147 Soil Responses to and Ecosystem Services Provided by Forest, Range and Wildland Soil Management: I

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils Forests, ranges, and even wildlands are commonly managed (including no action, a viable management choice) to provide a host of ecosystem services, such as abundant and clean water, diverse fauna and flora, carbon sequestration, and commercial food, fiber, and biomass. This session will feature presentations on the influence of management actions on how soil functions to provide these benefits as well as how soil reacts to management actions.
Monday, October 22, 2012: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Andy Scott
Kim Littke
Poster #2003
Examining the Role of Burning and Nitrogen In Longleaf Pine.
R. Scott Taylor, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway; Robert Mitchell, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway; Lindsay Boring, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway
Poster Presentation
  • LTR_Prod_Cincy2012.pdf (2.1 MB)
  • Poster #2005
    Microbial Indices Response to Prescribed Burning and Thinning in a Managed Forest Ecosystem.
    Irenus Tazisong, Alabama A&M University; Thilini Ranatunga, Alabama A&M University; Zachary Senwo, Alabama A&M University
    Poster Presentation
  • Poster_irenus.pdf (284.1 kB)
  • Poster #2006
    Sewage Sludge As Fertilizer for Native Trees of the Atlantic Forest.
    Mariângela B. Freiberger, São Paulo; Irae A. Guerrini, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Thalita F. Sampaio, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Grasiela Spada, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Lilian G. Favare, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Regina M. Leite, São Paulo State University - UNESP
    Poster #2007
    The Long-Term Effects of Prescribed Fire and Harvesting Techniques On Forest Floor Soil Biogeochemistry in a Mixed Conifer Forest in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.
    Lauren Roaldson, University of Nevada Reno; Dale Johnson, University of Nevada - Reno; Robert R. Blank, USDA-ARS; Watkins Miller, University of Nevada - Reno; James D. Murphy, University of Nevada - Reno; Dallas W. Glass, University of Nevada - Reno; C.M Stein, University of Nevada - Reno; Casandra Woodward, University of Nevada - Reno
    Poster Presentation
  • SSS Annual meeting poster final2.pdf (2.1 MB)
  • Poster #2008
    Douglas-Fir Seedling Survival and Growth Using a Modified Forest Reclamation Approach in the Pacific Northwest.
    Colton Miller, University of Washington; Darlene Zabowski, University of Washington; Robert Harrison, University of Washington; Yu Rong Liu, University of Washington; Grace King, University of Washington
    Poster #2009
    Degraded Soil Recovered by Biosolid Application.
    Irae A. Guerrini, ; Thalita F. Sampaio, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Mariângela B. Freiberger, São Paulo; Clarice Backes, São Paulo State University - UNESP; Fernando C. Oliveira, Companhia de Saneamento de Jundiaí; José L. Gava, Cia. Suzano Bahia Sul de Papel e Celulose
    Poster Presentation
  • POSTER-IRAE-2012.pdf (505.8 kB)
  • Poster #2010
    First Rotation Yields From Willow Plantations Across an Environmental Gradient in Saskatchewan.
    Kenneth Cornelius Van Rees, University of Saskatchewan; Beyhan Amichev, University of Saskatchewan; Ryan Hangs, University of Saskatchewan; Nicolas Belanger, Universite du Quebec a Montreal; Vladimir Vujanovic, University of Saskatchewan; Tim Volk, SUNY; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Jeffrey Schoenau, University of Saskatchewan
    Poster #2011
    Inter-Rotational Effects of Fertilization and Weed Control On Growth and Soil Nutrient Availability in a 2-Year-Old Loblolly Pine Plantation in North Florida.
    Praveen Subedi, University of Florida; Eric Jokela, University of Florida; Jason G. Vogel, Texas A&M University; Timothy A. Martin, University of Florida
    Poster #2012
    Do Soil Properties Influence Successional Trajectories Following the Eradication of an Invasive Grass?.
    Donald Hagan, University of Florida; Shibu Jose, University of Missouri Columbia
    Poster #2013
    Soil Ecosystem Recovery Should Be Quantifiable.
    Catherine Fitzpatrick, Oklahoma State University; Shiping Deng, Oklahoma State University; Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA-ARS