Poster Number: 390 Presenter/Primary Author: Bess Caplan
Examining the mechanistic basis of summer nitrate peaks: a coupled biogeochemical and hydrological approach
Poster Number: 389 Presenter/Primary Author: Jonathan Duncan Contrary to behavior predicted by the nitrogen saturation hypothesis, Pond Branch (the Baltimore Ecosystem Study forested reference watershed) exhibits peak nitrogen export during the growing seaso
Poster Number: 261 Presenter/Primary Author: Anna Johnson There is great value to conducting basic ecological research in urban environments.
Poster Number: 250 Presenter/Primary Author: Peter Groffman In the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES), we are conducting long-term watershed studies to provide a basis for comparison of urban ecosystems with other ecosystem types within the LTER netowrk and to
Poster Number: 249 Presenter/Primary Author: Peter Groffman Urban, suburban and exurban ecosystems are important and increasing in the U.S. An apparent, but functionally untested result of urban land use change is homogenization across cities, where n