274 Conservation Practices That Improve Environmental Quality: II

Poster Session
A05 Environmental Quality
This session aims to quantify the environmental quality benefits that conservation practices produce.

A05 Environmental Quality

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

James Ippolito
Poster #306
Deriving Satellite Crop Rotation Maps for Distributed Modeling of Water Quality in the Choptank River Watershed.
W. Dean Hively, USDA-ARS; Ali Sadeghi, USDA-ARS; Megan Lang, USDA-ARS; Varaprasad Bandaru, Univ. of Delaware; Gregory McCarty, USDA-ARS, Hydrology & Remote Sensing Lab.
Poster #307
Quantification of Soil Losses From Commercial Sod Production.
Jose Amador, Univ. of Rhode Island; David Millar, Univ. of Rhode Island; Mark Stolt, Univ. of Rhode Island
Poster #308
Water Quality Improvements On Grazed Pasture Watersheds as Influenced by Agroforestry and Grass Buffer.
Ranjith Udawatta, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia; Harold Garrett, Center for Agroforestry; Robert Kallenbach, Univ. of Missouri
Poster #309
Hydrograph Separations Can Identify Contaminant-Specific Pathways for Conservation Targeting in a Tile-Drained Watershed.
Mark Tomer, USDA-ARS; Thomas Moorman, USDA-ARS; Chris Wilson, Univ. of Iowa, C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory; Kevin Cole, USDA-ARS; Thomas Isenhart, Iowa State University; David Heer, Iowa State University
Poster #310
Assessment of Herbicide Transport in Central Missouri Watersheds Using a Process-Based Index Model.
Cammy Drost Willett, Univ. of Missouri; Robert N. Lerch, USDA-ARS, Cropping Systems & Water Quality Res. Unit; Maribeth Milner, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln; Mark L. Bernards, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln; Patrick Shea, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln
Poster #311
Streamlining the NEPA Compliance Process for NRCS Activities in New England and New York.
Christopher Jones, USDA-NRCS; Kristin Smith, USDA-NRCS; Kimberly McCracken, USDA-NRCS