Adaptability of Agriculture and Conservation Systems in a Changing Environment
10th International Symposium on Agriculture and the Environment
May 23-27, 2016
Stewart Center, Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Our environment continues to evolve, as factors such as global climate change and atmospheric warming alter local weather and growing conditions for agricultural crops. To some extent increasing carbon dioxide levels and higher temperatures may enhance plant growth, but other factors such as more variable and extreme precipitation events, flooding, drought, and excessively high temperatures may act to diminish crop production. This tenth International Symposium on Agriculture and the Environment seeks to provide a forum for scientists to present new research on environmental studies, agricultural research, processes of soil erosion by wind and water, conservation policies, and innovative practices to preserve and protect the soil, water, and air resources while at the same time providing for a sustainable agriculture.
1. Mitigation of and adaptation to climate change (Climate Smart Agriculture)
2. Soil conservation under climate change, and effect of extreme weather events
3. Modeling effects of climate change on agriculture and forestry
4. Sediment and water source fingerprinting & measurement techniques
5. Agricultural water conservation and water resources utilization
6. Future sustainability of healthy soils for agricultural production
7. Soils and diffuse pollution, and pollution control
8. Use of the concept of connectivity to assess water and sediment transfers
9. New technologies for agro-environmental studies
10. Risk assessment and environmental management
11. Science policy interface on biodiversity and ecosystem services
Meeting extended abstracts published online at Purdue e-Pubs on August 12, 2016 at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/agroenviron/2016/
Dennis Flanagan (chair) USDA-ARS Email: email@example.com
Bernard Engel Purdue University Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chi-hua Huang USDA-ARS Email: email@example.com
Darrell Norton USDA-ARS (retired) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 24, 2015 1st Announcement
Abstract submission site Abstract submissions closed on March 15, 2016.
March 15, 2016 Abstract submission closes
April 1, 2016 Early/author registration deadline & extended abstract / paper submission deadline
April 15, 2016 Author notification
April 26, 2016 - Preliminary program released
May 11, 2016 Program sent to be printed. Printed program is here.
May 19, 2016 Final program posted online
May 23, 2016 Pre-conference workshops & reception
May 24-27, 2016 Symposium
August 12, 2016 Meeting extended abstracts published online at Purdue e-Pubs
Donald Gabriels - Belgium
Gunay Erpul - Turkey
Saskia Visser - Netherlands
Eusebio Ventura Mexico
Frederic Darboux - France
Fenli Zheng China
Alfredo De Campos Brazil
Deyanira Lobo - Venezuela
Andreas Klik Austria
John Quinton - UK
Thomas Cochrane New Zealand
Hasan Ozturk Turkey
Bofu Yu Australia
John Zhang USA
Jose Gomez Spain
Carlos Mello Brazil
P.C. Abhilash India
Julio Alegre Orihuela Peru
This meeting was held concurrently with the 7th International Symposium on Gully Erosion (7th ISGE), with cross-over registration privileges and combined mid-week tour. The meetings were jointly hosted by the USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, and the Purdue University Departments of Agricultural & Biological Engineering and Agronomy. Conference facilities, lodging, and meeting registration were provided through Purdue.
The 1st Announcement for AgroEnviron 2016 in Adobe Acrobat PDF format is here.
The 2nd Announcement for AgroEnviron 2016 in Adobe Acrobat PDF format is here.
The 3rd Announcement for AgroEnviron 2016 in Adobe Acrobat PDF format is here.
The printed Program for AgroEnviron 2016 in Adobe Acrobat PDF format is here.
The 2nd Announcement for the Gully Erosion symposium is here.
The printed program for the Gully Erosion symposium is here.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference chair, Dennis Flanagan, at email@example.com.
The USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, on the campus of Purdue University.
Commencement ceremonies at Purdue University, on the Engineering Mall occurring every May (August, and December also).
Aerial view of part of the Purdue University campus, with the main administration building, Hodve Hall on the left and the Engineering Mall in the center. Ross-Ade football stadium is visible at the top left of the picture.
The Purdue Memorial Union, which is adjacent to the Stewart Center where the conference will be held.