PS 9
Soil Ecology

Monday, August 10, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 An objective approach to select soil CO2 concentration measurement depths when using the gradient method to measure soil respiration
Edward Ayres, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Natchaya Pingintha-Durden, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON, Inc.); Jianwu Tang, Marine Biological Laboratory; Rommel Zulueta, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON, Inc.)
 Effects of nitrogen additions on soil extracellular enzyme activity: A meta-analysis
Siyang Jian, Tennessee State University; Jianwei Li, Tennessee State University
 Soil microinvertebrates as bioindicators in soils of intercropped loblolly-switchgrass systems managed for biofuels
Katherine P. O'Neill, Roanoke College; Lydiah Mpyisi, Roanoke College; Kyle King, Roanoke College; Nomin Baasandavaa, Roanoke College; Jessica Pease, Roanoke College; Harry Godwin, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Zakiya H. Leggett, n/a; Eric B. Sucre, Weyerhaeuser NR Company
 Perennial biofuel crop identity and management alter abundance and activity of soil organisms
Sarah M. Emery, University of Louisville; Alexis N. Carey, Transylvania University; Andrea Howes, University of Louisville; Erin Kinnetz, University of Louisville; Lindsey Mueller, University of Louisville
 Alterations in soil microarthropod/microflora communities in a Mediterranean sand dune ecosystem
Haggai Wasserstrom, Bar-Ilan University; Yosef Steinberger, Bar Ilan University
 Controls on ecohydrologic properties in cold desert ecosystems: Differences in soil age and volcanic morphology
Lakin K. Beal, Idaho State University; David P. Huber, Idaho State University; Sarah E. Godsey, Idaho State University; Kathleen A. Lohse, Idaho State University; Shannon K. Nawotniak, Idaho State University
 Forest soil charcoal colonization by bacteria: Results from a fire chronoseqence
Robert L. Sanford Jr., Northern Arizona University; Egbert Schwartz, Northern Arizona University; Dustin Keeble, Northern Arizona University; Michaela Hayer, Northern Arizona University
 Root decomposition in forest ecosystems: Chemical or morphological control?
Anthony Minerovic, Kent State University; Oscar J. Valverde-Barrantes, Kent State University; Christopher B. Blackwood, Kent State University
 Microbial biomass accumulates P but not N in response to N and P fertilization in northern hardwood forests
Shinjini Goswami, Miami University of Ohio; Melany C. Fisk, Miami University of Ohio; Tera J. Ratliff, Miami University of Ohio; Ruth D. Yanai, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
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