16th Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 2003

Environmental Management Using Soil-Plant Systems

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The correct citation for the proceedings is:

[Authors], 2003. [Title of paper]. In: Environmental management using soil-plant systems.
(Eds L D Currie, R B Stewart and C W N Anderson). Occasional Report No. 16. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. pp

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Papers presented:

RISK BASED LAND MANAGEMENT: A COST EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR CONTAMINATED LAND MANAGEMENT
R Naidu, N S Bolan and G Owens (Invited Paper) (abstract)

ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE: POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS IN PHYTOREMEDIATION
M C Rillig, C Rosier, J Driver and M A Hamilton (Invited Paper) (abstract)

PHYTOREMEDIATION FOR THE STABILISATION OF MINE WASTE AND MUNICIPAL BIOSOLIDS IN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
C W N Anderson

ASSESSMENT OF PHYTOREMEDIATION AS BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICE FOR DEGRADED ENVIRONMENTS
B Robinson, S Green, T Mills, B Clothier, L Fung, S Hurst, V Snow, I McIvor, S Sivakumaran, C van den Dijssel and N Babbage

EDTA FOR CLEANING UP CONTAMINATED SOILS: PLANT UPTAKE AND RISK OF LEACHING
I Vogeler, T Thayalakumaran, D Scotter, B Clothier, H Percival and B Robinson

BIOREMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATED SITES
S Sivakumaran, T Mills, I McIvor, B Robinson, B Clothier, M Walter, V Snow, S Green, K Boyd-Wilson, L Fung, S Hurst, C van den Dijssel, J Guthrie, C Ford, C Norling, N Babbage, B Arnold and G Milne

USING PLANTS AS PUMPS TO DEHYDRATE SEWAGE BIOSOLIDS
J Crush, A Donnison and U Sarathchandra

CONTAINMENT AND PHYTOSTABILISATION OF CONTAMINATED SITES USING POPLAR, WILLOW AND INDIGENOUS PLANT SPECIES
T Mills, B Robinson, S Green, B Clothier, L Fung, S Hurst, I McIvor, C van den Dijssel, C Norling, T Thayalakumaran, V Snow and M Marchetti

IS VOLATILISATION A SIGNIFICANT PROCESS FOR Hg – PHYTOREMEDIATION?
F N Moreno, C W N Anderson, B H Robinson and R B Stewart

THE REDUCTION AND PHYTOAVAILABILITY OF CHROMATE IN SOIL AS AFFECTED BY ORGANIC AMENDMENTS
N S Bolan, D C Adriano and T M Aye

POTENTIAL OF ONE EPIGEIC AND ONE ANECIC EARTHWORMS IN SOIL AMENDMENTS
R Aruna Devy and Anisa B Khan

CREATING AND RESTORING NATURAL URBAN ENVIRONMENTS: BRINGING NATURE BACK INTO THE CITY
F Boffa and B Evans (Invited Paper)(abstract)

ENHANCING ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND MITIGATING HUMAN IMPACTS IN A CHRISTCHURCH URBAN FLUVIAL-RECENT SOIL SERIES
P L Carey and C D Meurk

“RAINGARDENS” FOR TREATING URBAN STORMWATER
J Zanders, M Taylor, M McLeod, R Simcock and B Robinson

FROM FIELD TRIALS TO REALITY: REHABILITATION OF THE TAILINGS STORAGE EMBANKMENT AT THE WAIHI GOLD MINE
P E H Gregg, R B Stewart, K M Brodie and F Stewart

NEW LANDFORMS - A BASE FOR SUCCESSFUL REHABILITATION
K M Brodie, K A Mason, J Ruddock and D I K McLeod

REVEGETATION OF STEEP BATTERS OF MINE ROCK DUMPS USING PIONEER PLANTS
C Ross, R Buxton, J Stanley, P Alspach and C Morgan

THE ROLE OF TRIFOLIUM ARVENSE IN THE RESTORATION OF SEMI-ARID SHORT TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS
C C Boswell, W L Lowther and B Aubrey

SILVOPASTORAL MANAGEMENT OF ‘VERONESE’ POPLARS ON AN EROSION-PRONE HILLSLOPE
I McIvor, S Hurst, L Fung, C van den Dijssel, S Green, G Douglas and L Foote

COIRPITH VERMICOMPOST AND ITS EFFECT ON GERMINATION, GROWTH AND YIELD RESPONSES OF BLACKGRAM (Vigna mungo-Cv. T9)
A Sathiyanarayanan and Anisa B Khan

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH: PERSPECTIVES OF THE USE OF SOIL-PLANT SYSTEMS TO MANAGE THE ENVIRONMENT
N Selvarajah (Invited Paper) (abstract)

USING THE PASTURE-SOIL SYSTEM TO FILTER NUTRIENTS FROM FARM DAIRY EFFLUENT
D J Houlbrooke, D J Horne, M J Hedley, J A Hanly, D R Scotter and V O Snow

IS CAMPYLOBACTER AND FAECAL MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION A PROBLEM IN RURAL STREAMS?
A M Donnison and C M Ross

APPLICATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER AND BIOSOLIDS TO NEW ZEALAND FORESTS: TWO CASE STUDIES
G N Magesan and H Wang

BIOSOLIDS APPLICATION AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF FORESTED SOILS
T Govindaraj, H Wang, N S Bolan, J S Rowarth and G N Magesan

FERTILISERS AND THE CONTAMINATION RISK TO GROUNDWATER AND THE LAGOON ON TONGATAPU ISLAND, KINGDOM OF TONGA
M van der Velde, M Vanclooster, V Snow, S Green, V Manu, B Clothier, V Minoneti, G Pochet and C van den Dijssel

SPARROWS, FLIES AND RODENTS AS RESERVOIRS OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP. ON A DAIRY FARM
B Adhikari, J H Connolly, P Madie and P R Davies

RIPARIAN MANAGEMENT – DEVELOPMENT OF A RESOURCE PACKAGE FOR RIPARIAN TRAINING WORKSHOPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR TRAINING AND INFORMATION TRANSFER
N Ngapo and C Feeney

EFFECTS OF NITROGEN INPUTS AND SOIL AMENDMENTS ON EMISSIONS OF NITROUS OXIDE AND DI-NITROGEN FROM PASTURE AND WETLAND SOILS
M Zaman, L Nguyen and A Gold

THE THREAT OF WILLOW SAWFLY TO RIPARIAN PROTECTION USING WILLOWS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
L Fung, J Charles, D Rowan, D Allan, S Hurst, I McIvor, C Norling and C van den Dijssel

RIPARIAN ATTENUATION OF FAECAL MICROBES
R Collins, A Donnison, C Ross and M McLeod

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