COS 22
Biogeochemistry: New Paradigms In Biogeochem Cycling II

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
320, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Using a hydropedological framework to identify carbon and nitrogen cycling hotspots in a northern hardwood forest
Linda H. Pardo, USDA Forest Service; Mark B. Green, Plymouth State University; Scott W. Bailey, USFS; Kevin McGuire, Virginia Tech; Christine L. Goodale, Cornell University; Peter M. Groffman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
8:20 AM
 Higher survival drives the success of nitrogen-fixing trees through succession in Costa Rican rainforests
Duncan N. L. Menge, Columbia University; Robin L. Chazdon, University of Connecticut
8:40 AM
 Response of the mercury cycle in an Adirondack, USA lake watershed to recovery from decreasing acid deposition and lime application
Geoffrey D. Millard, Syracuse University; Mario Montesdeoca, Syracuse University; Charles T. Driscoll, Syracuse University; Douglas A. Burns, US Geological Survey; Karen Riva-Murray, US Geological Survey
9:00 AM
 Nutrient dynamics in Adirondack lakes recovering from acidification by acid deposition
Jacqueline R Gerson, Syracuse University; Charles T. Driscoll, Syracuse University; Karen Roy, New York Department of Environmental Conservation
9:20 AM
 The forest grows but the ecosystem leaks: Calcium enrichment increases both forest biomass and nitrogen export
Emily S. Bernhardt, Duke University; Emma Rosi-Marshall, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Gene E. Likens, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies and University of Connecticut; Don Buso, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Six general ecosystem properties tend to be more intense in biogeochemical cycling networks than in trophic webs
Stuart R. Borrett, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Montgomery Carter, University of North Carolina Wilmington; David E Hines, University of North Carolina Wilmington
10:10 AM
 When everything changes: Watershed scale biogeochemical impacts of mountaintop mining
Matt Ross, Duke University; Fabian Nippgen, Duke University; Brian L. McGlynn, Duke University; Emily Bernhardt, Duke University
10:30 AM
 Methane emissions from upland trees
Scott Pitz, Johns Hopkins University; James P. Megonigal, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Katalin Szlavecz, Johns Hopkins University
10:50 AM
 Biogeochemical controls of Mo and P availability for N2-fixing trees across the Amazon Basin
Annette Trierweiler, Princeton University; Carlos Alberto Quesada, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia; Jon Lloyd, School of Marine and Tropical Biology; Lars O. Hedin, Princeton University
11:10 AM
 Modeling phosphorus limitation on terrestrial carbon uptake in the tropical Asia
Kamaljit Banger, Auburn University; Hanqin Tian, Auburn University; Qichun Yang, Auburn University; Jia Yang, Auburn University
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