302 Soil Biogeochemistry in Acid Rain Affected Forest Ecosystems

Oral Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils This session will include papers that discuss recent advances in our understanding of rates of acid deposition in different ecosystems and sources of emissions, ecosystem responses to such depositions, nutrient transformations in acid rain affected forest ecosystems
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 2:45 PM-4:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Junior Ballroom A, Level 3

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Scott Chang
Scott Chang
2:50 PM
Soil Nutrients, Aboveground Productivity and Vegetative Diversity After 10 Years of Experimental Acidification and Base Cation Depletion.
Mary Beth Adams, USDA-ARS Forest Service; James Burger, Virginia Tech; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech
3:05 PM
The Influence of Decadal-Scale N Enrichment On N Dynamics and 15N Discrimination in a New England Forested Watershed.
Ivan Fernandez, University of Maine; Madeleine M. Mineau, University of Maine; Kevin S. Simon, The University of Auckland; Stephen A. Norton, University of Maine
3:20 PM
Nitrate Sorption As a Potential Mechanism to Buffer Watershed N Export.
Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; Patricia A. Brousseau, Virginia Tech; Jennifer Knoepp, USDA-ARS Forest Service
3:50 PM
4:00 PM