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It can take more than 1000 years to form a centimeter of topsoil.

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Soil Solutions for a Changing World, Brisbane, Australia 1 - 6 August 2010


Abbot John Bioavailability, causation and correlation: can we really conclude the herbicide diuron resulted in mangrove dieback in river estuaries of Central Queensland? Symposium 2.5.2
Abbott Lyn New Horizons for Profiling Soil Science in Schools Division Symposium 4.1
Abbott Geoffrey The biogeochemistry of Sphagnum mosses - the effects of substrate source on their phenolic composition Symposium 2.2.1
Abdo Maria Teresa Vilela Nogueira Gully erosion stabilization in a highly erodible Kandiustalf soil Symposium 4.1.2
Abdu Arifin Properties of soils in the rehabilitated degraded tropical lowland and hill dipterocarp forests in Peninsular Malaysia Symposium 1.4.2
Abdul Kadir Wan Rasidah Soil physical changes of a coastal mudflat after wave breaker installation Symposium 4.1.2
Abdullah Rosazlin Leaching of heavy metals (Cu, Mn, Zn, Ni, Pb and As) after six months application of raw and composted recycled paper mill sludge Symposium 3.5.1
Abe Kaoru Purification performance of the FWS constructed wetland in biotope area over three years Symposium 3.4.2
Aciksoz Seher Bahar Effect of nitrogen and iron fertilizers on grain concentration of iron in wheat Congress Symposium 5
Adamchuk Viacheslav Locating Soil Monitoring Sites using Spatial Analysis of Multilayer Data Working Group 1.5
Adams Mary Beth A Network of Experimental Forests and Ranges: Providing Soil Solutions for a Changing World Working Group 3.2
Adams Mary Beth Soil Nutrients, Aboveground Productivity and Vegetative Diversity After 10 Years of Experimental Acidification and Base Cation Depletion Working Group 3.2
Adani Fabrizio Dynamics and fate of natural and waste organic material in soils: the role of the soil organic matter (SOM) recalcitrance in SOM turnover. Symposium 2.2.2
Adejumo Sifau A. Effects of compost application on remediation and the growth of maize planted on lead contaminated soil Symposium 3.5.1
Adhikari Keshav Raj Nitrogen-based Composted-Manure application: Implications for Phosphorus balance and changes in Soil quality in the Pot Experiment Symposium 3.3.1
Afana Ashraf Determination of Soil Erosion Using Laser Scanners Symposium 1.5.1
Aguirre-Gomez Arturo Liming and acidification kinetics of some acid, neutral and alkaline soils Symposium 2.2.1
Agus Fahmuddin Root respiration interferes with peat CO2 emission measurement Congress Symposium 2
Ahern Col A national demonstration site for acid sulfate soil remediation in the Australian tropics - an overview of the East Trinity environmental success story Working Group 3.1
Ahmad Zahoor Influence of Amendments and Soil Roughness on Nutrient Transport from Soil under Different Rainfall Intensities Symposium 3.2.1
Ahmad Rozita Distribution pattern of heavy metals in soil fertilized with industrial sludge Symposium 3.5.1
Ahmadi Tofigh Physical, Chemical, and Morphological characteristics of forest Soils in the Keroudkenar Region of Northern Iran Symposium 1.4.2
Aiken Jane Calcium delivery using UV polymerised HEMA:NVP hydrogel in soil Symposium 3.3.1
Ajiboye Babasola Isotopic technique for tracing both reduced and oxidised forms of sulphur in a fertiliser Division Symposium 3.1
Akbar Ghani Permanent raised bed configurations and renovation methods affect crop performance Symposium 3.1.2
Akhter Naheed Using GIS approach to map soil fertility in Hyderabad district of Pakistan Division Symposium 3.2
Alam Syed Sartaj Biocontrol of soil-borne Fusarium wilts of tomato and cabbage with a root-colonizing fungus, Penicillium sp. EU0013 Symposium 2.3.1
Alamgir Md Changes in soil P pools during legume residue decomposition Symposium 3.3.1
Albuquerque Jackson Paper industry residues can be utilized to improve quality of a Humic Cambisol Symposium 3.1.2
Alguacil M. Mar Plant type differently promotes the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi biodiversity in their rhizospheres after revegetation of a degraded, semiarid land Symposium 2.3.1
Alijanpour Shalmani Adele Comparison of regression pedotransfer functions and artificial neural networks for soil aggregate stability simulation Symposium 1.5.2
Alikhani Hosein Ali Assessing Tolerance of Rhizobial Lentil Symbiosis Isolates to Salinity and Drought in Dry Land Farming Condition Symposium 2.3.1
Aljaloud Ali A. Reuse of wastewater for irrigation in Saudi Arabia and its effect on soil and plant Symposium 4.1.2
Allen Brett Management strategies to improve yield and nitrogen use of spring wheat and field pea in the semi-arid northern Great Plains USA. Division Symposium 3.2
Alliaume Florencia Quantification of some soil properties as affected by land use, and its implication for vegetable farm systems Symposium 3.1.2
Almond Peter Rates and variability of hillslope erosion in steepland catchments in the Oregon Coast Range, Pacific Northwest, USA Division Symposium 1.2
Alomran Abdulrasoul Long term effect of irrigation with the treated sewage effluent on some soil properties for date palms in Al Hassa, Saudi Arabia Symposium 3.5.1
Alva Ashok Potato Response to Tillage and Nitrogen Management Division Symposium 3.2
Alves Marlene Cristina Aggregation and morphological properties of a degraded Oxisol receiving organic amendments Symposium 2.1.2
Alves Caroline Examining phosphorus contributions from alluvial soils � a comparison of three Vermont, U.S.A. River corridors Symposium 4.1.2
Amado Jesus Interactions between bio-fertilizers and the production of oats without irrigation in Chihuahua, Mexico Symposium 3.2.1
Amjad Ali Impact of potassium humate on selected chemical properties of an acidic soil Symposium 2.2.2
Amougou Norbert Soil biodegradation of aerial and underground litter of Miscanthus, a perennial energy crop Symposium 2.2.2
Anderson Stephen CT-Measured Macropore Parameters for Estimating Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity at Four Study Sites Symposium 2.1.2
Anderson Geoffrey Modelling of water, sediment and phosphorus runoff: implications for grain cropping in southwest Australia Symposium 4.1.2
Anderson Stephen Attracting bright students to pursue studies in soil science: A case study Symposium 4.4.2
Andreassa Robson Characterization of copper biosorption and bioreduction by copper resistant bacteria isolated from a vineyard soil Symposium 2.3.1
Andreazza Robson PCR-DGGE analysis after Bioleaching Stimulation by Indigenous Microorganisms in Vineyards Soil and Copper Mining Waste Symposium 2.3.1
Andrew Joel A preliminary examination of the spatial distribution of acidic soil and required rates of ameliorant in the Avon River Basin, Western Australia Symposium 4.1.2
Andrews Susan S. United States policy approaches for assessing soil health Congress Symposium 3
Angelova Violina Effect of organic amendments on heavy metals uptake by potato plants Symposium 3.5.1
Angers Denis A. Soil C dynamics following the ploughing of a poorly-drained grassland Congress Symposium 4
Annaheim Kathrin Eva Characterisation of organic phosphorus compounds in soil by phosphatase hydrolysis Symposium 2.5.1
Antonio Sanchez Navarro Use of ecological agriculture as soil management system to improve soil properties and to mitigate greenhouse effect Symposium 4.3.1
Aoyama Naomi Development of a rational sampling method for evaluation of Cd concentration in wheat (Triticum aestivum) grain and soil Symposium 3.5.1
Arao Tomohito Effects of water management on Cd and As content in rice grain Symposium 3.5.1
Araya Tesfay Impact of conservation agriculture on runoff, soil loss and crop yield on a Vertisol in the northern Ethiopian highlands Symposium 2.1.1
Armecin Romel B. Soil fertility and land suitability assessment of the different abaca growing areas in Leyte, Philippines Symposium 3.1.2
Arocena Joselito Root-Fungus Symbiosis In Agricultural Crops Selectively Makes Soil Clays Symposium 2.4.1
Arriaga Francisco Management and Landscape Position Effects on Soil Physical Properties of a Coastal Plain Soil in Central Alabama, USA Working Group 4.1
Asadi Safoora Influence of different K fertilizer sources on sunflower production Congress Symposium 5
Asghari Hamid Reza Mycorrhizal response of halophytes to plant growth in non-saline soil conditions Congress Symposium 2
Atwood Lesley The use and impacts of glyphosate and pyraclostrobin in soybean and sugar beet farming: selected socio-ecological issues in Michigan�s Huron, Sanilac, Lapeer and Tuscola counties, USA Division Symposium 3.1
Aulakh Milkha Influence of wastewater application and fertilizer use on the quality of irrigation water, soil and food crops: Case Studies from Northwestern India Symposium 4.1.2
Aulakh Milkha S. Integrated nutrient management for sustainable crop production, improving crop quality and soil health, and minimizing environmental pollution Symposium 4.1.2
Aumtong Suphathida Glomalin-related soil protein on soil aggregate stability from Northern Thailand; along with cultivated area to secondary forest Symposium 2.5.1
Aviles Monica Decomposition rate of plant residues in Alfisols under different use Symposium 2.2.2



Babar Hafeez Evaluation of Rice Genotypes for Zinc Efficiency under Acidic Flooded Condition Division Symposium 3.2
Babayev Magerram Problems of degradation of Soils of dry Subtropics of Southern Caucasus Symposium 1.3.2
Bacic Ivan Luiz Zilli Participatory and demand-driven land evaluation: an on-going experience in Lontras, Santa Catarina, Brazil Symposium 3.1.1
Bacon Peter Managing risks of phosphorus export from sites irrigated with abattoir effluent Symposium 3.1.2
Baggaley Nikki An assessment of the data resolution required to run the PESERA soil erosion model at a catchment scale in a high latitude agricultural catchment Symposium 3.2.1
Baggaley Nikki Applying hydropedological principles to analyse soil moisture variability at a field scale Working Group 1.2
Baggs Elizabeth Nitrous oxide production in soil: Microbial source partitioning to inform management options for mitigation Congress Symposium 4
Bai Zhen Responses of PLFA and NLFA to Fertilization in a Chinese Arable Mollisol Symposium 3.1.2
Bailey Glenn Gross soil modification of duplex soils through delving and spading Division Symposium 2.2
Baiquni Hendry What are the chances of successfully replacing buffel grass with native plant communities in central Queensland's coal mine rehabilitation sites? Symposium 2.1.1
Baize Denis Concentrations of trace elements in soils: The three keys Symposium 1.4.2
Bakacsi Zsofia Compilation of a 3D soil physical database for the unsaturated zone Working Group 1.2
Baker Geoff Influence of earthworms on the growth of cotton and wheat plants in contrasting soil types Congress Symposium 2
Bakti Lalu Arifin Aria Effect of Wetting and Drying on Structural Regeneration of Puddled Soil Working Group 3.5
Baldock J.A. Capturing carbon in Australian soils: Potential and realities Congress Symposium 7
Baldock Jeffrey Defining soil sample preparation requirements for MIR spectroscopic analysis using principal components Working Group 1.5
Balieiro Fabiano Soil carbon stocks in Southwest Goias, Brazilian Cerrado: land use impact and spatial distribution Symposium 3.1.2
Bame Irene Nutrient availability from anaerobic baffled reactor effluent for maize growth in three contrasting soils from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Symposium 4.1.2
Bame Irene Nutrient distribution in three contrasting soils after anaerobic baffled reactor effluent application: A soil column study Symposium 4.1.2
Bann Glen Dryland salinity on the uplands of southern Australia: a top-down soil degradation process, or a bottom-up deep hydrology (groundwater) process? Working Group 3.4
Bann Glen Dryland salinity, soil degradation and terrestrial biota in south eastern Australia: problems and fallacies Working Group 3.4
Barbazan Monica Organic Amendments in Horticultural Production Symposium 2.2.2
Barnes Phoebe Vertical and horizontal distribution of soil properties influenced by individual trees in grazing landscapes of NSW Australia Symposium 3.1.2
Barry D. Andrew Buffering soil-water acidity in chlorinated solvent bioremediation schemes Symposium 2.4.2
Barton Louise Soil N2O fluxes are low from a grain-legume crop grown in a semi-arid climate Congress Symposium 4
Basavaraja Pujari Acacia nilotica: A tree species for amelioration of sodic soils in Central dry zone of Karnataka, India Working Group 3.4
Bashour Alameddine Isam Effect of NH4OH on Nematode, Fusarium and Verticillium Wilt Infections in Tomato Symposium 1.6.2
Bassett Terri The effect of tillage and nitrogen application on soil water retention, hydraulic conductivity and bulk density at Loskop, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Symposium 2.1.1
Basu Biswaji Deficit Irrigation an option to mitigate Arsenic load in Rice Grain Working Group 3.5
Baumann Frank Controlling factors of soil nitrogen and carbon contents across the Tibetan Plateau: soil formation, permafrost, and soil moisture Working Group 1.4
Bech Jaume Trace elements in phosphorites of different provenance Symposium 2.4.2
Bech Jaume Study on some Components of Urban Forest Ecosystems with Respect to Recreation Working Group 3.3
Beck Peter Use of monitored natural attentuation in management of risk from petrolum hydricarbons to human and envrionmental receptors Symposium 3.5.2
Bell Lindsay Impacts of soil compaction by livestock on crop productivity� a modelling analysis Symposium 3.1.2
Bell Michael The challenge to sustainability of broadacre grain cropping systems on clay soils in northern Australia Symposium 3.3.1
Bello Olanrewaju S. The effects of over cultivation on some soil properties, nutrients response and yields of major crops grown on acid sand soils of Calabar South-Southern part of Nigeria Symposium 3.1.2
Belyaeva Oxana Composting green waste with other wastes to produce manufactured soil Poster presentation Symposium 2.2.2
Bennett John Viability of lime and gypsum use in mitigating sodicity in an irrigated Vertosol Working Group 3.4
Benvenuti Fernando Relationship between multi-spectral data and sugarcane crop yield Division Symposium 3.1
Berger Klaus Water balance and efficiency of landfill covers with layers of dredged material Symposium 3.5.2
Bergstrom Lars Towards truly sustainable cropping systems from a soil science perspective Congress Symposium 7
Bernardi Alberto C De Campos Ammonia volatilization, dry matter yield and nitrogen levels of Italian ryegrass fertilized with urea and zeolite Symposium 3.3.1
Bernardi Alberto Brazilian sedimentary zeolite use in agriculture Symposium 3.3.1
Bernardi Alberto C. de Campos Economic return of potassium fertilization of alfalfa pasture in a tropical soil Symposium 3.3.1
Berthelin Jacques R. Role of microbial processes in the functioning (Fe mobilisation and redistribution) of a representative tropical soil sequence Symposium 1.3.1
Berthelsen Suzanne Limited movement of fertiliser-derived Mg and K through volcanic ash and alluvial clay soils of Papua New Guinea Division Symposium 3.2
Bertram Janet Hippuric acid effect on N2O emissions from cow urine patches at a range of soil temperatures Congress Symposium 4
Bertrand Isabelle Can cell wall network explain crop residue decomposition and soil organic matter dynamic? A new insight into residue quality Symposium 2.2.2
Betencourt Elodie P for two - intercropping as a means to better exploit soil P resources under low imput conditions Symposium 3.3.1
Bhiah Karim Effect of potassium on rice lodging under high nitrogen nutrition Symposium 3.3.1
Bialkowski Katarzyna Substrates Used In SIR Assays Can Inhibit Basal Respiration In Rewetted Soil Working Group 3.2
Bibi Irshad Dissolution of phyllosilicates under saline acidic conditions Working Group 3.1
Biggs Andrew Alkaline sodic soils of the Yelarbon area, Australia Division Symposium 2.2
Bindraban Prem Relevance of soil and terrain information in studies of major global issues Symposium 4.2.1
Binford Gregory Amounts of Nutrients Removed in Corn Grain at Harvest in Delaware Symposium 3.3.1
Bini Claudio Soils as a target of anthropogeographic landscape changes in alpine areas (Dolomites, northern Italy) Symposium 4.3.1
Birch Colin Implications of soil resources for vegetable crop options and agronomic practice for sustainable production - a comparison of Eastern Highlands and Central Provinces, Papua New Guinea Symposium 1.2.2
Black Helaina The function of soil biodiversity as indicators of soil quality: Insights from the UK Defra SQID project Symposium 1.5.1
Black Amanda Changes in Cd bioavailability in metal spiked soils amended with biosolids: results from a wheat seedling bioassay Symposium 2.5.2
Black Helaina What are the opportunities for enhancing ecosystem services from soils through management of soil carbon? Symposium 4.1.1
Blair Nelly The impact of soil water content and water temperature on wet aggregate stability. What answer do you want? Symposium 2.1.2
Blair Graeme Responses to sulphate and elemental S in six provinces in China and the utility of mono-calcium phosphate extractable S in predicting soil S status Symposium 3.3.1
Blair Graeme Soil fertility constraints and limitations to fertilizer recommendations in Cambodia Symposium 3.3.1
Blanchart Eric Historical approach of the role of earthworms and termites in soil functioning Symposium 4.5.1
Blanco-Jarvio Anidia Denitrification in a Chinampa soil of Mexico City as affected by methylparathion Symposium 2.4.2
Blum Winfried Forms of energy involved in soil formation Symposium 1.3.1
Blume Elena Water contamination by nitrate and pesticide in a small watershed under tobacco cultivation Symposium 3.1.2
Bo Xiao Artificial culture of biological soil crusts and their effects on runoff and infiltration under simulated rainfall on the Loess Plateau of China Symposium 3.2.1
Boaretto Rodrigo Nitrogen-15 uptake and distribution in two citrus species Division Symposium 3.2
Bock Laurent Soil fertility assessment in Tibetan villages in relation to the human Kashin-Beck disease Congress Symposium 5
Bock Laurent A case study in South-east China of operational pedology as a contribution to a project linking research and training Symposium 3.1.1
Bockheim James Cryosols as a Test of Our Knowledge of Earth as a System: Review Working Group 1.4
Bodruzzaman Md Long-term effects of applied organic manures and inorganic fertilizers on yield and soil fertility in a wheat-rice cropping pattern Symposium 2.2.2
Boettinger Janis Soil-landscape relationships and soil properties associated with rare plants in the eastern Mojave Desert near Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Symposium 1.2.2
Bognola Itamar An equation for yield prediction for Pinus Taeda l. as a function of soil properties Working Group 3.2
Boincean Boris Effects of rotation and fertilization on Chernozem soils of Moldova Division Symposium 3.2
Bolan Nanthi The management of phosphorus in poultry litter Symposium 3.3.1
Bolinder Martin A. Modeling long-term soil organic carbon dynamics in forage-based crop rotations in Subarctic Sweden (62-63 oN) Congress Symposium 4
Bolonhezi Denizart Intercropping of sugarcane with common bean in no-tillage and different nitrogen rates Symposium 4.2.1
Boman Anton Isotopic variations of Fe and Zn in Finnish acid sulfate soils Working Group 3.1
Bonfante Antonello Soil moisture regime classification of Soil Taxonomy through physically based soil water balance modelling. Symposium 1.4.1
Borges Clovis Daniel Multivariate evaluation by microbiological indicators of winter-summer crop rotation and no-tillage system in Oxisol (Brazil) Symposium 2.2.1
Bortolon Leandro Soil phosphorus distribution in a crop production system with long-term compost amendment Division Symposium 3.2
Boruvka Lubo? Effect of covering with natural topsoil as a reclamation measure on mining dumpsites Working Group 3.3
Bosch Angela-D Runoff losses of dissolved carbon and nitrogen in mountain Mediterranean agro- and forest ecosystems Symposium 3.1.2
Bouma Johan The challenge for soil research to establish creative interaction with stakeholders and policy makers Symposium 4.4.1
Bouma Johan Functional characterization of soil structure field descriptions Working Group 1.2
Bourrie Guilhem Identification criteria for fougerite and nature of the interlayered anion Symposium 2.4.2
Brar Navneet Kaur Nitrogen management in wheat sown in rice straw as mulch in Nort West India Symposium 3.3.1
Brenna Stefano Potential carbon sequestration of Lombardy soils (Italy) Symposium 1.5.1
Brennan Raymond Chemical amendment of dairy cattle slurry to reduce P loss from grasslands Symposium 3.3.1
Breulmann Marc Response of soil carbon pools to plant diversity in semi-natural grasslands of different land-use history Symposium 4.3.1
Bristow Keith L. Enhancing the ecological infrastructure of soils Symposium 4.1.1
Broll Gabriele ENSA - European network on soil awareness Symposium 4.4.1
Brough Daniel Digital soil-landscape mapping by image clustering Symposium 1.5.2
Brown Katharine Before and after: the make-up of native and disturbed mine soil materials Symposium 3.1.1
Brozek Stanislaw Development of soil quality indices for natural forest habitats of lowlands and uplands in Poland and its application in silviculture - project description Working Group 3.2
Brus Dick Design-based and model-based sampling strategies for soil monitoring Symposium 1.5.1
Bruzgulis Kira Electromagnetic Imaging of Prior Stream Channels using a DUALEM-421 and Inversion Working Group 1.5
Bryant Kelly Indicator of reduction in soils (IRIS) for wetland identification in Queensland Division Symposium 2.1
Brzychcy Sylwia Micromorphological identification of selected lithogenic features in soils developed from Lower Triassic deposits in the Holy Cross Mountains (S Poland) Symposium 1.3.1
Budianta Dedik Palm oil compost reduces aluminum toxicity thereby increases phosphate fertilizer use efficiency in Ultisols Symposium 3.3.1
Bui Elisabeth How soil geographic databases and resource inventories have been used to better understand ecosystem functioning: an example from Australia Symposium 1.2.2
Bui Elisabeth Assessment of Digital Soil Mapping products: independent ground-truthing is essential Working Group 1.3
Buresh Roland Nutrient Best Management Practices for Rice, Maize, and Wheat in Asia Division Symposium 3.2
Buresh Roland Changes in paddy soils under transition to water-saving and diversified cropping systems Working Group 3.5
Burger Anna Impact of soil organic carbon content on soil filtering capacity solutes Symposium 3.2.2
Burger James Mine Soil Suitability for Native Forests in the USA Working Group 3.2
Burghardt Wolfgang Soil composition in slots between pavement plates of side walks and adjacent lawns of a residential and heavy industry area Working Group 3.3
Burkitt Lucy Comparing the risk of phosphorus runoff following single and split phosphorus fertiliser applications in two contrasting catchments using rainfall simulation and Bayesian modeling Division Symposium 3.2
Burns Richard Microbial extracellular enzymes and natural and synthetic polymer degradation in soil: current research and future prospects Symposium 2.5.2
Burton Joanne Quantifying the relative contribution of hillslope and channel erosion in water reservoir catchments of subtropical South East Queensland, Australia Symposium 4.1.2
Burton Edward Reductive sulfur biomineralisation in a re-flooded acid-sulfate soil landscape Working Group 3.1
Bush Richard Climate change: A frontier for acid sulfate soil research Working Group 3.1
Buthelezi Nkosinomusa The use of scientific and indigenous knowledge in agricultural land evaluation and soil fertility studies of two villages in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Symposium 4.5.2
Butterbach-Bahl Klaus Grazing and GHG fluxes in steppe environments � how grazing reduces N2O emissions and CH4 uptake Congress Symposium 4
Butterly Clayton Chemical mechanisms of soil pH change by agricultural residues Symposium 2.2.2



Cacciotti Erica The effect of climate and land use change on soil respiratory fluxes Symposium 4.3.1
Caesar-TonThat TheCan Impacts of long-term no-tillage and conventional tillage management of spring wheat-lentil cropping systems in dryland Eastern Montana, USA, on fungi associated to soil aggregation Congress Symposium 2
Cai Zucong Greenhouse gas budget for terrestrial ecosystems in China Congress Symposium 4
Cakmak Ismail Biofortification of cereals with zinc and iron through fertilization strategy Congress Symposium 5
Cakmak Dragan Effect of long-term nitrogen fertilization on main soil chemical properties in Cambisol Division Symposium 3.2
Calabi Marcela Structural characterization of natural nanomaterials: potential use to increase the phosphorus mineralization Symposium 2.5.1
Calegari Ademir Effect of soil management and crop rotation on physical properties in a long term experiment in Southern Brazil Working Group 4.1
Camargo Monica Sartori De Silicate Fertilization in sugarcane: effects on soluble silicon in soil, uptake and occurrence of borer stalk (Diatraea saccharalis ) Symposium 3.3.1
Camargo Correa Carla Maria Planning the forest roads in reforestation - cases in south Brazil Working Group 3.2
Campbell Colin D. Can making soils more entertaining to encourage young people�s interest in soils? Symposium 4.4.2
Camps Arbestain Marta Producing biochars for New Zealand soils Symposium 2.2.2
Caner Laurent Impact of clay mineralogy on stabilisation of organic matter in the clay fraction of a Neo-Luvisol and a Cambisol Symposium 2.4.1
Cao Zhihong Origin and Chronosequence of Paddy Soils in China Working Group 3.5
Carey Peter Are differences in soil quality between organic and conventional farming systems greater in more energy-intensive sectors? Symposium 3.1.2
Carmona Dora M. Influence of inorganic and organic amendments for mine soils reclamation on spontaneous vegetation colonization and metal plant bioaccumulation Symposium 3.5.1
Carrick Sam Economic value of improved soil natural capital assessment: a case study on nitrogen leaching Symposium 4.1.1
Carroll Christopher Sediment erosion research in the Fitzroy basin central Queensland: an overview Symposium 4.1.2
Carson Jennifer Spatial isolation increases diversity of complex bacterial community Congress Symposium 2
Cartes Paula The Effect of Seed Pelletization with Selenite on the Yield and Selenium Uptake of Ryegrass Cultivars Symposium 3.3.1
Castlehouse Hayley Modelling the chemical influences on bioavailability of geogenic arsenic in soils Symposium 2.5.2
Castrignano Annamaria Assessment of soil variation by multivariate geostatistical analysis of EMI and gamma-radiometric data Working Group 1.5
Castro Gustavo Soil chemical attributes affected by superficial application of lime and silicate Division Symposium 3.2
Castro Luciana W.P. Development and essential oil yield and composition of mint chemotypes under nitrogen fertilization and radiation levels Symposium 3.3.2
Castro Ana C. Space-time monitoring of prescribed burnt soils performance � an effective tool for forest management Symposium 4.1.2
Cattle Stephen The challenge of soil science undergraduate education Congress Symposium 8
Cattle Stephen Sydney gets a dusting, but what's in it? Symposium 1.6.1
Cavagnaro Timothy The role of mycorrhizas in plant nutrition: field and mutant based approaches Symposium 2.3.1
Cavalca Lucia Role of PGP arsenic-resistant bacteria in As mobilization and translocation in Helianthus annuus L. Symposium 3.5.1
Cavallaro Nancy Soils research and education linked to climate change in USDA�s National/Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (NRI/AFRI) Programs Symposium 4.2.2
Cayuela Maria Luz Bioenergy residues as soil amendments: climate-relevant C and N dynamics during decomposition Congress Symposium 4
Ceddia Marcos B. A method for mapping the spatial variability of soil physical quality Division Symposium 3.1
Celis Jose Agricultural potential of salmon wastes used as organic fertilizer on two Chilean degraded soils Symposium 3.1.2
Centeri Csaba Potential effects of different land uses on phosphorous loss over the slope in Hungary Symposium 1.5.1
Centeri Csaba Deviation in soil colour determination based upon students visual perception Symposium 3.1.1
Cerri Carlos Clemente Brazilian greenhouse gas emissions: the importance of agriculture and livestock Congress Symposium 4
Cerri Carlos Eduardo P. Greenhouse gas emissions from soils under sugarcane for ethanol production in Brazil Congress Symposium 4
Chabaux Francois U-series nuclides in weathering profiles: rates of soil processes Symposium 1.3.2
Chaer Guilherme Comparing the sensitivity of physical, chemical and biological properties to a gradient of induced soil degradation Symposium 3.1.1
Chaiwong Chackapong Participatory action by the community in sustainable land use management for agricultural systems on the Ban Eang watershed Saluang sub district Maeteang district, Chiang Mai province, Thailand Congress Symposium 3
Chang Hyu Yang Effect of Rice Straw Application on Soil Physico-chemical Property according to Clipping method in Rice Symposium 3.2.2
Changsheng Jiang Contribution of root respiration to soil respiration in a maize field in Southwest China Congress Symposium 4
Changwen Du Depth profiling of soil clay-xanthan complexes using step-scan mid-infrared photoacoustic spectroscopy Symposium 2.2.1
Chapman Greg Soil and Landscape Constraint Mapping for Land Use Planning Symposium 3.1.1
Chapman Greg Soil Condition Surveillance Monitoring for New South Wales Symposium 3.1.1
Chappell Adrian Time to establish a 137Cs-derived net soil redistribution baseline for Australia? Symposium 1.5.1
Charzynski Przemyslaw Characteristics of the soils of Torun cemeteries Working Group 3.3
Chellemi Dan Soil fertility as a limiting economic factor for sustainable biodiesel feedstock production Symposium 4.2.1
Chen Fang Investigation on Soil Fertility and Citrus Yield in South China Division Symposium 3.2
Chen Chiou-Pin Assessing the Phytotoxicity of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in Cr(VI)-Spiked Soils by Using XANES and Resin Extraction Methods Symposium 2.5.2
Cheng Chih-Hsin Long-term effects of black carbon on soil properties Symposium 4.1.2
Cherobim Verediana Soil fertility of Pinus taeda L. areas with low growth rates in Jaguariaiva - Parana State, Brazil Working Group 3.2
Chi Guangyu Profile distribution of soil organic carbon under different land use type in Sanjing Plain Symposium 2.2.2
Chiang Po-Neng Effect of nutrient cycle by different thinning practice in temperate forest Symposium 2.2.1
Chiang Kai Arsenic and lead contaminated rice soils in the Guandu Plain, Northern Taiwan Symposium 2.4.2
Chinoim Nanthana Heavy metal contamination of soils from organic paddy fields in Thailand Symposium 3.5.1
Chirino Ivan Effects of plantation forest species on soil properties Working Group 3.2
Chittamart Natthapol Charge properties and potassium fixation by clay from Thai Vertisols Symposium 2.4.1
Cho Hee Rae Red pepper Coverage Effect on Soil Erosion by Different Transplanting Dates Symposium 3.2.2
Choi Young Woo Extraction of cyanide from soil using alkaline phosphate solutions Division Symposium 4.2
Choi Joongdae Sediment control practices in sloping highland fields in Korea Symposium 3.2.1
Choppala Girish Sorption and mobility of chromium species in a range of soil types Symposium 3.5.1
Choppala Girish Simultaneous determination of chromium species by ion chromatography coupled with inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry Working Group 1.5
Chorom Mostafa Bioremediation of crude oil polluted soil as affected by sewage-sludge Symposium 3.5.2
Chorom Mostafa Increase sorption endosulfan by soil amendments and its effects on retention and leaching from soil Working Group 3.5
Chorover Jon Biomolecular complexation affects microbial adhesion to iron (oxyhdr)oxides Symposium 2.2.1
Chow Lien Impacts of long-term intensive potato production and conservation terraces/grassed waterway on runoff hydrology and soil quality Symposium 4.1.2
Christ Sabina Soil fungal communities along land use gradients of three German biodiversity exploratories: a comparison of classical cloning and sequencing approach with high throughput sequencing Symposium 2.3.1
Christensen Christine L. Reducing nitrate leaching losses by using duration-controlled grazing of dairy cows Symposium 4.1.2
Christianson Laura Denitrification Bioreactors for Agricultural Drainage Nitrate Treatment in New Zealand Division Symposium 3.2
Chuan Limin Effects of a urease inhibitor NBPT on the growth and quality of rape Symposium 4.1.2
Chuasavathi Thammared Immobilization of cadmium and lead in biosolids as affected by lime, red mud, fly ash and bentonite addition Symposium 3.5.1
Ciampalini Rossano Long-term soil landscape modelling in a Mediterranean agricultural environment Division Symposium 1.2
Cichota Rogerio Describing N leaching under urine patches in pastoral soils Symposium 4.1.2
Claff Salirian R The effect of oven drying and grinding on the partitioning of copper and nickel in acid sulfate soil materials Working Group 3.1
Clark Rob Remote sensing of land cover and land management practices affecting wind erosion risk in NW Victoria, Australia Symposium 3.1.2
Clark Gary J. Subsoil amelioration with organic materials improves canola growth and water-use efficiency Symposium 3.1.2
Clothier Brent Green, blue and grey waters: Minimising the footprint using soil physics Symposium 2.1.1
Clothier Brent Transport and fate of contaminants in soils: Challenges and developments Symposium 3.5.2
Clough Angela Perceptions of grain growers towards their soils in the high rainfall zone of Southern Australia Symposium 4.2.1
Coad Jessica Phytoextraction of phosphorus from Australian dairy pasture soils to reduce environmental loss Division Symposium 3.2
Cobos Douglas Soil physical measurements by the Thermal and Electrical Conductivity Probe aboard NASA�s Mars Phoenix Scout Mission Division Symposium 1.1
Cochran Christopher Soil Moisture-Temperature Correlation and Classification Model Symposium 1.4.1
Cole James R. Development of Soil Metadata Standards for International DNA Sequence Databases Symposium 2.3.2
Coleman David The composition and diversity of prokaryotic and eukaryotic communities from an Australian Vertisol: an experimental study Symposium 2.2.2
Colinet Gilles Mapping and monitoring issues of a forest soil network in Southern Belgium Symposium 1.5.1
Colombo Claudio Forms and characteristics of insoluble Fe-humic substances used for Fe nutrition of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) Symposium 2.2.1
Colombo Claudio Relationships between soil properties, erodibility and hillslope features in Central Apennines, Southern Italy Symposium 3.2.1
Comeau Louis-Pierre Quantity and fate of root derived soil carbon produced after a growing season of canola, lentil, pea and wheat in Canadian prairies Congress Symposium 4
Comerma Juan Land Capability, Suitability and Vocation in Venezuela Symposium 3.1.1
Condron Leo Effects of long-term inputs of fertiliser and irrigation on soil carbon under grazed pasture Congress Symposium 7
Cora Jose Soil physical attributes induced by crop sequence under no-tillage system in tropical region with warm and dry winter Symposium 3.2.1
Corkeron Maree Melioidosis case clusters in a tropical urban setting: association with soil type and geomorphology Division Symposium 4.2
Cornelis Geert Partitioning of manufactured Ag and CeO2 nanoparticles in relation to soil properties Symposium 3.5.2
Cornelis Jean-Thomas Impact of tree species on the distribution of amorphous silica in an acid brown soil Working Group 3.2
Cortet Jerome The BIOTECHNOSOL project: Biological dynamics and functioning of a constructed Technosol at the field scale Working Group 3.3
Costantini Edoardo A. A geodatabase of the soil cultural heritage of Italy Symposium 4.5.1
Cotching William Assessment of soil carbon stores at the farm scale in Tasmania, Australia Symposium 1.5.1
Cotching William Evaluation of surface soil condition in Tasmania, Australia Symposium 3.1.1
Couder Eleonore Highlighting processes involved in mobility and bioavailability of zinc within contaminated substrates: Multiple approaches Symposium 3.5.1
Courtney Mandy Soil protection and strategic goals in local environmental planning Symposium 4.1.1
Courty Marie-Agnes Soil morphologic indicators of environmental hazards linked to cosmic airburst Symposium 1.1.2
Courty Marie-Agnes The exokarstic soil record of past environmental changes: regional expressions Symposium 1.6.2
Coyne Mark Spatial variability of soil enzymes in a sinkhole undergoing forage transition Division Symposium 2.2
Craswell Eric Peak phosphorus � Implications for soil productivity and global food security Symposium 4.2.1
Creeper Nathan A systematic analysis procedure incorporating the chip-tray incubation method for the hazard assessment of Acid Sulfate Soils in the Murray Darling Basin Working Group 3.1
Cresswell Hamish Soil science in the management of multi-functional rural landscapes Division Symposium 2.2
Cross Andrew The effect of warming on the CO2 emissions of young and old organic soil from a Sitka spruce plantation. Working Group 3.2
Cross Andrew Influence of feedstock and production conditions on biochar stability (short and long-term) and soil functional attributes Working Group 4.1
Crusciol Carlos Rice yield affected by gypsum, lime and silicate application in no tillage system Division Symposium 3.2
Curran-Cournane Fiona Effects of stock type on soil physical properties and losses of phosphorus and suspended sediment in surface runoff Symposium 3.1.2
Curtin Denis Soil organic matter loss following land use change from long-term pasture to arable cropping: pool size changes and effects on some biological and chemical functions Symposium 2.2.2



Dabas Paula Cecilia News and traditional analytical tools for the study of soils and humic acids Working Group 1.5
Dabney Seth Modeling runoff and erosion from construction sites in 2-D with RUSLE2 Symposium 3.4.2
Dal Ferro Nicola Study of the effects of structure on soil aggregate stability using a 3D network model Symposium 2.1.2
Dalby Tina Harvest equipment and soil erosion in a macadamia orchard Symposium 3.1.2
Dalmolin Ricardo Mineralogical assemblage and iron oxides of soils of the Pantanal biome, Brazil Division Symposium 2.1
Dalmolin Ricardo Generalized linear models and multivariate analysis applied to predict soil spatial distribution in south Brazil Working Group 1.3
Dang Yash Identifying spatial variability of subsoil constraints using multiyear remote sensing and electromagnetic induction Division Symposium 3.1
Danilova Anna Development of a method for sequential extraction of Si-pools from soils Symposium 2.2.1
Dannat Hanna G. Interactive effects of salinity and lime on the phytoextraction of cadmium by Salix species in biosolids Symposium 3.5.1
Daroub Samira Best Management Practices in South Florida: A Success Story Division Symposium 3.2
Darunsontaya Timtong A comparison of extraction methods to assess potassium availability for Thai upland soils Symposium 2.4.1
Das Piw Immobilization of perfluorooctane sulfonate on modified natural materials: Remediation strategy for contaminated soils Symposium 3.5.2
David Mark Long-term changes in a forested Spodosol Working Group 3.2
Davis Jean Effects of biosolids on P sorption and phosphorus buffer capacity Symposium 2.2.2
Daynes Cathal Restoration of soil function requires plants, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and organic matter Working Group 3.3
De Bona Fabiano Marandu palisadegrass fertilized with nitrogen forms and sulphur rates: productive responses Division Symposium 3.2
De Deus Gomes Dos Santos Junior Joao Evaluation of sulphur enhanced fertilizers in a soybean-wheat rotation grown in a Brazilian Cerrado Oxisol Division Symposium 3.2
De Pauw Eddy Mapping �unsuitability� for de-rocking in Northwestern Syria Symposium 4.1.2
Deb Sanjit K. Numerical Analysis of Coupled Liquid Water, Water Vapor, and Heat Transport in a Sandy Loam Soil Symposium 2.1.1
Dec Dorota Spatial and Temporal Changes of Soil's Physical Properties of an Andisol in Southern Chile as a Consequence of Grazing and Wetting and Drying cycles Symposium 2.1.2
Deepagoda Chamindu The Gas-diffusivity-based Buckingham Tortuosity Factor from pF 1 to 6.91 as a Soil Structure Fingerprint Working Group 1.2
Degens Brad Hydric halitic sulfuric soils in secondary salinised landscapes of Southwest Western Australia Working Group 3.1
Demeny Krisztina Soil loss calculations with WEPP and USLE models on a sloping arable land near Isaszeg, Hungary Symposium 3.5.2
Dempster Daniel Biochar additions to soil change microbial community structure and decreased microbial biomass carbon and net inorganic nitrogen mineralised Symposium 2.2.1
Denmead Tom Links between emissions of nitrogen and sulfur gases from acid sulfate soils: field evidence Congress Symposium 4
Denmead Tom Loss of nitrogen by ammonia volatilization and NOx emission after application of urea to irrigated maize in Shanxi Province, China Congress Symposium 4
Dennis Samuel Dicyandiamide (DCD) reduces nitrate losses from Irish soils Symposium 4.1.2
Dere Ashlee Shale weathering rates across a continental-scale climosequence Division Symposium 1.2
Deurer Markus The impact of orchard management on macro-pore topology and function Symposium 2.1.2
Di Hong J. Nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide emissions related to bacteria and not to Archaea in nitrogen rich frassland soils Symposium 3.5.2
Diack Mateugue Managing soil fertility to sustain crop production in the watershed in Senegal Symposium 1.1.1
Diacomanolis Violet Development of site specific guidelines for future land use at the Woodcutters lead zinc mine Division Symposium 4.2
Dick Richard Microbial Dynamics in Soils under Long-term Glyphosate Tolerant Cropping Systems Symposium 2.2.1
Dieckow Jeferson No-tillage crop rotations, C sequestration and aspects of C saturation in a subtropical Ferralsol Symposium 2.2.2
Diedhiou Sire PLFA and Enzyme Activities to assess the Impact of Shrub Canopy and Residue Type on Microbial Community during shrub decomposition in semi-arid Senegal Symposium 2.3.1
Diehl Doerte Mechanisms controlling dynamics at the soil-water interface Symposium 2.2.1
Dietrich Peter Cluster analysis of geophysical field data: An approach for reasonable partitioning of sites Working Group 1.5
Dietrich Peter iSOIL and Standardization Working Group 1.5
Dissanayake Champa Use of Caesium-137 technique for the assessment of soil erosion in two selected sites in Uma Oya Catchment in Sri Lanka Symposium 3.2.1
Djuuna Irnanda Aiko Fifi Spatial Distribution of Arbuscular Mycorrhiza (AM) Fungi in the Tailing Deposition Areas of Freeport Indonesia Mining Company, Timika-Papua, Indonesia Symposium 2.3.1
Dobos Robert R. Developing a multi-factor crop production environmental risk index Symposium 3.1.2
Dobos Endre Landform mapping for SOTER at scale 1:1 million using SRTM-DEM Working Group 3.1
Dobrowolski Mark A Chronosequence of Bauxite Residue Sand: Weathering and Vegetation Response Working Group 3.3
Dominati Estelle Modelling the provision of ecosystem services from soil natural capital Congress Symposium 2
Dominguez Sara G. Characterization of almond orchards to assess soil fertility and organic matter dynamics to improve soil conditions by using organic amendments Symposium 2.2.2
Donner Erica Bioavailability of metals in Australian biosolids Symposium 2.5.2
Doolette Ashlea A quantitative assessment of phosphorus forms in Australian soils Symposium 3.1.1
Dorahy Chris A framework for prioritising nutrient management research in vegetable production in the southern Philippines Symposium 3.3.1
Dorner Jose Effect of Land Use Changes on the Dynamic Behaviour of Structure Dependent Properties of an Andisol in Southern Chile Symposium 2.1.2
Dortzbach Denilson Accumulation of zinc, copper and manganese in soil fertilized with pig manure and urea in southern state of Santa Catarina Symposium 2.2.2
Dortzbach Denilson Leaching of nitrate due to the fertilization with litter of swine bedding, liquid swine manure and chemical fertilizer Symposium 3.1.2
Dos Santos Batista Bonini Carolina Relation between soil organic matter and physical properties of a degraded Oxisol in recovery with green manure, lime and pasture Symposium 3.1.2
Dou Sen The thermodynamics stability of soil humic and fulvic acids Symposium 2.2.1
Dougherty Warwick The effect of P fertiliser application strategy and soil P sorption properties on 'incidental' P fertiliser characteristics using laboratory techniques and long term Bayesian risk modelling Division Symposium 3.2
Dougherty Warwick The effect of soil available P and P buffering on runoff P concentration from pastures Division Symposium 3.2
Dousset Sylvie Effect of grass cover on pesticides transport through soil:undisturbed column studies and field experiments in the Morcille watershed (Beaujolais) Symposium 3.2.2
Dowling Chris Nutrient Best Management Practice: The Australian Experience Division Symposium 3.2
Drake Jessica Method for water extractable phosphorous in saline-sodic soils Symposium 2.2.1
Du Xin Geochemical mass-balance in intensely weathered soils, Darling Range, Western Australia Symposium 1.3.1
Du Yan Influence of adding Pb to soil on the growth of wheat seedlings Symposium 4.1.2
du Preez Chris Knowledge review on land use and soil organic matter in South Africa Working Group 4.1
Duan Wenbiao Spatiotemporal distribution pattern of soil temperature in forest gap in Pinus koraiensis-dominated broadleaved mixed forest in Xiao Xing'an Mountains, China Working Group 3.2
Dugan Emmanuel Bio-char from sawdust, maize stover and charcoal: Impact on water holding capacities (WHC) of three soils from Ghana Symposium 4.2.2
Dungait Jennifer Modern isotopic methods to investigate the fate and provenance of C sequestered into soils from livestock derived organic matter Symposium 2.2.2
Duong Vien Carbon dioxide emission from peatland in relation to hydrology, peat moisture, humification at the Vo Doi national park, Vietnam Congress Symposium 4
Duseja Desh Long-term Effects of two Tillage Systems on Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) (var. Forrest) Poduction, Soil properties and Plant Nutrient Uptake Symposium 3.2.1
Dutta Tanushree N2O and CO2 Emission from Mine Soil Reclaimed with Organic Amendments Working Group 4.1



Ebanks S. Effect of flue gas desulfurization waste on corn plants Symposium 3.5.1
Eberhardt Einar Finding a way through the maze - WRB classification with descriptive soil data Working Group 1.1
Eckelmann Wolf Ad hoc Working Group Soil in Germany Symposium 1.2.1
Eger Andre Quantifying the soil- and ecosystem-rejuvenating effects of loess in a high leaching environment, West Coast, New Zealand Symposium 1.6.1
Eguchi Sadao Cosmogenic, anthropogenic, and airborne radionuclides for tracing the mobile soil particles in a tile-drained heavy clay soil Symposium 1.3.2
Eickhorst Thilo Molecular characterization of soil fungal communities in paddy soils Symposium 2.3.2
Eisazadeh Amin Thermal characterization of lime stabilized soils Symposium 1.6.2
Eisazadeh Amin BET surface area of phosphoric acid treated tropical soils Symposium 2.4.1
Eldridge Simon Greenwaste biochar potentially reduces nitrogen fertiliser losses Division Symposium 3.2
El-Naggar Essam Enzyme activity in a sinkhole undergoing forage renovation Congress Symposium 2
Elrashidi Moustafa Application of soil survey to assess phosphorus loss by runoff from agricultural watersheds Symposium 4.1.2
Erbe Petra Creating soil degradation maps using gamma-ray signatures Working Group 1.5
Ermolaeva Olga A method to increasing a vertical resolution of soil moisture measurements by TDR Trime FM3 tube sensor probe Working Group 1.2
Ernstsen Vibeke Organic carbon in topsoil from arable land and grazing land of Europe Symposium 4.1.2
Esfandbod Maryam Cadmium adsorption behavior in some soils from northern of Iran Symposium 3.5.1
Esfandbod Maryam Kinetics of cadmium desorption from some soils of Iran Symposium 3.5.1
Esmizade Salede Evaluating the amount of carbonic green house gasses (GHGes) emission from rice paddies Symposium 1.1.1
Estrada-Medina Hector Importance of subsurface soil pockets for plant growth in a karst environment Symposium 1.6.2



Fageria Nand Optimal Nitrogen Fertilization Timing for Upland Rice Division Symposium 3.2
Fageria Nand Root growth of upland rice genotypes as influenced by nitrogen fertilization Symposium 2.3.1
Fall Rokhaya Land evaluation, key factor of successful agricultural development Symposium 3.1.1
Fall Rokhaya Adequate urban soil occupation planning to face food crisis in the Sahel Symposium 4.2.2
Fan Fenliang pH, phosphorus and C:P dominantly control over the community structure of bacteria, fungi, archaea and nitrogen cycling associated microbes in arable chernozem Symposium 2.3.2
Fan Yandi Effects of Irrigation and Nitrogen Management on Potato Tuber Yield, N Recovery and N Leaching Symposium 3.3.1
Faria Leticia de Abreu Overview on Se use in soils of Sao Paulo state and its application to signal-grass Congress Symposium 5
Farquharson Bob J. What is the impact on farmer nitrogen fertilizer use of incorporating the effects of nitrous oxide emissions? Symposium 3.1.2
Favaretto Nerilde Water, soil and phosphorus loss with cattle slurry application to Oxisol under no-tillage and natural rainfall Symposium 3.2.1
Faz Angel Long-term effects of mine soil reclamation using different amendments on microbial and biochemical properties in Southeast Spain Symposium 3.5.1
Fazeli Mahmood Comparison of fractal and empirical model for estimation Soil Water Retention Curve Working Group 1.5
Fazle Rabbi Sheikh Mohammad How do microaggregates stabilize soil organic matter? Congress Symposium 4
Federic Frederic Updating the soil map of Reunion island: methodology and problems to be overcome Symposium 1.4.2
Fedoroff Nicolas Soil reactions to extreme environmental stress: lessons from the past records Division Symposium 1.2
Fekiacova Zuzana Stable Fe isotopes - a prospective tool for investigating soil processes Symposium 1.3.1
Feller Christian The representation of soil in the Western Art: From genesis to pedogenesis Symposium 4.5.2
Fernandes Adauto Soil nitrification as affected by Brachiarias Division Symposium 3.2
Fernandes Paula Effects of clay microstructure and compost quality on chlordecone retention in volcanic tropical soils: consequences on pesticide lability and plant contamination Symposium 2.5.2
Fernandes Marcelo Impact of Tillage and Maize Cropping System on the Physical Properties of a Kaolinitic Soil in the Brazilian Coastal Tablelands Symposium 3.2.1
Fernandes Fabiana Aparecida Decomposition of crop residues and availability of nutrients to bean plants as influenced by silicate and lime Symposium 3.3.1
Fernandez-Ugalde Oihane Relative contribution of naturally-occurring carbonates and soil organic carbon to soil aggregation dynamics Symposium 2.2.2
Fey Martin A short guide to the soils of South Africa, their distribution and correlation with World Reference Base soil groups Working Group 1.1
Fey Martin Soil-like conditions can be achieved inorganically in alkaline bauxite residue Working Group 3.3
Field Damien Producing the thinking soil scientist Congress Symposium 8
Field John Evaluating the effects of land management systems on soil characteristics: some confounding problems in experimental design Symposium 1.5.1
Finke Peter Modelling soil formation along a loess toposequence Division Symposium 1.2
Fior Rafael Carvalho Nutrient input through litter in riparian forest in different stages of ecological succession Symposium 4.3.1
Firdaus Muhammad Sulaiman Carbon Sequestration Potential in Soil and Biomass of Jatropha curcas Symposium 4.2.1
Fisher James Scaling of terroir and geospatial mapping of vineyard soils via electromagnetic induction Division Symposium 3.1
Fisher Peter Rapid estimation of soil water retention functions Symposium 2.1.1
Fitzpatrick Rob Occurrence and environmental significance of sideronatrite and other mineral precipitates in Acid Sulfate Soils Symposium 2.4.1
Fitzpatrick Robert Atlas of Australian Acid Sulfate Soils: Recent developments and future priorities Working Group 3.1
Fitzpatrick Rob Chip-tray incubation: A new field and laboratory method to support Acid Sulfate Soil Hazard Assessment, Classification and Communication Working Group 3.1
Flavel Richard Pasture fertilisation with sulfur enhanced fertilizer Division Symposium 3.2
Foley Jenny Resistivity imaging across native vegetation and irrigated Vertosols of the Condamine catchment�a snapshot of changing regolith water storage Symposium 4.1.2
Fornasier Flavio Investigation on spatial variability of soil chemical and biochemical properties using independent sampling of pair locations Symposium 3.1.1
Forrester Sean An infrared spectroscopic test for total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH) contamination in soils Working Group 1.5
Foster Michelle Assessment of arsenic phytotoxicity of a Ferrosol using radish Symposium 2.5.2
Fox Catherine New A Horizon Protocols for Topsoil Characterization in Canada Symposium 1.4.2
Franco Henrique C. Junqueira Utilization by plant cane, and first and second ratoon crops of nitrogen fertiliser applied at planting Division Symposium 3.2
Franco Henrique Coutinho Junqueira Dry matter and nitrogen accumulation of sugarcane related to nitrogen fertilization in Brazil Symposium 3.3.1
Franco Andrea Machado Pereira Flow hydraulic characteristics and interrill erosion susceptibility of natural and constructed Soils from Candiota coal mining Area, RS, Brazil Symposium 3.4.2
Franzluebbers Alan J. Depth distribution of soil organic carbon as a signature of soil quality Symposium 4.1.1
Fraser Melissa Artificial drainage affects the physico-chemical properties of salt-affected heavy clay soils in the Upper South East of South Australia Working Group 3.4
Freebairn David A pragmatic water-balance based protocol for assessing water quality from agricultural lands Symposium 4.1.2
Freire Maria Betania Isolation of Atriplex nummularia-associated halotolerant bacteria and bioprospecting by nitrogen fixing bacteria in saline-sodic soil Symposium 2.3.1
Freire Fernando Jose Growth indices of eleven sugarcane varieties grown under full irrigation environments in Brazil Symposium 4.2.1
Freitas Ana Dolores Tree nitrogen fixation in a tropical dry vegetation in Northeast Brazil Poster presentation Symposium 1.2.2
Fuentes Juan-Pablo Comparison of Soil Water Repellency and Sorptivity between an Acacia caven (Highly-Perturbed) and Cryptocarya alba (Slightly-Perturbed) Dominated Ecosystem Working Group 3.2
Fuentes Juan-Pablo Short-term Effects of Litter Extraction on Soil Respiration, Soil Temperature and Soil Water Content in a Sclerophyll Forest of Central Chile Working Group 3.2
Fujimaki Haruyuki Determination of Irrigation Depths Using a Numerical Model and Quantitative Weather Forecast Symposium 2.1.1
Fujiwara Toru Optimisation of nutrient transport processes by plants -boron transport as an example Symposium 3.3.2
Fujiyama Rika The chemical link of forest and sea by river: materials supply from land-used soil and transport by river with reference to fulvic-Fe complex Symposium 3.4.2
Fyfe Christine Effect of tree belt plantings on nematode communities in pastoral farming systems Symposium 1.2.2



Gale Paula M. Phosphorus distribution in fire managed grassland soils Symposium 3.1.2
Gallali Tahar Soil organic carbon density and storage in Tunisia Symposium 1.2.1
Gao Xiaodong Spectroscopic studies of ternary interactions in an oocyst-surfactant-hematite system Symposium 2.2.1
Garcia Moreno Rosario Shadow analysis field measurements related to soil surface roughness Symposium 3.1.1
Gardiner Timothy Farming Soil Carbon Calculator (FSCC) - Estimation of Soil Carbon by Improved Land Management in Central West NSW Working Group 4.1
Gardner Matthew Does Chicory inhibit or promote mineralisation? Symposium 2.2.2
Garrison Virginia Trace-metal concentrations in African dust: Effects of long-distance transport and implications for human health Division Symposium 4.2
Gatiboni Luciano Soil available phosphorus by Mehlich-1, Mehlich-3 and anion exchange resin and its sensitivity to soil clay content Symposium 3.1.1
Gazey Chris Getting the soil pH profile right helps with weed control and sustainability Symposium 4.1.2
GeiBler Christian Soil erosion potential under forest vegetation in the humid subtropics of southeast China Congress Symposium 2
Gelencser Geza Comparison of the results of modelling soil loss with WEPP and USLE in the Koppany Valley, Hungary Symposium 1.5.2
Gennadiyev Alexander Ratios and ranges of soil-forming factors influence on pedogenesis Symposium 1.3.1
Gerayzade Akif On local changes of temperature regime of the soil-atmosphere system around Caspian Sea in 20 Century Symposium 1.1.1
Germida James Field-scale assessment of phytoremediation at a former oil tank battery in Bruderheim, Alberta Symposium 3.5.2
Gerzabek Martin Development of soil properties in a riverine floodplain with time - results from a chronosequence study in the national park Donau-Auen in Austria Symposium 1.3.2
Gerzabek Martin Interactions of organic pollutants with soil components investigated by means of molecular modelling Symposium 2.2.1
Ghadiri Hossein Carbon storage in remnant trees and soils of grazing lands in Queensland Division Symposium 2.2
Ghahreman Nozar Trend analysis of soil surface temperature in several regions of Iran Symposium 4.2.2
Ghanem Alaa Phytotoxicity Assay of Selected Plants to Pyrene Contaminated Soil Symposium 2.5.2
Ghani Anwar Effects of polyphenolic rich biomaterials on transformation of nitrogen in soils Symposium 2.2.2
Ghosh Subhadip Management of soil quality and carbon sequestration with long-term application of organic amendments Symposium 2.2.2
Ghoshal Nandita Impact of addition of various resource quality inputs on soil CO2 flux and C balance in a tropical dryland agroecosystem Congress Symposium 4
Gilichinsky David Soils of Mid and Low Antarctic: Diversity, Geography, Temperature Regimes Working Group 1.4
Gill Harnam Effects of Australian rice farming systems on soil organic carbon concentrations Division Symposium 3.2
Gill Jaikirat Singh Subsoil manuring with different organic manures increased canola yield in a dry spring Symposium 2.1.1
Gill Harnam Effects of soil sodicity on the germination, growth and productivity of Soybean (Glycine max) Symposium 3.1.2
Glasener Karl Citizen Scientists: Where science meets society � Soil Science Society of America efforts to inject science into policymaking Symposium 4.4.1
Godbersen Levke Comparison of in situ trace element concentration of soil water with concentration in aqueous extracts on a background concentration level Symposium 3.5.2
Golden Micheal Time for a Universal Soil Classification System Symposium 1.4.1
Golding Kirsty A. Micromorphological evidence for the use of urban waste as a soil fertiliser in and near to historic Scottish towns Symposium 4.5.1
Golding Kirsty The historical legacy of Anthrosols at Sandhavn, south Greenland Symposium 4.5.1
Gomes Costa Mirian Cristina Crops production in a fire-free system for land preparation in the northen Brazilian Amazon Symposium 3.3.1
Gomes Costa Mirian Cristina Short-term soil chemistry changes in a fire-free land use system for smallholdings in Brazilian Amazon Symposium 3.3.1
Gomez Melisa Pig slurry as organic fertiliser: a cooperative project Symposium 3.5.2
Goncalves Jose Ricardo Pupo Sustainable production of grains in Amazonian floodplain Symposium 1.1.1
Gonzalez-Barrios Jose L. Soil porosity affected by cattle trampling in highland agriculture of Northern Mexico Symposium 3.2.1
Gou Xiaomin Effects of Different Management Types on Soil Nutrients and Microbial Biomass of Moso Bamboo Forest Symposium 3.3.1
Goulding Keith Soil without plants: the consequences for microorganisms and mesofauna Symposium 2.3.1
Gourley Cameron Soil nutrient concentrations and variations on dairy farms in Australia Division Symposium 3.1
Goutal Noemie Impact of forest soil compaction on soil atmosphere composition Working Group 3.2
Grace Peter Nitrous oxide emissions from irrigated cotton soils of northern Australia Congress Symposium 4
Grace Peter The Australian nitrous oxide research program Congress Symposium 4
Graf Markus Distribution and stabilization of organic carbon in Danubian floodplain soils Division Symposium 2.1
Grafe Markus Chemistry of trace and heavy metals in bauxite residues (red mud) from Western Australia Symposium 2.4.2
Grant Cameron The matric flux potential as a measure of plant-available water in soils restricted by hydraulic properties alone Symposium 2.1.1
Grant Cynthia Impact of long-term application of phosphate fertilizer on cadmium accumulation in crops Symposium 3.5.1
Gray Jonathan Soil distribution relationships as revealed by a global soil database Symposium 1.3.1
Gray Jonathan Land management within capability, a NSW monitoring, evaluation and reporting project Symposium 3.1.1
Grealish Gerard Soil Fertility Evaluation in Negara Brunei Darussalam Symposium 3.1.1
Grealish Gerard Acid Sulfate Soil Toposequences in Wetlands of the Lower River Murray Working Group 3.1
Gredner Beke Effect of rice straw application on hydrolytic enzyme activities in Chinese paddy soils Symposium 2.5.1
Gregory Peter J. A history of rhizosphere research � roots to a solution Symposium 4.5.1
Griffin Ted Setting investment and monitoring priorities for soil condition in Australia � a challenge to soil information collaboration Congress Symposium 6
Grimaldi Michel Soil ecosystem services in Amazonian pioneer fronts: Searching for socioeconomic, landscape and biodiversity determinants Congress Symposium 2
Grunwald Sabine Synthesis of Knowledge on Soil Carbon Spatial Patterns across a Large Subtropical Soil-Landscape in Southern U.S. Working Group 1.3
Guagliardi Ilaria Assessment of lead contamination in urban soils in an area of southern Italy Symposium 3.5.1
Guber Andrey The Through Porosity of Soils as the Control of Hydraulic Conductivity Working Group 1.2
Gubiani Paulo Soil resistance to penetration under the dynamic and predictive perspective of restriction to crop yield Symposium 2.1.1
Guedes Rosa Forage Production for Smallholder Farmers in the Semi-Arid Region of Brazil Symposium 3.3.1
Guerra Fernando Soil attributes along an agricultural-forested gradient in a riparian zone Symposium 4.3.1
Guerrini Ira Influence of sewage sludge application in the recovery of a degraded quartzpisament Division Symposium 3.2
Guimaraes Edi Mendes Greywacke weathering under tropical climate: Chemical and mineralogical changes (examplefromcentral-Brazil) Symposium 1.1.1
Guinto Danilo Temporal Changes in Topsoil Qualities of Dairy Pasture and Maize Cropping Sites in the Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand Symposium 1.5.1
Guo Xiaomin Effects of balanced fertilization on bamboo's quality Working Group 3.2
Guong Vo Thi Effects of compost and lime amendment on soil acidity and N availability in acid sulfate soil Working Group 3.1
Guppy Christopher Predictive value of resin extraction to determine sulfur and phosphorus response of maize in a range of soils from the New England Tablelands of NSW, Australia Division Symposium 3.2
Gupta Vadakattu Crop rotation and fallowing can affect the functional resilience of microbial communities in a rainfed cropping system in southern Australia Symposium 2.2.2
Gupta Vadakattu Catabolic and genetic diversity of microbial communities in Australian soils are influenced by soil type and stubble management Symposium 2.3.2