Colorado mountains

Forest Ecology

Quantification of structural legacy effects via synthesis of long-term records and eco-hydrologic modeling

Working Group Reports Final reports:  Report Participant list:  LegacyWorkingGroupParticipantListASM.docx Structural legacy effects impose fundamental controls on the function and evolution of ecosystems. Session:  Working Group Session 1 - Monday Working Group Session 2 - Monday Room Assignment:  Longs Peak - Keyhole (60)

Promotion of Population of Emission Factors in the IPCC Emission Factor Database

The primary goals for this session are to familiarize participants with work of the IPCC National Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory Programme, identify potential data contributions for estimating GHG Session:  Working Group Session 3 Tuesday Room Assignment:  Ruesch Auditorium - Dodge (50)

Re-defining Aboveground Net Primary Productivity (ANPP) for Complex Terrain: A Case Study from the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest

Poster Number:  35 Presenter/Primary Author:  Fox Peterson Many environmental factors, such as temperature, precipitation, and nutrient balances, have been associated with the rate of aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP) in forest ecosystems, and in

An Ice Storm Manipulation Experiment at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire

Poster Number:  32 Presenter/Primary Author:  John Campbell Ice storms are an important natural disturbance within forest ecosystems of the northeastern United States.  Current models suggest that the frequency and severity of ice storms may increase i

Nitrogen cycling “hotspots”: An approach for watershed scale assessments

Poster Number:  28 Presenter/Primary Author:  Peter Baas The high level of spatial and temporal heterogeneity in nitrogen cycling processes hinders our ability to develop an ecosystem-wide understanding of this cycle.

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER