240 Forest Soils Graduate Student Poster Session

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils

This session will be for graduate students to present their research. During the discussion session, each student will be provided time to briefly present the hightlights of their work orally. A reception for graduate students will follow this discussion session.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Thomas Fox
James Burger , J. Michael Kelly and William McFee
Poster #1186
Effect of Compost Amendment On Productivity and Hydrology of a Seattle Glacial till Soil.
Robert Harrison, University of Washington; Yu Rong Liu, University of Washington; Dongsen Xue, University of Washington
Poster #1187
Changes of Nutrients in Calcareous Soils in Pine Rocklands Due to Fire.
Chung Nguyen, University of Florida; Yuncong Li, University of Florida; James Snyder, USGS; Rafael Munoz-Carpena, University of Florida; Nicholas Comerford, University of Florida; Bruce Schaffer, University of Florida
Poster #1188
Nutrient, Metal and Mineral Availability in Vermont Sugarbush Soil in the Presence and Absence of Earthworms.
Ryan Melnichuk, The University of Vermont; Josef Gorres, The University of Vermont
Poster #1189
Soil Parent Material Influence on Douglas-Fir Growth Response to Multi-Nutrient Fertilizers on the Inland Northwest, USA.
Kevin White, University of Idaho; Mark Coleman, University of Idaho; Deborah Page-Dumroese, Rocky Mountain Research Station; Paul Gessler, University of Idaho; John M. Mandzak, Potlatch Corporation
Poster #1190
Bioenergy Production On Intensively Managed Loblolly Pine Plantations Alters Soil Chemical and Physical Properties.
Kevan J. Minick, Virginia Tech; Brian Strahm, Virginia Tech; Thomas R. Fox, Virginia Tech; Eric B. Sucre, Weyerhaeuser Co.; Zakiya H. Leggitt, Weyerhaeuser Co.; Jose Zerpa, Virginia Tech
Poster #1191
Effects of a Modified Forest Reclamation Approach On Soil Properties in the Pacific Northwest.
Grace King, University of Washington; Darlene Zabowski, University of Washington; Joy Liu, University of Washington; Robert Harrison, University of Washington
Poster #1192
Effects of Soil Water and Nitrogen Availability On Douglas-Fir Growth.
Kim Littke, University of Washington; Robert Harrison, University of Washington; David Briggs, University of Washington; Darlene Zabowski, University of Washington
Poster #1193
Clonal Loblolly Pine Growth Explained by Multiple Regression Analysis of Soil Properties.
Nicholas S. Bonzey, Virginia Tech; Thomas R. Fox, Virginia Tech
Poster #1194
Carbon Content within a Longleaf Pine Ecosystem: the Effects of Land Use and Soil Type On Carbon Concentration.
Jessica Ike, University of Georgia-Athens; Daniel Markewitz, University of Georgia-Athens; Lindsay Boring, Jones Ecological Res. Ctr.
Poster #1195
Poster #1196
Soil Solution Chemistry and Nutrient Flux in Missouri Ozark Highland Soils Under Mixed Hardwood Forests.
Satchel Gaddie, University of Missouri; Keith Goyne, University of Missouri; John Kabrick, USDA Forest Service; Peter Motavalli, University of Missouri; David Gwaze, Missouri Dept. of Conservation
Poster #1197
Carbon Dioxide Fluxes and Their Relationship to Forest Soil Properties.
Latasha Lyte, Alabama A&M University; Ermson Nyakatawa, Alabama A&M University
Poster Discussion and Social Hour