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    Network on Recycling of Agricultural Municipal 

          and Industrial Residues in Agriculture

15th International conference

Versailles, 2013

Scientific program

Environmental impacts of recycling  of organic residues in agriculture
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  • Oral Presentations

S2.01. Quantification of Trace Elements fluxes (As, Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn) into agricultural fields amended with pig slurry
S2.02. Long-term compost amendment of a Mediterranean agricultural soil.  Part II: Assessment of heavy metals and nitrates contamination risk for soil, groundwater and crops
S2.03. Combining X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) and diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT) to probe speciation and dynamic of heavy metals in soils amended with organic wastes
S2.04. Negative externalities of intensive use of organic wastes products on two tropical soils in the context of urban agriculture in the region of Dakar
S2.05. Dynamic of organic micropollutants during anaerobic digestion of sewage slude: link between characterization of slude compartment and localizarion of micropollutans in sludge compartments
S2.06. The COP-SOIL model for mineralization and bioavailability of organic micropollutants during composts decomposition in soil
S2.07. Mineralization in an alkaline soil treated with sewage sludge with and without lime
S2.08. Measures to mitigate nitrogen and phosphorous losses can reduce the risk of disease transmission from manure
S2.09. The detection and enumeration of zoonotic pathogens in agricultural effluents
S2.10. Modelling cattle exposure to Salmonella in pasture after application of organic fertiliser
S2.11. Microbiological and toxicological qualities of Solanum macrocarpon Linn (Solanaceae) cultivated with chicken’s manure and water of marsh in Cotonou (Benin)
S2.12. Persistence of fluoroquinolones and of ciprofloxacin resistant Enterobacteriacae in soil after poultry manure application
S2.13. Impact of the spreading of urban waste on agricultural soil bacterial communities in the periphery of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
S2.14. Evaluation of gaseous pollutants arising from slurry containing recycled plasterboard
S2.15. Greenhouse gas emissions after soil application of fresh, composted or biocharred manure
S2.16.How does the timing and form of organic fertiliser application affect greenhouse gas emissions from arable soil?
S2.17Modelling the carbon and nitrogen balances from energy crops in Denmark: Effect of crop types, soil, climate, residues management, initial carbon level and turnover time
S2.18.Long term assessment of the dual manure steam concept for improving crop recovery of N and P from liquid dairy manure
S2.19.Nitrogen losses to air and water following cattle slurry applications to a drained arable soil
S2.20.Reassessment of ammonia emission factors after slurry application
S2.21.Ammonia emissions from field applied digestates and related cross media effects Abstract type
S2.22.Ammonia volatilization from manure application to field: extrapolation from semi-controlled and controlled measurements to emissions in real agricultural conditions
S2.23.Ammonia emission after field application of biogas digestates: measurements in two energy crop rotations across 5 sites in Germany
S2.24.Assessing N emissions from organic residues spreading: study of the on-field distribution patterns influence and of emission models sensibility

  • Posters

S2.25. Slurry application techniques to reduce ammonia emissions: field experiments in Basque Country and Navarra
S2.26. Organic carbon and nitrogen evolution in soil after application of digestates: influence of digestate origin and post-treatment
S2.27. Potential of kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) for phytoremediation of land irrigated by waste water
S2.28. Predictive modelling of the long-term accumulation of trace metals in tropical soils amended with organic wastes – field trial validation
S2.29. Twenty years of continued application of treated sewage sludge: nitrous oxide emissions induced in agricultural soils
S2.30. Quantification and modelling of the changing mobility of trace metals in cultivated plots amended by composts of organic urban residues
S2.31. Effect of biochar amendment on N2O emissions in two types of soil under laboratory conditions
S2.32. Transport of organic contaminants in subsoil horizons and effects of dissolved organic matter related to organic waste recycling practices
S2.33. A first semi-quantitative study of the emission of volatile organic compounds after the application of organic amendments in the field
S2.34. Analysis of antibiotics in aqueous and particulate phases of soil and of organic residues: critical points to ensure quality of the results
S2.35. Survival of Bacterial Pathogens in Sewage Sludge and Soil Microcosms
S2.36. Slurry amendments reduce incidental P losses –  but what about N and GHG losses?
S2.37. A laboratory volatilization standardized set-up for the characterization of ammonia volatilization from soils and organic manure applied in the field
S2.38. Modelling the effects of application technique and dry matter content on nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions following manure application
S2.39. Impact of compost addition on the mineralisation of pesticides non-extractable residues in soil?
S2.40. Effect of the land spreading technique on ammonia volatilization from different pig slurries applied on wheat stubble
S2.41. Effect of compost amendment and compaction on the fate and ecotoxicological impact of isoproturon in soil
S2.42. Getting train to manage biowastes: The e-learning curriculum "Agronomic and environmental impacts of organic residues recycling in agriculture. Application to The South"
S2.43. Agronomic implications of different types of agro-industrial and municipal wastes
S2.44. Leachate losses from temporary solid livestock manure field heaps
S2.45. Ammonia volatilization from soil amended with swine slurry: effect of application method and use of nitrification inhibitor
S2.46. Cattle slurry to grassland in northern Sweden
S2.47. Chemical fractionation of trace elements in an amphibolite soil amended with municipal solid waste composts
S2.48. Magnetic susceptibility and trace element distribution in compost
S2.49. Modelling environmental impacts of land application of organic waste products with the DAISY model
S2.50. Organic residues valorisation by fertilisation: Coupling models to assess the impact of spreader performances on nitrogenous emissions and related environmental impacts
S2.51. Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions of soils amended with exogenous organic matter (EOM) from agricultural and urban activities in tropical areas
S2.52. How to use a process-based model for generating simple ammonia volatilization functions after manure application to arable land
S2.53. Reduction of ammonia emissions by acidification of cattle slurry applied to grassland
S2.54.Cultivated mussels as a mean to reduce eutrophication - case study of mussels cultivated on the east coast of Sweden used as fertiliser
S2.55.Potential global warming of manure management for household pig producers with and without biogas digester in Vietnam
S2.56.Reduction of greenhouse gases (N2O, CH4) after land application of sewage sludge under Swedish conditions
S2.57.Fate of nitrogen following shallow injection of livestock slurry to grassland