299 Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles in Soils

Oral Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils The biogeochemical cycling of soil water, nutrients, and carbon are linked to varying degrees. For this session we invite presentations on studies that have examined interactions among the cycles of at least two or more constituents (i.e. water, individual nutrients or other elements, carbon, etc.). Possible topics include but are not limited to the role of carbon in N transformations, the role of hydrology in the flux of carbon and nutrients from soils, the role of nutrients in controlling soil C cycles, etc.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 12:55 PM-2:30 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Junior Ballroom A, Level 3

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Jeff Hatten and Brian Strahm
Jeff Hatten and Brian Strahm
1:00 PM
Hydropedology of Podzols At Hubbard Brook, NH.
Rebecca Bourgault, University of Vermont; Donald Ross, University of Vermont; Scott Bailey, USDA-ARS Forest Service; Kevin McGuire, Virginia Tech; Patricia A. Brousseau, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
1:15 PM
1:30 PM
LONG-TERM SOIL Moisture Trends At the Marcell Experimental Forest.
Salli Dymond, University of Minnesota; Randall Kolka, USDA-ARS Forest Service; Paul Bolstad, USDA-ARS Forest Service
1:45 PM
Hydraulic Lift by Sagebrush Roots Stimulates Soil Nutrient Cycling and Plant N Uptake.
John M. Stark, Utah State University; Zoe G. Cardon, The Ecosystems Center, MBL; Patrick M. Herron, Harvard University; Jed Rasmussen, University of Iowa
2:15 PM
2:30 PM