232 Forest Carbon Sequestration and Cycling: I

Oral Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
The role of soils in carbon sequestration and cycling is still far from clear. Continued emphasis needs to be placed on this topic.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009: 9:55 AM-12:45 PM
Convention Center, Room 403-404, Fourth Floor

Karis McFarlane
9:55 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:15 AM
Occurrence and Activity of Subterranean Termites in Temperate Forest Soils.
Martin Jurgensen, Michigan Technological Univ.; Deborah Page-Dumroese, USDA-Forest Service; Brian Forschler, Univ. of Georgia; Carl Trettin, USDA-Forest Service; Brad Kard, Oklahoma State Univ.; Steve Cook, Univ. of Idaho
10:30 AM
Transformations of Pine Forest-Derived Dissolved Organic Matter in a Temperate Zone Soil.
Megan Mobley, Duke Univ.; Daniel Richter, Duke Univ.; Qian Song, Duke Univ.
10:45 AM
Soil CO2 Efflux in Two Loblolly Pine Families Is Suppressed by High Levels of Fertilization.
Jason Vogel, Univ. of Florida; Eric Jokela, Univ. of Florida; Timothy Martin, Univ. of Florida
11:00 AM
Long-Term Fate and Transport of Organic C in Forested Inceptisol and Ultisol Pedons Under Natural Conditions and Fertilization.
Melanie Mayes, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Jana Phillips, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Philip Jardine, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Jonathan P. Reagan, Univ. of Tennessee; Charles Garten, Oak Ridge National Lab.
11:15 AM
11:30 AM
Soil and Carbon Loss From Five Different Land Uses Under Simulated Rainfall.
Basant Rimal, Carbon Management and Sequestration Center, SENR, Ohio State Univ.; Rattan Lal, Carbon Management and Sequestration Center, SENR, Ohio State Univ.
11:45 AM
Carbon Flux and Spectral Response of Biological Soil Crust to Soil Moisture Status.
Lynn Fenstermaker, Desert Res. Inst.; Michael Young, Desert Res. Inst.
12:15 PM
12:30 PM