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2017 TES/SBR Joint Investigators Meeting: Individual Abstract PDFs

First NameLast NamePoster TitleLead InstitutionActivity / GroupProgram AreaPoster SessionPoster Number
DineshAdhikari Biogeochemical Fate and Stability of Iron Oxide-Organic Carbon Complexes Univ of Nevada, Reno SBR Student Student A 219
ChristianAndresen Wetter or Drier? Large Uncertainty in Permafrost Hydrology Projections Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 2
GabrielArellano Prediction of Individual Tree Mortality in Tropical Forests Using Inexpensive Field Methods CTFS-ForestGEO NGEE Tropics TES C 83
CarliArendt Nitrate and Oxyanion Concentrations in Unsaturated High-Topography Polygonal Features: Implications for a More Fertile Arctic Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 3
DebArgawal AmeriFlux Data Product and Interface Improvements Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab AmeriFlux TES D 66
DebArgawal LBNL Watershed SFA Data Management and Assimilation Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR C 161
VanessaBailey Pore- to Core-Scale Research to Inform Ecosystem-Scale Soil C Biogeochemistry: Drought and Wetting Events Alter Soil Carbon Dynamics Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL TES A 105
EnricaBalboni Plutonium Incorporation into Iron Oxide Minerals Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab LLNL SBR SFA SBR A 207
DennisBaldocchi Inter-Annual Variability of Net and Gross Ecosystem Carbon Fluxes: AReview Univ of California, Berkeley Flux TES B 68
JillBanfield Genome-resolved metagenomic and geochemical analysis of East River riparian zone soils supports the ‘systems within systems’ approach forwatershed analysis Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR B 155
JohnBargar Coupled cycling of organic matter, uranium, and biogeochemical criticalelements in subsurface systems. Overview of the SLAC SFA SLAC Natl Accelerator Lab SLAC SBR SFA SBR D 198
JohnBargar U.S. Synchrotron Capabilities for Environmental System Science SLAC Natl Accelerator Lab User Facility User Facility H4
IleniaBattiato A vegetative facies-based multiscale approach to modeling nutrienttransport Stanford Univ Hydrology SBR A 183
LindsayBearup Observing and modeling snow processes across spatial and temporal scalesin a Rocky Mountain Headwater Catchment US Bureau of Reclamation LBNL SBR SFA SBR D 157
SebastienBiraud Updates from the AmeriFlux Tech Team Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab AmeriFlux TES C 65
JefferyBlanchard Coupling Changes in Soil Respiration and Nutrient Cycling with Community Structure and Function in Long-Term Soil Warming Experiments Univ of Massachusetts Amherst SPRUCE Boreal TES A 58
BenBond-Lamberty Pore- to Core-Scale Research to Inform Ecosystem-Scale Soil C Biogeochemistry: Effects of Soil Moisture on Heterotrophic Respirationacross Spatial Scales Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL TES B 106
NicholasBouskill Spatial and temporal dynamics of carbon and nitrogen within amountainous watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR B 159
MaximBoyanov Using x-ray spectroscopy to define the interplay between Fe, S, and Udynamics in batch reactors and flow-through columns Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR B 212
KristinBoye SLAC SFA: Hydrologically driven process coupling between biogeochemicalcycles and solute transport in transiently saturated sediments at the Riverton site (WY) SLAC Natl Accelerator Lab SLAC SBR SFA SBR D 202
AmyBreen Diversity of High and Low Arctic Vegetation in Alaska Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks NGEE Arctic TES D 4
MartinBriggs A last line of defense: understanding unique coupled abiotic/bioticprocesses at upwelling groundwater interfaces US Geological Survey Watershed SBR D 162
EoinBrodi Ecohydrological Controls on Watershed Function: Quantifying DynamicSurface-Subsurface Interactions Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR C 152
ScottBrooks Measurement and Modeling of Methylmercury Production in PeriphytonBiofilms Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR D 186
ElliottCampbell Large historical growth in global terrestrial gross primary production Univ of California, Merced Flux TES D 70
EmilyCardarelli SLAC SFA: Effects of microbial communities on uranium oxidation andmobilization in the presence of nitrate, nitrite, and oxygen Stanford Univ - SLAC SLAC SBR SFA SBR B 200
RosemaryCarroll Nested-EMMA to Identify Stream Sources in a Colorado River HeadwaterCatchment Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 158
KelseyCarter Plant Physiological Thermal Acclimation of Understory Shrubs in a PuertoRican Tropical Rainforest Michigan Technological Univ TES Student TES D 116
MollyCavaleri Tropical rain forest biogeochemistry in a warmer world: results from anovel warming experiment in a Puerto Rico tropical forest Michigan Technological Univ Tropical TES A 91
JeffreyChambers Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments (NGEE)–Tropics Overview Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES C 75
XingyuanChen Quantifying Reach-Scale Hydrological Exchange Flows and Their Influences on Biogeochemistry, Contaminant Mobility, and Land-Surface Fluxes Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR D 174
DanielleChristianson NGEE Tropics Data Collection and Management Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES A 77
BradleyChristoffersen Synthesis of Tropical Forest Sapflow Responses to the 2015-2016 ENSOEvent: Insights into Key Plant Traits and Mechanisms Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES B 78
EthanCoon Recent Advances in Fine-Scale Integrated Modeling of Permafrost Systems Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 5
DanielaCusack Tropical root exudate responses to changing water and nutrients Univ of California, Los Angeles Tropical TES A 97
BaptisteDafflon Quantifying Multi-Dimensional Relationships to Estimate Arctic SoilProperties and Ecosystem Functioning at Relevant Scales Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 6
KristenDeAngelis Resolving Conflicting Physical and Biochemical Feedbacks to Climate inResponse to Long-Term Warming Univ of Massachusetts Amherst SPRUCE Boreal TES B 59
AlessandrodeAraújo Overview of research activities at the K34 site in Manaus, Brazil: long-termdatasets and new data collection initiatives Embrapa Eastern Amazon (Brazil) NGEE Tropics TES B 90
JasonDemers Use of Stable Mercury Isotopes to Assess Mercury and Methylmercury Transformation and Transport across Critical Interfaces from the Molecularto the Watershed Scale Univ of Michigan Mercury SBR C 193
SigridDengel Characterization And Partitioning Of CH4 And CO2 Eddy Flux DataMeasured Near Utqiagvik, Alaska Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 7
JamesEhleringer Confronting the Community Land Model Against Atmospheric CO2 andBiospheric Datasets in the Western U.S. Univ of Utah Flux TES A 71
DavidEissenstat Influence of topography on soil respiration in the Susquehanna-Shale HillsCritical Zone Observatory Penn State Univ Soils/BGC TES C 107
DwayneElias Application of hgcAB Biomarker Detection and Characterization in theEnvironment Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR C 189
DwayneElias Assessment of Microbial Community Responses Towards a Model SyntheticCommunity for Studying Multispecies Hg-methylation Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR D 190
EmileyEloe-Fadrosh The DOE Joint Genome Institute: A User Facility for Environmental & EnergyGenomics Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab - Joint Genome Institute User Facility User Facility H1
YilinFang Assessing development needs in Earth System Models by hydrologicalmodeling in the Asu Catchment using a hierarchy of hydrological models Pacific Northwest Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES D 88
ScottFendorf Metabolic Constraints of Organic Matter Mineralization and Metal CyclingDuring Flood Plain Evolution Stanford Univ SLAC SBR SFA SBR A 203
BrennanFerguson The influence of porous medium on citrate facilitated dissolution of uranyl-phosphate:connecting batch flow reactors with micromodels Clemson Univ SBR Student Student B 220
KariFinstad Measurements and modeling of carbon turnover rates in tropical forestsoils Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab Tropical TES C 99
AdrienFinzi Effects of Experimental Warming & Elevated CO2 on Trace Gas Emissionsfrom a Northern Minnesota Black Spruce Peatland Boston Univ SPRUCE Boreal TES B 51
JoshuaFisher Carbon–Nutrient Economy of the Rhizosphere: Improving Biogeochemical Prediction and Scaling Feedbacks From Ecosystem to Regional Scales Univ of California, Los Angeles Soils/BGC TES D 108
TedFlynn Biogeochemical Impacts of the Microbially-Mediated Cycling of Iron andSulfur Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR D 214
JenniferFraterrigo Arctic Shrub Expansion, Plant Functional Trait Variation, and Effects onBelowground Carbon Cycling Univ of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Arctic TES C 27
InezFung Sensitivity of Transpiration to Subsurface Properties Univ of California, Berkeley Hydrology SBR D 218
BenjaminGilbert Shale weathering in the East River watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 154
MatthewGinder-Vogel Transport and Transformation of Particulate Organic Matter in PermeableRiverbed Sediments Univ of Wisconsin, Madison Hydrology SBR B 184
DavidGraham Soil Property Comparisons from the Seward Peninsula Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES D 8
EmilyGraham Organic Carbon Thermodynamics Elucidate Spatiotemporal MechanismsGoverning Hyporheic Zone Biogeochemical Cycling Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR D 182
NatalieGriffiths Initial Effects of Warming on Water and Solute Yields from a Black Spruce-Sphagnum Bog Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES A 34
BaohuaGu Elucidating Mechanisms of Natural Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) inInfluencing Mercury Chemical Speciation and Microbial Methylation Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR B 188
LianhongGu Sun-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence Auto-Measurement Equipment(FAME) Designed for Use at Eddy Covariance Flux Sites Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 35
GlennHammond Low Flow Conditions Maximize the Impacts of High-frequency RiverDynamics on Hyporheic Biogeochemical and Thermal Exchange Sandia Natl Laboratories PNNL SBR SFA SBR A 179
PaulHanson ORNL’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science – Scientific Focus Area (TES SFA) A2017 Overview Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 33
PaulHanson Peatland Carbon Cycle Responses to Warming and Elevated CO2: Early CO2and CH4 Flux Responses and Status of Tree and Shrub Net Primary Production Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES C 36
DylanHarp Constraining Arctic Models with Disparate Datasets to Enhance PhysicalProcess Understanding Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 9
DanielHayes Spatiotemporal variation in recent (2002-2015) browning and greening trends in the Arctic-Boreal Region of western North America: regionaldifferences, post-fire trends, and time-series effects Univ of Maine Arctic TES C 31
JeffHeikoop Macrotopographic Controls on Surface Water and Active Layer Chemistry inthe Arctic Coastal Plain of Northern Alaska Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 10
JeremiahHenning A little help from your friends: heterogeneity in forest diversity explainsobserved variation in carbon respiration in a lowland tropical forest Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville TES Student TES A 117
NancyHess EMSL: A DOE Scientific User Facility for Earth System Science Research Pacific Northwest Natl Lab - Environmental Molecular Sciences Lab User Facility User Facility H2
NancyHess Characterizing metallo-organic species involved in biological metal acquisition from soils using advanced mass spectrometry Pacific Northwest Natl Lab - Environmental Molecular Sciences Lab User Facility User Facility C 225
CaitlinHicks-Pries How Soil Depth Affects Decomposition Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL TES SFA TES A 101
RossHinkle Carbon dynamics across the terrestrial-aquatic landscape of subtropicalFlorida Univ of Central Florida Soils/BGC TES A 109
KirstenHofmockel Microbial response to Deep Peat Heating in SPRUCE peatland experiment Pacific Northwest Natl Lab SPRUCE Boreal TES C 52
LeslieHook ORNL’s TES SFA Data Acquisition, Archiving, And Sharing To SupportPublications, Synthesis, And Modeling Tasks Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 37
AnyaHopple How Does Whole Ecosystem Warming of a Peatland Affect MethaneProduction? Univ of Oregon SPRUCE Boreal TES A 54
Hsiao-TiehHsu An Integrated Method for Molecular Investigation of Soil Organic Carbon Composition, Variability, and Spatial Distribution Across a Sub-alpineCatchment Stanford Univ SBR Student Student C 221
HeileenHsu-Kim Reactivity and Bioavailability of Mercury Sorbed to or Coprecipitated with Iron Sulfides Duke Univ Mercury SBR C 197
MaoyiHuang Impacts of forest degradation on water, energy, and carbon budgets inAmazon forest Pacific Northwest Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES B 86
MaoyiHuang Quantifying Stream-Aquifer-Land Interactions Along the Columbia RiverCorridor Using Integrated Modeling and Observations Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR C 176
SusanHubbard Watershed Function SFA: Hydrological and Biogeochemical Dynamics fromGenomes to Watershed Scales Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 150
ValeriyIvanov Understanding the Response of Photosynthetic Metabolism in TropicalForests to Seasonal Climate Variations Univ of Michigan Tropical TES D 92
ElchinJafarov Modeling Hydrothermal Interactions Within 2D Hillslope Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 11
JulieJastrow Estimating arctic coastal plain soil carbon stocks vulnerable to active layerthickening under future climate Argonne Natl Lab ANL SFA TES D 24
DanielJohnson Improving Plant Functional Types in Earth System Models: Pan-TropicalAnalysis of Tree Survival across Environmental Gradients Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES C 79
TimJohnson Interactions Between River Stage Dynamics and Physical Setting onHydrologic Exchange Flows and Primary Producer Biomass within the River Corridor Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR C 181
AlexanderJohs The Biochemistry of Mercury Methylation in Anaerobic Bacteria Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR B 192
KenKemner The Argonne Natl Lab Subsurface Biogeochemical ResearchProgram SFA: Fe and S Biogeochemistry in Redox Dynamic Environments Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR A 211
AnnieKersting The LLNL Subsurface Biogeochemistry of Actinides SFA Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab LLNL SBR SFA SBR B 204
TerryKilleffer The NGEE Arctic Data Archive: Data Sharing Metrics; Manuscript andDataset Submission Tracking; and Tool Updates and Improvements Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES D 12
AnthonyKing Implications of Uncertainty in Fossil Fuel Emissions for TerrestrialEcosystem Modeling Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES A 38
RyanKnox Software Developments in the Functionally Assembled TerrestrialEcosystem Simulator (FATES) Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES D 76
JoelKostka The response of belowground carbon turnover and heterotrophic microbial communities to warming and elevated CO2 in peatlands at the ecosystemscale. Georgia Institute of Technology SPRUCE Boreal TES B 55
LaraKueppers Alpine Treeline Warming Experiment: Highlights from an Experimental Test of Expected Upslope Tree Range Shifts and Alpine Community Responses Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab SPRUCE Boreal TES D 57
BeverlyLaw Carbon Cycle Dynamics within Oregon’s Urban-Suburban-Forested- Agricultural Landscapes: Impacts of Bioenergy from Additional ForestHarvest and Conversion of Non-Food Crops to Poplar Oregon State Univ Flux TES B 72
Jung-EunLee Ecophysiological Controls on Amazonian Precipitation Seasonality andVariability Brown Univ Tropical TES A 93
EmmanualLeger Investigating Bedrock Through Canopy Structure, Organization andConnectivity of an Arctic Watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 13
MarcosLongo Recovery time of carbon, structure and functioning of degraded forests inthe Amazon Embrapa Agricultural Informatics NGEE Tropics TES C 87
DanLu Global Parameter Optimization of ALM Using Sparse-Grid Based Surrogates Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 39
KateMaher A multiscale approach to modeling carbon cycling within a high-elevationwatershed Stanford Univ Watershed SBR A 163
HelenMalenda Real rivers have curves: Meander-scale field investigation of linkages between fluvial geomorphology, dynamic hydrology, and patterns ofhyporheic exchange Colorado School of Mines SBR Student Student D 222
AvniMalhotra Whole Ecosystem Warming at SPRUCE: Variable Fine-Root Response ofPlant Functional Types Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES C 40
JiafuMao Detection and Attribution of the Terrestrial Runoff in the ConterminousUnited States Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 41
JiafuMao To What Extent Can Variability of Tropical Vegetation Growth Be PredictedUsing Sea Surface Temperatures? Oak Ridge Natl Lab -NGEE Tropics NGEE Tropics TES A 81
SebastianMartinuzzi NGEE-Tropics: Recent remote sensing campaign in Puerto Rico Univ of Wisconsin, Madison NGEE Tropics TES A 89
RoserMatamala Predicting potential C mineralization of tundra soils using spectroscopytechniques Argonne Natl Lab ANL SFA TES A 25
ReedMaxwell Advancing Integrated Hydrologic Modeling at the Continental Scale Colorado School of Mines IDEAS SBR C 217
MelanieMayes Linking Meta-omics with the Microbial ENzyme Decomposition Model Oak Ridge Natl Lab Tropical TES B 98
M.LukeMcCormack A Growing and Global Fine-Root Trait Database: Current Coverage andScientific Applications Univ of Minnesota SPRUCE SFA TES A 42
NateMcDowell Results of the first TES Early Career Award: understanding and simulatingdrought-induced forest mortality Los Alamos Natl Lab Soils/BGC TES C 115
KarisMcFarlane Constraining Belowground Carbon Turnover Times in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Insights Gained through Radiocarbon Analysis andInterpretation at AmeriFlux Network Sites Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab AmeriFlux TES A 67
SallyMcFarlane The DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Facility (ARM) ClimateResearch Facility US Department of Energy User Facility User Facility H3
PatrickMegonigal Coastal Wetland Carbon Sequestration in a Warmer Climate Smithsonian Environmental Research Ctr Soils/BGC TES B 110
ZelalemMekonnen Modeling Shrub Expansion Under Changing Climate Across Arctic Tundra ofNorth America Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 14
UmakantMishra Observed and modeled spatial distribution of uncertainties in Alaskan soilcarbon stocks Argonne Natl Lab ANL SFA TES B 26
KeithMorrison Pu(VI) Hydroxamate Complex Formation at Circumneutral pH Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab LLNL SBR SFA SBR D 206
DavidMoulton Interoperable Design of Extreme-scale Application Software (IDEAS):Improving Developer Productivity and Software Sustainability Los Alamos Natl Lab IDEAS SBR A 215
AlbertMuller SLAC SFA: Spatial constraints on microbial metabolic activity in anaerobicenvironments Stanford Univ - SLAC SLAC SBR SFA SBR C 201
HannahNaughton Metabolic Constraints on Carbon Oxidation Impacting Metal Cycling andGreenhouse Gas Production Stanford Univ SBR Student Student A 223
RobinsonNegrón-Juárez Tropical Forest Recovery Following Disturbances: A Remote SensingApproach Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES D 84
RebeccaNeumann Rain Promotes Methane Production & Methane Oxidation in a ThermokarstBog in Interior Alaska Univ of Washington Arctic TES B 30
MichelleNewcomer Geomorphic Controls on Riparian and River Geochemistry in the East RiverWatershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR D 153
VincentNoel SLAC SFA: Redox constraints on shallow alluvial sediments: Implications forU mobility SLAC Natl Accelerator Lab SLAC SBR SFA SBR A 199
EdwardO’Loughlin Electron Shuttle Effects on Iron(III) Reduction, Methane Production, andMicrobial Community Dynamics Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR C 213
PeggyO'Day Experimental and modeling investigation of the impact of atmospherically deposited phosphorus on terrestrial soil nutrient and carbon cycling, andecosystem productivity Univ of California, Merced Watershed SBR B 164
ScottPainter Modeling Solute Transport and Coupled Biogeochemical Transformations in Low-order Streams Using a Stochastic Travel-time Approach Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR A 187
ScottPainter Intermediate-scale Simulations of Thermal Hydrology of Polygonal Tundra Oak Ridge Natl Lab IDEAS SBR B 216
JerryParks Biomolecular Insights into the Transport and Transformations of Mercury Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR A 191
EricPierce ORNL’s Critical Interface Science Focus Area (CI-SFA): An Overview Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR C 185
RachelPorras Otherwise decomposable substrates exhibit apparent recalcitrance when sorbed to minerals: a study of glucose and organo-mineral complexes insoil Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL TES SFA TES B 102
BrianPowell Characterization of redox mediated alterations in PuO2(s), NH4PuO2CO3(s) and NpO2(s) sources in multi-year field lysimeter studies Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab LLNL SBR SFA SBR C 205
BrianPowell Imaging radionuclide transport in porous media Clemson Univ Radionuclide SBR B 208
BrianPowell Radionuclide Waste Disposal: Development of Multi-scale Experimentaland Modeling Capabilities Clemson Univ Radionuclide SBR D 209
ThomasPowell How Does Variation In Rainfall Or A Drier Climate Affect Aboveground Biomass And Tree Mortality Of A Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest In Panama? Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES A 85
JenniferPowers Extrapolating carbon dynamics of seasonally dry tropical forests acrossgeographic scales and into future climates: improving simulation models with empirical observations Univ of Minnesota Tropical TES C 95
BrettRaczka Does Vapor Pressure Deficit Drive the Seasonality of d13C of the Net Land- Atmosphere CO2 Exchange Across the United States? Univ of Utah Flux TES C 69
JonathanRaff Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Land-Atmosphere Interactions ofReactive Oxides of Nitrogen Indiana Univ Watershed SBR A 171
SashaReed Carbon and energy: Climate-induced community shifts and drylandfeedbacks to future climate U.S. Geological Survey Soils/BGC TES C 111
PeterReich Eight years of lessons from B4WarmED: tree responses to warming andrainfall manipulation in a boreal ecotone Univ of Minnesota SPRUCE Boreal TES C 60
DanielRicciuto Methods and Initial Results for A Model Intercomparison Study in ANorthern Peatland Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 43
AndrewRichardson Measuring and Modeling the Size and Temporal Dynamics of NonstructuralCarbohydrate Reserves in Temperate Forest Trees Harvard Univ SPRUCE Boreal TES D 61
CurtisRichardson The Role of Phenolic Compounds, Aromatics and Black Carbon Controls on Decomposition, GHG losses in Peatlands Along a Latitudinal Gradient fromMinnesota to Peru Duke Univ Wetland Center SPRUCE Boreal TES A 62
WilliamRiley Modeled Nitrogen Dynamics in the NGEE-Arctic Polygonal TundraLandscape at Barrow, Alaska Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 15
WilliamRiley Modeling the response of soil carbon decomposition and stocks to warmingwith a focus on minerals and microbes Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL TES SFA TES C 103
AlistairRogers Low Temperature Photosynthesis. Light Response Curves from the HighArctic Brookhaven Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES D 16
JoelRowland Hydrologic and geomorphic controls on floodplain erosion and carbondynamics in a mountainous headwater catchment Los Alamos Natl Lab Watershed SBR D 170
MustafaSaifuddin Bacterial carbon-use-efficiency predicted from genome-specific metabolic models varies phylogenetically and correlates with genome traits Boston Univ TES Student TES B 118
VeritySalmon Plant Traits Across an Arctic Landscape: Above Versus Belowground Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 17
PeterSantschi Natural Organic Matter and Microbial Controls onMobilization/Immobilization of I, Pu and other Radionuclides Texas A&M Univ Radionuclide SBR D 210
ChristopherSchadt Microbial Responses of Deep Catotelm Peat to In Situ Experimental Warming and Ex Situ Amendments of Temperature, pH, Nitrogen and Phosphorus Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES C 44
TimScheibe Pacific Northwest Natl Lab SFA: Influences of Hydrologic Exchange Flows on River Corridor and Watershed Biogeochemical Function Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR C 173
EdwardSchuur Direct measurements of permafrost soil carbon loss in an experimentallywarmed tundra ecosystem Northern Arizona Univ Arctic TES D 28
ShawnSerbin Capturing Plant Trait Variation in the Arctic with Remote Sensing Brookhaven Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 18
JonathanSharp Mechanistic and predictive understanding of needle litter decay in semi- arid mountain ecosystems experiencing unprecedented vegetation mortality Colorado School of Mines Watershed SBR C 165
XiaoyingShi Representing Northern Peatland Hydrology and Biogeochemistry with ALM Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 45
WhendeeSilver Hot spots and hot moments: Investigating the relationship between soilredox dynamics and greenhouse gas fluxes in a wet tropical forest Univ of California, Berkeley Tropical TES D 96
JeremySmith From Atomic Scale to Macroscopic Modeling: A Multi-Scale Framework forMercury Biogeochemistry Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville Mercury SBR D 194
Hyun-SeobSong Functional Enzyme-Based Approach for Modeling Aerobic RespirationProcesses in Hyporheic Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR C 177
CarlSteefel Scale-Adaptive Watershed Simulation of Watershed Function Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 160
JamesStegen Processes Governing the Biogeochemical Consequences of InundationHistory and the Character of Dissolved Organic Carbon Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR B 180
AllanStrand Inducing senescence of fine root branches under root windows by steamgirdling College of Charleston Soils/BGC TES D 112
NeslihanTas Metagenomic Insights into Microbial Communities and Functions acrossArctic Polygonal Grounds Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 19
NeslihanTas LBNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA - Impact of warming onmicrobiology and carbon cycling in deep soils. Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL TES SFA TES D 104
PeterThornton Migrating Knowledge Across Scales to Improve Simulations of Arctic TundraProcesses in an Earth System Model Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES D 20
TetsuTokunaga Hillslope Characterization, Measurements, and Modeling Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR B 151
MargaretTorn The AmeriFlux Management Project: overview, outreach, and online activities. Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab AmeriFlux TES B 64
MargaretTorn Berkeley Lab Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA: Belowground carboncycling Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL TES SFA TES D 100
CarlTrettin Wood Decomposition: Understanding Processes Regulating CarbonTransfer to Soil Carbon Pools Using FACE Wood at Multiple Scales USDA Forest Service Soils/BGC TES A 113
GermanVargas Understanding the effects of drought and nutrient deposition on treegrowth in tropical dry forests Univ of Minnesota TES Student TES C 119
RoelofVersteeg PAF: a cloud based framework for site monitoring Subsurface Insights Watershed SBR D 166
HarukoWainwright Digital Watershed: Advanced Watershed Characterization across Scales Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR C 156
AnthonyWalker Synthesis of Four Forest CO2 Enrichment Experiments Demonstrates a Strong and Sustained Decadal Carbon Sink in Aggrading Temperate ForestBiomass Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES A 46
MatthewWallenstein Tracking the fate of C inputs to Arctic tundra soils from roots to rivers Colorado State Univ Arctic TES A 29
DaliWang Computational Experiment Design Within A Functional Unit TestingFramework Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 47
GangshengWang Migrating FLOTRAN Reaction Network From NGEE Arctic into ACMEThrough a Generic Biogeochemistry Interface Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 21
GangshengWang Soil Moisture Drives Microbial Controls on Carbon Decomposition in TwoSubtropical Forests Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES C 48
RichardWanty Characterization of groundwater flow and associated geochemical fluxes in mineralized and unmineralized bedrock in the upper East River andadjacent watersheds, Colorado US Geological Survey Watershed SBR A 167
EricWard Ecophysiology at SPRUCE: Impacts of Whole Ecosystem Warming andElevated CO2 in A Northern Peatland Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 49
DavidWeston Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling By Sphagnum in the SPRUCE Experiment Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES A 50
WillWieder Benchmarking and improving microbial-explicit soil biogeochemistrymodels Univ of Colorado Soils/BGC TES B 114
MichaelWilkins Hyporheic mixing as a strong controller of riverbed biogeochemistry in low-order river networks Ohio State Univ Watershed SBR B 168
CathyWilson Snow-Vegetation-Topography-Permafrost Interactions in the SewardPeninsula, Alaska Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 22
RachelWilson Organic Carbon Decomposition Under Elevated Peat Warming and CO2Conditions at SPRUCE. Florida State Univ SPRUCE Boreal TES C 56
BrettWolfe Seasonal Fluxes in the Contribution of Stored Water to the TranspirationStream: Testing a Hydraulic Transport Model Against Measurements Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute - NGEE Tropics NGEE Tropics TES D 80
JinWu Advancing The Mechanistic Understanding And Model Representation Of Photosynthesis And Transpiration Processes Of Tropical Evergreen Forests Brookhaven Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES B 82
StanWullschleger Next-Generation Ecosystems Experiment (NGEE Arctic): Progress and Plans Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 1
DanielaYaffar Root Traits of the Most Common Tree Species in El Verde, Puerto Rico Univ de Puerto Rico - NGEETropics TES Student TES D 120
XiYang Solar-Induced Fluorescence Reveals the Water Stress in the Amazon Basin Univ of Virginia Tropical TES B 94
YuYang Biogeochemical release and reactions of iron-bound organic carbon duringthe redox processes Univ of Nevada, Reno Mercury SBR A 195
YuYang Investigating greenhouse gas fluxes in tundra soils in situ in the field and under controlled laboratory conditions Univ of Nevada, Reno Mercury SBR B 196
MingYe Computational Bayesian Framework for Quantification of PredictiveUncertainty in Environmental Modeling Florida State Univ Watershed SBR B 172
XuesongZhang Cumulative Effects of River Corridor Hydrobiogeochemical Processes onWatershed Functioning Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR A 175
JianqiuZheng The Importance of Soil pH in Controlling Organic Carbon Transformations inArctic Polygon Tundra Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 23
WeiZhi Understanding Hydrobiogeochemical Drivers of Metal Export from Coal Creek, Colorado Penn State Univ Watershed SBR C 169
WeiZhi Developing Predictive Understanding of Metal Export from Coal Creek, CO Penn State Univ SBR Student Student B 224
TianZhou Influences of Hydromorphic and Hydrogeologic Structure and Variable River Discharge on Hydrologic Exchange Flows and BiogeochemicalTransformations in the River Corridor Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR D 178
QianlaiZhuang A peatland biogeochemistry model development and application toquantify peatland methane emissions and carbon accumulation Purdue Univ SPRUCE Boreal TES D 53
Anna Ryken Identifying Controls on Carbon Exchanges in High Altitude Headwaters to Improve Representation in Earth System Models          
Erica Woodburn IDEAS Use Case I: Improved process representation in watershed models across scales through software interoperability and productivity