Biochar Use for Improving Environmental Quality: II

Wednesday, November 4, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor
Presiding:
James A. Ippolito
Preliminary Evaluation of Coal- and Biomass-Derived Chars as Beneficial Soil Amendments.
Harry M. Edenborn, Natl. Energy Technology Lab, U.S. Dep. of Energy; Edgar Klunder, Natl. Energy Technology Lab, U.S. Dep. of Energy; Murphy Keller, Natl. Energy Technology Lab, U.S. Dep. of Energy; David Luebke, Natl. Energy Technology Lab, U.S. Dep. of Energy; Sherie L. Edenborn, Chatham Univ.
Lime and Fertilizer Value of Poultry Litter Ash.
Regina (Suzy) Lucas, West Virginia Univ.; Louis M. McDonald, West Virginia Univ.; Basden Tom, West Virginia Univ.
Effects of Biochar On Soil Properties and Corn and Wheat Yield.
Jeffrey G. White, North Carolina State Univ.; Robert D. Walters, North Carolina State Univ.; Michael D. Boyette, North Carolina State Univ.
Biochar Effects On Fertilizer N and P Availability in Soil.
Sandra Agudelo, Kansas State Univ.; Nathan O. Nelson, Kansas State Univ.; Jing Gan, Kansas State Univ.; Wenqiao Yuan, Kansas State Univ.
Effects of Biochar Addition On N2O and CO2 Fluxes From Three Agricultural Soils as Related to Water-Filled Pore Space.
Natalia Rogovska, Iowa State Univ.; Richard Cruse, Iowa State Univ.; David Laird, USDA-ARS, Natl. Soil Tilth Lab.; Timothy B. Parkin, USDA-ARS, Natl. Soil Tilth Lab.