COS 77 - Biogeochemistry: Linking Community Structure And Ecosystem Function III

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B117, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Differential effects of salinity on phylogenetic and functional diversity in soil microbial communities in tidal freshwater wetlands
Georgios Giannopoulos, Virginia Commonwealth University; Dong Yoon Lee, Virginia Commonwealth University; Bonnie L. Brown, Virginia Commonwealth University; Scott C. Neubauer, Virginia Commonwealth University; Rima B. Franklin, Virginia Commonwealth University
8:20 AM
 Association of exoenzyme activities with larger solid components of tundra soils
Anthony Darrouzet-Nardi, University of Texas at El Paso; Daniela Aguirre, University of Texas at El Paso; Jane Martinez, University of Texas at El Paso; Jennie R. McLaren, University of Texas at El Paso; Craig E. Tweedie, University of Texas at El Paso
8:40 AM
 Nitrogen cycling in 25-yr old postfire lodgepole pine: Who controls whom?
Monica G. Turner, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Timothy G. Whitby, University of Wisconsin; William H. Romme, Colorado State University
9:00 AM Cancelled
 Interdomain interactions between decomposer fungi and co-occurring bacteria slow plant litter decomposition during early stage decay
Carolyn A. Zeiner, Boston University; Reagan Bandy, Boston University; Caylon F. Yates, Boston University; Daniel Segre, Boston University; Dan Cullen, USDA Forest Products Laboratory; Jennifer M. Talbot, Boston University
9:20 AM
 Material cycling mediated by overlapping aggregations of mussel and fish consumer creates spatiotemporally variable control points in stream ecosystem function
Thomas Parr, Oklahoma Biological Survey, Department of Biology; Caryn C. Vaughn, University of Oklahoma; Keith B. Gido, Kansas State University; Kiza K. Gates, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; Traci Popejoy, Oklahoma Biological Survey and Department of Biology; Garrett W. Hopper, Division of Biology
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Interactive effects of plant litter and microbial community composition on the formation of stable soil organic matter
Nanette C. Raczka, West Virginia University; Ember M. Morrissey, West Virginia University; Edward R. Brzostek, West Virginia University
10:10 AM
 Tree mycorrhizal association predicts leaf litter decomposition rates across temperate forests
Adrienne B. Keller, Indiana University; Richard P. Phillips, Indiana University
10:30 AM
 Tree community modulates the effects of an understory grass on soil organic matter
Matthew E. Craig, Indiana University; Nadia Lovko, Bradley University; S. Luke Flory, University of Florida; Justin P. Wright, Duke University; Laura Y. Podzikowski, Indiana University; Richard P. Phillips, Indiana University
10:50 AM
 Historic land use increases transpiration and reduces canopy surface temperature through persistent changes in forest composition and structure
Bethany Blakely, University of Notre Dame; Adrian Rocha, University of Notre Dame; Jason S. McLachlan, University of Notre Dame
11:10 AM
 Changes in benthic diatom community composition in streams in the McMurdo Dry Valleys in response to floods and droughts: Is the supply of dissolved silica from hyporheic weathering of silicate minerals a controlling factor?
Diane McKnight, Univerisity of Colorado; Michael N. Gooseff, University of Colorado; Eric R. Sokol, University of Colorado; Tyler Kohler, University of Colorado; Adam Wlostowski, University of Colorado; Nicholas Schulte, University of Colorado; W. Berry Lyons, The Ohio State University; Kathy Welch, Ohio State University
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