300 Extreme Events: Consequences for Biogeochemical Cycling and Feedbacks to the Climate System: II

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils Climate change has the potential to alter the prevalence and severity of extreme weather events such as heat waves, cold waves, floods and droughts. These types of events can have an equal - or greater - impact on natural and managed ecosystems than the more gradual change in means that are typically associated with climate change. Papers are invited that explore the frontiers of our understanding of extreme events and their consequences for above and belowground C and nutrient cycling, as well as potential feedback mechanisms from the biosphere to the climate system from theoretical, observational, experimental, and/or modeling perspectives.


Soil Biology & Biochemistry
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Lindsey Rustad and Peter Groffman
Lindsey Rustad and Peter Groffman
Poster #2014
Grazing Management, Season, and Drought Contributions to Soil Property Dynamics and Greenhouse Gas Flux in Semiarid Rangeland.
Mark Liebig, USDA-ARS; Scott Kronberg, USDA-ARS; John Hendrickson, USDA-ARS; Jason Gross, USDA-FS
Poster #2015
Responses of Heterotrophic and Autotrophic Soil Respiration to Simulated Drought in Managed Southern Pine Forests.
Brett C. Heim, Virginia Tech; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; John Seiler, Virginia Tech University
Poster #2016
An Ice Storm Manipulation Experiment in a Northern Hardwood Forest.
Lindsey Rustad, USDA-ARS Forest Service; John Campbell, US Forest Service
Poster Presentation
  • ISE_SSSA_Poster_2012.pdf (3.1 MB)
  • Poster #2017
    Wildfire Induced Changes in Soil Properties.
    Nathan Gardiner, Texas A&M University; Bruce Herbert, Texas A&M University
    Poster #2018
    Creating a Soil Vulnerability Index to Identify Drought Sensitive Areas in the North Pacific LCC.
    Wendy Peterman, Conservation Biology Institute; Dominique Bachelet, Conservation Biology Institute
    Poster Presentation
  • NP_LCC_poster.pdf (986.6 kB)
  • Poster #2019
    Soil Vulnerability to Future Climate in the Southwestern USA, with Implications for Vegetation Change and Water Cycle.
    Wendy Peterman, Conservation Biology Institute; Dominique Bachelet, Conservation Biology Institute
    Poster Presentation
  • SR_LCC_poster.pdf (632.2 kB)
  • Poster #2020
    Spruce-Peatland Responses Under Climatic and Environmental Change (SPRUCE Experiment): An in Situ Warming by Carbon Dioxide Manipulation of a Forest Bog in Northern Minnesota.
    Randall Kolka, USDA-ARS Forest Service; Paul Hanson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Colleen Iversen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Steve Sebestyen, USDA-ARS Forest Service; Richard Norby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Brian Palik, USDA-ARS Forest Service; Peter Thornton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jeffrey Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Stan Wullschleger, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Natalie Griffiths, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Les Hook, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Poster #2021
    N20 Fluxes Under Managed Pine in Response to Throughfall Exclusion: Study Initiation.
    Daniel Markewitz, University of Georgia-Athens; Michael Kane, University of Georgia-Athens; Madison Akers, University of Georgia-Athens