COS 172 - Biogeochemistry: Scaling Processes From Genes To Ecosystems

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D132, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Prediction of carbohydrate-active enzymes across a climate gradient
Junhui Li, University of California, Irvine; Adam C. Martiny, University of California, Irvine
8:40 AM
 The global significance of systematic errors in scaling soil CO2 efflux
Doug P. Aubrey, University of Georgia; Scott Oswald, University of Georgia; Gregory Starr, University of Alabama; Jinyan Yang, Nanjing Forestry University
9:00 AM
 Influence of ecologically-relevant ocean pH variability on the larval development of the Mediterranean mussel
Lydia Kapsenberg, University of Pierre and Marie Curie; Angelica Miglioli, University of Pierre and Marie Curie; Mark C. Bitter, University of Chicago; Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
9:20 AM
 Multielement concentrations, variability and stoichiometric homeostasis in grassland plants
Min Long, Nanjing Agricultural University; Qiang Yu, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences; Haiyang Zhang, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; Xingguo Han, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Shuijin Hu, North Carolina State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Scale dependence of bottom-up versus demographic controls on the dynamics of giant kelp forests
Tom W. Bell, University of California, Los Angeles; David A. Siegel, University of California, Santa Barbara
10:10 AM
 Laboratory ecosystem fabrication (EcoFAB) for examination of plant-microbe interactions
Trent Northen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Jian Gao, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Joelle Schlapfer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Dominique Loque, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Adam Deutschbauer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Romy Chakraborty, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Yasuo Yoshikuni, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; John Vogel, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10:30 AM
 Do high-frequency sensors help reduce uncertainty in greenhouse gas emissions from wetlands?
Ashley R. Smyth, University of Kansas; Terry D. Loecke, University of Kansas; Amy J. Burgin, University of Kansas
10:50 AM
 Temperature responses of fungal carbon use efficiency and growth rate are species dependent
Eric W. Morrison, University of New Hampshire; Serita D. Frey, University of New Hampshire; Joseph L. Sevigny, University of New Hampshire; W. Kelley Thomas, University of New Hampshire
11:10 AM
 The genomic underpinnings of diversity-productivity relationships
Sara L. Jackrel, University of Michigan; Vincent J. Denef, University of Michigan; Bradley J. Cardinale, University of Michigan
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