301 Soil Carbon, Nutrients, and Greenhouse Gases From Managed Forest and Range Systems

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils This session will include papers that discuss soil carbon, nutrients, and greenhouse gases from managed forest and range systems or from disturbed wildland systems.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Andy Scott
Lucas Nave
Poster #2022
Spatial Variability of Soil Carbon Stocks in Relation to Grazing Management and Soil Properties.
Ana B. Wingeyer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; John Guretzky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Martha Mamo, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Walter Schacht, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Jerry Volesky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Poster #2023
Afforestation Effects On Soil Carbon Storage: An Assessment for the United States Based On Meta-Analysis, Stable Isotopes, and a Geospatial Soil Carbon Database.
Lucas Nave, University of Michigan; Christopher Swanston, USDA-Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Umakant Mishra, University of California-Berkeley; Knute Nadelhoffer, University of Michigan
Poster #2024
Improved Grass Selections and Their Impact On Soil Carbon Partitioning in Pastoral Systems of the Northern Marianas Islands.
Julia Cramer, University of Hawaii; Susan E. Crow, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Jonathan L. Deenik, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Poster #2026
Carbon Dynamics of Agroforest Systems in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
Kristin M. McElligott, Arkansas Forest Resources Center, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Hal Liechty, School of Forest Resources, University of Arkansas at Monticello; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas; Michael Blazier, Louisiana State University AgCenter
Poster Presentation
  • McElligottSSSA2012final.pdf (1.5 MB)
  • Poster #2027
    Effects of Organic Matter Removal and Competing Vegetation Control On Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Pools in a Pacific Northwest Douglas-Fir Plantation.
    Erika Knight, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington; Paul Footen, University of Washington; Robert Harrison, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington; Thomas Terry, Weyerhaeuser Corporation (retired) and USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Scott Holub, Weyerhaeuser Co.
    Poster #2028
    Soil CO2, CH4, and N2O Fluxes in a Switchgrass and Loblolly Pine Intercropping System.
    Paliza Shrestha, Virginia Tech; John Seiler, Virginia Tech University; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; Eric Sucre, Weyerhaeuser NR Company; Zakiya Leggett, Weyerhaeuser NR Company
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA Poster'12_PalizaShrestha_VirginiaTech.pdf (2.0 MB)
  • Poster #2029
    Relationship Between Plant Biomass and Gas Flux At Busby Forest.
    Lakeitha Mitchell, Lincoln University; Nsalambi Nkongolo, Lincoln University of Missouri
    Poster Presentation
  • LakeithaPosterASApdf.pdf (963.2 kB)
  • Poster #2030
    Evaluating the Long-Term Effect of Harvest On Soil Carbon Dynamics of Pinus Densiflora Stands in Korea Using Modeling Approach.
    Chan-woo Park, Korea University; Koong Yi, Korea University; Yowhan Son, Korea University; Tae Kyung Yoon, Korea University; Saerom Han, Korea University; Raehyun Kim, Korea Forest Research Institute
    Poster Presentation
  • Park et al.pdf (277.2 kB)
  • Poster #2031
    : Changes in Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, Enzyme Activities, and Bacterial Population in Forest Soils Following Sawlog Harvest.
    Kathleen M. Hatch, University of Missouri; Keith Goyne, University of Missouri-Columbia; Robert J. Kremer, USDA-ARS; John M. Kabrick, USDA-ARS Forest Service
    Poster #2032
    Impacts of Intensive Management and Genetic Improvement On Soil CO2 Efflux and Carbon Cycling in Managed Loblolly Pine Forests.
    Chelsea G. Drum, University of Florida; Eric Jokela, University of Florida; Jason G. Vogel, Texas A&M University; Edward A. Schuur, University of Florida
    Poster #2034
    Nitrogen-Fixing Tree Mulch Increases Labile and Stable Soil Carbon Fractions in an Agroforestry System.
    Adel Youkhana, University of Hawaii; Travis Idol, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Poster Presentation
  • Adel-CTAHRSRS2010.pdf (1.0 MB)