S14. Bio-Geo materials for environmental remediation: novel approaches, technologies and case studies

Conveners and Chairpersons Giacomo Ferretti (UNIFE), Lucia Morrone (CNR-IBIMET), Domenico Prisa (CREA Centro di ricerca Orticoltura e Florovivaismo)

ORALI

Martedi 17 Settembre 2019 [14.30-16.00]

Aula D

14-1    14.30 - 14.45
[KEYNOTE] Deltedesco E.*, Zehetner F., Unterfrauner H. & Keiblinger K.M. : Microbiological assessment of lime application to agricultural soils

14-2    14.45 - 15.00
Ferretti G.*, Galamini G., Deltedesco E., Gorfer M., Faccini B., Zechmeister-Boltenstern S., Coltorti M. & Keiblinger K.M. : Effects of natural and NH4-charged zeolite amendments and their combination with 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP) on soil gross ammonification and nitrification rates

14-3    15.00 - 15.15
Morrone L.*, Facini O., Mari M. & Rotondi A. : Effects of zeolite and kaolin foliar application in olive trees on photosynthesis and on drupes oil content

14-4    15.15 - 15.30
Matteucci F.*, Curri M.L., Comparelli R., Giannantonio R., Giansante C., Mascolo G. & Giannini C. : Nanomaterials for the abatement of contaminants in water treatment

14-5    15.30 - 15.45
Malferrari D.*, Bernini F., Bighi B., Borsari M., Brigatti M.F., Castellini E., Mucci A. & Sebastianelli L. : Sulfur bearing and aromatic compound trapping by layered silicates: a great start for innovative technological applications

14-6    15.45 - 16.00
Molinari S.*, Salviulo G., Magro M., Baratella D. & Vianello F. : Water total arsenic remediation via a new generation colloidal superparamagnetic maghemite nanoparticles

Martedi 17 Settembre 2019 [17.00-18.30]

Aula D

14-7    17.00 - 17.15
[KEYNOTE] Mentler A.*, Ottner F., Wriessnig K., Keiblinger K.M. & Kral R.M. : Production potential in central Mozambique: soil analysis and mineralogy

14-8    17.15 - 17.30
Keiblinger K.M., Maftukhah R., Ngadisih N. , Murtiningrum M. 2, Kral R.M. & Mentler A.* : Soil amendments for re-cultivation of formerly mined land on Bangka island, Indonesia

14-9    17.30 - 17.45
Neri L.*, Carriero G., Facini O. & Baraldi R. : Environmental remediation of the historical suburban forest Bosco Albergati

14-10    17.45 - 18.00
Leoncini C.*, Lo monaco A., Gagni S., Emiliani R., Riberti R., Forti F., Caridei F., Filippini M. & Gargini A. : Optimal hydrogeological conditions for phytoscreening in sites with chloroethenes subsurface contaminations

14-11    18.00 - 18.15
Rizzo P.*, Sanangelantoni A., Iacumin P. & Celico F. : Isolation and selection of bacterial strains for aquifer remediation: a case study in Val d'Agri (Southern Italy)

14-12    18.15 - 18.30
Artioli G., Berto D., Dalconi M.C., Gò E., Peruzzo L. & Tateo F.* : Occurrence of pararealgar in As-rich aquifer sediments of the Venetian plain (Italy)

POSTER

Martedi 17 Settembre 2019

Area Poster

14-13    Pannello 40
Faccini B.*, Di Giuseppe D., Ferretti G., Galamini G. & Coltorti M. : Effects of natural and NH4-enriched Zeolitite on nitrogen leaching from a reclaimed agricultural soil of the Ferrara province (Italy)

14-14    Pannello 41
Ferretti G.*, Keiblinger K.M., Faccini B., Galamini G., Mentler A., Zechmeister-Boltenstern S. & Coltorti M. : Sorption of 3,4-Dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP) in Soils amended with different chabazite zeolitites

14-15    Pannello 42
Mentler A., Keiblinger K.M., Maftukhah R., Ngadisih N., Murtiningrum M. & Kral R.M.* : On the ground or in the ground? Co-learning of farmers and scientists about soil

14-16    Pannello 43
Morrone L.*, Mari M. & Rotondi A. : Use of geo materials (zeolites) in the rooting phase for the production of olive plant

14-17    Pannello 44
Neri L.*, Monti A. L. , Ottoni S. , Facini O. & Baraldi R. : Phytoremediation of contaminated sites: the case study of a petroleum refinery in Mantova, Italy

14-18    Pannello 45
Prisa D.* : Chabazitic-zeolites and Effective Microorganisms for the qualitative improvement and fertilizers reduction in the growth of Aloe plants

14-19    Pannello 46
Prisa D.* : Improvement Quality and Content of Pepper and Chilli Nitrates Influenced by the Effective Microorganisms 

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