666 Symposium --Black Carbon in Soils and Sediments: IV. Stability and Carbon Sequestration Potential
(S02 Soil Chemistry; Geochemical Society, International Humic Substances, S05 Pedology, S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils, S09 Soil Mineralogy, S11 Soils & Environmental Quality )

Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 1:25 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 360C
Daniel Olk
1:30 PM
Stability of Black Carbon/Biochar.
Johannes Lehmann, Cornell University
2:00 PM
Pyrogenic C as a Component of the C Cycle in Boreal Forests.
Caroline M. Preston, Natural Resources Canada; Werner Kurz, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre
2:30 PM
Mineralisation and Structural Modifications of Different Pyrogenic Materials by Microbiology Activities.
André Hilscher, Lehrstuhl für Bodenkunde, Technische Universität München; Christian Siewert, Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur, Forschungsanstalt für Gartenbau Weihenstephan; Heike Knicker, Lehrstuhl für Bodenkunde, Technische Universität München
2:45 PM
Biodegradation of Benzene-d6 Associated with Various Black Carbon Materials by Pseudomonas putida strain F1: A 2H NMR study.
Tu N. Pham, The University of Oklahoma; Samer AbuBakr, The University of Oklahoma; Kathleen E. Duncan, The University of Oklahoma; Margaret A. Eastman, Oklahoma State University; Mark A. Nanny, The University of Oklahoma
3:00 PM
3:15 PM
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Soils as Affected by Addition of Biochar.
Natalia Rogovska, Iowa State University; Pierce Fleming, USDA - ARS; Richard Cruse, Iowa State University; David Laird, USDA
3:30 PM
Assessing the Global Technical Potential for C Sequestration by Biomass Carbonization.
James E. Amonette, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
4:30 PM
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