152 Chemical Processes Responsible for Carbon Fluxes: II

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soil Chemistry
Intimate association of organic matter with mineral phases has been acknowledged as a fundamental mechanism for stabilizing organic compounds against biological degradation, controlling the long-term sequestration of organic matter in terrestrial ecosystems. Understanding the dynamics of organic matter within the mineral matrix at the organo-mineral interface at the micro- and nano-scales is essential for understanding the processes controlling the quantity, quality and turnover of organic carbon attached to mineral particles. This poster session will focus on investigations elucidating chemical processes responsible for soil carbon fluxes.
Monday, November 16, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Daniel G. Strawn , Hero T. Gollany and Ganga M. Hettiarachchi
Poster #1235
Solid State 13C NMR Spectroscopic Study of Soil Organic Matter in a Forest Ecosystem Subjected to Prescribed Burning and Thinning.
Thilini D. Ranatunga, Alabama A&M University; Zhongqi He, USDA-ARS; Kamala N Bhat, Alabama A&M University; Junyan Zhong, Old Dominion University
Poster #1236
Tidally Induced Spatial Heterogeneity of Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in an Estuary.
Frances Bothfeld, University of Delaware; Angelia L. Seyfferth, University of Delaware; Rodrigo Vargas, University of Delaware; Erika Loudermilk, University of Delaware
Poster #1237