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2004 Northeast Region NCSS Conference - Reports & Presentations

Tucker County, West Virginia
June 21 - 25, 2004


Technical Presentations

Forest Plan Revision Update for the Monongahela National Forest
By: David Ede, USDA-USFS, Elkins, WV

One Soil Scientist’s View: From the Fernow and Beyond
By: Dr. Mary Beth Adams, USDA-USFS, Parsons, WV

Update on Forest Soil Characterization in Appalachia
By: Anthony Jenkins, USDA-NRCS, Oak Hill, WV

Sugar Maple Decline in NE Forests
By: Dr. Steve Horsley, USDA-USFS, Warren, PA

Monitoring Water Table Depth using Locally Available Materials
By Dr. Mark Stolt, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

Using Iris Tubes to Measure Iron Reduction in Red Parent Material Hydric Soils
By: Dr. Marty Rabenhorst, University of Maryland, College Park , MD

Update from the NRCS National Cartographic and Geospatial Center
By: Nathan McCaleb, NRCS Soil Survey Support Branch, Ft. Worth, TX

Hydropedology and Modern Soil Survey
By: Dr. Henry Lin, Penn State University, University Park, PA

Surface Mine Reclamation in West Virginia
By: Dr. Jeff Skousen, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

Hillslope Hydrology Study
By: Dr. Pam Edwards, USDA-USFS, Parsons, WV

The Changing World of Providing Soil Information
By: Sharon Waltman, NRCS National Soil Survey Center, Lincoln, NE

Soil Phosphorus Retention in some Appalachian Soils
By: Dr. D. K. Bhumbla, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

Activities at Canaan Valley Institute
By: David Kinder, Canaan Valley Institute, Davis, WV

The I-95 Corridor, "A Region Apart"
By: Steve Carlisle, USDA-NRCS, Seneca, NY