124 General Forest, Range & Wildland Soils: I

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
This is a general poster session for papers related to forest, range & wildland soils.
Monday, November 4, 2013: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, East Exhibit Hall

Organizer:
Daniel deB. Richter
Poster #1407
Deep Soil: Accurately Quantifying and Modeling Soil Carbon and Nitrogen In Subsurface Layers.
Jason James, University of Washington; Robert Harrison, University of Washington; Warren Devine, U.S. Army; Thomas A. Terry, Weyerhaeuser Co. (retired) and USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station
Poster Presentation
  • James_SSSA_Poster.pdf (7.7 MB)
  • Poster #1408
    Soil Physical Properties As Affected By Logging Activities In A Central Hardwood Forest.
    Langston A. Simmons, University of Missouri; Stephen H. Anderson, University of Missouri
    Poster #1409
    Reservoir Sediment Carbon Along the Elwha River After Removal of Dams.
    Seth Wing, University of Washington; Darlene Zabowski, University of Washington
    Poster #1410
    Impacts Of Fertilizer Management Practices On Soil Greenhouse Gas Fluxes From Managed Forest Ecosystems Of The Pacific Northwest US.
    Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; Eric B. Sucre, Weyerhaeuser Co.; Scott M. Holub, Weyerhaeuser Co.; Nathan Meehan, Weyerhaeuser Co.
    Poster #1411
    Development of Ecosystem Structure and Function On Reforested Mined Lands.
    Bethany Avera, Virginia Tech; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; James A. Burger, Virginia Tech; Carl E. Zipper, Virginia Tech
    Poster Presentation
  • Avera SSSA Poster.pdf (19.3 MB)
  • Poster #1412
    Comparison of Soil Structure Development for Reclaimed, Fire-Disturbed and Undisturbed Forested Soils Using Soil Physical Properties in Northern Alberta, Canada.
    Kristopher D Novak, University of Saskatchewan; Kenneth Cornelius J. Van Rees, University of Saskatchewan
    Poster #1413
    Soil Phosphorus Pools and Availability: Responses to Competing Vegetation Control and Organic Matter Retention in 10-Year-Old Douglas-Fir Stands of the Pacific Northwest.
    Daniel Gary DeBruler, Virginia Tech; Stephen H. Schoenholtz, Virginia Tech; Brian D. Strahm, Virginia Tech; Robert A. Slesak, University of Minnesota; Timothy B. Harrington, U.S. Forest Service
    Poster #1414
    Seasonal Dynamics of Surface Soil Bulk Density in a Forested Catchment.
    Andrienne Nottingham, West Virginia University; James A. Thompson, West Virginia University; Joshua Cook, West Virginia University; Philip Turk, West Virginia University; Stephanie Connolly, USDA Forest Service
    Poster #1415
    Temporal Analysis of Field, SSURGO, and LiDAR Derived Site Indices in the Southeastern U.S.
    Steven Ham, Clemson University; Elena Mikhailova, Clemson University; Lawrence Gering, Clemson University; Christopher Post, Clemson University; William C Bridges, Clemson University; Silas Cox, Clemson University
    Poster #1416
    The Effect of Environmental Factors On Soil Organic Carbon Stocks: Protected Areas in Jordan As a Case Study.
    Zahir Rawajfih, Jordan University of Science and Technology; Bayan Khamis, Jordan University of Science and Technology
    Poster #1417
    The NEON Soil Archive – A Community Resource.
    Edward Ayres, NEON
    Poster Presentation
  • Ayres_SSSA_poster.pdf (2.4 MB)
  • Poster #1418
    Soil Total Mercury, Carbon and Nitrogen Within Northern Minnesota Forested Wetland Basins in Relation to Landscape Position, Profile Depth, and Landscape Characteristics.
    Randall K. Kolka, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Mikayla Boche, North Dakota State University; Thomas M. DeSutter, North Dakota State University
    Poster #1420
    Soil Microbial Communities and Metabolic Function of a Northern Alabama Forest Ecosystem.
    Fritz Ntoko, Alabama A&M University; Terrence G. Gardner, North Carolina State University; Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA-ARS; Zachary Senwo, Alabama A&M University
    Poster #1421
    Deep Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Changes With Organic Matter Removal and Competing Vegetation Control in a Pacific Northwest Douglas-Fir Plantation.
    Erika Knight, University of Washington; Paul Footen, University of Washington; Robert B. Harrison, University of Washington; Thomas A. Terry, Weyerhaeuser Co. (retired) and USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Scott M. Holub, Weyerhaeuser Co.
    Poster #1422
    Quantifying Uncertainty in Ecosytem Studies (QUEST): A Research Coordination Network.
    Ruth Yanai, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry); John L. Campbell, USDA Forest Service (FS); Daniel deB. Richter, Duke University; Megan L Mobley, University of Wyoming