340 Symposium--Monitoring and Modeling Evaporation, Carbon and Other Ecosystem Fluxes: II

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling
To improve our ability to incorporate cropping systems into regional and global scale modeling, it is important to collect supporting data through continuous monitoring of ecosystem processes. In this session, we encourage presentations that focus on measurements and modeling of processes, such as soil evaporation, carbon and energy exchanges between the surface and the atmosphere. Presentations are encouraged from a variety of agroecosystems, including crops, pastures and rangelands, and natural ecosystems.

Soil-Plant-Water Relations Community
Climatology & Modeling

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 1:25 PM-3:25 PM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 37 and 38

Community Leader:
Nithya Rajan
Nithya Rajan
Nithya Rajan
1:25 PM
Introductory Remarks
2:10 PM
Response of Soil CO2 Flux of a Crop Field to Rain Pulse.
Liukang Xu, LI-COR Biosciences, Inc.; Rodney Madsen, LI-COR Biosciences, Inc.; Dayle K. McDermitt, LI-COR Biosciences; Timothy Arkebauer, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Dave Scoby, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
2:25 PM
Spatial Context of Landfill CH4 and CO2 Emission Captured By the Eddy Covariance Tower.
Xiaomao Lin, Kansas State University; Liukang Xu, LI-COR Biosciences, Inc.; Dayle K. McDermitt, LI-COR Biosciences
2:40 PM
Measuring Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Uptakes From a Rice Paddy Field During Fallow Period Using Micrometeorological Techniques.
Shujiro Komiya, Meiji University; Kosuke Noborio, Meiji University; Kentaro Katano, Formerly Meiji University
2:55 PM
A Satellite Based Modeling Framework for Estimating Seasonal Carbon Fluxes Over Agricultural Lands.
Varaprasad Bandaru, University of Maryland; Roberto C. Izaurralde, University of Maryland; Ritivik Sahajpal, University of Maryland; Rasmus M Houborg, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Zurita Milla, University of Twente
3:10 PM
3:25 PM