Session Information

2009 Joint Assembly



Wednesday Afternoon 1

Time Session Location Title
1400 B33A CC 714B Carbon Linkages Between Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems: Magnitude, Mechanisms, and Biogeochemical Consequences I (joint with H)
Presiding: S Sebestyen, U.S. Forest Service; I Buffam, University of Wisconsin-Madison; N Lottig, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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1400 B33A-01 CC 714B Integrated Aquatic CO2 Emission into Boreal Landscape Perspective
*C R Teodoru, P A del Giorgio, Y T Prairie
1415 B33A-02 CC 714B Integrating hydrology and ecology into perspectives of lake dissolved organic carbon cycling and chemical character
*E G Stets, R G Striegl, G R Aiken
1430 B33A-03 CC 714B Whole watershed spectrometric and fluorometric characterization of dissolved organic matter in two large rivers in Canada with differing impact
*R Hutchins, S Schiff, R Elgood
1445 B33A-04 CC 714B Characterizing Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Isolated From Specific Allochthonous and Autochthonous Sources in a North-Temperate Stream Ecosystem
*J C Wong, D Williams
1500 B33A-05 CC 714B A Mechanistic Model for Bubble Rise in Soft Sediments
*C K Algar, B P Boudreau
1515 B33A-06 CC 714B Water availability controls on community structure of an ephemeral meltwater stream ecosystem in the McMurdo Dry Valleys
*D M McKnight, B Simmons, L Stanish
1530 B33A-07 CC 714B The Effects of Photolysis on DOC Fate, POC Production, and the δ13C of DOC and δ13C of POC in Forested Northern Temperate Streams.
*K M Chomicki, S L Schiff
1545 B33A-08 CC 714B Changes of Photochemical Properties of Dissolved Organic Matter During a Hydrological Year
*P Porcal, P J Dillon

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