243 Wetland Soils and Carbon Sequestration

Poster Session
S10 Wetland Soils
There is much interest in wetland restoration and management from a carbon point of view. However, there are many questions regarding rates and processes as influenced by different patterns of hydrology, vegetation and management.

A05 Environmental Quality, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, Soil & Water Management & Conservation, Forest, Range & Wildland Soils, Soils & Environmental Quality

Tuesday, November 3, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor

Joan Ehrenfeld
Poster #1419
Turnover of Wetland Sediments On Mineralization of Carbon, Nitrogen and Phosphorus.
Qingren Wang, Univ. of Florida; Yuncong Li, Univ. of Florida
Poster #1420
Nymphaea Rhizome Decomposition in Everglades Wetlands.
Alan Wright, Univ. of Florida; Susan Newman, South Florida Water Manage. District; Rongzhong Ye, Univ. of Florida
Poster #1421
Carbon Gas Emissions and Organic Matter Characteristics in Coastal Wetland Soils.
Syam Dodla, Louisiana State Univ.; Jim Wang, Louisiana State Univ.; Ron DeLaune, Louisiana State Univ.
Poster #1423
Spectroscopic Assessment of Soil Organic Matter Stability in Peatlands From the High Andes.
Aline Segnini, CNPDIA/EMBRAPA and International Potato Center; Adolfo Posadas Durand, Intl. Potato Center and CNPDIA/EMBRAPA; Roberto Quiroz, Intl. Potato Center (CIP); Debora Milori, Embrapa, Instrumentação; Sérgio C. Saab, Univ. State of Ponta Grossa; Ladislau Martin-Neto, CNPDIA/EMBRAPA; Carlos Vaz, Embrapa, Agricultural Instrumentation
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