310 Physical Aspects of Quantifying and Predicting Greenhouse Gases Emissions From Soils

Oral Session
S01 Soil Physics
The goals of this session are to emphasize the need in better understanding of the complex gaseous transport processes occurring in soil-atmosphere continuum, and to present and discuss the utility of various measurement tools and modeling techniques for quantifying and assessing gas transport processes.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009: 3:10 PM-4:45 PM
Convention Center, Room 411, Fourth Floor

Teferi Tsegaye
Teferi Tsegaye
4:45 PM
3:10 PM
Introductory Remarks
3:15 PM
Long Term Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Exchange of No-Tilled Soils.
Maheteme Gebremedhin, Alabama A&M Univ.; Teferi Tsegaye, Alabama A&M Univ.; Hank Loescher, NEON Science Office
4:00 PM
Diurnal and Seasonal Carbon and Energy Flux Over No-Tillage Farming.
Hwan Han, Alabama A&M Univ.; Maheteme Gebremedhin, Alabama A&M Univ.; Teferi Tsegaye, Alabama A&M Univ.
4:15 PM
Soil Carbon Balance in the Coastal Plain Loblolly Pine Plantations.
Asko Noormets, North Carolina State Univ.; Michael Gavazzi, USDA, Forest Service; Steve McNulty, USDA, Forest Service; Jean-Christophe Domec, North Carolina State Univ.; Emrys Treasure, USDA, Forest Service; Ge Sun, USDA, Forest Service; John King, North Carolina State Univ.; Jiquan Chen, Univ. of Toledo
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