79 Hydrogeomorphology and Hydropedology: Emerging Disciplines that Embrace Earth and Soil Sciences

Oral Session
Joint Sessions


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Wednesday, 8 October 2008: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 350DEF

Roy Sidle , David Montgomery and Henry Lin
1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM
Beyond Hydric Soils: Applying Process to Soil Patterns through Hydropedological Research in the Coastal Temperate Rainforest of Southeastern Alaska
David D'Amore, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Rick Edwards, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Chien-Lu Ping, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Jacob Berkowitz, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; David Valentine, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
1:50 PM
Geomorphic Relationships in the Fragi Taxon across Pennsylvania: Clues to Genesis and Cementation Mechanisms
Patrick Drohan, The Pennsylvania State University; Sharon Waltman, National Geospatial Development Center; Brian Bills, The Pennsylvania State University; Stephen Dadio, CMX Engineering; Douglas Miller, The Pennsylvania State University; Edgar White, Pennsylvania State Office
2:05 PM
Chemical and Mineralogical Cementing Agents in Fragipans from Pennsylvania Parent Materials
Stephen Dadio, CMX Engineering; Patrick Drohan, The Pennsylvania State University; Trevor Clark, The Pennsylvania State University; Sarah Ogden, The Pennsylvania State University
2:20 PM
New Methods for Identifying and Quantifying Soil Redoximorphic Features
T. Kevin O'Donnell, University of Missouri-Columbia; Keith Goyne, University of Missouri-Columbia; Claire Baffaut, Cropping Systems and Water Quality Res. Unit; Stephen Anderson, University of Missouri-Columbia; Randall Miles, University of Missouri-Columbia; Kenneth Sudduth, Cropping Systems and Water Quality Research Unit
2:35 PM
Main Controls of Soil Moisture Dynamics in an Agricultural Landscape in Central Pennsylvania
Qiny Zhu, Penn State University; Hangsheng Lin, Pennsylvania State Univ.
2:50 PM
Weathering in the Himalayan Foreland
Amanda Christine Reynolds, University of Arizona; Jay Quade, University of Arizona; Hema Achyuthan, Anna University
3:05 PM
Scaling Phenomena Related to the Transfer of Storm Water from Forested Hillslopes to Headwater Channels
Roy Sidle, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University; Takashi Gomi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology; Tomomi Terajima, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
3:20 PM
3:50 PM
Vadose Zone Pseudokarst and Holocene Pedogenic Implications for Geomorphic Evolution of the White River Badlands, South Dakota
Patrick Burkhart, Slippery Rock University; Ranae Kowalczuk; Michael Jahn, EnviroGroup Ltd; David Coffman, Baylor University
4:05 PM
Effect of Forest Harvesting on Hydrogeomorphic Processes in Steep Terrain of Central Japan
Fumitoshi Imaizumi, University of Tsukuba; Roy Sidle, Kyoto University
4:20 PM
Late Pliocene (?) Landforms in the Subsurface, Sussex County Delaware
William E. Stephens Jr, Stephens Environmental Consulting, Inc; Russell Losco
4:50 PM
Shallow Landslide and Debris Flow Behavior and Linkages in Steep Terrain: Hydrogeomorphic Influences
Roy Sidle, Kyoto University; Fumitoshi Imaizumi, University of Tsukuba
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