687 Fire, Black Carbon, and Biochar (Posters)

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
Well focused set of presentations on fire and fire residues as well as inclusion of biochar.
Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, Exhibit Hall E

Poster #569
Examining the Role of Burning and Nitrogen on Soil Processes.
R. Scott Taylor, J. W. Jones Ecological Res. Center, Ichauway; Robert Mitchell, J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center @ Ichauway; Lindsay Boring, J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center @ Ichauway; Jason McGee, J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center @ Ichauway; Jim Bradley, J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center @ Ichauway
Poster #572
Long-term Monitoring of Belowground Black Carbon.
Lucian Wielopolski, Brookhaven Natl. Lab.
Poster #573
Historic Extent of Puget Sound Prairies as Determined by An Examination of Soil Charcoal.
Joshua Hegarty, University of Washington; Darlene Zabowski, University of Washington
Poster #574
Carbon Mineralization in a Charcoal Amended Forest Soil: Effect of Tree Species.
Nicholas Comerford, University of Florida; Newton Falcao, INPA; Aja Stoppe, Univ. of Florida; Elena Azuaje, University of Florida
Poster #575
Productivity of Biochar–Amended Soils from Degraded Lands of the Semiarid Southwest US.
Michael Ebinger, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Victor H. Hogsett, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Claudia Mora, Los Alamos National Laboratory