Sustainable agriculture, food security, organic production, biodiversity, and soils and environmental quality are topics of several presentations in Salt Lake City, Nov. 6-10
Several sessions focusing on organic research and sustainability in crop production will be presented in Salt Lake City at the International Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Nov. 6-10, 2005.
These sessions will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center (unless otherwise noted) and include:
Sustainability of Agriculture, Environment, Food Security Symposium, Nov. 7, 8am, Room 250C: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1740.HTM Sustainable and Organic Agriculture Roundtable, Nov. 7, 4:30pm, Ballroom E: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1902.HTM The Impact and Aftermath--Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Nov. 7, 7pm, Ballroom BD: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1970.HTM Calvin Sperling Biodiversity Memorial Lecture by Jeff McNeely, The World Conservation Union, Nov. 7, 7pm, Ballroom E: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1709.HTM Environmental Aspects of Waste and By-product Materials Applied to Soil, Nov. 8, 9am, Poster Session Exhibit Hall ABC: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1065.HTM Achieving an Ever-Green Revolution, by M.S. Swaminathan, Nov. 8 at 3:40pm in Grand Ballroom, Salon EF, Marriott Downtown: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1305.HTM Organic Seed Production and Breeding for Organic Production Systems Symposium, Nov. 9, 1:10pm, Room 251C: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1049.HTM
The research of the meetings focuses on three themes: ASA: "Agronomic Sciences--Serving and Enriching Humankind"; CSSA: "50 Years of Crop Science, 1955-2005: From the Green to the Ever-Green Revolution" and SSSA: "Mapping Our New Horizons: Education, Environment, Exploration, Experimentation, and Excellence". The Golden Anniversary of CSSA will be celebrated on Tuesday, Nov. 8, with a symposium that highlights the accomplishments of CSSA and the challenges and opportunities of the next half-century.
A full slate of technical sessions covering 2,500 research papers presented by 3,000 attendees is scheduled through noon on Thursday, Nov. 10. To view the exciting program, including a searchable program of the papers scheduled, see: http://crops.confex.com/crops/2005am/techprogram/S1251.HTM
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