764 Spatial Patterns at Multiple Scales (Posters)

Poster Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
This is a follow a poster session to the afternoon oral presentations.
Wednesday, 8 October 2008: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, Exhibit Hall E

Poster #556
Analyzing the Cost/Benefits of Using Lidar in Initial Soil Mapping.
Wubishet Tadesse, Alabama A&M University; Joe Gardinski, USDA-NRCS; Eddie Davis, USDA-ARS
Poster #557
Digital Soil Mapping in the Fremont National Forest of South-Central Oregon.
Melanie R. Malone, Oregon State University; Jay Noller, Oregon State University
Poster #558
A Comparison of Three Landscape Sampling Methods to Estimate Soil Carbon Content.
Luke Worsham, University of Georgia; Daniel Markewitz, University of Georgia; Nathan Nibbelink, University of Georgia; Larry West, National Soil Survey Center
Poster #559
Soil Resource Heterogeneity and Site Quality in Southern Appalachian Hardwood Forests: Impact of Salamander Abundance, Geology and Decomposing Stumps.
Eric Sucre, Virginia Tech; Thomas Fox, Virginia Tech; John Tuttle, USDA-NRCS; Jessica Homyack, Virginia Tech; Carola Haas, Virginia Tech
Poster #560
Geomorphology and Soils of First Order Watersheds in Emory Oak Savannas of the Animas Valley, New Mexico.
Daniel Neary, USDA-Forest Service; Gerald J. Gottfried, USDA-FS (Forest Service); Karen Koestner, USDA-FS (Forest Service); Peter F. Ffolliott, Univ. of Arizona; Cody Stropki, University of Arizona
Poster #561
Why Are Serpentine Barrens Barren? A Comparison of Soil Chemical and Fine Scale Physical Properties.
B.E. Lazarus, University of California, Davis; M.A. Ferrell, University of California, Davis; Ryan O'Dell, University of California, Davis; Vic Claassen, University of California, Davis; J.H. Richards, University of California, Davis