Posters will be displayed in the catering area for the duration of the symposium. Authors must print their posters A0 size (84.1cm wide x 118.9cm high) in portrait orientation.  Landscape posters will not be accommodated at the venue.  Please see below for schedule of poster presentation sessions, authors are expected to stand by their poster during their designated session to answer questions from delegates.


Onsite: Poster authors should bring their printed posters to the symposium venue and attach them to the board numbered for their poster.  Materials for affixing posters to boards will be provided onsite.  Posters will be displayed for the duration of the symposium from Sunday 6th October to Thursday 10th October.  Be sure to remove your posters on Thursday prior to your departure.  Any posters remaining once the symposium concludes will be disposed of.

POSTER SESSION 1: 1520-1550 MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER

C SEQUESTRATION – OPPORTUNITIES, COSTS, TRADE-OFFS

Soils are increasingly being looked to as a potentially important tool in our efforts to offset emissions and reduce our impacts on the global climate. However, such a concept is hotly contested. Here, the latest research assessing the opportunities and impacts of such strategies will be discussed.

01 The response of soil carbon to no-till depends on climate Dr Denis Angers
02 Dynamics of soil carbon sequestration in tropical and temperate agricultural systems (DSCATT) Dr Isabelle Bertrand
03 Forest conversion effects on SOM composition: Disentangling effects of parent material and litter input chemistry Olaf Brock
04 What change does the quantity of root mass and seasonality make to soil organic carbon? Ivanah Oliver
05 Enhancing soil carbon and nitrogen storage with sheep grazing in dryland cropping sequences Dr Upendra Sainju
06 Reducing GHGs emission and promoting SOC sequestration in the croplands of Huang-Huai-Hai Plain, China: A simulation study Dr Guocheng Wang
07 Carbon sequestration as soil organic and inorganic carbon in the agricultural land of Northern China: A review and perspective Prof. Xiujun Wang
08 Influences of organic amendment and phosphorus fertilization on soil organic and inorganic carbon in a saline-alkali paddy of the Yellow River Delta Prof. Xiujun Wang
09 Quality of soil organic matter affected by long-term organic manure input rather than synthetic fertilizer Prof. Xueyun Yang
10 Carbon Connects: A European project on changing traditional high GHG emitting peatland management practices to sustainable low carbon alternatives Prof. Emiel Elferink
11 The effects of long term no-tillage on the chemical composition of soil organic matter Zhangliu Du
12 Higher depletion of soil carbon stock by liming in maize cropping upland soil Prof. Piljoo Kim, Jeonggu Lee
13 Corncob-derived low-pyrolysis temperature biochar protects soil organic (C) and improves C use efficiency and soil quality of semi-arid climate alkaline soil Dr Muhammad Riaz
14 Links between soil carbon sequestration, root elongation rate and functional traits in 12 herbaceous species Lorenzo Rossi
15 Grazing into the future: Building soil carbon using perennial pasture species Dr Zakaria Solaiman
16 Biochar effects on native soil carbon stocks five years after application Dr Xinliang Dong
17 The Home Field Advantage theory could be used for carbon sequestration and forest management? Dr Nicholas Valette

IMPACTS OF FIRE AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION THROUGH SOM RECOVERY

Remediation and restoration practices can often focus on the role of SOM in the success of these activities. An increasingly common phenomenon of wildfire also impacts on SOM content and chemistry. This session presents an opportunity to share research that demonstrates the role that SOM plays in successful land remediation and restoration, and to understand the impacts of fire on SOM.

18 Unravelling the climate-soil-management interaction to explore SOM in the Brigalow Belt bioregion, Queensland, Australia Dr Diane Allen
19 Influence of no-tilled organic farming system with cover crops on soil organic matter and weed control Dr Jung-lai Cho
20 Integrating promising legume cover crop in conservation agriculture practices significantly improve wheat and soil productivity in Tigray, Ethiopian highlands Dr Gebreyohannes Girmay
21 Trialing recycled organics materials (compost) to improve soils in the beef industry – North Coast NSW Kelvin Langfield
22 Arsenic mitigation and soil health improvement by using Biochar as a organic amendment Nashir Uddin Mahmud
23 Pattern of soil organic matter content in reclaimed tide lands with different reclamation time in Korea Dr Jin-hee Ryu
24 Pattern of organic residue decomposition in saline soils of Bangladesh Dr Mohammad Ekram Ul Haque

THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL VALUE OF SOM AND THE UN SDGS

The fact that SOM delivers multiple ecosystem services is well known. However, there remains a dearth of quantitative information on the value of these services to land managers, agriculture, and broader society, necessary in order to implement the UN SDGs. This session aims to draw together information that elucidates the short- and long-term value of SOM, and the impacts of building or losing this resource on society’s ability to meet the requirements of the SDGs.

25 Soil organic carbon fractions under smallholder farmer conservation agriculture in Eastern and Southern Africa Stuart Irvine-Brown
26 Farmers, advisers and researchers’ perceptions of soil organic matter Dr Nathan Robinson

THE LIVING PART OF SOM – MICROBES, MICROFAUNA, MESOFAUNA, MACROFAUNA

Soils are the most complex ecosystem on the planet, and the biological component of them is hugely influential on SOM processes. Presentations are invited which describe the latest research in the field of soil biology and its interactions with SOM.

27 Soil microbial activity and nutrient dynamics with soil depth, under mixed tree species environmental plantings in NSW, Australia Apsara Amarasinghe
28 Mineral regulations on microbial necromass accumulation efficiency in soils Yue Cai
29 Spatial and temporal evolution of detritusphere hotspots at different soil moistures Prof. Claire Chenu
30 Spatial variation of earthworm communities and soil organic carbon in temperate agroforestry Prof. Claire Chenu
31 Biological factors controlling soil carbon sequestration after organic amendments in agricultural soils  in Zambia (Africa) Toru Hamamoto
32 Relationship between soil microbial diversity and its carbon use efficiency under different land-use in Tanzania Hana Kobayashi
33 Impacts of aridity on soil organic matter and microbial communities using phospholipid fatty acid techniques Athina Puccini
34 Impacts of biostimulants on soil biological properties and nutrient content of wheat Jenendra Wadduwage
35 Soil amino acids on association converted to peptide-polypeptide and protein part of humic molecules during humification process Dr Sanjib Kar

POSTER SESSION 2: 1500-1530 TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER

RAPID AND HIGH RESOLUTION TECHNIQUES

Over the past decades, the capabilities of instrumentation has increased rapidly both in resolution and throughput. Here we explore the opportunities and discoveries made possible as a result of rapid spectral techniques backed by modern chemometric approaches, and the new discoveries made possible through the application of high-resolution mass spectrometry, synchrotron, and other cutting edge techniques

36 Aluminium-DOM precipitation: A high resolution mass spectrometry (LC-QTOF-MS) study Olaf Brock
37 Subsoil management in agricultural soil: Visualizing the impacts on soil organic carbon stocks and distribution by hyperspectral imaging and machine learning algorithms Dr Julien Guigue
38 Evaluation of soil organic matter stability by Rock-Eval pyrolysis – Influence of organic content and texture on measured parameters Dr Katell Quenea
39 Utilizing rapid spectral techniques to assess impacts of agriculture on soil function in pacific soils Dr Uta Stockmann
40 Field testing labile soil organic carbon using potassium permanganate in tropical soils Dr Wipawan Thaymuang
41 Introducing analytical results database (ARDB): Intuitive database management, data visualisation and quality control Dr Lutz Lange
42 Characterization of soil humic acid reacting with calcium ion and its application Dr Baohua Xiao
43 22-years long-term fertilizations increase soil organic carbon and alter its chemical composition in three wheat/maize cropping sites across central to south China Prof. Xinhua He
44 Strategies to improve the prediction of organic carbon in bulk soil and fractions from a target region using an existing national mid-IR library Dr Jeff Baldock
45 Nanoscale chemical imaging of organo-mineral fractions of an andosol (La Martinique, France) Dr Isabelle Basile-Soelsch
46 Plant residues and fungal growth as drivers for microaggregate formation in the detritusphere Dr Alix Vidal

IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND LAND USE ON SOM

Climate change may impact SOM directly through changed temperature and moisture regimes, and indirectly through changed vegetation assemblages or land management practices. This session aims to draw together new research on how SOM responds to these impacts, with a particular focus on potential tipping points where resistance to change may be overwhelmed.

47 Short-term effects of re-grazing on soil microorganisms and biogeochemistry at a long-term abandoned alpine pasture Dr Alix Vidal
48 The role of Ectomycorrhizal fungi mediating soil organic matter mineralisation: Impacts of N availability and CO2 conditions Dr Yolima Carrillo
49 Leaf litter decomposition of adjacent natural broadleaf and Japanese cedar forests in the mid-elevation mountain area, Xitou, Taiwan Dr Chiou Pin Chen
50 Soil organic and inorganic carbon distribution in soil as influenced by land uses in degraded saline land of Northwest India Dr Ashim Datta
51 Combined biomarker analysis and inversed modelling for the environmental reconstruction of the Beerberg peatland sequence (Thuringia, Germany) Dr Sylvie Derenne
52 Does grazing intensity affects organic matter of  a Subtropical Oxisol under integrated crop-livestock system? Prof. Deborah Dick
53 Humus build-up in Frisian agricultural soils, towards a certificate trading scheme Prof. Emiel Elferink
54 Effect of detritus input change on microorganisms in forest soils Dr István Fekete
55 Warming depleted the δ13CO2 values of soil respiration and accelerated the loss of the light fraction of SOC Prof. Chunsheng Hu
56 Vegetation and precipitation shifts interact with soil depth to change dryland carbon and nitrogen storage Dr David Huber
57 Change in physical properties of forest soils in a long-term experiment of detritus input and removal treatment Dr Katalin Juhos
58 Changes in soil organic carbon over 24 years depending on plant cover and weather conditions Dr Karin Kauer
59 TeaComposition: Effect of organic matter manipulation on a tea leaf litter decomposition experiment in a deciduous forest Dr Zsolt Kotroczó
60 Soil properties predict greenhouse gas fluxes and their temperature sensitivities in three land-cover types near Sydney, Australia Dr Elise Pendall
61 Temperature sensitivity of soil organic carbon decomposition and priming across a productivity gradient in Australian eucalypt forests Dr Elise Pendall
62 Bioclimatic factors associated with soil organic carbon accrual in subtropical Indo-gangetic croplands of Nepal Roshan Babu Ojha
63 The hydrophobicity characteristics and IR spectra of tropical peat soil: Case study of land use change in ex mega rice project Kalimantan Dony Rachmandi
64 Monitoring grassland management effects on soil organic carbon – a matter of scale Dr Cornelia Rumpel
65 Effect of 50-year term different crop rotations on soil organic matter Lina Skinuliene
66 Soil organic carbon stock under the different land use types in kersa sub watershed Dr Yared Mulat Tefera
67 Organic amendments combined with chemical fertilizers improves soil organic matter and crop yields under rice-based intensive cropping systems Dr Sohela Akhter
68 The effects of long-term nitrogen addition on the composition and sequestration of SOM in a boreal forest Dr Shun Hasegawa
69 Dynamics of soil humus formation under different agricultural systems A/Prof. Zita Kriaučiūnienė
70 Impact of land use on soil organic carbon stock in gibbsic ferralsols of Maré, Loyalty Island (New Caledonia) Dr Audrey Leopold
71 Changes in SOC content in a long term field experiment with different N rates Prof. Milan Mesic
72 Soil type and residue incorporation (tillage) affects the climate change mitigation potential of grassland soils Elaine Mitchell
73 Impact of irrigation on soil carbon and nitrogen stocks Dr Paul Mudge
74 Simulation in the changes in soil C and N stocks with the use and cover in a transitional Amazonian-Cerrado forest environment Prof. Teogenes Oliveira
75 Carbon dynamics in soils: Evolution of organo-mineral interactions after a forest to vineyard transition Solène Quero
76 Temporal and spatial variation of soil organic matter and soil acidity in surface soils under rice-based intensive farming in floodplain soils Md Noor E Alam Siddique
77 Vertical pattern and its driving factors in soil EEA and stoichiometry along mountain grassland belts Prof. Wei Wang
78 Effects of nitrogen loss on SOC decomposition and its regulation by temperature and moisture Xiaodong Yao
79 LIFE Nadapta: Considering soils vulnerability and resilience in a regional adaptation strategy of agriculture to the effects of climate change. Rodrigo Antón
80 Examining correlations between organic carbon chemistry and δ15N abundance in soils across an aridity gradient Janine McGowan, Steve Szarvas
81 Carbon sequestration and stabilization in a 40-year agronomic long-term experiment Dr Markus Steffens

GOING DOWNUNDER: DEEP SOM DYNAMICS

Possibly seen as the last frontier, SOM in subsoils is far less studied than its surface counterparts. Here, we seek presentations that highlight recent advances in this area and which draw parallels with and highlight differences between processes in surface soils.

82 Organic carbon decomposition rates with depth under an agroforestry system in a calcareous soil Prof. Claire Chenu
83 Changes in microbial biomass, community composition and diversity, and functioning with soil depth in two alpine ecosystems on the Tibetan Plateau Tianle Xu
84 Organic manure input not benefit for inorganic carbon accumulation in semiarid cropland Prof. Shulan Zhang
85 N and P co-limitation of carbon turnover in a clayey loam very deep subsoil Leanne Peixoto

POSTER SESSION 3: 1500-1530 WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER

ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE AND FUNCTION OF SOM

SOM performs many ecosystem services in both natural and managed systems, yet mechanisms involved in its interaction with other biophysical processes such as nutrient cycling, water retention, structural stability remain difficult to fully elucidate. This session provides a forum in which research addressing these underlying questions, and the impacts they have on broader ecosystem processes can be presented.

86 Biochar activation by co-application with manure into the soil Martin Brtnicky
87 Relationships between SOM and nitrogen availability Thomas Carter
88 Climate and soil type effects on crop residue decomposition Dr Denis Curtin
89 Methodology to predict nitrogen mineralisation in agricultural soils in New Zealand Dr Mike Beare
90 Changes in chemical and thermal indices of soil organic matter stability with time – method validation using a controlled incubation study Dr Adam Gillespie
91 Appraisal of legume cover crops for conservation agriculture in Tigray, northern Ethiopian highlands Dr Gebreyohannes Girmay
92 Changes in soil properties and possibilities of reducing environmental risks due to the application of biological activators in conditions of very heavy soils Dr Oldrich Latal
93 Topsoil water repellence increased early wheat growth and nutrition Simon Yeap
94 Crop straw retain increases soil organic matter content in a wheat-maize rotation system Dr Yuming Zhang
95 Nitrogen mineralization related to light-fraction and hot-water extractable carbon in pasture and cropping soils Tord Ranheim Sveen
96 Soil organic matter distribution governed by aggregation and decoupled from clay content Steffen Schweizer
97 Microhabitat-associated hot spots and hot moments of nitrous oxide emissions (N2O) from floodplain soils Dr Muhammad Riaz

STOICHIOMETRY – DOES IT MATTER?

Elemental stoichiometry has been a centrepiece of ecological theory for over 80 years, and forms a central part of many studies into SOM and the models that describe them. Here, we invite talks that explicitly explore relationships between nutrients and SOM processes.

98 Acceleration in N cycling controlled by aggregate size, moisture, substrate quality and phosphorus fertilization in floodplain soil Dr Muhammad Riaz
99 Nutrient availability drives carbon storage in particulate vs. mineral-associated organic matter in Antarctic soils A/Prof. Carsten W. Mueller
100 Carbon and nitrogen recycling from microbial necromass to cope with C:N stoichiometric imbalance by priming Dr Zhenke Zhu, Dr Tida Ge
101 Does soil organic matter stoichiometry varied with agricultural practices on the long-term? Dr Isabelle Bertrand
102 Soil carbon and nutrient dynamics in high and low fertility pasture soils following cultivation Elizabeth C Coonan
103 Utilising organic nitrogen: Can plants produce protease enzymes from their roots? Lucy Greenfield
104 Wheat-derived SOC accumulates more than its maize counterpart in nutrients supplied wheat-maize cropping system Dr Xinliang Dong

SOM, MODELLING, AND DATA SCIENCE

Simulation models describing SOM dynamics have been around for decades, and perform roles at levels ranging from the molecular and microbial scale through to global carbon accounts and climate predictions. Recent advances in computing capacity, data availability, and our understanding of biophyiscal processes have led to huge leaps forward in our capability to model across scales. Here, we provide opportunity for recent advances in modelling and data sciences associated with SOM research to be presented.

105 Plant biomass inputs and soil organic carbon dynamics in woodlands and pastures of central Queensland Stuart Irvine-Brown
106 Measurement and modelling-induced discrepancies in the long-term contribution of root and added biomass to carbon sequestration in a permanent grassland soil Dr Mohammad Ibrahim Khalil
107 The methodology for farm-scale modelling for spatio-temporal prediction of soil carbon sequestration under climate change Emeritus Professor Lynette Abbott
108 Long-term effects of straw removal on soil carbon dynamics in sugarcane cropping systems in south-central Brazil Dr Ricardo Bordonal

TRANSPORT OF SOM THROUGH LANDSCAPES

Desposition and loss of SOM through erosion and leaching processes can have significant impacts at the local, landscape, and global scale. Here, we seek presentations detailing the latest research into the movement of SOM at any or all of these scales.

109 Soil organic matter distribution in a floodplain forest Dr Mark Farrell

ORGANIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: THE ROLE OF RECYCLED “WASTES”

As organic resource recovery and cycling increase across the globe, organic “wastes” such as biosolids, composts and digestates are increasingly being applied to soils. Here, we discuss the challenges and opportunities such resource streams pose, and how their interactions with soil differ from those of SOM.

110 Influence of organic amendment, tillage method and crop system on soil organic matter and soil microbial properties in newly organic corn cultivation field Dr Nan-Hee An
111 Biochar produced from water hyacinth in different pyrolysis temperatures as potential P fertlizer Prof. Deborah Dick
112 Influence of compost and biochar amendments on soil properties and maize yield under tropical conditions Dr Thuy Doan
113 Optimum input of Vermifilter system in swine wastewater treatment under tropical condition Dr Thuy Doan
114 Circular use of local biomass for soil fertility in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf Prof. Emiel Elferink
115 Upcycling domestic food waste: Optimising success for the home composter Sally Harrison
116 Does animal manure application improve soil aggregation? Insights from nine long-term fertilization experiments Dr Zichun Guo, Prof. Xinhua Peng
117 Carbon and nitrogen mineralization dynamics of lignite amended manure during incubation with soil Robert Impraim
118 Organic amendment and soil fertility status in rice-based cropping systems in Bangladesh Dr Aminul Islam
119 Seasonal changes in soil bacterial processes associated with C and N cycling in dairy pasture after application of compost and manure Ian Waite
120 Microalgae and phototrophic purple bacteria for nutrient recovery from agri-industrial effluents; influences on plant growth, rhizosphere bacteria, and putative C & N cycling genes Dr Sasha Jenkins
121 Changes of soil organic carbon in paddy soils from sixty-five years fertilization experiments Dr Myung-sook Kim
122 Evaluation of decay rate when reed reduction(Phragmites communis Trin ) for organic matter improvement in Saemangeum reclaimed land Yang-yeol Oh
123 Formulation and evaluation of organo-mineral fertilizer pellets for soil and plant nutrition in low-carbon soil Prof. Braj Kishore Singh
124 Towards more efficient carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in European agricultural soils: Circular Agronomics program Dr Alix Vidal
125 Impact of organic amendments on plant biomass and carbon transfer in the soil Dr Alix Vidal
126 Contributions of residue-C/-N to plant growth and SOM pools under planted and unplanted conditions Prof. Bingzi Zhao
127 Short-term decomposition, turnover and retention of residue-derived carbon are influenced by the fertility level in a sandy loam soil Prof. Anning Zhu
128 The effect of lignite and modified coal on nitrogen loss from broiler litter Brendon Costello
128 Unexpected high mitigation of methane emission via short-term aerobic digestion of cover crop biomass before flooding in rice paddy Hyeon Ji Song
130 Transformation of corn stalk residue to humus like substances during solid state fermentation with Trichoderma reesei Prof. Dou Sen

 

SOIL ORGANIC MATTER

7th International Symposium
Soil Organic Matter

6 – 11 October 2019

Hilton Adelaide

Adelaide, South Australia

Australia

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