COS 22
Climate Change: Biogeochem Cycles

Tuesday, August 6, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
L100B, Minneapolis Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Scenarios of water quality: projected effects of phosphorus management in a changing climate
Stephen R. Carpenter, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Richard C. Lathrop, University of Wisconsin - Madison
8:20 AM
 The consequences of acid rain on fine-root carbon allocation in a hardwood forest
Ryan Dorkoski, Ohio University; Jared L. DeForest, Ohio University
8:40 AM
 Mechanisms underlying litter decomposition in dry seasons
Daniel Gliksman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Jose M. Gruenzweig, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
9:00 AM
 Natural gas leaks across Washington, D.C: Their number, source, and relevance to greenhouse gas emissions
Robert B. Jackson, Duke University; Nathan Phillips, Boston University; Robert Ackley, Gas Safety Inc.; Kaiguang Zhao, Duke University; Adrian Down, Duke University; Charles W. Cook, Duke University
9:20 AM
 An avoidable methane hotspot: pan-tropical estimates of greenhouse gas emissions and energy potential in tropical palm oil plantations
Alan R. Townsend, University of Colorado; Philip G. Taylor, University of Colorado; Hana Fancher, University of Colorado; Teresa M. Legg, University of Colorado; Samantha R. Weintraub, University of Colorado; Will R. Wieder, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Cory C. Cleveland, University of Montana; Diana R. Nemergut, University of Colorado
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Will Tropical symbiotic nitrogen fixers face increasing P and Mo limitation with CO2 fertilization?
Annette Trierweiler, Princeton University; Klaus Winter, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Nina Wurzburger, University of Georgia; Lars Hedin, Princeton University
10:50 AM
 B4WarmED forest warming experiment: Effects of soil moisture on soil organic matter decomposition
William C. Eddy III, University of Minnesota; Sarah E. Hobbie, University of Minnesota; Artur Stefanski, University of Minnesota; Karen Rice, University of Minnesota; Roy L. Rich, University of Minnesota; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota