Colorado mountains

Ecosystem Ecology

Is the missing nitrogen source (or sink) at Hubbard Brook statistically significant? Quantifying Uncertainty in Ecosystem Studies (QUEST)

Poster Number:  306 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ruth Yanai Nutrient budgets for forested ecosystems have rarely included error analysis, making it difficult to establish the significance of the results.  At the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, the N

Nitrous Oxide (N2O) production by Rhizosphere fungi from Nitrogen fertilized grasslands

Poster Number:  304 Presenter/Primary Author:  Sara Lopez The use of nitrogen (N) fertilizers has created international concern as denitrification of fertilizer-derived nitrate could result in higher rates of N2O release to the atmosphere.

Local-scale plant species richness and the regional species pool

Poster Number:  293 Presenter/Primary Author:  Kevin Wilcox Plant community structure has been shown to impact ecosystem function. However, these effects vary among ecosystems, data collection techniques, and across spatial and temporal scales.

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