Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:55 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Room 116, First Floor
124: Speciation, Availability, and Mobility of Metals
Sponsor:S11 Soils & Environmental Quality
Presiding:Jeffrey Novak, USDA-ARS-Coastal Plains Research Center
Part 1 
12:55 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:00 PMUse of High Fe Compost to Reduce Pb and As Availability. 
Sally Brown, Univ of Washington, Ecosystem Sciences, Ingrid Clausen, Univ of Washington, Ecosystem Sciences
1:15 PMInvolvement of Phytochelatins in Lead Accumulation and Tolerance in Vetiver Grass.
Syam S. Andra, Univ of Texas, Rupali Datta, Univ of Texas, Dibyendu Sarkar, Univ of Texas, Devanand Pachanoor, Univ of Texas
1:30 PMRole of Chelating Agents in Enhancing Lead Uptake by Vetiver Grass (Vetiveria zizanioides L.) from Lead-BasedPaint Contaminated Residential Soils.
Sumathi KPM Saminathan, Univ of Texas, San Antonio, Dibyendu Sarkar, Univ of Texas, San Antonio, Rupali Datta, Univ of Texas, San Antonio, Syamsundar Andra, Univ of Texas, San Antonio
1:45 PMAssessment of Bioavailable Nickel in Soil Using Nickel-Depleted Urease.
Shuo Yu, Ohio State Univ, Warren Dick, Ohio State Univ
2:00 PMLoss of Alkaline Earth Elements by Runoff for Agricultural Watersheds.
Richard Zartman, Texas Tech University, David Hammer, USDA/NRCS, Dewayne Mays, USDA/NRCS, Steven Peaslee, USDA/NRCS
2:15 PMFractionation and Speciation of Copper and Zinc in Poultry Litter Amended Soil. 
Candice O. Freeman, North Carolina A&T State Univ
Part 2 
2:30 PMBreak
2:45 PMInhibition of Microbial Arsenate Reduction by Phosphate. 
Deanne Masur, Montana State Univ, Richard Macur, Montana State Univ, William Inskeep, Montana State Univ
3:00 PMEffects of Solution Properties on Arsenic Immobilization in Drinking Water Treatment Residuals-Amended Soils: Incubation Study.
Rachana Nagar, Univ of Texas, Dibyendu Sarkar, Univ of Texas, Konstantinos Makris, Univ of Texas, Rupali Datta, Univ of Texas
3:15 PM(Paper Withdrawn) Chromium Distribution and Speciation of Urban Soils in the West End of Portland, Maine.
3:30 PMSpeciation of Elements Released from Water Treatment Residuals and their Migration through a Sandy Soil. 
Jeffrey Novak, USDA-ARS-Coastal Plains Res Ctr, Warren Busscher, USDA-ARS-Coastal Plains Res Ctr, Don Watts, USDA-ARS-Coastal Plains Res Ctr
3:45 PMLong-Term Water Treatment Residuals-Biosolids Co-Application Affects Rangeland Soils and Plants.
Jim Ippolito, Colorado State Univ, Kenneth Barbarick, Colorado State Univ, Mark Paschke, Colorado State Univ
4:00 PMAdjourn

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