Monday, November 13, 2006: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
111: Soil and Plant Interactions: Carbon and Root Dynamics
Sponsor:S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
On Predicting Root Decomposition.*
Kim Ludovici, USDA Forest Service
3D Soil Electrical Resistivity for Indexing Soil Rooting Volume of Loblolly Pine under Upland Tillage.*
Brian Adams, Univ of Georgia, Daniel Markewitz, Univ of Georgia
Immediate Effect on Soil Biomass, Carbon and Nutrients after Hurricane Wilma in a Tropical Seasonal Forest.
Rodrigo Vargas, Univ of California, Riverside, Michael F. Allen, Univ of California, Riverside
Soil Organic Carbons Storage along a Climatic Gradient in Aspen Ecosystems of Northern Utah.
Mical Woldeselassie, Utah State Univ, Helga Van Miegroet, Utah State Univ
A Comparison of Organic Matter and Elemental Allelopathy in Determining Sustainable Grass Ecosystems.
Rick Bottoms, Univ of CA, Desert Res & Ext Center, C. J. Nelson, Agronomy Dept, 210 Waters, John Coutts, Agronomy Dept, 210 Waters
Do Microsite Conditions Affect the Survival of Native Prairie Species in Western Washington?.
Samantha M. Sprenger, Univ of Washington, Darlene Zabowski, Univ of Washington
Plant-Soil Feedback of Two Native and Two Invasive Plant Species Shifts Soil Microbial Community Composition and Functions.*
Shen Yu, Rutgers, Joan Ehrenfeld, Rutgers, Torsten Vor, Institute of Silviculture, Univ of Gottingen, Kenneth Elgersma, Rutgers
Soil and Foliar Elements, d15N, and N Dynamics in Mixed Hemlock-hardwood Stands in the Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania.
Kathryn Piatek, West Virginia Univ

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