Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 12:00 PM-2:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
293: Water Quality and Hydrology
Sponsor:S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation
Solute Response to Changing Nutrient Loads in Soil and Walled, Ceramic-Cup Samplers under Continuous Extraction.
Rodrick Lentz, USDA-ARS
Influence of Plant, Soil and Water Properties on the Leaching Fraction.
Lynn Dudley, Florida State Univ, Alon Ben-Gal, ISRAEL, Agric. Research Org., Uri Shani, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Non-Destructive Estimation of Net Primary Production in Urban Rain Gardens.*
Marie R. Johnston, Dept of Soil Science, Univ of WI, Sara E. Rouse, Dept of Soil Science, Univ of WI, Nick J. Balster, Dept of Soil Science, Univ of WI
Amendment of Yard Waste Compost to Roadway Slopes to Improve Sediment Control and Water Quality.
M.J. Curtis, Univ of California, Davis, D.E. Rider, Univ of California, Davis, V.P. Claassen, Univ of California, Davis
Impact of Nonpoint Source Pollution on Water Quality Associated with Sugarcane Production in Louisiana.
Kewei Yu, Louisiana State University - Agronomy & Environmental Management, Ronald DeLaune, Wetland Biogeochemistry Inst
Monitoring Surface Drainage and Water Quality from Closed Depressions.*
Stanley J. Livingston, USDA-ARS, Douglas Smith, USDA-ARS, Gary C. Heathman, USDA-ARS, Chi-hua Huang, USDA-ARS
Remote Sensing to Identify Groundwater Upwelling Areas in Riparian Zones.
Amy Sprinkle, Univ of Delaware, D.J. Hansen, Univ of Delaware, Susan White, Univ of Delaware
Correlating Soil-Texture, -Moisture and –Infiltration Capacity to Bulk Electrical Conductivity Measurements using Electromagnetic Induction Mapping in Small Watersheds.
David A. Robinson, Stanford Univ, Mark Seyfried, USDA-ARS, Hiruy Abdu, Utah State Univ, Scott Jones, Utah State Univ
Benthic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in Flint River and Flint Creek Watersheds in North Alabama- Preliminary Study.*
Rufina Ward, Alabama A&M Univ, Lesley White, Alabama A&M Univ, Allison Bohlman, Alabama A&M Univ, Teferi Tsegaye, Alabama A&M University Accounts Payable
Water Quality Mitigation from Animal Feeding Operations Using Buffer Strips.
Adam Sigler, Montana State Univ, James Bauder, Montana State Univ
Flooding on the Virgin River, USA: Impacts and Historic Perspective.
Douglas Merkler, USDA - NRCS
Evaluation of Streamflow Estimates Using Different Soil and Land Use Geospatial Datasets.
Gary Heathman, USDA-ARS, Myriam Larose, USDA-ARS
Modelling the Water and Energy Balance of Small Mountainous Catchments.*
Thijs Kelleners, 4820 Old Main Hill, D. Chandler, 4820 Old Main Hill, JP Mcnamara, Boise State Univ, Mark Seyfried, USDA-ARS
Developing Maximum Contaminant Loads for Georgia: Monitoring and Modelling Single Land Use Watersheds.
James Bradshaw, Univ of Georgia, David Radcliffe, Dept of Crop & Soil Science, Mark Risse, Univ of Georgia, Mark Bakker, Univ of Georgia, C.R. Jackson, Univ of Georgia, Daniel Markewitz, Univ of Georgia, K.P. Lichtenstein, Univ of Georgia
Implications of a Conservation Practices Inventory for Water Quality in an Iowa Watershed.*
Mark D. Tomer, Nat'l Soil Tilth Laboratory, Gregg Hadish, USDA-NRCS, David E. James, USDA-ARS, Kevin J. Cole, USDA-ARS

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