Monday, August 3, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 20 - Soil
Biodegradation of polyphenolics (tannins) in natural soils
Allison J. Kreinberg, Miami University, Ann E. Hagerman, Miami University, Jonathan J. Halvorson, USDA, ARS, AFSRC, Javier M. Gonzalez, USDA, ARS, AFSRC
Analysis of plant/fungi interactions in the presence of mercury
Sharon R. Jean-Philippe, University of Tennessee, Jennifer A. Franklin, University of Tennessee, Nicole Labbe, University of Tennessee
Decaying roots: An overlooked component of soil carbon pool
G. Geoff Wang, Clemson University, Huifeng Hu, Clemson University, David H. Van Lear, Clemson University
Effects of tannins on soil carbon, cation exchange capacity, and metal solubility
Jonathan J. Halvorson, USDA, ARS, AFSRC, Javier M. Gonzalez, USDA, ARS, AFSRC, Ann E. Hagerman, Miami University
Soil hydraulic properties and large scale evapotranspiration in desert ecosystem
Dongmin Sun, University of Houston, Clear Lake, Jianting Zhu, Desert Research Institute
Plant soil feedback examined with seven grasses native to and invasive in the Great Basin
Lora B. Perkins, University of Nevada, Reno, Robert S. Nowak, University of Nevada Reno
Soil faunal distribution among different ecosystems using large scale molecular cloning and sequencing
Tiehang Wu, University of South Florida, Edward Ayres, Colorado State University, Richard D. Bardgett, Lancaster University, Diana H. Wall, Colorado State University, James R. Garey, University of South Florida
Does long-term pasture management influence spatial distribution of soil characteristics in Oklahoma?
Brian K. Northup, USDA-ARS, John A. Daniel, USDA-ARS, William A. Phillips, USDA-ARS
Water and plant litter inputs as key factors controlling soil microbial biomass and carbon source utilization in a Mediterranean and semi-arid region
Chen Sherman, Bar-Ilan University, Yosef Steinberger, Bar-Ilan University
Comparison of Assessment of CO2 fluxes measurements using CO2 Well Method and Closed Dynamic Chamber Method
Lijun Xia, Johns Hopkins University, K Szlavecz, Johns Hopkins University, A. Szalay, Johns Hopkins University, R. M. Musaloiu, Johns Hopkins University, J. Gupchup, Physics department, S. Pitz, Johns Hopkins University
Drainage and vegetation controls on landscape-scale soil carbon accrual in restored prairies
Sarah L. O'Brien, University of Illinois at Chicago, Julie D. Jastrow, Argonne National Laboratory, David A. Grimley, Illinois State Geological Survey, Miquel González-Meler, University of Illinois at Chicago
Biogeodiversity along a Maryland piedmont lithosequence
Jerry L. Burgess, Johns Hopkins University, Steven Lev, Towson University, Christopher M. Swan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Katalin Szlavecz, Johns Hopkins University
Direct and indirect effects of earthworms on mycorrhizal fungi
Katalin Szlavecz, Johns Hopkins University, Melissa K. McCormick, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Lijun Xia, Johns Hopkins University, Dennis F. Whigham, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Environmental variables as predictors for ectomycorrhizal species in American chestnut (Castanea dentata) mine reclamation
Jenise M. Bauman, Miami University, Carolyn H. Keiffer, Miami University, Shiv Hiremath, USDA Forest Service

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