257 Global Importance and Progress of Reducing Anthropogenic Emissions of Nitrous Oxide From Cropping Systems: II

Poster Session
S04 Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition A Poster session for interested members who are hoping to participate in the symposia with the same focus and name. Posters will address the current state of knowledge regarding known and theoretical impacts of nitrous oxide in the atmosphere and the effective means of reducing emmissions from cropping systems.


Environmental Quality, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition, Nutrient Management & Soil & Plant Analysis
Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 1:20 PM-3:20 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Hall C

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Bryan Hopkins
Poster #204
Trace Gas Emissions During Manure Spreading At Field and Lab Scale: Ammonia.
Seungo Kim, Clarkson University; Michael Jahne, Clarkson University; Jessica A. Castilleja, Texas A&M University; Stefan Grimberg, Clarkson University; Thomas Holsen, Clarkson University; Shane Rogers, Clarkson University
Poster #205
Time-Depth Profiles of NO and N2O Concentrations In Andisols As Affected by Urea Placement: Comparison Among Field, Laboratory and Numerical Experiments.
Aixin Hou, Louisiana State University; Haruo Tsuruta, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences; Yasukazu Hosen, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences
Poster #206
Photoacoustic Infrared Spectroscopy to Continuously Measure Nitrous Oxide and Ammonia Emissions From Soil.
Curtis Ransom, Brigham Young University; Joshua LeMonte, Brigham Young University; Bryan Hopkins, Brigham Young University; Tobin Story, Brigham Young University; Von Jolley, Brigham Young University; Richard Terry, Brigham Young University
Poster #207
Integrated Tillage and Nitrogen Management Effects On Nitrous Oxide Emission Reduction From Cornfields.
Rex A. Omonode, Purdue University; Tony Vyn, Purdue University; Richard Grant, Purdue University; Cliff Johnston, Purdue University; Douglas Smith, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory