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2015 Hubbard Brook

Please note that the annual meeting falls early for most Research Experience for Undergraduate projects, so presentations given during the HB meeting presentations may be works in progress.  Graduate students and PIs generally discuss projects that are further along in development, perhaps over multiple seasons.  Visit here for more updates!

Annual Meeting

W. Thornton, NH - July 8, 2015


MELNHE: The Shoestring Project.  Jerome Barner, ESF, MS 2016

Carbon allocation to mycorrhizal fungi in response to N and P additions. Jerome Barner, ESF, MS 2016

Mychorrhizal preference change in aspen: AM vs. EM and N vs. P. Austin Frewert and Jalina Pannafino, SUNY ESF 2016

Sapflow 2014: Does CaSiO2 enhance water use? Mariann Johnston, SUNY-ESF Ranger School,

Sapflow 2015: Does N or P also affect water use in the MELNHE plots.  Brigid Farrell MPS, Isaac Jo, Jessie Smith, Nick Hodom ESF 2016

Decomposition in the MELNHE plots: Filter paper and tea bags.  Matthew Hayden,  ESF 2016

Does more P mean less BBD? Beech bark disease in MELNHE plots. Aaliyah Jason, ESF 2018

Multiple Element Limitation:  Foliar P resorption depends on N availability.  Kara Phelps,ESF MS 2016 

Estimating carbon in fine and coarse woody debris.  Jessica Swindon, SUNY Cortland 2015

Seasonal pattern of N mineralization in MELNHE plots.  Caitlin Holmes, Arizona State University 2015

Does CaSiO2 enhance soil respiration, fine root production, or microbial activity?  Tyler Sadutto, Franklin Univ. Switzerland 2016