COS 171 - Biogeochemistry: Experimental Climate Change Effects On Biogeo Processes

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B117, Oregon Convention Center
8:20 AM
 Rainfall interception shelters cause minimal non-drought effects on photosynthesis
Michael E. Loik, University of California; Josephine C. Lesage, University of California, Santa Cruz
8:40 AM
 Novel methods for measuring nonstructural tree carbon flux to assess effects of lengthening growing seasons
George R. Robinson, State University of New York at Albany; Andrei Lapenas, State University of New York at Albany; James Castrcane, SUNY Polytechnic Institute; Marie Orton, State University of New York at Albany
9:00 AM
 Effects of altered precipitation regimes on soil GHGs emissions in a tallgrass prairie
Megan E. Scott, Purdue University; Jeffrey S. Dukes, Purdue University
9:20 AM
 Responses of switchgrass to precipitation changes: Nonlinear and asymmetric?
Dafeng Hui, Tennessee State University; Chih-Li Yu, Tennessee State University; Qi Deng, Tennessee State University; Sadiye Aras, Tennessee State University; E. Kudjo Dzantor, Tennessee State University; Philip A. Fay, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Weijun Shen, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yiqi Luo, University of Oklahoma
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Why ice storms aren't cool: New research at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest targets catastrophic winter storms
Lindsey E. Rustad, USDA Forest Service; John L. Campbell, USDA Forest Service; Charles T. Driscoll, Syracuse University; Timothy J. Fahey, Cornell University; Robert T. Fahey, The Morton Arboretum; Sarah R. Garlick, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation; Peter M. Groffman, CUNY Advanced Science Research Center; Gary H. Hawley, University of Vermont; Paul G. Schaberg, USDA Forest Service; Joseph Staples, University of Southern Maine
10:10 AM
 Soil C chemistry reveals microbial metabolism shift in response to imposed climate change in arid ecosystem
Nancy J Hess, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Lisa M Bramer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Malak M. Tfaily, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Alejandro Heredia-Langner, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Sarah Fansler, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Lee Ann McCue, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Vanessa Bailey, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10:30 AM
 Metalimnetic oxygen minimum zones decouple diffusive CH4¬†and CO2 fluxes from seasonal turnover in a eutrophic reservoir
Ryan P. McClure, Virginia Tech; Kathleen D. Hamre, Virginia Tech; Mary E. Lofton, Virginia Tech; B.R. Niederlehner, Virginia Tech; Zackary W. Munger, Virginia Tech; Shengyang Chen, University of Sydney; Jonathan P. Doubek, Virginia Tech; Madeline E. Schreiber, Virginia Tech; Cayelan C. Carey, Virginia Tech
10:50 AM
 Do wetland soils emit or sequester carbon? A novel method to assess carbon sequestration rate in natural and restored tidal freshwater wetlands
Amr Keshta, University of Maryland; Stephanie A. Yarwood, University of Maryland; Andrew H. Baldwin, University of Maryland
11:10 AM Cancelled
 Portuguese oysters produce impaired, mechanically weaker shells at elevated CO2
Yuan Meng, The University of Hong Kong; Zhenbin Guo, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Susan Fitzer, University of Glasgow; Vera B. S. Chan, Clemson University; Chaoyi Li, The University of Hong Kong; Abhishek Upadhyay, The University of Hong Kong; Maggie Cusack, University of Glasgow; Haimin Yao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Kelvin Yeung, The University of Hong Kong; V. Thiyagarajan, The University of Hong Kong
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