Wednesday, August 5, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 46 - Biogeochemistry: Linking Community Structure and Ecosystem Function
Landscape variability in response to changes in patch-scale connectivity
Jeffrey E. Herrick, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Debra Peters, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Gregory S. Okin, UCLA, John Anderson, USDA Jornada Experimental Station
The regulation of phosphorus cycling during plant dormancy in a mixed-oak forest
Lindsay G. Scott, Ohio University, Jared L. DeForest, Ohio University
Indirect plant species impacts on gross nitrogen mineralization in grasslands
Ramesh Laungani, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Johannes Knops, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Near-term results of soil and wood CO2 flux from experimental manipulation of northern hardwood forest structure
Jodi A. Forrester, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jennifer L. Stoffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jacob H. Dyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Stith T. Gower, University of Wisconsin-Madison, David J. Mladenoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Distribution and activity of ammonia-oxidizing archaea and bacteria in high and low nitrogen soils across an upland to lowland gradient
Lydia H. Zeglin, Oregon State University, Anne E. Taylor, Oregon State University, David D. Myrold, Oregon State University, Peter J. Bottomley, Oregon State University
The influence of dissolved organic matter on denitrifier community composition and denitrification rates in an agricultural headwater stream
Laura T. Johnson, Indiana University, Todd V. Royer, Indiana University, Laura G. Leff, Kent State University, Jael M. Edgerton, Kent State University, Alyssa K. Baxter, Kent State University, Michael P. Brennan, Indiana University, Diana M. Oviedo-Vargas, Indiana University
A beech bark disease-induced change in tree species composition influences forest floor acid-base chemistry
Mary A. Arthur, University of Kentucky, Kathleen C. Weathers, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Gary M. Lovett, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Looking for hotspots of nitrogen cycling in an alpine-subalpine watershed: the search continues
Anthony Darrouzet-Nardi, University of Colorado at Boulder
Cladophora assemblage color linked to N-fixation rates in a northern California stream
A.R. Bratt, St. Catherine University, J.R. Welter, St. Catherine University, P.C. Furey, University of California, Berkeley, M.E. Power, University of California, Berkeley
Canonical correspondence analysis as a tool for integrating species abundance and stable isotope data
Jonathan A. Freedman, Penn State University, R. Allen Curry, University of New Brunswick, Kelly R. Munkittrick, University of New Brunswick, Robert F. Carline, Penn State University, Jay R. Stauffer Jr., Penn State University
Does woody plant encroachment increase ecosystem carbon stocks?
Steven R. Archer, University of Arizona, Heather L. Throop, New Mexico State University, Dawn M. Browning, USDA-ARS, Katharine Predick, University of Arizona

See more of Posters

See more of The 94th ESA Annual Meeting (August 2 -- 7, 2009)