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Program
MONDAY 16/09/2013
Conference venue: Faculty of Earth Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Lwowska st. 1
from 8.00
Registration
Entrance Hall

OPENING CEREMONY
Date: 16/09/2013
Room No. 173
9.30
Welcome speeches
10.00
Photo session

10.15
Tea/Coffee Break

PLENARY SESSION
Date: 16/09/2013
Room No. 173
10.40
Ecosystem services provided by SUITMAs
Jean Louis Morel, University of Lorraine, France
11.20
Classification of Technosols and related soils in WRB: from 2006 to 2014
Peter Schad, Technological University of Munic, Germany
12.00
Eco-environmental Impacts of Urban Soil Sealing and Compaction - A Review
Gan-Lin Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences

12.40
Lunch
Canteen of the Faculty of Law and Administration, Bojarskiego st. 3

THEMATIC SESSION - Biodiversity in SUITMAs
Date: 16/09/2013
Room No. 173
13.30
Possible effects of global warming for fungal communities of urban soils
Olga Marfenina, Moscow State University, Russia
13.50
Early colonisation of a constructed technosol by soil organisms after industrial site reclamation
Jérôme Cortet, University of Lorraine, France
14.10
Meaning of soil characteristics for inner urban conservation areas – the example of the Karlsruhe old airport
Stefan Norra, Karlsruhe institute of Technology, Germany
14.30
Activity and evolution of rhizospheric microorganisms under green manures crops influenced by different soil properties and pte contaminations
Yann Foucault, STCM, France
14.50
In situ monitoring of the effect of biological activity on the pedogenesis of a Technosol
Christophe Schwartz, University of Lorraine, France
15.10
Bioindication in urban soils of Switzerland
Joël Amossé, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

15.10-16.00
POSTER SESSION: Classification of SUITMAs, SUITMAs as a resource of goods, Biodiversity in SUITMAs, SUITMAs and climate change & SUITMAs and culture

16.00
Tea/Coffee Break

THEMATIC SESSION - Classification of SUITMAs
Date: 16/09/2013
Room No. 173
16.20
Selected problems with the classification of technogenic soils developed from sulphide-bearing mine wastes Łukasz Uzarowicz, Warsaw University of Life Sciences SGGW, Poland
16.40
Early pedogenesis of a technosol developing on iron industry deposits Hermine Huot, University of Lorraine, France
17.00
Classification of urban soils into the wrb system in the centre of Debrecen (Hungary)
Gábor Sándor, University of Debrecen, Hungary
17.20
Heterogeneity of urban soils - fact or myth ?
Andrzej Greinert, University of Zielona Góra, Poland
17.40
Modelling pedogenesis in the anthropocene
Sophie Leguedois, University of Lorraine, France

19.00
Welcome reception The Great Burgher's Hall of the Old Town Hall
TUESDAY 17/09/2013
THEMATIC SESSION - Degradation of SUITMAs and human health (A)
Date: 17/09/2013
Room No. 173
9.00
Development of eco-friendly remediation technologies for animal carcass burial sites due to foot-and-mouth disease
Kye-Hoon Kim, The University of Seoul, Korea
9.20
Magnetic properties of soils influenced by urban and industrial dust deposition
Tadeusz Magiera, Polish Academy of Sciences
9.40
Modeling moisture and soluble salt transport in experimental plots of reconstruction stratified soil with coal combustion residues
Chen Xiaoyang, Anhui University of Science and Technology, China
10.00
Fate of trace elements in contaminated landscapes: a comparison of soils and sediments around a former zinc smelter
Liénard Amandine, University of Liege, Belgium
10.20
The comparison of soil load by pops in two major coal mining areas of the Czech Republic
Radim Vacha, Research Institute for Soil and Water Conservation, Czech Republic
10.40
Heavy metal distribution and chemical speciation in surface soils around mining areas of Mongolia
Bolormaa Oyuntsetseg, National University of Mongolia

11.00
Tea/Coffee Break

THEMATIC SESSION - SUITMAs as a resource of goods Date: 17/09/2013 Room No. 173
11.30
Soil function assessment for the heterogeneous soil landscapes of the city hamm/westphalia (germany)
Lutz Makowsky, University of Applied Sciences, Osnabrück, Germany
11.50
Disturbance of soils for food production by urban expansion - a piggery case-study, Sydney, Australia
Robert A. Patterson, University of New England, Australia
12.10
Garden soil: evolution along a gradient of urbanization in three cities
Christophe Schwartz, University of Lorraine, France
12.30
The urban land grab - challenges to soil management
Klaus Lorenz, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany
12.50
Consequences of recent soil protection approaches in cities of Central Europe
Grzegorz Siebielec, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation-State Research Institute, Poland
13.10
New hydrometallurgical process for soil remediation and nickel recovery from hyperaccumulating plants
Marie Odile Simonnot, University of Lorraine, France
13.30
Phosphorus in technogenic substrates - contents and diffusion
Thomas Nehls, Technic Univeristy of Berlin, Germany

13.50
Lunch Canteen of the Faculty of Law and Administration, Bojarskiego st. 3

14.40 - 15.30
POSTER SESSION: Degradation of SUITMAs and human health

THEMATIC SESSION - Degradation of SUITMAs and human health (B)
Date: 17/09/2013
Room No. 173
15.30
Heavy metal retention of different roadside hard shoulder constructions
Moritz Werkenthin, Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany
15.50
Modeling water flow and nitrate dynamic on future golf course under turfgrass
Vilim Filipović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
16.10
Urban soils quality and health risks - study of trace metals anomalies in an urban garden in nantes
Liliane Jean-Soro, IFSTTAR, Centre de Nantes, France
16.30
Geochemical Properties and Contamination Potential of Soils Associated with Genocide Mass graves in Rwanda
Solomon Amuno, Geoforensic Environmental Services, Toronto, Canada
16.50
Seasonal specific physical properties and hydrophobicity dynamics of organic matter in the sediment of a rainwater infiltration basin
Laure Vidal-Beaudet, Agrocampus Ouest - Centre d’Angers, France
17.10
Urban soils of mining towns: mechanisms of contamination and environmental risks associated for the citizens
J.M. Penas Castejon, Technical University of Cartegena, Spain

17.30
Tea/Coffee Break

Global Soil Forum ROUNDTABLE
Convenors: Klaus Lorenz & Jean Louis Morel
Date: 17/09/2013 Room No. 173
17.45-18.45


20.00
Conference Dinner Restaurant Spichrz, Mostowa st. 1

WEDNESDAY 18/09/2013
Fieldtrip CASTLES
Radzyń Chełmiński - Kwidzyń - Malbork
Departure at 8.00 from parking at Mercury Helios Hotel, Kraszewskiego st. 1/3
Fieldtrip SOILS
Paleotechnosols’ (Grodno and Kałdus)
- Ekranic Technosols (Toruń Airfield)
- Urbic Technosols (Toruń Downtown)
- Linic Technosols (Toruń Strongholds)

Departure at 8.30 from parking at Mercury Helios Hotel, Kraszewskiego st. 1/3

THURSDAY 19/09/2013
Fieldtrip KAYAKS
Brodnica LandscapePark (along Skarlanka river and through 3 lakes: Zbiczno, Strażym & Bachotek)
Departure at 8.00 from parking at Mercury Helios Hotel, Kraszewskiego st. 1/3
Fieldtrip SOILS
Spolic Technosols (Inowrocław) - Spa Park and graduation towers (Inowrocław)
- viewpoint (panorama of Toruń) - Soils of military training area (Toruń)

Departure at 8.30 from parking at Mercury Helios Hotel, Kraszewskiego st. 1/3

FRIDAY 20/09/2013
THEMATIC SESSION - Degradation of SUITMAs and human health (C) Date: 20/09/2013 Room No. 173
9.00
Seasonal specific physical properties and hydrophobicity dynamics of organic matter in the sediment of a rainwater infiltration basin
Laure Vidal-Beaudet, Agrocampus Ouest - Centre d’Angers, France
9.20
Urban garden soils and the prospects for lay public involvement in soil heavy metal exposure mitigation
Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, State University of New York New Paltz, USA
9.40
Spatial heterogeneity effects on Zn/Cd removal efficiency by the hyperaccumulator Sedum alfredii grown on contaminated soil
Lu Tang, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
10.00
Urban soil mapping: 2- predicting urban soils quality by the land use history (NE Paris, France)
Catherine Franck-Néel, CETE de Lyon, France
10.20
Assessment of trace metal and pah concentrations in soils from peri-industrial regions: lessons from a survey in the Walloon region (Belgium)
Pereira Benoît, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
10.40
Application of soil pollution index (spi), plant pollution index (ppi) and contamination-pollution index (cpi) for biogeochemical assessment of the city Polkowice (Poland)
Jean Diatta, Poznan University of Life Science, Poland
11.00
Tea/Coffee Break


THEMATIC SESSION - SUITMAs and climate change/SUITMAs and culture
Date: 20/09/2013
Room No. 173
11.30
Functioning of soil constructions effected by methane in high concentration
Nadezhda Mozharova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
11.50
How considering urban soil can improve regional soil organic carbon assessment and mapping
Viacheslav Vasenev, Russian State Agricultural University
12.10
History of soil engineering at a public park in Stuttgart, Germany
Andreas Lehmann, University of Hohenheim, Germany
12.30
Soil scientists in the world of forensics
Maxine Levin, USDA, NRCS
12.50
Effects of constructions on soil and related regulations in Turkey
Havva Kaptan, Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs, Turkey

CLOSING CEREMONY
Date: 20/09/2013
Room No. 173
13.15
Closing speeches

13.45
Lunch
Canteen of the Faculty of Law and Administration, Bojarskiego st. 3

Papers Publication

You are invited to prepare scientific paper based on Your presentation. It will be possible to publish the complete papers in:

  1. special issue of Journal of Soils and Sediments. The JSS is devoted to soils and sediments; it deals with contaminated, intact and disturbed soils and sediments and is official Journal of SUITMA. JSS explores both the common aspects and the differences between these two environmental compartments. The range of research coverage includes the effects of disturbances and contamination; research, strategies and technologies for prediction, prevention, and protection; identification and characterization; treatment, remediation and reuse; risk assessment and management; creation and implementation of quality standards; international regulation and legislation. Submitted manuscripts will be subject to regular acceptance and review procedure.
  2. special issue of Ecological Questions, which will be dedicated to SUITMA's. As suggested by the title of the journal, EQ is a forum for an interdisciplinary debate which would raise difficult and controversial questions. The fundamental task set by the editors of EQ is to bring together and present a diversity of research connected with ecology (included soil science). : the contents and the full texts of articles published in Ecological Questions are available in pdf format on-line.
  3. special issue of Soil Science Annual SSA is the major pedology journal in Poland. The Polish Society of Soil Science edits it quarterly. Journal contains original papers dealing with a broad spectra of different aspects of soil science.