145 Forest, Range, and Wildland Soils: I. General Topics

Oral Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils Many forest, range, and wildland soils topics are on the cutting edge of our science but may not neatly fit into the specialized categories of proposed topical sessions. This session of oral presentations will capture those presentations not related to extreme events, acid rain, or coupled biogeochemical cycles. Common topics might include sustainability of managed FRW soils, prescribed or wildland fire, measuring and monitoring soil C, and many other topics.


Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
Monday, October 22, 2012: 12:55 PM-4:15 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Junior Ballroom A, Level 3

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Andy Scott
Kevan J. Minick
1:00 PM
The Role of Allelopathy in Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) Invasion.
Donald Hagan, University of Florida; Shibu Jose, University of Missouri Columbia; Chung-Ho Lin, University of Missouri
1:15 PM
Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Forest Soil Invaders.
Ryan Melnichuk, University of Vermont; Josef Gorres, University of Vermont
1:30 PM
Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Managed Pine Forest Ecosystems.
Raj K. Shrestha, Virginia Tech; Brian D. Strahm, Virginia Tech; Eric B. Sucre, Weyerhaeuser NR Company
1:45 PM
Belowground Competitive Interactions within Pine-Switchgrass Co-Culture.
Kurt J. Krapfl, Mississippi State University; Jeff Hatten, Oregon State University; Scott D. Roberts, College of Forest Resources
2:00 PM
Soil Carbon Fractions and Plant Biomass At Busby Forest.
Lakeitha Mitchell, Lincoln University; Nsalambi Nkongolo, Lincoln University of Missouri
2:15 PM
Characteristics and Source of Soil Phosphorus in Tree Islands of the Florida Everglades.
Daniel L. Irick, Tropical Research and Eduation Center, University of Florida; Yuncong Li, Tropical Research and Education Center, University of Florida; Patrick Inglett, University of Florida; Binhe Gu, South Florida Water Management District; Michael Ross, Florida International University; Willie Harris, University of Florida; Alan Wright, University of Florida
2:30 PM
3:00 PM
Soil Stratigraphic Influences On Hill Slope Hydrology in an Oak-Woodland Catchment.
Katelin Alldritt, University of California, Davis; Anthony O'Geen, University of California, Davis; Randy Dahlgren, University of California, Davis
3:15 PM
Persistent Land Use (clearing, agriculture, abandonment, forest regrowth) Legacy for Soil Chemical Properties in Central New York.
Russell D. Briggs, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry); Christopher A. Nowak, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry); Charles E. Schirmer, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry)
3:30 PM
The Long-Term Effects of Wildfire and Post-Fire Vegetation On Sierra Nevada Forest Soils.
Dale Johnson, University of Nevada - Reno; Roger F. Walker, University of Nevada, Reno; Michelle McNulty, University of Nevada, Reno; Benjamin Rau, Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit; Watkins Miller, University of Nevada - Reno
3:45 PM
Soil Microbial Activity Under Sclerophyll Vegetation with Different Degrees of Anthropogenic Perturbations in Central Chile.
Juan P. Fuentes, Universidad de Chile; Horacio Bown, Universidad de Chile; Jorge Perez, Universidad de Chile; Ignacio Contreras, Universidad de Chile
4:00 PM
4:15 PM