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Fort Collins, Colorado

POSTER SESSION: Site Studies, Research, and Policy

Tuesday, August 31 - Wednesday, September 1

Evaluation of swine effluent as a plant nutrient source for sprinkler irrigated corn

Mahdi M. Al-Kaisi – Colorado State University Cooperative Extension; R.M. Waskom – Colorado State University, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences

An inquiry into the rationale for prioritizing South Carolina's animal feeding operations for water pollution regulation

Jeffery Allen, Kang Shou Lu, and S.P. Blacklocke – The Strom Thurmond Institute

Time-series sampling for nutrients and bacteria in ground water at four north Florida dairy farms and three springs along the Suwannee River, 1990-93

William J. Andrews – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Comparison of water quality in four small watersheds containing animal feeding operations in Iowa, 1996-98

Kent D. Becher and K.K.B. Akers – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Agriculture and bacterial ground-water quality in Central Appalachian karst

Douglas G. Boyer – U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Preliminary observations on nitrogen speciation and transport in two watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay Estuary

Owen P. Bricker, M.M. Kennedy, and Peter Chirico – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources, National Research Program

High-performance liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization – mass spectrometry analysis of agricultural and human health pharmaceuticals in surface and ground water

J.D. Cahill, E.T. Furlong, S.L. Werner, M.R. Burkhardt, and P.M. Gates – U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Quality Laboratory

Odors, nuisance, and the right to farm

Terry Centner – University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Ground-water quality at 94 dairies in New Mexico

Claybourne Chesney – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6

Distribution and fate of nitrate in shallow ground water of citrus farming areas, Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties, Florida

Christy A. Crandall – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Impacts of animal feeding operations on wildlife health

Lynn H. Creekmore, M.J. Wolcott, and M.D. Samuel – U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources, National Wildlife Health Center

Ground-water protection and manure management

Matthew Culp – Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Bureau

Microbiological quality of public-water supplies in the Ozark Plateaus aquifer system, Missouri

Jerri Davis – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

A risk-based approach to phosphorus management on manured and non-manured soils

Jessica Davis and R.M. Waskom – Colorado State University, Soil and Crop Sciences Department

Nitrogen, sulfate, chloride, and manganese in ground water in the alluvial deposits of the South Platte River Valley near Greeley, Weld County, Colorado

Neville G. Gaggiani – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Abundance, dissemination and diversity of Escherichia coli in a watershed in northern Michigan

Sheridan K. Haack and J.S. Wilson – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources; S.M. Woodhams, D.T. Long, B.C. Pijanowski, D.F. Boutt, and D.W. Hyndman – Michigan State University

Use of a hydrogeologic framework to examine the effects of agricultural fertilizers and manure applications on nutrients in shallow ground water of the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain

Tracy C. Hancock, S.W. Ator, S.K. Kelley, and J.M. Denver – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Potential exposure of the nation's waters to animal manure

K.J. Hitt, Barbara C. Ruddy, and J.D. Stoner – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Regulating intensive livestock operations in North Carolina

Sue Homewood – North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Ecological effects of antibiotics in runoff from an eastern shore tributary of the Chesapeake Bay

Jenefir Isbister and Thomas B. Huff– George Mason University; N.S. Simon – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources; Trinh Tu – George Mason University

National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) CAFO survey results

Charles W. Ingram and Jeffrey G. Anliker – National Association of State Departments of Agriculture

Development of comprehensive nutrient management plans for animal feeding operations

Thomas A. Iivari – U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Resource Conservation Service

Hepatitis E virus antibody prevalence among selected populations in Iowa

Y.V. Karetnyi, M.J.R. Gilchrist, and S.J. Naides – University of Iowa

A multi-tracer approach for determining sources of nitrate contamination of ground water and springs, Lafayette County, Florida

Brian G. Katz and J.F. Bohlke – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources; D.H. Hornsby – Suwannee River Water Management District

Integrated approach for a comprehensive nutrient management plan at Pahrump Dairy, Nevada

Jay Lazarus and C.D. Ratcliff – Glorieta Geoscience, Inc.; Eric Goedhart – Pahrump Dairy, Pahrump, Nevada

Methods of assessing microbial contamination of surface and ground waters by animal feeding operations

Donna N. Myers – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Dairy impacts to water quality and Orange County Water District's comprehensive dairy waste management strategy

Katherine A. O'Connor – Orange County Water District, Fountain Valley, California

Quantity and quality of seepage from two earthen basins used to store livestock waste in southern Minnesota, 1997-98—Preliminary results of a long-term study

James F. Ruhl – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

The shaping of law through ten years of hog production in Oklahoma

Karl M. Rysted – The Sierra Club

Minnesota's generic environmental impact statement on animal agriculture

Susan Schmidt – State of Minnesota, Environmental Quality Board

Contaminants and related effects in fish from the Mississippi, Columbia, and Rio Grande Basins

Christopher J. Schmitt, T.M. Bartish, V.S. Blazer, D.E. Tillitt, and T.S. Gross – U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources; Gail Dethloff – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources; N.D. Denslow – University of Florida; W.L. Bryant and L.R. DeWeese – U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources

Phosphate sorption by base metal hydroxides generated in the neutralization of acid mine drainage

Phillip L. Sibrell – U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources; P.R. Adler – U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Delaware's animal agriculture: Its role in nonpoint source pollution and options for the future

J. Thomas Sims – Delaware Water Resources Center, University of Delaware

Identification of sources of nitrate in ground water—A feasibility evaluation

Timothy B. Spruill – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources

Molecular tracers of organic-matter sources to drinking-water supplies

Laurel J. Standley and L.A. Kaplan – Stroud Water Research Center; Darryl Smith – South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority

Cycling of sulfur in the Anoka sand plain aquifer and its relation to denitrification

Michele L. Tuttle, J.K. Bohlke, Richard Wanty, Geoff Delin, and Matthew Landon – U.S. Geological Survey, Geology and Water Resources

Roxarsone in natural water systems

Robert L. Wershaw, J.R. Garbarino, and M.R. Burkhardt – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources, National Research Program

Nitrous oxide emission from a spray field fertilized with liquid lagoonal swine effluent in the southeastern United States

Stephen C. Whalen, R.L. Phillips, and E.N. Fischer – University of North Carolina, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering

Evaluating the cumulative impacts from animal feeding operations within impaired watersheds in Texas: A regulatory approach

Clifton F. Wise – Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission

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