Monday, November 13, 2006: 1:15 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Room 106, First Floor
104: Soil Erosion and P Transport
Sponsor:S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation
Presiding:Jeffrey Brittingham, Natural Resources Conserv. Service
1:15 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:20 PMInterrill Erosion on Random and Geometrically Ordered Rough Surfaces.
Salvador F. Acuna, USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, Purdue Univ, L. D. Norton, USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, Purdue Univ
1:35 PMHow Soil Roughness Affects Runoff and Sediment Production?. 
Chi-Hua Huang, USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Lab, Frederic Darboux, INRA Orléans, Science du Sol
1:50 PMWater Erosion Estimation in Topographically Complex Landscapes: Evaluation Using Field Data Sets. 
Carlos A. Bonilla, Pontificia Univ Catolica de Chile, John Norman, UW, Madison, Christine Molling, CIMSS/SSEC
2:05 PMPhysical and Chemical Properties of Sediments Following Extended Inundation of Agricultural Soil. 
Ana J. Wells, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, Nick J. Balster, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
2:20 PMDiscussion
2:30 PMBreak
2:45 PMReducing Erosion and Phosphorus Movement in Potato Systems. 
Timothy Griffin, USDA-ARS, Gordon Starr, USDA-ARS, C. Wayne Honeycutt, USDA-ARS, Matt Williams, Univ of Maine
3:00 PMPhosphorus and Sulfur in Everglades of Florida. 
Qingren Wang, Tropical Research and Education Center, Univ of Florida, Yuncong Li, Tropical Research and Education Center, Univ of Florida
3:15 PMWatershed Scale Disproportionalities in Phosphorus Loss Potentials.
David Mulla, Dept of Soil, Water & Climate, Adam Birr, Minnesota Dept of Agriculture
3:30 PMDiscussion
3:40 PMAdjourn

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