PS 15
Biogeochemistry: Experimental Climate Change Effects On Biogeo Processes

Monday, August 10, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Effect of deep peat warming on porewater chemistry in a northern peatland ecosystem
Natalie A. Griffiths, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Stephen D. Sebestyen, USDA Forest Service Research
 Soil respiration responses to grazing and climate change simulations across topographical gradients in northern Mongolia
Anarmaa Sharkhuu, National University of Mongolia; Alain F. Plante, University of Pennsylvania; Enkhmandal Orsoo, National University of Mongolia; Pierre Liancourt, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Brenda B. Casper, University of Pennsylvania; Bazartseren Boldgiv, National University of Mongolia; Peter S. Petraitis, University of Pennsylvania
 Impacts of global climate change on vulnerable ecosystems
Inyoung Jang, National Institute of Ecology; Hojeong Kang, Ecological Engineering Lab; Changwan Seo, National Institute of Ecology
 Soil respiration variations respond to microclimate variations in biofuel crop ecosystems
Yahn-Jauh Su, Michigan State University; Hsun-Yi Hsieh, University of Michigan; Jiquan Chen, Michigan State University; Michael Abraha, Michigan State University; Changliang Shao, Michigan State University; Ranjeet John, Michigan State University; Stephen K. Hamilton, Michigan State University; G. Philip Robertson, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
 Ecological significance of phyllosphere leaf traits on throughfall hydrology, biogeochemistry, and leaf litter among Quercus species in the southeastern United States
Katy Limpert, Mississippi State University; Courtney Siegert, Mississippi State University; Sasith Karunarathna, Mississippi State University
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