95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

COS 61 - Climate Change: Biogeochem Cycles

Wednesday, August 4, 2010: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
407, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Karina VR Schäfer
1:30 PM
Root-soil interactions increase the temperature sensitivity of soil organic carbon decomposition through rhizosphere priming effect
Biao Zhu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Weixin Cheng, University of California at Santa Cruz
1:50 PM
Harvesting forests for biofuels likely to yield a near-term increase in atmospheric CO2
Stephen R. Mitchell, Duke University; Mark E. Harmon, Oregon State University; Kari E. B. O'Connell, Oregon State University; Frank Schnekenberger, Oregon State University
2:10 PM
Global change experiments overestimate impacts on terrestrial ecosystems
Sebastian Leuzinger, Auckland University of Technology; Yiqi Luo, University of Oklahoma; Claus Beier, Norwegian Institute of Water Research; Christian Koerner, University of Basel
2:30 PM
Biological soil crust attributes modulate ecosystem responses to climate change
Fernando T. Maestre, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos; Cristina Escolar, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
2:50 PM
Have global carbon budgets overlooked herbivores
Andrew J. Tanentzap, University of Cambridge; David A. Coomes, University of Cambridge
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Effects of alternative successional trajectories on carbon pools within boreal forests of Interior Alaska
Heather D. Alexander, University of Texas at Brownsville; Michelle C. Mack, University of Florida; Scott Goetz, Woods Hole Research Center; Pieter S. A. Beck, Woods Hole Research Center
3:40 PM
Tropical storm influence on nitrous oxide emissions from the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic region
Craig Stow, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; John T. Walker, US EPA; Chris Geron, US EPA
4:00 PM
The Rocky Mountain epidemic of bark beetles and blue stain fungi cause first order effects on evapotranspiration and higher order effects on other greenhouse gases
Brent E. Ewers, University of Wyoming; Urszula Norton, University of Wyoming; David Reed, University of Wyoming; Elise Pendall, University of Wyoming; Holly R. Barnard, University of Colorado; Julia L. Angstmann, University of Wyoming; Timothy Llewellyn Aston, University of Wyoming; David Williams, University of Wyoming
4:20 PM
Climate sensitivity of soil respiration relative to minor topography in an oak forest, Ohio
Burkhard Wilske, The University of Toledo; Michael Deal, The University of Toledo; Nan Lu, Chinese Academy of Science; Jared L. DeForest, Ohio University; Qinglin Li, Timberline Natural Resource Group; Asko Noormets, North Carolina State University; Erika Cohen, USDA Forest Service; Ge Sun, USDA Forest Service; Ranjeet John, The University of Toledo; Jiquan Chen, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606