Program of the COST 869 WG2 / WG3 meeting in Jokioinen, Finland, 14-16 June 2010

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Abstract - pdf First or presenting author - Country / Title
* * * * * * * * * Session 1. Novel methods – innovations, experiences, prospects
abs - pdf George O’Connor - USA (keynote speaker)
Amendments to control phosphorus mobility
Click here for a list of recent references by O'Connor et al. about this topic, with various links.
abs - pdf Deborah Ballantine - New Zealand (keynote speaker)
Methods for reducing agricultural nutrient loading and eutrophication: The New Zealand story
Click here for the NIWA-website with a link to a report entitled:
"New Zealand guidelines for constructed wetland treatment of tile drainage" [pdf, 27 MB].
* * * * * * * * * Session 2. Potential of phosphorus and nitrogen binding materials
abs - pdf Wim Chardon - The Netherlands
Testing phosphorus sorbing materials - results and questions about criteria
abs - pdf Risto Uusitalo - Finland
Phosphate retention/solubilization characteristics of industrially produced Ca–Fe oxide granules
abs - pdf Olav Eklund - Finland
Nanostructured Vermiculite – A new material for recycling ammonium from different types of polluted matters
* * * * * * * * * Session 3. Practical results for runoff, buffer zones and wetlands with new measures
abs - pdf Raymond Brennan - Ireland
Evaluation of chemical amendments to control soluble phosphorus losses from dairy cattle slurry
abs - pdf Jaana Uusi-Kämppä - Finland
A preliminary study on buffer zones amended with P-binding compounds
abs - pdf Barbro Ulén - Sweden
Structure liming and omitting ploughing as measures to reduce agricultural nutrient loading to surface waters
abs - pdf Anne Falk Øgaard - Norway
Phosphate adsorption on different filter materials
abs - pdf Pia Kynkäänniemi - Finland
Constructed wetland to mitigate P losses from hotspots in agricultural areas
abs - pdf Anne-Mari Ventelä - Finland
Winter-time nutrient load is challenging long-term water protection measures - urgent need for new tools
abs - n.a. * Marton Vona - Hungary
Possible solution for viable land use with environmentally sound agricultural production in the Koppány valley area, Hungary * DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES THIS PRESENTATION COULD NOT BE GIVEN
abs - pdf Clare Deasy - United Kingdom
Assessing the potential for using constructed wetlands as mitigation options for phosphorus and sediment within UK agriculture
abs - pdf Petri Ekholm - Finland
Does gypsum reduce phosphorus losses in an agricultural catchment?
* * * * * * * * * Session 4. More about catchments: measures on critical source areas
abs - pdf Daniel Fiala - Czech Republic
Shortfall of P budged in Orlík reservoir – statistical tryout among culprits with sparse data
abs - n.a. * Josef Hejzlar - Czech Republic
Sources, transport, and eutrophication potential of phosphorus in the catchment of drinking water reservoir Rímov, Czech Republic * DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES THIS PRESENTATION COULD NOT BE GIVEN
abs - pdf Micha Gebel - Germany
Evaluation of critical source areas to reduce nutrient loading from agriculture in river basins in Saxony, Germany
abs - pdf Jaroslav Antal - Slovakia
Reduction of groundwater pollution by nitrate-nitrogen with agrotechnical measures
abs - pdf Jeroen de Klein - The Netherlands
Balancing emission reduction measures and ecological water quality benefits; the river Dommel case
* * * * * * * * * Session 5. Remedies in water bodies
abs - pdf Jouni Lehtoranta - Finland
What to do with extra electrons – how combating eutrophication may affect mineralization pathways
abs - pdf Guido Waajen - The Netherlands
Application of Lanthanum-modified bentonite and flocculent reduces eutrophication in a lake
abs - pdf Bryan Spears - Scotland
Using Phoslock® to control cyanobacteria in a shallow eutrophic Scottish reservoir- ecological responses across multiple trophic levels
abs - pdf * Sebastian Meis - Scotland
Using Phoslock® to control cyanobacteria in a shallow eutrophic Scottish reservoir - assessing its impact on sediment phosphorus pools
* NOTE: some unpublished results have been removed from the presentation;
see: S. Meis et al. (2012) J. Environ. Monit. 93:185-193. DOI:0.1016/j.jenvman.2011.09.015

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Posters presented
(in alphabetic order of #presenting author)
abs - pdf Teresa Borda / #Luisella Celi - Italy
Release of P from soil and suspended solids to assess the real risk of eutrophication
abs - pdf Gheorghe Purnavel / #Daniela Dana - Romania
Protection of hill lakes through erosion control works
abs - pdf Sara De Bolle - Belgium
Can phosphate solubilising bacteria be of use on phosphate saturated soils?
abs - pdf Juho-Matti Hämäläinen - Finland
Gypsum effects on soil characteristics and phosphorus sorption
abs - pdf Karin Johannesson - Sweden
Phosphorus dynamics and retention in non-point source wetlands in southern Sweden
abs - pdf Charlotte Kjaergaard - Denmark
Sustainable phosphorus remediation and recycling technologies in the landscape
abs - n.a. Jukka Koski-Vähälä - Finland
Modelling of the effects of phosphorus load in Iisalmi Route
abs - n.a. Harri Lilja - Finland
Erosion mapping with Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) and RUSLE – method testing at experimental plots and farmers’ fields
abs - pdf Maria Martin - Italy
Potential phosphorus and arsenic release in dispersed particulate form from Bangladesh rice fields
abs - pdf Aaro Närvänen - Finland
Reduction of phosphorus load from critical source areas using a ferric sulphate dozer
abs - pdf Pertti Vakkilainen / #Maija Paasonen - Finland
Nutrient transport from different subsurface drainage systems on clay soil
abs - pdf Liisa Pietola - Finland
Gypsum effects on percolated water characteristics at various soil P status
abs - n.a. * Jorge Pinheiro - Portugal
Characterization and strategies for the control of eutrophication in the Furnas watershed (Azores – Portugal)
abs - pdf Kirsi Saarijärvi - Finland
Surface Runoff Simulator (SIMU) hastens the research on phosphorus losses from grassland
Click here for extra information.
abs - pdf Piotr Skowron - Poland
Acidification as a controlling factor for the content of active forms of nutrients in soil
abs - pdf Dimitranka Stoicheva - Bulgaria
Agricultural practice and nitrogen leaching in a field experiment: Risk analyses using the NLEAP model
abs - pdf Karin Tonderski - Sweden
Assessing the effect of constructed wetlands on non-point source nitrogen removal
abs - pdf Risto Uusitalo - Finland
Rainfall simulations of Jokioinen clay soils amended with gypsum to decrease soil losses and associated P transfer
abs - pdf Pasi Valkama - Finland
Applying on-line monitoring for quantification of diffuse load