Colorado mountains
From Long-Term Data to Understanding: Toward a Predictive Ecology
2015 LTER ASM Estes Park, CO - August 30 - September 2, 2015

Other (Tuesday)

Microbial biomass mineralize N but accumulate P in response to N and P fertilization in northern hardwood forests

Poster Number:  227 Presenter/Primary Author:  Shinjini Goswami Background/Questions/Methods

Mangrove encroachment into salt marshes may enhance carbon retention but reduce surface accretion in coastal wetlands

Poster Number:  225 Presenter/Primary Author:  Sean Charles Coastal Wetlands are increasingly recognized as carbon (C) sinks capable of storing more C per area than all other ecosystems, particularly in their soils.  As warmer temperatures facilitate p

Predicting near-stream soil moisture using low-dimensional relationships in a small headwater catchment of the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory

Poster Number:  221 Presenter/Primary Author:  Charles Scaife Spatial soil moisture patterns across the landscape have been shown to correlate best with topography during wet periods, but during dry periods are randomly distributed over space (Grayson et al.,

Modeling the intrusion pathways of Upper Circumpolar Deep Water to a biologically productive canyon

Poster Number:  219 Presenter/Primary Author:  Nicole Couto Palmer Deep is a biologically productive canyon located approximately 100 km shoreward of the shelf break of the west Antarctic Peninsula.

Effects of Increased Water Salinity and Inundation on Microbial Processing of Carbon and Nutrients in Oligohaline Wetland Soils

Poster Number:  216 Presenter/Primary Author:  Shelby Servais Carbon (C) cycling in soils is fundamentally linked to the metabolism of microbial communities.