Aktivitäten

2022

DBG Jahrestagung (Trier, 05.-08.09.2022)

Alle Interessierten sind herzlich zur Kommissionssitzung am Montagmittag, den 05.09.2022 eingeladen!

 

XVII. International Clay Conference (Istanbul, Turkey, 25.-29.07.2022)

Invitation to KVII Co-Convened Session at the XVII. International Clay Conference:

Soil mineral quantification -from poorly crystalline phases and interstratified soil clay minerals to digital soil mineralogy

Session Conveners: Jan Dietel, LLBB, Berlin; Reiner Dohrmann, BGR/LBEG, Hannover; Anna Georgiadis, Universität Hohenheim; Steve Hillier, James Hutton Institute; Abian Hubert, Potiers, Christian Mikutta, Hannover

More info and registrations at: https://icc.aipea.org/

 

DBG-Symposium: Recent topics in the characterization and application of minerals in soil systems, am 19. un 20. Juli 2022 im iFZ des JLU Giessen

Trotz Rekordtemperaturen fand ein anregender Austausch zu Stukturcharakterisierung, Anwendung und Reaktivität von Bodenmineralen in entspannter Atmosphäre statt. Für Abkühlung sorgte zwischenzeitlich ein Eis und der gesellige Abend am Lahnufer. Für eine Übersicht der Vorträge und Poster siehe Auflistung unten.

Keynotes:

  • Kristian Ufer (BGR)/ Jan Dietel (LLBB): Crystallographic methods for the quantitative determination of minerals in soils
  • Matthias Schellhorn (Stephan Schmidt Tone): The relevance of special clays in horticultural growing media
  • Katja Emmerich (KIT Karlsruhe):  Cation exchange capacity of clay minerals and homoionic saturation

Vorträge:

  • Philip Wild (Uni Jena): Quantification of Fe oxides and clay minerals by table-top NEXAFS in the soft X-ray regime
  • Allan Phillipe (Uni Landau): Quantification of anthropogenic TiO2 nanoparticles in soils and sediments combining size fractionation and trace element ratio
  • Stefan Dultz (Uni Hannover): Electrostatic interactions and cementing agents during soil microaggregate formation
  • Leonard Böhm (Uni Giessen): Investigation of hydrophobic organic chemical (HOC)–mineral interactions by miniaturized adsorption experiments
  • Carsten Simon (UFZ Leipzig): Tracing the formation of mineral-organic matter associations by ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry - recent findings and developments

Poster:

  • Michaela Aehnelt (Uni Jena): From bedrock to soil: The fate of mineral weathering products in the subsoil
  • Karin Eusterhues (Uni Jena), Jürgen Thieme, Andreas Haidl, Heinrich Fröse, Lars Lühl, Philipp Hönicke, Thomas Wilhein, Birgit Kanngießer, Kai Uwe Totsche: Distribution and Speciation of P and S on mineral surfaces
  • Kai Jansen (Uni Giessen), Jan Siemens, Ines Mulder (Uni Giessen): Effect of electrolytes on sorption of benzalkonium chloride to clay minerals: role of particle charge and aggregation
  • Alexander Konrad (Uni Giessen), Ines Mulder, Kenton Stutz, Friederike Lang, Jan Siemens (UniGiessen): Sorption thermodynamics and aggregation as controls of substrate use and mineralization
  • Katharina Lenhardt, Thilo Rennert (Uni Hohenheim): Charakterisierung von schwach kristallinen Aluminiumphasen im Boden mittels FTIR- und NMR-Spektroskopie
  • Max Niegisch, Reiner Dohrmann & Christian Mikutta (Uni Hannover): Effects of Redox Oscillations on Soil Iron Phases
  • Ines Mulder (Uni Giessen), Malte Emmling, Matthias Schellhorn, Ralf Diedel, Stephan Kaufhold and Jan Siemens: Reduction of ammonia emission from cattle manure after bentonite addition
  • Ines Mulder (Uni Giessen), Benjamin Heyde, Jan Siemens, Stefanie Glaeser (Uni Giessen): Sequestration of quaternary ammonium compounds by soil smectites – implications for antibiotic resistance development
  • Laura Schnee: Sileola Joseph Akinbodunse, Reiner Dohrmann, Kristian Ufer & Christian Mikutta: Quantification of X-ray amorphous materials in soils
  • Kevin Kaps, Franz Sperhake, Jana Michaelis, Uwe Hilmer, Jennifer Rudloff-Grund, Eva Schmidt, Matthias Schellhorn, Ralf Diedel, Stefan Dultz: Clay amendment for improving nutrient buffering, Si release and aggregate architecture in growing media