Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
203: Towards a Predictive Understanding to Belowground Ecosystem Responses to Global Change
Sponsor:S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
The Use of Spectroscopic Properties as an Indicator of Dissolved Organic Matter Quality in Soils.
Jason Fellman, Univ of Alaska, David D'Amore, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Eran Hood, Univ of Alaska, Rick Edwards, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Generating Carbon Credits Under Different Forest Management Practices in Ponderosa Pine Ecosystems in Wyoming.*
Amitava Chatterjee, Univ of Wyoming, Sian Mooney, Univ of Wyoming, Daniel B. Tinker, Univ of Wyoming, George F. Vance, Univ of Wyoming, James Arnold, Wyoming State Forestry Division, Bill Haggenson, Wyoming State Forestry Division, Peter D. Stahl, Univ of Wyoming
Soil Organic Quality in Wildland Soils: What Is It and Why Is It Important.
Helga Van Miegroet, Utah State University, Janis Boettinger, Utah State Univ, Michelle Baker, Utah State Univ
Sensitivity of Recalcitrant Soil Carbon Decomposition to Temperature.
Christian P. Giardina, Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, Michael G. Ryan, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Cinzia Fissore, Michigan Technological Univ, John Vucetich, Michigan Technological Univ
Large Losses of Soil C and N from New Zealand Pastures during the Past 20 Years.
Louis Schipper, NEW ZEALAND, Landcare Research, Troy Baisden, Landcare Research, Roger Parfitt, Landcare Research, Craig Ross, Landcare Research, John Claydon, Landcare Research, Greg Arnold, Landcare Research
Dissolved Organic Matter Dynamics from Pedons to Watersheds in the Coastal, Temperate, Rainforest of Southeastern Alaska.
David D'Amore, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Rick Edwards, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Jason Fellman, Univ of Alaska, Eran Hood, Univ of Alaska
Biogeochemical Cycling in a Mohave Desert Ecosystem.*
Giles Marion, DEES, Desert Research Inst, Paul Verburg, DEES, Desert Research Inst, Bryan Stevenson, DEES, Desert Research Inst, Jay Arnone, DEES, Desert Research Inst
Linkages Between Fine Root Dynamics and Soil Chemistry at Three Long-Term Nitrogen Manipulation Experiments in the Northeastern United States.
Lindsey Rustad, USDA Forest Service, Ivan Fernandez, Univ of Maine, Steve Mcnulty, USDA Forest Service, Allison Magill, Univ of New Hampshire
Nitrogen Fertilization Impacts on C Sequestration in Pacific Northwest Forests.
Anthony Khiel, Univ of Washington, Dave Briggs, Univ of Washington, A. Adams, Univ of Washington, Eric Turnblom, Univ of Washington
In Situ Measurement of Bulk Soil and Microbial Respiration in Clearcuts of the Pacific NW.
Robert Slesak, Forest Engineering Dept, Oregon State Univ, Stephen Schoenholtz, College of Natural Resources, Virginia Tech, Tim Harrington, USDA Forest Service
CO2, CH4, and N2O Emission from Soil of a Secondary Forest in Central Missouri.*
Robert Paro, Lincoln Univ, Nsalambi Nkongolo, Lincoln Univ, Shane Johnson, Lincoln Univ, Kent Schmidt, Lincoln Univ
Surface and Depth Distribution of Soil CO2 Efflux and Concentrations in a Young Hybrid Poplar Plantation in Northern Alberta, Canada.
Carmela Arevalo, Dept of Renewable Resources, David T. Price, Canadian Forest Service, Jagtar S. Bhatti, Canadian Forest Service, Alberto L. Orchansky, Canadian Forest Service, Scott X. Chang, Dept of Renewable Resources
Linking Above- and Belowground Processes in a Multifactor World: Effects of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, Warming, and Soil Moisture.
Aimee Classen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Richard J. Norby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Jake F. Weltzin, Univ Of Tennessee
Elevated CO2 Enhances Soil Organic Matter Decomposition via Soil Microbial Composition and Activity.
J. Patrick Megonigal, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Karen M. Carney, US Agency for Int'l Development, Bruce A. Hungate, Biological Sciences Dept, Northern Arizona Univ, Bert G. Drake, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Changes in Soil Organic Matter and Inorganic C after Five Years of Doubled CO2 in a Semi-Arid Grassland.
Elise Pendall, Univ of Wyoming, Jean Reeder, USDA-ARS (retired), Arvin Mosier, USDA-ARS (Retired), Jack Morgan, USDA-ARS Crops Res. Lab.
Patterns in Ecosystem Respiration: First Year Responses to Elevated CO2 and Irrigation from the High Plains Global Change Experiment.
Sarah Bachman, Univ of Wyoming, Elise Pendall, Univ of Wyoming

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