Monday, August 4, 2008: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
102 B, Midwest Airlines Center
COS 15 - Water Cycling
1:30 PMInfluence of soil drainage on the spatial variability of tree transpiration in a boreal black spruce forest
Julia L. Angstmann, University of Wyoming, Brent E Ewers, University of Wyoming, Hyojung Kwon, Hyojung.Kwon@Gmail.Com, Ben P. Bond-Lamberty, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Brian Amiro, University of Manitoba, Stith T. Gower, University of Wisconsin
1:50 PMA meta-analysis and modeling approach to understanding climate warming impacts on ecosystem rain use efficiency
Jesse E. Bell, The University of Oklahoma, Yiqi Luo, The University of Oklahoma
2:10 PMSensitivity of runoff to elevated CO2 in a temperate deciduous forest
Sebastian Leuzinger, University of Basel, Christian Koerner, University of Basel
2:30 PMDevelopment of a spatially explicit ecohydrological modeling approach to investigate semi-arid land degradation and its impact on biogeochemical cycling
Laura Turnbull, University of Sheffield, Steven J. Del Grosso, USDA-ARS, William J. Parton, Colorado State University, Cindy Keough, Colorado State University, John Wainwright, University of Sheffield, Richard E. Brazier, University of Exeter
2:50 PMDoes native forest conserve water? Species composition and stand structure influence water use for a Hawaiian wet forest
Aurora K. Kagawa, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Lawren Sack, UCLA, Ka`eo Duarte, Kamehameha Schools, Shelley A. James, Bishop Museum
3:10 PMBreak
3:20 PMModeling the response of canopy stomatal conductance to humidity
Shusen Wang, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Yan Yang, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing
3:40 PMEcohydrological implications of canopy cover phenology along a continuum of semi-arid deciduous vegetation: Pulsed heterogeneity effects on soil evaporation
Juan C. Villegas, University of Arizona, Chris B. Zou, Oklahoma State University, David D. Breshears, University of Arizona
4:00 PMIntegrating hydrological and biogeochemical approaches for tracing the fates of applied water and sulfur in vineyards
Eve-Lyn S. Hinckley, Stanford University, Carol Kendall, U.S. Geological Survey, Keith Loague, Stanford University

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