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OP2016 – Gu Feng – Carbon:phosphorus ratio and plant‐AM fungi and bacteria association

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 4 Biotic interactions in organic phosphorus cycling ‐ Microbes Prof. Gu Feng, China Agricultural University Title: Carbon:phosphorus ratio drive bacterium mediated phytate mineralization and competition for phosphorus among plant‐AM … Continue reading

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OP2016 -Keynote – Ben Turner – Organic phosphorus and the ecology of tropical forests

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Keynote speaker ‐ Dr Ben Turner Title: Organic phosphorus and the ecology of tropical forests

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OP2016 – Helle Astrid Kjær – Past atmospheric phosphorus

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 1: Organic phosphorus flows in the environment in context with other nutrient cycles: Integration across ecosystems Dr Helle Astrid Kjær, University of Copenhagen Title: Past atmospheric phosphorus

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OP2016 – Edith Le Cadre – Nanomaterials as support to hydrolyse soil phytate

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 2: Methods of evaluating organic phosphorus stocks, concentration and speciation Dr Edith Le Cadre, Montpellier SupAgro Title: Nanomaterials as a promising binding support to hydrolyse soil phytate

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OP2016 – Kari Dunfield – Novel primers target group A and C acid phosphatase genes

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 2: Methods of evaluating organic phosphorus stocks, concentration and speciation Prof. Kari Dunfield , University of Guelph Title: Novel primers target group A and C bacterial non‐specific acid phosphatase … Continue reading

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OP2016 – Keynote ‐ Mark Smits – Plant‐fungus interactions with apatite

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 3: Biotic interactions in organic phosphorus cycling ‐ Plants Keynote speaker ‐ Dr Mark Smits, Hasselt University Title: Plant‐fungus interactions with apatite: ideas versus observations of mycorrhizal fungi induced … Continue reading

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OP2016 – Keynote ‐ Leo Condron – Historical perspective on organic phosphorus

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Session 1: Organic phosphorus flows in the environment in context with other nutrient cycles: Integration across ecosystems Keynote speaker ‐ Prof. Leo Condron, Lincoln University Title: Historical perspective on the … Continue reading

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OP2016 – Phil Haygarth – Opening Speach

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/) Welcome and Overview ‐ Introduction to Workshop and Context Prof. Phil Haygarth – Lancaster University William Wordsworth Poem readind by Professor Simon Bainbridge – Lancaster University

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ASLO 2017 – abstract deadline Oct 14 2016

 ASLO 2017 Ocean Sciences Meeting: Mountains to the Sea, 26 February-3 March 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii. session 070 – Source, speciation, transformation and transport of C, N, and P from terrestrial to freshwater systems Carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) are nutrients … Continue reading

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Changes on atmospheric P transport over time

Helle Astrid Kjær from Centre for Ice and Climate (University of Copenhagen) describes how the atmospheric transport of P has changed over time in the following manuscripts:   (past 100 yrs) Kjær, Helle Astrid, et al. “Continuous flow analysis method … Continue reading

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