412 Soil Nutrient Interactions: Processes at the Intersection of Multiple Nutrient Cycles

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
Nutrient limitations for plant growth/crop productivity are frequently identified in natural as well as managed systems. Nutrient availabilities can be affected by a range of factors. More recently, interactions among multiple nutrients and how such interactions may affect plant growth/crop productivity have been studied. This session would emphasize processes at the intersection of multiple nutrient cycles and multi-nutrient limitations or co-limitations in natural and managed systems.

Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition
Urban and Anthropogenic Soils

Wednesday, November 5, 2014: 1:00 PM-2:35 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 103A

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Farrah Fatemi , Mary Beth Adams and Ruth D. Yanai
Farrah Fatemi
1:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:05 PM
Over a Barrel: Nutrient Co-Limitation and Liebig's Law of the Minimum.
Mary Beth Adams, USDA Forest Service (FS); Farrah Fatemi, Saint Michael's College; Ruth D. Yanai, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry)
1:20 PM
The Relationship Between Exchangeable Base Cations and Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in Deep Forest Soils of the Pacific Northwest.
Jason Nathaniel James, University of Washington; Rob Harrison, University of Washington; Thiago Bonassi, University of Washington
1:50 PM
Multiple Element Limitation in Northern Hardwood Ecosystems (MELNHE).
Ruth D. Yanai, SUNY-ESF (College of Environmental Science & Forestry); Melany Fisk, Miami University of Ohio; Craig See, SUNY-ESF; Timothy Fahey, Cornell University - Natural Resources
2:05 PM
Is Nitrogen Cycling and Bioavailability Limited By Phosphorus in Northern New England Forest Soils?.
Cayce Salvino, University of Maine; Ivan J. Fernandez, University of Maine; Marie-Cecile Gruselle, University of Maine; Jean MacRae, University of Maine
2:20 PM
Changing Nutrient Cycles Across the Boreal Forest Landscape in the Athabasca Oil Sands.
Brad Pinno, Canadian Forest Service; Evelyne Thiffault, Canadian Forest Service; Christian Begin, Geological Survey of Canada
2:35 PM