Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 8:00 AM
Indiana Conv. Center, Sagamore 1, Second Floor
180: Symposium--Soil Bio-Physical and Environmental Controls on Greenhouse Gas Emissions: I. In Honor of Dennis E. Rolston
Sponsor:S01 Soil Physics
Cosponsors:A03 Agroclimatology & Agronomic Modeling; S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry
Presiding:Per Moldrup, Univ of Aalborg, Dept. of Biotech., Chem. and Enviro
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:10 AMPhysical Controls on Greenhouse Gas Emissions at Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales.
Dennis Rolston, University of California at Davis, Land, Air & Water Resources
8:55 AMDynamics of N2O in Groundwater at the Aquatic-Terrestrial Interface. 
Timothy Clough, Kelly Addy, Department of Natural Resources Science, University of Rhode Island,, Dorothy Kellogg, University of Rhode Island, Barbara Nowicki, Department of Natural Resources Science, University of Rhode Island,, Arthur Gold, University of Rhode Island, Peter Groffman, Institute Of Ecosystem Studies
9:15 AMField Scale Spatial Covariance of Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Crop Yield Response to Applied N Fertilizer.
R. Gary Kachanoski, CANADA,Univ.of Alberta
9:35 AMMethane Ebullition Associated with Falling Atmospheric Pressure from a Natural Wetland. 
Takeshi Tokida, Dept. Of Biological & Env. Eng., Tsuyoshi Miyazaki, University of Tokyo, Masaru Mizoguchi, University of Tokyo
9:55 AMBreak
10:05 AMSoil Carbon Dioxide Fluxes in Relation to Physical Properties as Influenced by Management Practices.
Jay Jabro, NPARL ARS-USDA, Upendra Sainju, NPARL USDA-ARS, Bart Stevens, NPARL USDA-ARS, Robert Evans, NPARL USDA-ARS
10:20 AMRole of Micrometeorological Methods to Quantify Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Agricultural Systems. 
Jerry L. Hatfield, National Soil Tilth Lab., John Prueger, National Soil Tilth Lab., Tim Parkin, National Soil Tilth Lab., Tom Sauer, National Soil Tilth Lab., Tom DeSutter, National Soil Tilth Lab.
10:40 AMMicrometeorological N2O Fluxes Linked to Conditions in the Soil Profile during Winter and Spring Thaw. 
Claudia Wagner-Riddle, University of Guelph
11:00 AMScaling Biogenic Trace Gas Emissions from Plots to Landscapes Using Airborne Spectroscopic Estimates of Canopy Nitrogen Content: Progress and Limitations. 
Sharon J. Hall, Arizona State Univ.
11:20 AMDetermining Optimal Sensor Depth for Gradient-Based Flux Estimates from Measured Subsurface Co2 Concentrations.
Scott Jones, Utah State University, Raghuveer Vinukollu, Utah State University, Janis Boettinger, Utah State University, PSB
11:35 AMDiscussion
11:55 AMAdjourn
Cosponsors:A03 Agroclimatology & Agronomic Modeling; S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry

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