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Volume 46 Issue 2, March-April 2017



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  • REVIEWS AND ANALYSES up

    • Elizabeth Verhoeven, Engil Pereira, Charlotte Decock, Emma Suddick, Teri Angst and Johan Six
      Toward a Better Assessment of Biochar–Nitrous Oxide Mitigation Potential at the Field Scale
      Core Ideas
      • Biochar reduced mean N2O emissions by 12.4% when weighted by the inverse of the pooled variance.
      • Biochar did not significantly reduce N2O emissions when weighted by the inverse of the number of observations per site.
      • The effect of weighting function suggests site-dependence and dataset limitations on the potential of biochar to mitigate N2O.
      • Biochar increased yield for both weighting functions.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.10.0396
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:237-246
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  • ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTANTS AND TRACE GASES up

    • Brian W. Davis, Brian A. Needelman, Michel A. Cavigelli, Stephanie A. Yarwood, Jude E. Maul, Gwendolyn A. Bagley and Steven B. Mirsky
      A Novel Approach to Estimating Nitrous Oxide Emissions during Wetting Events from Single-Timepoint Flux Measurements
      Core Ideas
      • N2O fluxes did not exhibit exponential decay with time, as hypothesized.
      • Our model estimates short-term N2O emissions from a single-timepoint flux measurement.
      • Soil DOC/IN ratio was weakly predictive of short-term N2O emissions.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.02.0048
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:247-254
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    • Annamaria Costa
      Ammonia Concentrations and Emissions from Finishing Pigs Reared in Different Growing Rooms
      Core Ideas
      • Two groups of 800 fattening pigs were housed in different BAT weaning facilities.
      • Weaners were reared either on slats or on full floor with external area.
      • Floors were fouled by 35% in WCF and by 70% in WSF weaning rooms.
      • With fatteners reared in WCF houses, fouling degree was 37% (WCF) and 77% (WSF).
      • Ammonia concentration and emission was higher for WSF fatteners.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.04.0134
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:255-260
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    • David M. Snider, Claudia Wagner-Riddle and John Spoelstra
      Stable Isotopes Reveal Rapid Cycling of Soil Nitrogen after Manure Application
      Core Ideas
      • 49 to 63% of the manure-NH4+ was volatilized, assimilated, or fixed 3 d after application.
      • Only 4 to 6% of the manure-NH4+ remained in the soil 3 wk after application.
      • In situ 15N isotope effect for nitrification (ammonium–nitrate) was −32.0 (±5.3)‰.
      • N2O emissions after manure application were produced by nitrifier-denitrification.
      • The δ15N values showed active production and consumption of NO3− during winter thaw.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0253
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:261-271
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    • Rashad Syed, Surinder Saggar, Kevin Tate, Bernd H.A. Rehm and Peter Berben
      Assessing the Performance of Floating Biofilters for Oxidation of Methane from Dairy Effluent Ponds
      Core Ideas
      • Floating biofilters removed an average of 67% of pond CH4 from a dairy effluent pond.
      • Floating biofilters removed up to 101.5 g CH4 m−3 h−1.
      • Diverse and abundant methanotroph community supported CH4 removal under varying conditions.
      • Study demonstrated potential of the biofilters to mitigate effluent pond emissions.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.08.0310
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:272-280
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  • BIOREMEDIATION AND BIODEGRADATION up

    • Susanna M. Blunt, Mark J. Benotti, Michael R. Rosen, Brian P. Hedlund and Duane P. Moser
      Reversible Reduction of Estrone to 17β-Estradiol by Rhizobium , Sphingopyxis , and Pseudomonas Isolates from the Las Vegas Wash
      Core Ideas
      • Estrone and 17β-estradiol were rapidly degraded in Las Vegas Wash water.
      • Microbial genera involved included Rhizobium, Sphingopyxis, and Pseudomonas.
      • Microbial isolates catalyzed the reversible reduction of estrone to 17β-estradiol.
      • Oxidation-reduction activities on estrogens may be controlled by redox status.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.08.0286
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:281-287
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  • GROUNDWATER QUALITY up

    • Sarah A. Vitale, Gary A. Robbins and Lukas A. McNaboe
      Impacts of Road Salting on Water Quality in Fractured Crystalline Bedrock
      Core Ideas
      • Chloride is highly persistent in groundwater in crystalline bedrock.
      • Chloride in bedrock wells increased in response to a change in deicing practices.
      • Stored chloride contributes to wellbore concentrations beyond the salting season.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.10.0411
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:288-294
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  • LANDSCAPE AND WATERSHED PROCESSES up

    • Richard W. McDowell, Kyle R. Elkin and Peter J.A. Kleinman
      Temperature and Nitrogen Effects on Phosphorus Uptake by Agricultural Stream-Bed Sediments
      Core Ideas
      • Climate change will boost stream temperatures, N inputs, and P limitation of algae.
      • P uptake from runoff was greater at 19°C with added N than at 26°C without N.
      • Uptake at 19°C was attributed to sorption, but also to the microbial biomass.
      • Uptake by microbial biomass at 26°C was inhibited and P may be released.
      • Climate change may increase baseflow P requiring runoff inputs to be better mitigated.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0352
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:295-301
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  • ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN THE ENVIRONMENT up

    • Mason D. King, Ray B. Bryant, Louis S. Saporito, Anthony R. Buda, Arthur L. Allen, Lindsey A. Hughes, Fawzy M. Hashem, Peter J. A. Kleinman and Eric B. May
      Urea Release by Intermittently Saturated Sediments from a Coastal Agricultural Landscape
      Core Ideas
      • Elevated urea-N can increase the frequency and toxicity of algal blooms.
      • Urea-N initially present in dry sediment does not explain surface water urea–N.
      • Elevated urea-N in ditches is likely due to autochthonous sediment production.
      • Urea-N in agricultural drainage ditch water is higher than in nonagricultural sites.
      • Urea-N is higher at warmer temperatures.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.08.0304
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:302-310
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  • PLANT AND ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS up

    • Shai Sela, Harold M. van Es, Bianca N. Moebius-Clune, Rebecca Marjerison, Daniel Moebius-Clune, Robert Schindelbeck, Keith Severson and Eric Young
      Dynamic Model Improves Agronomic and Environmental Outcomes for Maize Nitrogen Management over Static Approach
      Core Ideas
      • Dynamic N recommendation tool reduces environmental impacts over static approach.
      • Dynamic N recommendation tool accounts for different production environments.
      • Dynamic N recommendation tool is successful in estimating field-measured EONR.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.05.0182
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:311-319
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    • R. Biddau and R. Cidu
      Metals and Metalloids in Wild Asparagus at Uncontaminated and Mining-Contaminated Sites
      Core Ideas
      • Median amounts of elements in asparagus are similar in uncontaminated and mine areas, except Cd.
      • High As, Cd, and Sb levels in asparagus correspond to high content in soils.
      • Soil properties affect the translocation of Cd from soil to asparagus shoots.
      • Cd showed the highest value of estimated daily intake versus the guideline.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0354
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:320-329
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  • SURFACE WATER QUALITY up

    • Richard E. Lizotte, Lindsey M. W. Yasarer, Martin A. Locke, Ronald L. Bingner and Scott S. Knight
      Lake Nutrient Responses to Integrated Conservation Practices in an Agricultural Watershed
      Core Ideas
      • We showed watershed-scale effects of integrated BMPs on lake nutrient concentrations.
      • Decreases in several lake nutrient concentrations occurred after BMP implementation.
      • Model simulations corroborated observed reductions in nutrient loads with BMPs.
      • Results demonstrate watershed-wide BMPs reduce nutrient loading in aquatic systems.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.08.0324
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:330-338
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    • Ardeshir Adeli, John J. Read, John P. Brooks, Dana Miles, Gary Feng and Johnie N. Jenkins
      Broiler Litter × Industrial By-Products Reduce Nutrients and Microbial Losses in Surface Runoff When Applied to Forages
      Core Ideas
      • Lignite reduces runoff N.
      • FGD gypsum protects dissolved organic C and water soluble P from loss in runoff water.
      • Lignite application improved nitrogen efficiency.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0255
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:339-347
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    • Jim J. Miller, Tony Curtis, David S. Chanasyk and Walter D. Willms
      Influence of Cattle Trails on Runoff Quantity and Quality
      Core Ideas
      • Runoff quantity was significantly increased in cattle trails compared with adjacent grazed pasture.
      • Cattle trails did not increase contaminant concentrations in runoff.
      • Mass loads of TSS, NH4–N, and DRP were significantly greater because of increased runoff volumes.
      • Field observations revealed a hydrologic link between cattle trails and river.
      • Runoff in cattle trails may adversely impact water quality in adjacent rivers.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0280
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:348-355
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    • Johanna Laakso, Risto Uusitalo, Janette Leppänen and Markku Yli-Halla
      Sediment from Agricultural Constructed Wetland Immobilizes Soil Phosphorus
      Core Ideas
      • We amended soil with increasing amounts of clayey constructed wetland sediment.
      • High soil test P was immobilized by the sediment in simulated rainfall.
      • Dissolved reactive P in percolating water was reduced with increasing sediment addition.
      • Prolonged rainfall declined the effect of sediment on DRP and PP.
      • Recommended rate of sediment application is 5 vol. %.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0336
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:356-363
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    • C. Pilon, P. A. Moore, D. H. Pote, J. H. Pennington, J. W. Martin, D. K. Brauer, R. L. Raper, S. M. Dabney and J. Lee
      Long-term Effects of Grazing Management and Buffer Strips on Soil Erosion from Pastures
      Core Ideas
      • Bulk density and penetration resistance increased in continuously grazed watersheds.
      • Continuous grazing increased total suspended solids load in runoff.
      • Haying resulted in the lowest runoff volumes and sediment loads of all treatments.
      • Rotational grazing with a fenced riparian buffer was effective in reducing erosion.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0378
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:364-372
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  • TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT up

    • Carla E. Rosenfeld, Rufus L. Chaney, Ryan V. Tappero and Carmen E. Martínez
      Microscale Investigations of Soil Heterogeneity: Impacts on Zinc Retention and Uptake in Zinc-Contaminated Soils
      Core Ideas
      • Ice embedding is a preferable method to prepare thin sections for μXAS analysis.
      • Soil phases essential for retaining Zn may be obscured in complex samples.
      • Zn removal is soil dependent and does not match well with single parameters.
      • Zn redistribution can occur over decades after contamination.
      • Solid phase Zn redistribution can continually alter Zn bioavailability.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.05.0184
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:373-383
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    • Madhubhashini B. Galkaduwa, Ganga M. Hettiarachchi, Gerard J. Kluitenberg, Stacy L. Hutchinson, Lawrence Davis and Larry E. Erickson
      Transport and Transformation of Selenium and Other Constituents of Flue-Gas Desulfurization Wastewater in Water-Saturated Soil Materials
      Core Ideas
      • The mechanism of FGD wastewater Se retention in water-saturated soil was studied.
      • Sequential fractionation of Se, micro-XRF, and micro- and bulk-XANES were used.
      • Behavior of FGD wastewater constituents in saturated soil was comparable to field-scale observations.
      • FGD wastewater Se exhibited strong retention in reduced soil.
      • Reduced/stable species of Se governed the retention mechanism.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0335
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:384-392
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    • Ling Zhao, Wei Zheng, Ondřej Mašek, Xiang Chen, Bowen Gu, Brajendra K. Sharma and Xinde Cao
      Roles of Phosphoric Acid in Biochar Formation: Synchronously Improving Carbon Retention and Sorption Capacity
      Core Ideas
      • Multiple benefits were obtained in biochar formation with H3PO4 pretreatment.
      • H3PO4 increased pore creation, carbon retention, and sorption ability of biochars.
      • H3PO4 decreased the demanded energy for fibrous cells decomposition.
      • H3PO4 promoted an amorphous form and lattice defect of the carbon structure.
      • Insertion of P-O-P into carbon lattice leading to carbon dilation and crosslinking.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0344
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:393-401
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    • C. Pilon, P. A. Moore, D. H. Pote, J. W. Martin and P. B. DeLaune
      Effects of Grazing Management and Buffer Strips on Metal Runoff from Pastures Fertilized with Poultry Litter
      Core Ideas
      • Increased aluminum and iron loads in runoff were related to higher sediment delivery.
      • A positive correlation was observed between soluble and total copper concentrations.
      • Continuously grazed watersheds yielded the largest metal loads in runoff.
      • Metal concentrations in runoff were lower in hayed plots than the other treatments.
      • Rotational grazing with a fenced riparian buffer reduced metals in runoff effectively.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0379
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:402-410
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    • J. A. Ippolito, C. M. Berry, D. G. Strawn, J. M. Novak, J. Levine and A. Harley
      Biochars Reduce Mine Land Soil Bioavailable Metals
      Core Ideas
      • Local feedstocks were used to create biochars used for local mine land reclamation.
      • Novel creation and use of biochar were used to solve a localized issue.
      • Biochar application caused bioavailable Cd, Cu, Zn, Pb reduction.
      • Metal carbonate and oxyhydroxide precipitates formed after biochar application.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.10.0388
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:411-419
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  • URBAN POLLUTANTS up

    • John F. Obrycki, Nicholas T. Basta and Steven W. Culman
      Management Options for Contaminated Urban Soils to Reduce Public Exposure and Maintain Soil Health
      Core Ideas
      • Soil blend incorporation maximized soil health and human health benefits.
      • Soil capping may cover contaminants but reduced surface soil aggregate stability short term.
      • Compost addition maintained surface aggregate stability and diluted Pb surface contamination.
      • Incorporating soil blends offers a potential long-term urban soil management solution.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0275
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:420-430
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  • WASTE MANAGEMENT up

    • H. A. Torbert, R. L. Chaney and D. B. Watts
      Potential Adherence of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum to Forage as a Consideration for Excessive Ingestion by Ruminants
      Core Ideas
      • Gypsum adherence to forage may be risk for PEM for ruminants feeding exclusively on pasture.
      • Gypsum adherence was greater on tall fescue than bermudagrass, likely due to leaf structure.
      • No gypsum adherence was observed after a second rainfall, indicating gypsum can be washed off.
      • Normal application rates are not likely to result in S concentrations sufficient to cause PEM.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0279
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:431-435
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    • Marco Pipolo, Rui C. Martins, Rosa M. Quinta-Ferreira and Raquel Costa
      Integrating the Fenton’s Process with Biofiltration by Corbicula fluminea to Reduce Chemical Oxygen Demand of Winery Effluents
      Core Ideas
      • Fentons’ reaction/biofiltration by Asian clams was assessed for winery effluent treatment.
      • Method studied at the pilot scale, using real effluent and an industrial benchmark.
      • Realistic Fenton’s conditions removed 84% COD but with no major impact on toxicity.
      • Biofiltration led COD to approximately zero with significant toxicity decrease in just 3 d.
      • Polishing in the biofilters was more efficient than current practice.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0338
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:436-442
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    • Telse Vogel, Jens Kruse, Nina Siebers, Michael Nelles and Bettina Eichler-Löbermann
      Recycled Products from Municipal Wastewater: Composition and Effects on Phosphorus Mobility in a Sandy Soil
      Core Ideas
      • Thermochemically treatment increased the P availability of sewage sludge ashes.
      • Struvite mainly contained less soluble P forms but raised high soluble soil P pools.
      • Chemical analyses of recycled P products should be combined with incubation studies.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.10.0392
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:443-451
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    • Kenneth Barbarick, James Ippolito and Jacob McDaniel
      Meta-Analyses of Biosolids Effect in Dryland Wheat Agroecosystems
      Core Ideas
      • Meta-analyses provided effect size for wheat yield and grain and ABDTPA concentrations.
      • Grain and ABDTPA levels were increased by biosolids application compared to N rates.
      • Inconsistent results over years were probably due to climatic vagaries.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.12.0470
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:452-460
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  • SHORT COMMUNICATIONS up

    • Kosuke Yamamoto and Yohey Hashimoto
      Chemical Species of Phosphorus and Zinc in Water-Dispersible Colloids from Swine Manure Compost
      Core Ideas
      • We investigated chemical species of P and Zn in the WDC collected from swine manure compost.
      • Struvite was not found in WDC, but tricalcium phosphate and P adsorbed on ferrihydrite were predominant.
      • Hopeite and organically bound Zn were predominant in the WDC fraction.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.11.0433
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:461-465
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    • Kevin W. King, Mark R. Williams, Laura T. Johnson, Douglas R. Smith, Gregory A. LaBarge and Norman R. Fausey
      Phosphorus Availability in Western Lake Erie Basin Drainage Waters: Legacy Evidence across Spatial Scales
      Core Ideas
      • Persistent P concentrations were measured from edge-of-field to basin scale.
      • Persistent P concentrations after successive rainfall events are indicative of legacy P.
      • Evidence of legacy P beckons for more comprehensive soil test metrics.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.11.0434
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:466-469
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    • Il Han, Keunje Yoo, Gui Nam Wee, Jee Hyun No, Jungwon Park, So Jin Min, Seong Heon Kim and Tae Kwon Leea
      Short-term Effects of Great Cormorant Droppings on Water Quality and Microbial Community of an Artificial Agricultural Reservoir
      Core Ideas
      • Labile nutrients in feces dissolve rapidly in water, increasing the nutrient content.
      • Fecal fragments can persist in water for over 21 d, acting as a nutrient source.
      • Microbes in the water and sediment microcosms were disturbed by 5.0 g of feces.
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.11.0459
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:470-476
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  • ERRATA up

    • Emily E. Woodward, Danielle M. Andrews, Clinton F. Williams and John E. Watson
      Vadose Zone Transport of Natural and Synthetic Estrogen Hormones at Penn State’s “Living Filter” Wastewater Irrigation Site
      doi:10.2134/jeq2014.04.0153er
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:477-477
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    • Rodney T. Venterea, Jeffrey A. Coulter and Michael S. Dolan
      Evaluation of Intensive “4R” Strategies for Decreasing Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Nitrogen Surplus in Rainfed Corn
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.01.0024er
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:478-478
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    • Rebecca D. Marjerison, Jeff Melkonian, John L. Hutson, Harold M. van Es, Shai Sela, Larry D. Geohring and Jeffrey Vetsch
      Drainage and Nitrate Leaching from Artificially Drained Maize Fields Simulated by the Precision Nitrogen Management Model
      doi:10.2134/jeq2016.04.0129er
      Journal of Environmental Quality 2017 46:479-479
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