158 Fate and Transport of Organic Contaminants

Oral Session
S11 Soils & Environmental Quality A broad range of organic micropollutants enter soil via agricultural and urban activities. These include persistent organic contaminants, human and veterinary pharmaceuticals, natural and synthetic hormones, surfactants, plasticizers, herbicides, insecticides, fire retardants, personal care products, perfluorochemicals, engineered nanoparticles and others. This session will cover novel advances and concepts in a number of areas including, but not limited to, analytical techniques, sorption and transport in soil, occurrence and fate in soils/sediments, biotic and abiotic transformations, contaminant occurrence and fate in wastewater treatment systems and receiving waters, transport and fate of engineered nanoparticles, wastewater discharge of endocrine disrupting compounds, and groundwater contamination.


Environmental Quality, Soil Chemistry
Monday, October 17, 2011: 7:55 AM-3:45 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 210B

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Hui Li , Clinton Williams , Qingguo Huang and Kuldip Kumar
Kuldip Kumar , Qingguo Huang , Clinton Williams and Hui Li
8:00 AM
Do Antibiotic Micropollutants Induce Resistance In Environmental Bacteria? A Review.
Jean McLain, USDA-ARS; Clinton Williams, USDA-ARS; Channah M. Rock, University of Arizona
8:15 AM
Soil Carbamazepine Concentrations Model Estimates and Field Data Comparisons.
John Watson, Pennsylvania State University; Charles Walker, USGS; Clinton Williams, USDA-ARS
8:45 AM
Dissipation of Three Veterinary Antimicrobials In Feedlot Manure Stockpiles.
Dani Degenhardt, National Hydrology Research Centre; Francis J. Larney, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Allan J. Cessna, National Hydrology Research Centre; Srinivas Sura, National Hydrology Research Centre; Andrew F. Olson, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Tim A. McAllister, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
9:00 AM
Concentrations of Free and Conjugated Estrogens, Antibiotics, and Their Degradates At Various Landscape Positions In An Agricultural Watershed Receiving Poultry Manure.
Sudarshan Dutta, University of Delaware; Shreeram Inamdar, University of Delaware; Jerry Tso, University at Buffalo; Diana Aga, University at Buffalo
9:15 AM
9:30 AM
Development of Swine Farms In Eastern China: Implications to Contamination of Soil and Water by Veterinary Antibiotics.
Haibo Zhang, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yongshan Chen, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yongming Luo, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Richard Loeppert, Texas A&M University
9:45 AM
10:00 AM
Determination of Optimal Conditions for Sample Storage and Preparation: Enhancing Estrogen Extraction From Soils.
Danielle Andrews, Pennsylvania State University; Emily Woodward, Pennsylvania State University; Jack Watson, Pennsylvania State University
10:15 AM
Field-Scale Monitoring of PPCP/EDC Transport At Active Golf Course Sites.
Michael Young, University of Texas, Austin; Robert Green, University of California-Riverside; Michael McCullough, Northern California Golf Association; Dale A. Devitt, University of Nevada Las Vegas; John Healey, Desert Research Institute
10:30 AM
Fate and Transport of Pharmaceuticals In Soil Turfgrass Systems Irrigated with Reclaimed Water.
Dale A. Devitt, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Lena Wright, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Michael Young, University of Texas, Austin
10:45 AM
Triclosan Concentrations Over Time In Agricultural Soil Amended with a High Rate of An Alkaline-Stabilized Biosolid.
Joseph D. Gillis, Nova Scotia Agricultural College/Dalhousie University; Gordon W. Price, Nova Scotia Agricultural College/Dalhousie University
11:00 AM
Enzyme Catalyzed Oxidative Coupling Processes: An Alternative Scheme to Remove Emerging Micropollutants From Water.
Qingguo Huang, University of Georgia; Qi Luo, University of Georgia; Rashmi Singh, University of Georgia; Lina Zhou, University of Georgia
11:15 AM
Transformation of Sulfadimethoxine In Soil Mediated by Laccase and Horseradish Peroxidase.
Rashmi Singh, University of Georgia - Griffin; Qingguo Huang, University of Georgia - Griffin; Sudeep Sidhu, University of Georgia - Griffin
11:30 AM
12:45 PM
Antibiotic Uptake by Vegetable Crops From Manure-Applied Soils.
Dong-Hee H. Kang, University of Minnesota; Satish Gupta, University of Minnesota; Carl Rosen, University of Minnesota; Vincent Fritz, University of Minnesota; Helene Murray, University of Minnesota; Ashok Singh, University of Minnesota; Yogesh Chander, University of Minnesota
1:00 PM
Plant Triclosan (TCS) Accumulation From Biosolids-Amended Soils.
Manmeet Waria, Department of Soil and Water Science; Gurpal Toor, Soil & Water Quality Laboratory, Gulf Coast Research & Education Center. University of Florida; George O'Connor, Department of Soil and Water Science; Patrick Wilson, University of Florida Indian River Research & Education Center
1:15 PM
Behavior Characteristics and Environmental Control of Tylosin In Soil and Manure.
Jim J. Wang, Louisiana State University; Zehua Zhou, Louisiana State University; Jianjun Du, Louisiana State University; Jianglong Yang, Louisiana State University; Muhammad Ali, Louisiana State University; Changyoon Jeong, Louisiana State University; Dongcheol Seo, Louisiana State University; Ronald DeLaune, Louisiana State University; Lewis Gaston, Louisiana State University; Amitava Roy, Louisiana State University; Syam Dodla, Louisiana State University
1:30 PM
Sorption of Estrogens to Colloidal Material: Of Swine Manure and Soil Origin.
Jacob Prater, Iowa State University; Teresita Chua, Iowa State University; Michael Thompson, Iowa State University; Robert Horton, Agronomy Department
1:45 PM
Effects of Cu and Ca On Ciprofloxacin Transport In Saturated Porous Media.
Hao Chen, University of Florida; Bin Gao, University of Florida; Lena Ma, Unversity of Florida
2:00 PM
2:15 PM
Degradation of Pharmaceutical and Industrial Compounds In Soil.
Laurel Dodgen, University of California-Riverside; Jay (Jianying) Gan, University of California
2:30 PM
Fate of [14C] Metolachlor In Different Soil Types Under Anaerobic and Aerobic Environmental Conditions.
Ramdas Kanissery, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Gerlad Sims, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
2:45 PM
Acetochlor Concentration and Loss In Tile Drainage Water As Affected by Application Rate.
Jeffrey Vetsch, University of Minnesota; Gyles Randall, University of Minnesota; Ron Struss, Minnesota Department of Agriculture; Bill VanRyswyk, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
3:00 PM
Assessment of Various Methods for Fumigant Emission Reduction Using Simulation Model.
Lifang Luo, University of California-Riverside/ US Salinity Lab; Scott Yates, USDA-ARS, USSL; Daniel Ashworth, University of California-Riverside; Jirka Simunek, University of California-Riverside
3:15 PM
Measure and Model Dissolution of Explosive Compounds TNT, RDX, and HMX Under Continuous Flow Conditions.
Chao Wang, University of Delaware; Mark E. Fuller, Shaw Environmental Inc.; Volha Lazouskaya, Shaw Environmental Inc.; Charles Schaefer, Shaw Environmental Inc.; Jeff L. Caplan, University of Delaware; Yan Jin, University of Delaware