Session Information

2009 Joint Assembly



Wednesday Afternoon 2

Time Session Location Title
1630 B34A CC 714B Carbon Linkages Between Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems: Magnitude, Mechanisms, and Biogeochemical Consequences II (joint with H)
Presiding: E Stets, USGS; S Sebestyen, U.S. Forest Service; I Buffam, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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1630 B34A-01 CC 714B Tracking Catchment-Scale Shifts In The Magnitude And Partitioning Of Carbon Export In Response To Changing Climatic Conditions
*I F Creed
INVITED    [Abstract]
1650 B34A-02 CC 714B The Importance of Hydroscape Complexity in Regional Aquatic Carbon Dynamics
*N R Lottig, E H Stanley
1705 B34A-03 CC 714B Export of Dissolved Organic Carbon From the Penobscot River Basin in North-Central Maine
*T G Huntington, G R Aiken
1720 B34A-04 CC 714B Natural Variability in Dissolved Organic Carbon and Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Transport in Artificially Drained Landscapes of the U.S. Midwest.
*P E Cuadra, P Vidon
1735 B34A-05 CC 714B Predicting the Fate of Dissolved Organic Carbon Within Forest Mineral Soils
*D N Kothawala, T R Moore
1750 B34A-06 CC 714B Carbon Cycling in Alpine and Arctic watersheds affected by permafrost degradation: An insight from Sweden
*C L Roehm, R Giesler, J Karlsson
1805 B34A-07 CC 714B Landscape Change, Organic Carbon Mineralization, and Carbon Export in Northern River Basins
*R G Striegl
INVITED    [Abstract]

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