173 Foundations of Ecological Restoration: Recovery of Soil Functions after Drastic Disturbance Poster

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Forest, Range and Wildland Soils
Soils are the foundation of every ecosystem and recovery of their function is required for successful ecological reclamation and restoration. Functional parameters such as carbon quantity and quality, microbial community structure and diversity, biogeochemical cycling, and plant iterations should be considered during restoration. These parameters might be compared to their equivalents in natural systems as benchmarks for success.

SSSA Division: Wetland Soils
SSSA Division: Soil Biology and Biochemistry
SSSA Division: Soils and Environmental Quality

Monday, November 7, 2016: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Exhibit Hall CDE

M. Derek Mackenzie and Jay Norton
M. Derek Mackenzie and Jay Norton
Poster #173-701
Effect of Carbonized Biomass Application on Carbon Accumulation and Soil Respiration.
Sunil Lee, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences; Wookyun Park, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences; Gunyeob Kim, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences
Poster #173-702
Recovery of Soil Organic Matter on Reclaimed and Unreclaimed Oil and Gas Wellpads in the Sagebrush Steppe of the Western U.S.
Caitlin Rottler, USDA-ARS Grazinglands Research Laboratory; Ingrid C. Burke, Department of Botany, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, and Program in Ecology, University of Wyoming
Poster #173-703
Black Carbon Content in a Ponderosa Pine Forest of Eastern Oregon with Varying Seasons and Intervals of Prescribed Burns.
Lauren Matosziuk, Oregon State University; Jeff Hatten, Oregon State University
Poster #173-704
Water, Energy and Carbon Balance Research: Recovery Trajectories for OIL SANDS Reclamation and Disturbed Watersheds in the Western Boreal Forest.
Richard Petrone, University of Waterloo; Sean K. Carey, McMaster University; Justin Straker, Integral Ecology Group
Poster Presentation
  • Petrone et al_TriSoc Poster-Nov16.pdf (9.7 MB)