PS 67 - Latebreaking: Biogeochemistry

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Linkages of plant stoichiometry to ecosystem production and carbon fluxes with increasing nitrogen inputs in an alpine steppe
Yunfeng Peng, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yuanhe Yang, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Linking soil respiration and its components to soil organic carbon composition under experimental warming in a Tibetan permafrost ecosystem
Fei Li, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yuanhe Yang, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Linking microbial C:N:P stoichiometry tomicrobial community and abiotic factorsalong a 3500-km grassland transect on the Tibetan Plateau
Yongliang Chen, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yuanhe Yang, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Creating links: Burrowing mammals and prairie soils
Courtney Coppinger, University of Kansas; Helen Alexander, University of Kansas; Benjamin A. Sikes, University of Kansas
 Distinct effects of N and P addition on soil enzyme activities and C distribution in aggregates: Implications for soil C stocks
Junsheng Huang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wenjing Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Kaibin Qi, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xueyong Pang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Robert L. Sinsabaugh, University of New Mexico; Bing Yang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Weikai Bao, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Impact of Juncus roemerianus and Spartina alterniflora on the belowground microbial community structure and rates of denitrification in a mixed marsh in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
Behzad Mortazavi, University of Alabama; Patrick Chanton, University of Alabama; Olivia U. Mason, Florida State University; Loren Knobbe, Florida State University
 Shifting nutrient availability along hillslopes across an elevational gradient in the Peruvian Andes
K. Dana Chadwick, Carnegie Institution for Science; Lisa Patrick Bentley, Sonoma State University; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona; Van M. Savage, UCLA; Gregory P. Asner, Carnegie Institution for Science
 Could fertilization with N and P affect biodiversity by altering nutrient cycling via resorption in northern hardwood forests?
Kara E. Gonzales, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Ruth D. Yanai, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
 Rates of soil methane uptake vary across an elevation gradient in the central Great Basin, Nevada
Cordi Craig, University of Nevada - Reno; Benjamin W. Sullivan, University of Nevada, Reno
 Effects of deer browsing on soil biogeochemical processes along a nitrogen gradient
Jacqueline M.A. Popma, University of Michigan; Knute J. Nadelhoffer, University of Michigan
 A decade of simultaneous warming and nitrogen additions in a temperate forest: How are microbes and soil carbon affected?
Melissa A. Knorr, University of New Hampshire; Kevin M. Geyer, University of New Hampshire; Mark A. Anthony, University of New Hampshire; Serita D. Frey, University of New Hampshire
 Beyond N and P: Multiple nutrient limitation prevails across freshwater and terrestrial systems
A.R. Bratt, University of Minnesota; Clare E. Kazanski, University of Minnesota; Eric W. Seabloom, University of Minnesota; Stan W. Harpole, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research
 "pH"ingerprinting west coast tide pools: Community composition and ecosystem metabolism mediate local pH conditions
Nyssa Silbiger, University of California at Irvine; Cascade J. B. Sorte, University of California
 Seasonal grazing mitigates ecosystem impacts of nutrient additions in wet grasslands of Eastern Argentina
Laura Yahdjian, IFEVA-CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Florencia Spirito, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Ximena M. Lopez Zieher, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Sofia Campana, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Sergio Velasco Ayuso, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Enrique J. Chaneton, IFEVA-CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires
 Plant exudate chemistry regulates rhizosphere microbial communities and carbon transformation in annual and perennial grasses
Kateryna Zhalnina, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Jian Gao, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Nasim Mansoori, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Yuan Wang, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Na Ding, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Erin E. Nuccio, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Lauren Hale, University of Oklahoma; Ulas Karaoz, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Dominique Loque, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Malay Saha, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Kelly Craven, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Benjamin Bowen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Jennifer Pett-Ridge, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Mary K. Firestone, University of California, Berkeley; Eoin L. Brodie, University of California, Berkeley; Trent Northen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
 Biocrust influences on soil fertility vary among community states and are negatively impacted by warming temperatures
Scott Ferrenberg, U.S. Geological Survey; Colin Tucker, U.S. Geological Survey; Robin Reibold, U.S. Geological Survey; Armin Howell, U.S. Geological Survey; Sasha C. Reed, U.S. Geological Survey
 Synthesis of four forest CO2 enrichment experiments demonstrates a strong decadal carbon sink in aggrading temperate forest biomass
Anthony P. Walker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Martin G. De Kauwe, Macquarie University; Belinda Medlyn, University of Western Sydney; Soenke Zaehle, Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; Colleen M. Iversen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bruce A. Hungate, Northern Arizona University; J. Patrick Megonigal, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Alan F. Talhelm, University of Idaho; Jeffrey M. Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Donald R. Zak, University of Michigan; Richard J. Norby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 Urban soils a possible carbon source via increases in respiration rates due to intensive management practices
Carl Rosier, University of Delaware; Joseph Barba, University of Delaware; Matthew Patterson, USDA Forest Service; Tara L.E. Trammell, University of Delaware; Rodrigo Vargas, University of Delaware; John Hom, USDA Forest Service
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