354 Carbon, Nitrogen, and Microbial Responses to Cropping and Management Systems

Oral Session
S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry The changes in microbial community and soil properties in response to cropping systems and management are highlighted.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 12:55 PM-3:45 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 006B

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Thomas Moorman
Thomas Moorman
1:00 PM
Modeling Measurable Soil Organic Matter Pools.
Moran Segoli, University of California – Davis; Steven De Gryze, Terra Global Capital; Mac Post, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Johan Six, University of California – Davis
1:15 PM
Using Long-Term Soil Incubations to Determine Drivers of Soil Organic Carbon Accumulation In Response to Woody Encroachment.
Courtney Creamer, Purdue University; Timothy Filley, Purdue University; Thomas Boutton, Texas A&M University; Ilsa Kantola, Texas A&M University
1:30 PM
Soil Aggregates, C, and N As Affected by 24 Years of Differing Levels of Crop Residue and Fertilizer Inputs.
Habib E. Diop, Kansas State University; Charles Rice, Kansas State University; Keith Janssen, Kansas State University
1:45 PM
Conservation Tillage Effects On Stabilization of Crop Residue-C.
Paul Voroney, University of Guelph; Ronald Beyaert, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
2:15 PM
2:30 PM
Investigating the Soil Microbial Community Structure Under Reclaimed Roads In North Dakota.
Eric W. Viall, North Dakota State University; Laura Gentry, University of Illinios at Urbana-Champaign; David Hopkins, North Dakota State University
2:45 PM
Use of Biochemical Properties and Root Density As Indicators of Compost Quality and Effect of Organic Amendments On Table Grape In Limari Valley, Chile.
Maria M. Martinez, Universidad Tcnica Federico Santa Maria; Marc Janssens, University of Bonn; Rodrigo A. Ortega, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria
3:00 PM
CO2 Emission In Soils Under Sewage Sludge Amendment In Afforested Areas.
Tania Almeida, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation-Embrapa; Ladislau Martin-Neto, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation- Embrapa; Debora Milori, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation-Embrapa; Bruno Martins, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation-Embrapa; Alan Panosso, UNESP-Jaboticabal; Newton LaScala Jnior, UNESP-Jaboticabal; Sergio Gaiad, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation-Embrapa
3:15 PM
Soil Microbial and Biochemical Properties In Sod Based and Conventional Peanut-Cotton Rotations.
Sheeja George, University of Florida; James Marois, University of Florida; David Wright, University of Florida
3:30 PM
Responses of Enzyme Activities In Sandy Soils to Cropping System Changes In a Semiarid Region.
Jonathan Cotton, Texas Tech University; Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University; Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA; Gloria Burow, USDA-ARS
3:45 PM