PS 4 - Biogeochemistry: C And N Cycling In Response To Global Change

Monday, August 7, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Measurements and modeling of carbon turnover rates in tropical forest soils
Kari M. Finstad, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Ashley N. Campbell, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Jennifer Pett-Ridge, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Alain F. Plante, University of Pennsylvania; Edzo Veldkamp, University of Goettingen; Nina Zhang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Karis McFarlane, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
 Effects of grazing managements on photosynthetic carbon allocation in temperate grasslands of North China
Yuqiang Tian, Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability (CHESS), State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Faculty of Geographical Science, Beijing Normal University
 Mechanistic controls of soil respiration in response to rainfall changes in a tropical forest
Qi Deng, Tennessee State University; Deqiang Zhang, South China Botanical Garden; Guowei Chu, South China Botanical Garden; Quanfa Zhang, Wuhan Botanical Garden, the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xi Han, Wuhan Botanical Garden, the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Dafeng Hui, Tennessee State University
 Is the soil organic matter mineralisation response to root exudation controlled by microbial stoichiometric demand in subarctic soils?
Lettice C. Hicks, Lund University; Ainara Leizeaga, Lund University; Kathrin Rousk, University of Copenhagen; Anders Michelsen, University of Copenhagen; Johannes Rousk, Lund University
 Vegetation-soil carbon storage changes during the grassland degradation process
Xiaobing Li, Beijing Normal University; Yunxiao Bai, Beijing Normal University; Hong Wang, Beijing Normal University; Wanyu Wen, Chinese Academy of Forestry; Ruihua Li, Beijing Normal University; Guoqing Li, Beijing Normal University; Han Wang, Beijing Normal University
 Effects of N addition on the carbon balance in temperate grassland in Inner Mongolia, China
Jirui Gong, Beijing Normal Univercity; Qinpu Luo, Beijing Normal University; Min Liu, Beijing Normal University; Lili Yang, Beijing Normal University
 Developing trend of aeolian desertification in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau from 1977 to 2010
Qing Li, Hebei Academy of Sciences; Chunlai Zhang, Beijing Normal University; Rende Wang, Hebei Academy of Sciences
 Biogeochemical response under contrasting land cover during a late fall extreme climate anomaly in the Pacific Northwest
Luke Reyes, Washington State University; Sarah Kintner, Washington State University; Geoff Kahl, Washington State University; Gregory Clark, Washington State University; Corey Ruder, Washington State University; Marc Kramer, Washington State University
 Soil carbon pools along yard-field-forest land use gradients
Morgan E. Peach, Dartmouth College; Andrew J. Friedland, Dartmouth College; Laura A. Ogden, Dartmouth College
 New, national bottom-up estimate for tree-based biological nitrogen fixation in the US
Anika R. Petach, Columbia University; Duncan N. L. Menge, Columbia University; Wenying Liao, Princeton University; Steven Perakis, US Geological Survey; Jana E. Compton, US EPA, NHEERL, Western Ecology Division; Christopher M. Clark, US Environmental Protection Agency
 Anaerobic conditions alters microbial C:P stoichiometry and carbon use efficiency in tropical forests
Avner Gross, University of California, Berkeley; Jeniffer Pett-Ridge, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Peter K. Weber, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Steven Blazewicz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Whendee L. Silver, University of California, Berkeley
 Sensitivity of productivity and respiration to water availability determines the net ecosystem exchange in the contiguous United States
Zhihua Liu, University of Montana; Ashley P. Ballantyne, University of Montana; Benjamin Poulter, NASA GSFC; William R. L. Anderegg, University of Utah; Andrew Jacobson, University of Colorado; John Miller, University of Colorado
 Controls on soil respiration in high elevation alpine and aubalpine systems
Sarah A. Schliemann, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Emily Mullins, Metropolitan State University of Denver
 Source of excess nutrients to Pine Draw Watershed on Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge
Henry L. Price, Eastern Washington University; Camille McNeely, Eastern Washington University
 Peatland responses to warming and elevated CO2: Early CO2 and CH4 flux responses and the status of vegetation net primary production
Paul J. Hanson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jana R. Phillips, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jake Graham, Boise State University; Richard J. Norby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jeffrey M. Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Stan D. Wullschleger, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Natalie A. Griffiths, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Lucas Spaete, Boise State University; Nancy F. Glenn, Boise State University
 Response of stomatal conductance to termination of long-term CO2 enrichment
Dohyoung Kim, Duke University; Ram Oren, Duke University; Eric J. Ward, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 Microbial enzymatic responses to elevated temperatures
Montana Smith, Iowa State University; Kirsten S. Hofmockel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Sheryl L. Bell, Iowa State University; Allison Thompson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Erik A. Hobbie, University of New Hampshire
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