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Call for papers: As session, Soil Science Soc America 2013 Annual Meeting

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  • Matthew Polizzotto
    Greetings colleagues, Please consider submitting an abstract to the following arsenic session: *Arsenic Dynamics in Near-Surface Systems* *ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual
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      Greetings colleagues,

      Please consider submitting an abstract to the following arsenic session:

      *Arsenic Dynamics in Near-Surface Systems*

      *ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Nov. 3-6, 2013, Tampa, Florida*

      *SSSA Division: Soil Chemistry*

      *Organizers:* Matthew Polizzotto (North Carolina State University), Jason Stuckey (Stanford University)

      *Keynote:* Edward Burton (Southern Cross University)

      Arsenic is a toxic trace element contaminant of global concern in
      soils/sediments and waters. In this session, we welcome studies examining
      sources of arsenic along with the subsequent, biological, chemical, and
      physical processes controlling its cycling in near-surface
      environments. Research
      describing thermodynamic, kinetic, and/or physical constraints on arsenic
      reactions are of particular interest, and work from a variety of spatial
      and temporal scales, ranging from molecular to field studies, is
      encouraged. Ultimately, we aim to develop a more comprehensive framework
      for determining arsenic reactivity, mobility, and management in
      near-surface systems.



      *Abstract Submission*: https://www.acsmeetings.org/poster-oral-papers



      *Early abstract deadline:* April 30, 2013
      *Final abstract deadline:* May 14, 2013


      Many thanks,

      Matt Polizzotto
      Assistant Professor, Soil Science
      North Carolina State University
      Phone: 919-515-2040
      Email: matt_polizzotto@...
      http://polizzotto.soil.ncsu.edu


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