124 Constructed and Treatment Wetlands

Poster Session
S10 Wetland Soils
Ecologically engineered wetland systems are designed to provide enhanced ecosystem services. Although these systems are often considered from a water quality or quantity perspective they can also be designed and operated as carbon and other nutrient sequestering systems.

A05 Environmental Quality, Soils & Environmental Quality

Monday, November 2, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor

John White
Poster #1434
Nutrient Cycling in Midwestern Agricultural Wetlands in Response to Altered Hydrologic Regimes.
Allyson Smith, Indiana Univ. Purdue Univ. Indianapolis; Pierre-Andre Jacinthe, Indiana Univ. Purdue Univ. Indianapolis; Lenore Tedesco, Indiana Univ. Purdue Univ. Indianapolis
Poster #1500
Trace Metals in the Sediments of Water Conservation Area–2A of the Everglades, Florida.
S.S. Dhaliwal, Punjab Agricultural Univ.; Gurpal Toor, Univ. of Florida; Susan Newman, South Florida Water Manage. District; Todd Osborne, Univ. of Florida
Poster #1502
Dynamic Properties of Icelandic Wetland Soils.
Pall V. Kolka, Ohio State Univ.; Brian Slater, Ohio State Univ.; Olafur Arnalds, The Agricultural Univ. of Iceland
Poster #1503
Phosphorus Retention Capacity of a Pilot Stormwater Treatment Area in the Lake Okeechobee Basin.
Yu Wang, Univ. of Florida; K. Ramesh Reddy, Univ. of Florida; Vimala Nair, Univ. of Florida; Rodolfo Villapando, South Florida Water Manage. District
Poster #1504
Phosphorus Mobilization in Bald Cypress Rhizospheres Grown in Wetland Soils.
Colby Moorberg, North Carolina State Univ.; Michael Vepraskas, North Carolina State Univ.; Christopher Niewoehner, North Carolina State Univ.
Poster #1505
Poster #1506
Effect of Polyaluminum Chloride and Struvite Amendments On Phosphorus Removal in Constructed Wetlands Treated with Swine Wastewater.
Gudigopuram Reddy, North Carolina A&T State Univ.; Johnsely Cyrus, North Carolina A&T State Univ.; Dean Forbes, North Carolina A&T State Univ.; Patrick Hunt, USDA-ARS
Poster #1507
Factors Associated with the Optimal Resource Recovery of Mine Drainage Precipitates From a Passive Remediation Wetland System.
Rosemary Capo, Univ. of Pittsburgh; Elizabeth Chapman, Univ. of Pittsburgh; Robert Hedin, Iron Oxide Recovery, Inc.
Poster #1508
Carbon Accumulation in Created Temperate Wetlands: Temporal and Spatial Soil Development.
Blanca Bernal, Ohio State Univ.; William Mitsch, Ohio State Univ.
Poster #1509
Wetland Soils Phosphorus Criteria Development.
Vimala Nair, Univ. of Florida; Mark Clark, Univ. of Florida; K. Ramesh Reddy, Univ. of Florida
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