475 General Wetland Soils Poster II (includes student competition)

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Wetland Soils
General session for Wetland Soils Division
Wednesday, November 9, 2016: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Exhibit Hall CDE

Brian A. Needelman
Poster #475-201
Evaluation of Manganese Indicators of Reduction in Soil (IRIS).
Kristi Persing, University of Maryland; Martin C. Rabenhorst, University of Maryland
Poster #475-202
Playa Wetlands: Ecosystem Functions and Potential Risks in a Changing Climate.
Rachel K. Owen Kerns, University of Missouri; Keith W. Goyne, University of Missouri; Elisabeth B. Webb, U.S. Geological Survey Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Poster Presentation
  • SSSAPoster_Owen.pdf (992.2 kB)
  • Poster #475-203
    The Distribution and "Problematic" Nature of F21 (Red Parent Material) Hydric Soils.
    Sara Mack, University of Maryland; Martin C. Rabenhorst, University of Maryland; Jacob Berkowitz, US Army Corps of Engineers
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA Phoenix poster 2016 final.pdf (3.1 MB)
  • Poster #475-204
    Impact of Suppression of Floating Aquatic Vegetation on Canal Sediment Properties in South Florida.
    Anne Sexton, University of Florida; Samira H. Daroub, University of Florida; Jehangir Bhadha, University of Florida; Timothy Lang, University of Florida
    Poster Presentation
  • Sexton SSSA Poster 2016.pdf (1.6 MB)
  • Poster #475-205
    Landscape Attributes, Hydrology, and Edaphic Conditions of Southern New England Vernal Pool Wetlands.
    Bianca Ross, University of Rhode Island; Mark H. Stolt, University of Rhode Island
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSAPosterRoss.pdf (727.5 kB)
  • Poster #475-206
    Sulfate Reduction Potential of Subalpine Wetland Soils: Investigations into Iron Mineral Mediated Carbon Storage in Climate Change Susceptible Ecosystems.
    Jeanne Barreyre, Paris Diderot University; Linden Schneider, University of California-Berkeley; Thomas Borch, Colorado State University; Charles C. Rhoades, USDA Forest Service (FS); CĂ©line Pallud, University of California-Berkeley