, Centre for Acid Sulfate Soil Research

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