COS 13 - Biogeochemistry: New Paradigms In Biogeochem Cycling I

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
304, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:00 AM
 A global synthesis of tropospheric ozone impacts on budgets of long-lived greenhouse gases
Bin Wang, University of Virginia; Herman H. Shugart, University of Virginia; Sally E. Pusede, University of Virginia; Manuel T. Lerdau, University of Virginia
8:20 AM
 Rhizosphere priming effects of herbaceous and woody species under field environment
Weixin Cheng, University of California at Santa Cruz; Kelsey Johana Forbush, University of California Santa Cruz; Tongqing Su, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Jiayu Lu, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Gail W.T. Wilson, Oklahoma State University; John M. Blair, Kansas State University
8:40 AM
 Factors controlling bark decomposition and its role in wood decomposition
Gbadamassi G. Dossa, Kunming Institute of Botany; Ekananda Paudel, Kunming Institute of Botany; Kunfang Cao, Key Laboratory of Tropical Forest Ecology; Douglas A. Schaefer, Key Laboratory of Tropical Forest Ecology; Rhett D. Harrison, Kunming Institute of Botany
9:00 AM
 Soil carbon and nitrogen dynamic beneath impervious surfaces in urban environments
Hamed Majidzadeh, Auburn University; Graeme Lockaby, Auburn University; Robert Price, Auburn University; Robin Governo, Auburn University
9:20 AM
 The potential for multiple stable states between nitrogen fixers and nonfixers across a successional gradient
Thomas A. Bytnerowicz, Columbia University; Duncan N. L. Menge, Columbia University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Spatial heterogeneity can resolve the nitrogen paradox of tropical forests
Duncan N. L. Menge, Columbia University; Simon A. Levin, Princeton University
10:30 AM
 Biogeochemical controls of Mo and P availability and forest nutrient dynamics across the Amazon Basin
Annette Trierweiler, Department of Geosciences; Julie Pett-Ridge, Oregon State University; Elizabeth A. King, Oregon State University; Carlos Alberto Quesada, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia; Jon Lloyd, School of Marine and Tropical Biology; Lars O. Hedin, Princeton University
10:50 AM
 Effects of excess nitrogen on foliar nutrients in a temperate hardwood forest: Evidence of nutrient redistribution by a forest understory species
Frank S. Gilliam, Marshall University; Jake H. Billmyer, Marshall University; William T. Peterjohn, West Virginia University; Christopher A. Walter, West Virginia University; Mark B. Burnham, West Virginia University
11:10 AM Cancelled
 Plant-insect interactions in a changing world: A meta-analysis investigating the influence of anthropogenic nitrogen deposition on ecosystems
Mailea R. Miller-Pierce, Washington State University; John G. Bishop, Washington State University
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