PS 76 - Latebreaking: Biogeochemistry

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Linking stream nitrogen fluxes to multi-scale temporal patterns of precipitation
Joseph Pignatello Reid, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Variation in forest and landslide carbon pools along complex environmental gradients in the Sierra de Las Minas of eastern Guatemala
Giomara La Quay-Velázquez, Universidad Metropolitana; Anne E. Carey, Ohio State University; Carla Restrepo, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
Measuring the phenolic content of dissolved organic matter in wetlands
Todd Pagano, Rochester Institute of Technology; Jonathan E. Kenny, Tufts University
Spatial variation in groundwater and stream water carbon chemistry in a Neotropical rainforest
Carissa N. Ganong, University of Georgia; John H. Duff, U.S. Geological Survey; Catherine M. Pringle, University of Georgia
How many mountains can we mine?  Ecological thresholds for freshwater ecosystems of the Central Appalachians
Brian D. Lutz, Kent State University; Emily S. Bernhardt, Duke University; Raven L. Bier, Duke University; Ashley Helton, Duke University; Catherine E. Carter, TetraTech, Inc.; John Fay, Duke University; Ryan S. King, Baylor University; Margaret Palmer, University of Maryland; David Campagna, Campagna & Associates, LLC; John Amos, SkyTruth
Diatom species traits vary in response to inorganic versus organic acidity in Adirondack streams
Katrina L. Pound, University of Texas at Arlington; Sophia I. Passy, University of Texas at Arlington; Gregory B. Lawrence, U.S. Geological Survey
Do the effects of species richness on ecosystem function rival other forms of environmental change?
David U. Hooper, Western Washington University; E. Carol Adair, University of Vermont; Jarrett E. Byrnes, University of California, Davis; Lars Gamfeldt, University of Gothenburg; Andrew Gonzalez, McGill University; Bruce A. Hungate, Northern Arizona University; Mary I. O'Connor, University of British Columbia; Bradley J. Cardinale, University of Michigan; J. Emmett Duffy, Tennenbaum Marine Observatory Network, Smithsonian Institution
Differential silver nanoparticle toxicity to microbes and macrophytes leads to carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane pulses
Benjamin P. Colman, Duke University; Curtis J. Richardson, Duke University; Gregory V. Lowry, Carnegie Mellon University; Brian K. Reinsch, Carnegie Mellon University; Benjamin Espinasse, Duke University; Mark R. Wiesner, Duke University; Jason M. Unrine, University of Kentucky; Emily S. Bernhardt, Duke University
Distribution and pathways of arsenic in a hypersaline estuary
Brian L. Fredensborg, The University of Texas-Pan American; German Riojas, The University of Texas-Pan American; Thomas A. Eubanks, The University of Texas-Pan American; Alondra Hernandez, The University of Texas-Pan American; Flor A. Sandoval, The University of Texas-Pan American; Steven Luther, The University of Texas-Pan American; Ramiro Garza, The University of Texas-Pan American; Hudson DeYoe, The University of Texas-Pan American; Frank Dirrigl Jr., The University of Texas-Pan American; Jason Parsons, The University of Texas-Pan American; Michael W. Persans, The University of Texas-Pan American; Kristine L. Lowe, The University of Texas - Pan American
Do long-term burning practices affect carbon and nitrogen flow dynamics from grassland root litter through the soil food web?
Elizabeth A. Shaw, Colorado State University; Diana H. Wall, Colorado State University; M. Francesca Cotrufo, Colorado State University; Jennifer L. Soong, Colorado State University; Uffe N. Nielsen, University of Western Sydney
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