141 Management Effects In Forest Range and Wildland Soils: I

Oral Session
S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils Management has wide implications for soils, and forest soils in particular can be substantially changed during management. This session will allow management aspects to be related to soil issues.
Monday, October 17, 2011: 1:25 PM-4:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 211

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Kathryn B. Piatek
Soni Pradhanang
1:30 PM
Soil Nitrogen and Carbon Responses to Salvage Harvesting Alternatives In Pine Beetle-Infested, Colorado Forests.
Charles Rhoades, USDA Forest Service (FS); Robert Hubbard, USDA Forest Service (FS); Kevin Elder, USDA Forest Service (FS); Derek Pierson, USDA Forest Service (FS); Byron Collins, USDA Forest Service (FS)
1:45 PM
Fire Effects On Temperate Forest Soil C and N Storage.
Lucas Nave, University of Michigan; Eric Vance, National Council-Air & Steam Imprv.; Christopher Swanston, USDA-Forest Service; Peter Curtis, Ohio State University
2:00 PM
The Effect of Variable Organic Matter On Soil Organic Carbon Composition In Southern Loblolly Pine Plantation.
Jason Mack, Mississippi State University; Jeff Hatten, Mississippi State University; Eric B. Sucre, Weyerhaeuser Co.
2:15 PM
Soil C and Nutrient Pools Five Years After Manipulating Biomass and Competing Vegetation At Two Contrasting Sites In the Pacific Northwest.
Robert A. Slesak, MN Forest Resources Council; Stephen H. Schoenholtz, Virginia Tech; Timothy B. Harrington, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
2:30 PM
2:45 PM
3:15 PM
Monitoring Soil Carbon Stock Change Following Harvesting In a Pinus Radiata Plantation Forest In New Zealand.
Haydon Jones, Scion; Loretta Garrett, Scion; Mark Kimberley, Scion; Peter Beets, Scion; Graeme Oliver, Scion; Stephen Pearce, Scion
3:30 PM
Mechanically Shredding Utah Juniper and Soil Characteristics.
Kert Young, Brigham Young University; Bruce Roundy, Brigham Young University
3:45 PM