Colorado mountains

Forest Ecology

Linking the near- surface camera-based phenological metrics with leaf chemical and spectroscopic properties

Poster Number:  398 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jim Tang Plant phenology is an important indicator of climate change.

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid induced mortality of eastern hemlock influences timing and magnitude of streamflow from headwater catchments in the southern Appalachians

Poster Number:  383 Presenter/Primary Author:  Steven Brantley Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr.), an important evergreen canopy species in the southern Appalachian Mountains, is currently experiencing widespread mortality from hemlock wool

Dynamics of social-ecological systems in the Colorado Front Range: Fire regimes, thresholds, and stable states

Poster Number:  356 Presenter/Primary Author:  Patrick Bourgeron Forecasting change in mountain social-ecological systems presents significant challenges, as they are likely to display non-linear responses, i.e., they are more easily pushed or “tipped” across cr

No fertilization effects on soil respiration and root respiration in northern hardwoods of New Hampshire.

Poster Number:  355 Presenter/Primary Author:  Kikang Bae Soil respiration has received a great deal of attention recently because it is a major pathway of flux in the terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycle.

Evidence for species-specific nutrient limitation of growth efficiency in northern hardwoods

Poster Number:  335 Presenter/Primary Author:  Shinjini Goswami Nutrient co-limitation of NPP has been shown in some temperate forests by the additive or synergistic productivity response to nitrogen and phosphorus.

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