PS 67 - Biogeochemistry: C And N Cycling In Response To Global Change

Thursday, August 9, 2012: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 The impacts of changes in snowfall on wintertime soil greenhouse gas emissions using an automated chamber system
Leilei Ruan, Michigan State University; Kevin Kahmark, Michigan State University; G. Philip Robertson, Michigan State University
 A novel cyberinfrastructure to support research of land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon, water, and energy in a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem
Christine Laney, University of Texas at El Paso; Aline Jaimes, University of Texas at El Paso; Ari Kassin, University of Texas at El Paso; Ryan P. Cody, University of Texas at El Paso; Craig E. Tweedie, University of Texas at El Paso
 Using tree rings to better understand the role of biological demand in the inter-annual variability of stream nitrate concentrations at the Fernow Experimental Forest, West Virginia
Christopher A. Walter, West Virginia University; Mark B. Burnham, West Virginia University; Amy E. Hessl, West Virginia University; William T. Peterjohn, West Virginia University
 Thermal acclimation impacts on global carbon dynamics
Zhangcai Qin, Purdue University; Qianlai Zhuang, Purdue University; Min Chen, Purdue University; Yujie He, UC Irvine
 Soil carbon stability and temperature sensitivity of carbon decomposition along an elevation gradient in the Changbai Mountain, China
Wenhua Xu, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Edith Bai, Instituted of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Water level drawdown boosts greenhouse gas production in a small eutrophic reservoir
Bridget R. Deemer, Washington State University Vancouver; John A. Harrison, Washington State University Vancouver; Maria T. Glavin, Washington State University Vancouver
 Respiration costs associated with nitrate reduction as estimated 14CO2 pulse labeling and nitrate redactase activity of evergreen oak
Naoko Tokuchi, Kyoto University; Wataru Hidaka, Kyoto University; Kazumichi Fujii, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Noriyuki Osada, Kyoto University; Lina Koyama, Kyoto University; Reiji Fujimaki, Shimane University
 Water level drawdown is a hot moment for methane ebullition in a small eutrophic reservoir, Lacamas Lake, Washington
Maria T. Glavin, Washington State University Vancouver; Bridget R. Deemer, Washington State University Vancouver; John A. Harrison, Washington State University Vancouver
 Soil respiration across an urban-rural tropical gradient: Variability among forest and invasive grass sites
Joseph K. Lee, University of British Columbia; Daniela F. Cusack, UC - Los Angeles
 Increases in soil organic carbon in semi-arid integrated crop-livestock systems
Lisa Fultz, Texas Tech University; Vivien Allen, Texas Tech University; Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University
 Seasonal variation in N availability and nitrification rates due to precipitation variability and elevation
Tatyana Isupov, Brigham Young University; Richard A. Gill, Brigham Young University
 Landform and vegetation patch type moderate the effects of grazing-induced disturbance on carbon and nitrogen pools in a semi-arid woodland
Jane G. Smith, New Mexico State University; David J. Eldridge, University of New South Wales; Heather L. Throop, New Mexico State University
 Interactive effects of multiple global change factors on soil nitrogen transformations in a California annual grassland
Chelsea J. Carey, Point Blue Conservation Science; Stephen C. Hart, University of California; Valerie T. Eviner, University of California Davis; Joseph C. Blankinship, University of California, Santa Barbara
 Strong seasonal and diel variation of soil CO2¬†efflux in a moist subtropical forest in Puerto Rico
Omar Gutiérrez del Arroyo, University of Puerto Rico; Tana E. Wood, USDA Forest Service; Ariel E. Lugo, USDA Forest Service
 Methane production and emissions from a tidal wetland under multifactored global change
Shannon B. Hagerty, Villanova University; J. Adam Langley, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Lillian R. Aoki, Cornell University; Thomas J. Mozdzer, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; J. Patrick Megonigal, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
 Influence of nitrogen availability on soil respiration kinetics
Jennifer R. Eberwein, University of California Riverside; Patricia A. Oikawa, University of California, Riverside; George D. Jenerette, University of California, Riverside
 Contributions of ectomycorrhizal fungi to organic matter formation and decomposition in response to chronic N deposition
Jesse J. Sadowsky, University of New Hampshire; Linda T.A. Van Diepen, University of New Hampshire; Serita D. Frey, University of New Hampshire
 Will elevated N inputs from acid rain stimulate C storage in an aggrading appalachian temperate deciduous forest?
Zachariah K. Fowler, West Virginia University; Mary Beth Adams, USDA Forest Service; William T. Peterjohn, West Virginia University
 Contribution of fine root respiration to total soil respiration in high-elevation red spruce forests along a nitrogen availability gradient
Kenneth R. Smith, West Virginia University; Tyler Davidson, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Richard B. Thomas, West Virginia University
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