IPW7

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Documentation from the 7th International Phosphorus Workshop (IPW7)

Special issue

The special issue from the IPW7 conference has been published in Ambio (Springer). All 14 papers are published as open-acess.

AMBIO, Volume 44, Supplement 2. February 2015. Special Issue. Future agriculture with minimized phosphorus losses to waters. DOI 10.1007/s13280-014-0162-x
Editors: Lars Bergström, Helena Aronsson, Faruk Djodjic and Barbro Ulén.
http://link.springer.com/journal/13280/44/2/suppl/page/1

Book of abstracts

You can download the book of abstracts as a pdf here. (The printed version from August 20, 2013)

Programme and power point presentations

Monday September 9

14:00-14:45: Registration and coffee

14:45-16:30: Opening Introduction 

  • Keynote: Andrew Sharpley (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click hereFuture agriculture with minimized phosphorus losses to waters

16:30-18.00: Welcome Reception at SLU Garden (Kunskapsträdgården)

Tuesday September 10

8:30-9:00: Poster session

9:00-9:30 Theme 1: Phosphorus management in a changing world 

  • Keynote: Oscar Schoumans (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

9:30-10:15

  • M. Futter, J. Crossman, P.G. Whitehead Climate proofing phosphorus management: a model based assessment of tradeoffs and uncertainties (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Marc Stutter, C. Shand, T. George, M. Blackwell, L. Dixon, R. Bol, R. MacKay, A. Richardson, L. Condron L, B. Turner, P. Haygarth Are dual goals of increasing P availability to crops and increasing soil C mutually exclusive? (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Paul Withers, R. Sylvester-Bradley, A.C. Edwards, D.L. Jones Why do we still sprinkle salts on the soil: phosphorus? (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

10:15-10:45: Coffee

10:45-11:15 Theme 2: Transport pathways of Phosphorus from soil to water

  • Keynote: Christian Stamm Transport pathways of P from soil to water (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

11:15-12:00

  • Barbara Cade-Menun, S. Baker-Ismail, D. Barrett, G. Bell, Y. Fouli, K. Hodder, D.W. McMartin, C. Perez-Valdiva, K. Wu Phosphorus forms and concentrations in snow melt runoff from Saskatchewan cropland and pasture
  • Helen Jarvie, A.N. Sharpley, J.V. Brahana, T. Simmons, A.J. Lawlor Multi-element hydrochemical signatures to explore pathways and attenuation of phosphorus in karst terrain
  • Per-Erik Mellander, A.R. Melland, P. Jordan, P.N.C. Murphy, G. Shuttle Catchment integrated phosphorus transfer pathways within the agricultural landscape (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

Pause

12:15-12:45 Theme 3: Monitoring, modeling and risk assessment at different scales

  • Keynote: Marianne Bechmann (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

12:45-13:30

  • Faruk Djodjic Integrating scales –distributed, high-resolution modeling of erosion and phosphorus losses (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)
  • Caroline Van der Salm, I.G.A.M. Noij, W.M. Appels, H.T.L. Combining modeling and direct measurement to quantify nutrient surface runoff from flat fields (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Carl Bolster, P. Vadas  Incorporating uncertainty analysis in a field-scale P loss model (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

13:30-15:00: Lunch + poster session

15:00-17:30: Workshops in thematic groups

Wednesday September 11

8:30-9:00: Poster session

9:00-9:30 Theme 4: The importance of manure and cropping systems for Phosphorus management

  • Keynote: Paul Withers (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

9:30-10:15

  • Yanan Tong Changes of soil fertility parameters and nutrient balance in the irrigated area of southern loess plateau, China (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here) 
  • Thijs Vanden Nest, B. Vandecasteele, G. Ruysschaert, T. D'Hose, M. Cougnon, R. Merckx, D. Reheul Long-term effect of various fertilizing strategies on soil organic carbon, crop yield, soil P availability and potential P leaching (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Dalel Abdi, B.J. Cade-Menun, N. Ziadi, L.E. Parent Long term impact of tillage practices and P fertilization on soil P forms as determined by 31P-NMR (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

10:15-10:45: Coffee

10:45-11:15 Theme 5: Identification of appropriate mitigation measures for reduction of Phosphorus losses

  • Keynote: Risto Uusitalo Identification of appropriate mitigation measures for reduction of P losses – are chemical methods a viable option to curb P losses during the transport phase?

11:15-12:00

  • Saara Kirjalainen (née Hirvonen), P. Ekholm, E. Jaakkola, P. Valkama, M. Kiirikki, K. Lahti, S. Luomanperä Gypsum amendment of soils as a mitigation measure for reduction of phosphorus losses in an agricultural catchment – effects and duration (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Leo Condron, E.M. Harris, T.J. Clough Impact of biochar amendment on phosphorus retention by riparian soil (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Gry Lyngsie, C.J. Penn, O.K. Borggaard, H.C.B. Hansen Sorbent for phosphate removal from agricultural drainage water (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

Pause

12:15-12:45 Theme 6: Implementation of mitigation strategies to reduce Phosphorus losses

  • Keynote: Andrew Sharpley (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

12:45-13:30

  • Douglas Smith The effects of conservation practices on phosphorus losses from row crop agriculture in the St Joseph river watershed, USA (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Jehangir Bhadha, S. Daroub, T. Lang Implementation and verification of BMPs to reduce farm P loads: A long-term collaborative effort (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Katarina Kyllmar, S. Andersson, A. Aurell-Svensson, F. Djodjic, E. Ekre, J. Gustafsson, A. Heeb, J. Malgeryd, L. Stjernman Forsberg, B. Ulén Identifying P loss risk and appropriate mitigation measures at farm level in co-operation between farmers and agricultural advisers (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

13:30-15:00: Lunch + poster session

15:00-17:30: Workshops in thematic groups

19:00: Conference Dinner in central Uppsala

Thursday September 12

7:30-18:00 Excursion: Parallel field trips, A-D

Friday September 13

8:30-9:00

  • Astrid Oberson, C. Bonvin, S.A. Nanzer, F. Tamburini, B. Etter, K.M. Udert, E. Frossard  (Theme 1) Plant uptake of phosphorus recycled from human urine and sewage sludge ashes
  • Dries Verheyen, N. Van Gaelen, B. Ronchi, F. Vandevenne, G. Govers, R. Merckx, O. Batelaan, E. Struyf, J. Diels (Theme 2) Transport of dissolved organic phosphorus (DOP) from soil to surface water on different land uses (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)  

9:00-9:30

  • Noura Ziadi, A.J. Messiga, C. Jouany, P. Virkajärvi, R. Suomela, S. Sinaj, G. Bélanger, C. Stroia, C. Morel (Theme 3) Phosphorus budget as a tool to monitor soil P changes under grasslands  
  • Tom Sims, P.N.C. Murphy, D. Wall. (Theme 4Managing legacy soil phosphorus to sustain agriculture and protect water (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

9:30-10:15

  • Martin Blackwell, R.A. Matthews, T. Darch, A.L. Collins (Theme 5) Phosphate saturation in riparian buffer strips  (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here
  • Dennis Collentine, H. Johnsson, K.Persson, H. Markensten, P. Larsson (Theme 6) The comparative cost efficiency of three buffer zone programs to reduce phosphorus losses in a small Swedish catchment (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)
  • Petri Ekholm, J. Lehtoranta, S. Wahlström (Theme 3Simulating the release of soil phosphorus in sulphidic sediments (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here)

10:15-10:45: Coffee

10:45-11:30: Poster session

11:30-13:00: Concluding presentation and discussion (For ppt presentation in pdf format, please click here

13:00: Lunch (take away) 

Posters

A compilation of many of the posters of the conference are available here.

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