2012 Hubbard Brook Annual Meeting Powerpoint Shows
The Shoestring Project
- An introduction to the Shoestring study: Synergistic soil response to N and P fertilization. Melany Fisk, Miami University.
- Can leaf mass explain species growth rates in northern hardwood stands? Shinjini Goswami, Miami University.
- Surprising natural variation in nutrient availability and nutrient resorption. Craig See, SUNY-ESF
- Still waiting for fertilization effects on soil respiration and root respiration. Kikang Bae, SUNY-ESF
- Depth discrimination of mycorrhizal fungi. Franklin Diggs, SUNY-ESF
- Phosphorus-nitrogen feedbacks maintain balanced availability in hardwood forest soils. Tera Ratliff. Miami University.
- Vector Analysis: Does it really predict growth response? Mariann Johnston, SUNY-ESF Ranger School
- The grass is always greener (than the forest): is it the N? Hannah Tremblay, Carleton College
- The Bartlett Baby Boom: An Inventory of Germinants Following a Mast Year. Alannie-Grace Grant, New York University
- Third time's the charm: repeating forest inventory in the Federer Chronosequence. Adam Wild, SUNY-ESF
- Comparing Sapflow Methods: Granier vs. Heat Ratio. Clarissa Lyons, Smith College and Kate Bussell, Transylvania University
- Does Fertilization make trees more thirsty? Adan Hernandez Hernandez, University of New Hampshire
- The spring fling: Sapflow during thaw-refreeze cycles. Michele Pryun, Plymouth State University.
- Quantifying Uncertainty in Ecosystem Studies. Ruth Yanai, Carrie Rose Levine, Craig See (SUNY-ESF), John Campbell, Mark Green (USFS and PSU), Amey Bailey, Stephanie Laseter (USFS)