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2015 TES/SBR Joint Investigators Meeting: Individual Abstract PDFs

Presenter Presenter Institution Principal Investigator Abstract Title Activity / Group
Beisman, James Colorado School of Mines Carl Steefel Integrated Surface– Subsurface Reactive Transport Student
Cardarelli, Emily Stanford University John Bargar The Microbes Underground: A Look at Subsurface Nitrogen– Cycling Microbial Communities at Uranium Contaminated Sites in the Colorado River Basin Student
Conroy, Nathan Clemson University Annie Kersting The Effect of Natural Organic Matter on Plutonium Sorption to Goethite Student
Furze, Morgan Harvard University Andrew Richardson Quantifying nonstructural carbon pools in temperate forest trees Student
Green, Julia Columbia University of New York Jung-Eun Lee , Brown University Energy, water and phenology controls on the annual carbon and water cycles in tropical forests Student
Menzer, Olaf Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn Mapping AmeriFlux footprints: Towards footprint model processing across a network of flux tower sites Student
Michelson, Kyle University of Texas at Austin Albert Valocchi Microbiological– enhanced mixing by long– range extracellular electron transfer during in– situ bioreduction of uranium Student
Moore, Jessica University of Tennessee Aimee T. Classen Roots and mycorrhizal fungi differentially impact microbial processes Student
Ricketts, Michael University of Illinois Chicago Miquel A. Gonzalez– Meler Soil microbial community shifts in response to soil thermal insulation in moist acidic tundra of Northern Alaska Student
Salmon, Verity University of Florida Edward Schuur Increased Nitrogen availability in a tundra ecosystem during five years of permafrost thaw Student
Warren, Melissa Georgia Institute of Technology Joel Kostka Interactions between nitrogen fixation and methane cycling in boreal peat bogs Student
Hayes, Daniel Oak Ridge National Lab Daniel Hayes A geospatial data framework for assessing circumarctic– scale permafrost carbon vulnerability based on observations, experiments and modeling Early Career
Marshall, Matthew Pacific Northwest National Lab Matthew J. Marshall Multi– system Analysis of Microbial Biofilms Early Career
Rowland, Joel Los Alamos National Lab Joel Rowland Particulate exchange rates between rivers and floodplains in high latitude watersheds Early Career
Ye, Ming Florida State University Ming Ye Computational Bayesian Framework for Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty in Climate Modeling and Groundwater Reactive Transport Modeling Early Career
Fischer, Marc Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Marc L. Fischer Full– column Greenhouse Gas Profiles Measured at ARM SGP AmeriFlux
Biraud, Sebastien Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Sebastien Biraud ARM– ACME projects in the SGP and NSA AmeriFlux
Pastorello, Gilberto Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn (LBNL) AmeriFlux Carbon Flux Data Processing and Management AmeriFlux
Torn, Margaret Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn The AmeriFlux Management Project: Overview AmeriFlux
Tfaily, Malak Pacific Northwest National Lab Nancy J Hess Novel analysis approach and new insights from UHR MS of soil organic matter EMSL
Versteeg, Roelof Subsurface Insights Roelof Versteeg Cloud based predictive assimilation framework for subsurface site management SBIR
Curfman McInnes, Lois Argonne National Lab Mike Heroux, Lois Curfman McInnes, and J. David Moulton Interoperable Design of Extreme– scale Application Software (IDEAS): Software development methodologies that enhance scientific productivity DOE Lab
Moulton, David Los Alamos National Lab David Moulton Environmental Systems Science Use Cases Drive Requirements for Community– based Software Development DOE Lab
Scheibe, Tim Pacific Northwest National Lab Tim Scheibe, Susan Hubbard CLM– Agni– Akuna Integration Demonstration: A Community Platform for Uncertainty Quantification DOE Lab
Jardine, Kolby Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Jeffrey Chambers, LBNL Interactions between plant physiology and atmospheric chemistry as a part of the GoAmazon 2014/15 Terrestrial Ecosystem Collaborative Project (Geco) DOE Lab
Sevanto, Sanna Los Alamos National Lab Nate McDowell Mechanisms and traits associated with plant survival and mortality during drought DOE Lab
McFarlane, Karis Lawrence Livermore National Lab Karis McFarlane Utilization and transformation of terrestrial carbon in northern landscapes DOE Lab
Bailey, Vanessa Pacific Northwest National Lab V.L. Bailey Pore, to Core– Scale Research to Inform Ecosystem– Scale Soil C Biogeochemistry DOE Lab
Bond–Lamberty, Ben Pacific Northwest National Lab Vanessa Bailey Integrating models of greenhouse gas production from soils at multiple scales DOE Lab
Wilson, Cathy Los Alamos National Lab Stan Wullschleger, ORNL The Role of Landscape Structure on Arctic Ecosystem Response NGEE Arctic
Bisht, Gautam Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Stan Wullschleger, ORNL Topographic controls on scaling of hydrologic and thermal processes in polygonal ground features of an Arctic ecosystem NGEE Arctic
Kumar, Jitendra Oak Ridge National Lab Jitendra Kumar Multi– scale modeling of permafrost freeze– thaw dynamics in polygonal tundra NGEE Arctic
Bolton, W. Robert International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks Stan Wullschleger Conceptualization and Application of Arctic Tundra Landscape Evolution Using the Alaska Thermokarst Model NGEE Arctic
Lara, Mark University of Alaska Fairbanks Stan Wullschleger Importance of considering small– scale polygonal tundra geomorphology in large– scale process models for assessing change in carbon balance on the Barrow Peninsula NGEE Arctic
Coon, Ethan Los Alamos National Lab Stan Wollschleger, ORNL Using fine– scale models to inform next– generation Earth system models NGEE Arctic
Wainwright, Haruko Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Geophysics– based Multiscale Characterization of the Arctic Tundra Ecosystem NGEE Arctic
Atchley, Adam Los Alamos National Lab Stan Wullschleger Integrating Field Measurements in Fine Scale Model Development for Understanding Future Active Layer Thickness Dynamics NGEE Arctic
Yang, Ziming Oak Ridge National Lab Stan Wullschleger Rates and pathways of permafrost soil organic carbon degradation in Arctic tundra NGEE Arctic
Graham, David Oak Ridge National Lab Stan Wullschleger Biogeochemical Controls on Microbial CO2 and CH4 Production in Polygonal Soils From the Barrow Environmental Observatory NGEE Arctic
Throckmorton, Heather Los Alamos National Lab Stan Wullschleger Geochemical constraints on water, carbon, and nitrogen cycling at different scales in the tundra environment of Barrow, Alaska NGEE Arctic
Yuan, Fengming Oak Ridge National Lab Stan Wullschleger Application of Fully Coupled Hydrology and Biogeochemistry CLM– PFLOTRAN Model to Simulate Soil C Stocks at NGEE Arctic Intensive Study Sites at Barrow, Alaska NGEE Arctic
Riley, William Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Stan Wullschleger Mechanistic treatment of plant N use, root– microbe competition, and microbial processes improves high– latitude and global ecosystem carbon budget predictions NGEE Arctic
Rogers, Alistair Brookhaven National Lab Wullschleger Improving the Representation of Arctic Photosynthesis in Earth System Models NGEE Arctic
Serbin, Shawn Brookhaven National Lab Stan Wullschleger Scaling plant physiology for Earth System Models (ESMs) NGEE Arctic
Yaseef, Naama Raz Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret S. Torn, LBNL Multi– scale evidence of CO2 and CH4 emissions during spring thaw from Northern Alaska NGEE Arctic
Chambers, Jeff Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Jeff Chambers Next Generation Ecosystem Experiments (NGEE) Tropics: Overview NGEE Tropics
Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Lab Jeff Chambers Improving understanding and modeling of hydrology– carbon interactions in NGEE, Tropics NGEE Tropics
Norby, Richard Oak Ridge National Lab Jeff Chambers Soil Biogeochemistry and Nutrient Constraints on Productivity within the NGEE– Tropics Research Program NGEE Tropics
Barkay, Tamar Rutgers University Tamar Barkay Mercury stable isotope exchange between dissolved Hg(0) and Hg(II)– thiol complexes SBR University Award
Jaffe, Peter Princeton University Peter R Jaffe Fate of Uranium in Wetlands: Impact of Drought followed by Re– flooding SBR University Award
Latta, Drew University of Iowa Michelle Scherer, University of Iowa Electron Transfer and Atom Exchange Between Fe(II) and Structural Fe(III) in Clays SBR University Award
Lovley, Derek University of Massachusetts Derek Lovley Seeing What a Microbe Sees: Real– Time Geochemical Monitoring with ‘Geo– Sense’ SBR University Award
Mailloux, Brian Barnard College Brian J. Mailloux Radiocarbon Signature of Microbial DNA and RNA from a Reducing Zone of a Floodplain aquifer, Rifle Colorado SBR University Award
Myneni, Satish Princeton University Satish C. B. Myneni Competitive Complexation of Mercury with Thiols from Natural Organic Matter and Bacterial Cell Envelopes SBR University Award
Pfiffner, Susan University of Tennessee Susan Pfiffner Anaeromyxobacter dehalogenans Strain 2CP– C Employs Distinct Metabolic Activities for Growth with Metal vs. Non– metal Electron Acceptors SBR University Award
Powell, Brian Clemson University Brian A. Powell Radionuclide Waste Disposal: Development of Multi– scale Experimental and Modeling Capabilities SBR University Award
Powell, Brian Clemson University Brian A. Powell Development of a Self– Consistent Model of Plutonium Sorption: Quantification of Sorption Enthalpy and Ligand– Promoted Dissolution SBR University Award
Santschi, Peter H. Texas A&M University Peter H. Santschi Plutonium Immobilization and Mobilization by Soil Organic Matter SBR University Award
Schaefer, Jeffra Rutgers University Jeffra K. Schaefer A comparison of Hg(II) uptake and accumulation between mercury methylating and non– methylating bacteria SBR University Award
Sharp, Jonathan Colorado School of Mines Jonathan O. Sharp Genomic and synchrotron based investigation of metal immobilization during fermentation– supported sulfate reduction SBR University Award
Tien, Ming Pennsylvania State University Ming Tien Characterization and Proteomic Analysis of Geobacter sulfurreducens PCA under Long, Term Electron– Donor Starvation SBR University Award
Anderson–Teixeira, Kristina Smithsonian Kristina Anderson–Teixeira Carbon Dynamics of Forest Recovery under a Changing Climate: Forcings, Feedbacks, and Implications for Earth System Modeling TES University Award
Bridgham, Scott University of Oregon Scott D. Bridgham, University of Oregon Initial Responses of Methane Cycling to Deep Peat Warming in a Minnesota Bog TES University Award
Cardon, Zoe Marine Biological Lab Zoe Cardon Dynamic effects of hydraulic redistribution on nutrient availability and ecosystem carbon pools. TES University Award
Cavaleri, Molly Michigan Technological University Molly Cavaleri, Michigan Technological University Tropical Response to Altered Climate Experiment (TRACE): adventures in warming a wet tropical forest in Puerto Rico TES University Award
Domec, Jean– Christophe North Carolina State University Jean– Christophe Domec Conversion of natural forests to managed forest plantations decreases tree resistance to prolonged droughts TES University Award
Dye, Dennis U.S. Geological Survey Dennis G. Dye What Regulates the Seasonality of Photosynthetic Metabolism in Tropical Forests? TES University Award
Eissenstat, David Pennsylvania State University David Eissenstat Exploring the Influence of Topography on Belowground C Processes at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory TES University Award
Fendorf, Scott Stanford University Scott Fendorf Spatial Variation in Microbial Processes Controlling Carbon Mineralization within Soils and Sediments TES University Award
Finzi, Adrien Boston University Adrien Finzi Effects of Experimental Warming and Elevated CO2 on Trace Gas Emissions from a Black Spruce Peatland [SPRUCE] TES University Award
Flower, Charles University of Illinois at Chicago Miquel A. Gonzalez– Meler Canopy Spectral Imaging (NDVI) As A Proxy Measurement Of Shrub Biomass And Ecosystem Carbon Fluxes Across Arctic Tundra Habitats TES University Award
Frasson, Renato P. D. M. Ohio State University Karina V.R. Schäfer How does the definition of plant functional types affect the modeling of carbon and water fluxes on a mixed pine/oak forest? TES University Award
Hinkle, Ross University of Central Florida C. Ross Hinkle Carbon Dynamics of the Greater Everglades Watershed and Implications of Climate Change TES University Award
Hobbie, Erik ESRC– EOS, University of New Hampshire Kirsten Hofmockel, Iowa State University Inferring peatland C and N dynamics from isotopic measurements in peat profiles at SPRUCE TES University Award
Hofmockel, Kirsten Iowa State University Kirsten Hofmockel Peatland topography influences microbial function at SPRUCE TES University Award
Hollinger, David USDA Forest Service David Y. Hollinger, USDA Forest Service Partitioning autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration at the Howland Forest TES University Award
Johnston, Miriam Harvard University Andrew Richardson Improving models to predict phenological responses to global change TES University Award
Keeling, Ralph Scripps Institution of Oceanography Ralph Keeling Measurements and modeling of CO2 concentration and isotopes to improve process, level understanding of Arctic and boreal carbon cycling TES University Award
Keller, Jason Chapman University Scott D. Bridgham; Jason K. Keller Initial Responses of Methane Cycling to Deep Peat Warming in a Minnesota Bog TES University Award
Kostka, Joel Georgia Institute of Technology Joel E. Kostka Toward a predictive understanding of the response of belowground microbial carbon turnover to climate change drivers in a boreal peatland. TES University Award
Krofcheck, Dan University of New Mexico Marcy Litvak Passive optical imagery for the rapid determination of above ground biomass and vegetation status in pinon–juniper woodlands TES University Award
Kueppers, Lara University of California, Merced Lara M. Kueppers Soil moisture constrains subalpine tree seedling physiology, recruitment, and population responses to warming across an elevation gradient TES University Award
Law, Beverly Oregon State University Beverly E. Law Carbon cycle dynamics in Oregon’s urban– suburban– forested– agricultural landscapes TES University Award
Lintner, Benjamin Rutgers University Jung– Eun Lee Ecophysiological controls on Amazonian precipitation seasonality and variability TES University Award
Litvak, Marcy University of New Mexico Marcy Litvak Eco– hydrological consequences of drought– induced forest mortality: an observational case study in pinon– juniper woodlands in the southwestern US TES University Award
Machmuller, Megan Colorado State University Matthew Wallenstein Tracking the fate of Arctic carbon in a rapidly changing ecosystem TES University Award
Munger, J William SEAS, Harvard University S. C. Wofsy Fluxes of CO2, CH4, CO, BVOCs, NOx, and O3 in an Old Growth Amazonian Forest TES University Award
Neumann, Rebecca University of Washington Rebecca Neumann Seasonal Oxygen Dynamics in a Thermokarst Bog in Interior Alaska: Implications for Rates of Methane Oxidation TES University Award
Oviedo Vargas, Diana NC State University David P. Genereux Effects of high– carbon regional groundwater on carbon transfers in a lowland rainforest:   groundwater to surface water to air TES University Award
Pitz, Scott Johns Hopkins J. Patrick Megonigal Methane Emissions from Upland Trees TES University Award
Raczka, Brett University of Utah David Bowling, University of Utah Testing the Community Land Model (CLM 4.5) 13C isotope simulations against high resolution observations within a subalpine forest at Niwot Ridge, Colorado TES University Award
Reed, Sasha U.S. Geological Survey Sasha C. Reed The long and the short of it: how distinct climate drivers are affecting different components of drylands over varied timescales TES University Award
Reich, Peter University of Minnesota Peter B Reich B4WarmED: Experimental warming and rainfall manipulation in a boreal ecotone reveal key responses and adjustments at plant, soil, and ecosystem scales TES University Award
Richardson, Curtis Duke University Curtis Richardson Phenolic Compounds and Black Carbon Feedback Controls on Peat Decomposition and Carbon Accumulation in southern Peatlands TES University Award
Saleska, Scott University of Arizona Scott Saleska Partitioning CO2 fluxes with isotopologue measurements and modeling to understand mechanisms of forest carbon sequestration TES University Award
Schaefer, Michael Stanford University Scott Fendorf, Stanford University Processes controlling carbon mineralization within periodic wetland soils TES University Award
Schuur, Edward Northern Arizona University Edward Schuur The impact of permafrost carbon loss on the carbon balance of an experimentally warmed tundra ecosystem TES University Award
Silver, Whendee University of California, Berkeley Whendee Silver Determining the Drivers of Redox Sensitive Biogeochemistry in Humid Tropical Forests TES University Award
Tharayil, Nishanth Clemson University Nishanth Tharayil Imparting molecular specificity to surface– modified polymeric probes for the selective capture of plant metabolites. TES University Award
Trowbridge, Amy Indiana University Amy M. Trowbridge Scratching the surface of belowground volatile emissions: A mechanistic and VOCational analysis TES University Award
Kemner, Ken Argonne National Lab K. M. Kemner The Argonne National Laboratory Subsurface Biogeochemical Research Program SFA: Fe and S Biogeochemistry in Redox Dynamic Environments SBR SFA
O'Loughlin, Edward Argonne National Lab Edward J. O'Loughlin Insights into Fe and S Biogeochemistry in Redox Dynamic Environments SBR SFA
Flynn, Theodore Argonne National Lab Kenneth Kemner (Argonne) Microbial Community Structure in Redox Dynamic Environments SBR SFA
Boyanov, Maxim Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Ken Kemner Update on the factors controlling the speciation of Hg and U in laboratory reactors, flow– through columns, and natural sediments SBR SFA
Hubbard, Susan Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Genome– to– Watershed Predictive Understanding of Terrestrial Environments: Overview of the LBNL SBR SFA 2.0 SBR SFA
Dafflon, Baptiste Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan S. Hubbard Geophysical– based Approaches for Quantifying the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Physicochemical and Hydraulic Properties that Influence the Biogeochemical Functioning of the Rifle CO Floodplain SBR SFA
Nico, Peter Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Sediment Associated Organic Matter Dynamics SBR SFA
Fox, Patricia Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Characterization of Natural Organic Matter in Low Organic Carbon Environments: Approaches and Implications for Reactivity SBR SFA
Conrad, Mark Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Isotopic Insights into Nitrogen Cycling in the Rifle Subsurface SBR SFA
Jewell, Talia Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Harry R. Beller Metatranscriptomic evidence of diverse chemolithoautotrophy in the Rifle (CO) subsurface relevant to C, S, N, and Fe cycling SBR SFA
Anantharaman, Karthik University of California, Berkeley Jillian F. Banfield Genome– resolved metagenomics provides a comprehensive view of microbial metabolism in the subsurface SBR SFA
Yabusaki, Steve Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Steve Yabusaki, PNNL GEWaSC Modeling of the Rifle Floodplain Aquifer: Hydrological, Biogeochemical, and Microbial Controls on Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen Fluxes SBR SFA
King, Eric Lawrence Berkeley National Lab  Genomes to Watershed LBNL SFA 2.0: Modeling Microbial Community Dynamics with Genome– Informed Trait– Based Models SBR SFA
Varadharajan, Charuleka Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan Hubbard Genomes to Watershed Data Management and Assimilation SBR SFA
Williams, Kenneth Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Susan S. Hubbard From Rifle to RMBL: MODEX activities at LBNL's new RMBL/East River field site SBR SFA
Kersting, Annie Lawrence Livermore National Lab Annie Kersting Environmental Transport of Plutonium: Biogeochemical Processes at Femtomolar Concentrations and Nanometer Scales TES SFA
Kersting, Annie Lawrence Livermore National Lab Annie Kersting Plutonium Sorption to Mineral Surfaces at Attomolar to Micromolar Concentrations TES SFA
Kersting, Annie Lawrence Livermore National Lab Annie Kersting Stabilization of Pu Surface Complexes on Mineral Colloids by Natural Organic Matter TES SFA
Kersting, Annie Lawrence Livermore National Lab Annie Kersting Direct and Indirect Microbial Interactions with Pu and Colloids TES SFA
Pierce, Eric Oak Ridge National Lab EM Pierce (LRM) Biogeochemical and Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Contaminant Transformation in the Environment TES SFA
Gu, Baohua Oak Ridge National Lab Eric Pierce Mechanisms and factors controlling photochemical transformation of mercury and net methylmercury formation in the aquatic environment TES SFA
Brooks, Scott Oak Ridge National Lab Eric Pierce Periphyton biofilms generate methylmercury in a contaminated creek system TES SFA
Neupane, Kosh Oak Ridge National Lab Eric Pierce Complex organic ligands affecting mercury uptake and methylation TES SFA
Parks, Jerry Oak Ridge National Lab Eric M. Pierce Toward Understanding the Biomolecular Mechanism of HgcA TES SFA
Johs, Alexander Oak Ridge National Lab Eric Pierce Reconstitution and spectroscopic characterization of the corrinoid protein HgcA TES SFA
Elias, Dwayne Oak Ridge National Lab Eric M. Pierce Development of Molecular Tools for the Accurate Assessment of Mercury Methylation Potentials in any Environment TES SFA
Zachara, John Pacific Northwest National Lab John Zachara Pacific Northwest National Laboratory SFA: Hydro– Biogeochemical Process Dynamics in the Groundwater– Surface Water Interaction Zone TES SFA
Scheibe, Tim Pacific Northwest National Lab John Zachara CLM-Agni-Akuna Integration Demonstration: A Community Platform for Uncertainty Quantification TES SFA
Liu, Chongxuan Pacific Northwest National Lab John Zachara Development of Genome– Informed Reaction Network and Dynamic Models for Simulating Biogeochemical Processes of Carbon, Nitrogen, Chromium and Technetium in Subsurface Systems TES SFA
Stegen, James Pacific Northwest National Lab John Zachara Coupled Microbial– Biogeochemical Responses to Groundwater– Surface Water Mixing TES SFA
Hou, Zhangshuan (Jason) Pacific Northwest National Lab John Zachara, PNNL Facies– based mapping of hydro– biogeochemical attributes to subsurface and surface water interaction zone at the Hanford site TES SFA
Chen, Xingyuan Pacific Northwest National Lab Xingyuan Chen Hydrogeophysical Data Assimilation for Characterizing Aquifer Heterogeneity at a Groundwater and River Water Interface TES SFA
Bargar, John SLAC John R. Bargar SLAC SFA: Coupled cycling of organic matter, uranium, and biogeochemical critical elements in subsurface systems TES SFA
Bargar, John SLAC John R. Bargar SLAC SFA: Biogeochemistry of U(IV) and carbon in organic– rich sediments in the upper Colorado River Basin TES SFA
Christopher, Francis Stanford University John R. Bargar SLAC SFA: Molecular mechanisms controlling U(IV) release from organic– rich sediments: role of nitrification and denitrification TES SFA
Fendorf, Scott Stanford University John R. Bargar Molecular pathways of U(VI) reduction in organic– rich sediments TES SFA
Francis, Christopher Stanford University John R. Bargar SLAC SFA: Molecular mechanisms controlling oxidative release of uranium from organic– rich sediments: role of nitrification and denitrification TES SFA
Jastrow, Julie Argonne National Lab Julie Jastrow ANL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA: Soil Organic Carbon Stocks and their Distributions across Ice– Wedge Polygons of Arctic Alaska TES SFA
Mishra, Umakant Argonne National Lab Umakant Mishra ANL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA: Capturing the spatial heterogeneity of soil organic carbon stocks using soil– forming factors TES SFA
Matamala, Roser Argonne National Lab Roser Matamala ANL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA: Characterizing organic matter quality and lability of Alaskan soils using mid infrared spectroscopy TES SFA
Tas, Neslihan Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn (LBNL) LBNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA , Mysteries of the deep: Impact of warming on microbiology and carbon cycling in deep soils. TES SFA
Torn, Margaret Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn LBNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA: Belowground carbon cycling TES SFA
Georgiou, Katerina University of California, Berkeley Margaret S. Torn (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) LBNL TES SFA: Emergent responses of soil C dynamics to seasonal variability in nonlinear SOM– microbial models TES SFA
Riley, William Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Margaret Torn Explicitly representing microbes, enzymes, mineral interactions, and tracer transport to predict depth– resolved SOM stocks and turnover under warming: A component of the LBNL TES SFA TES SFA
Hanson, Paul Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson ORNL’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science – €œ Scientific Focus Area (TES SFA): A 2015 Overview TES SFA
Hanson, Paul Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson SPRUCE Deep Peatland Heating: System Performance and Measured “Ecosystem” Net Surface CO2 and CH4 Responses TES SFA
Griffiths, Natalie Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Responses of peat porewater chemistry to deep peat warming in a northern peatland TES SFA
Iversen, Colleen Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson (ORNL) and Dan Ricciuto (ORNL) Just beneath the surface: The distribution and dynamics of fine roots in a forested peat bog TES SFA
Warren, Jeff Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Ecophysiology and water relations of Picea mariana within an ombrotrophic bog TES SFA
Shi, Xiaoying Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Representing northern peatland microtopography and hydrology within the Community Land Model TES SFA
Ricciuto, Daniel Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Sensitivity of Community Land Model carbon fluxes and biomass to parameters TES SFA
Mayes, Melanie Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Improving Soil C Dynamic Models Through the Incorporation of Microbial Processes TES SFA
Yang, Xiaojuan Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Influence of phosphorus cycle coupling on land model response to CO2 fertilization and climate variability TES SFA
Gu, Lianhong Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Climate variability as a key factor for model improvement: insights from observed and modeled ecosystem functional responses to precipitation regimes and associated stresses in a central US forest TES SFA
Gu, Lianhong Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson Predictors and mechanisms of the drought– influenced mortality of tree species along the isohydric to anisohydic continuum in a decade– long study of a central US temperate forest TES SFA
Wang, Dali Dali Wang A Scientific Function Test Framework for Modular Environmental Model Development: Application to the Community TES SFA
Walker, Anthony Oak Ridge National Lab Richard Norby The Impact of Elevated CO2 on Plant Production Responses to Drought: A Model– Data Comparison at Four US FACE Sites. TES SFA
Andres, Robert Oak Ridge National Lab Robert Andres Temporal, Spatial, and Uncertainty Aspects of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Fossil Fuel Combustion: Highlights of the Last Year of TES Funding TES SFA
Hook, Les Oak Ridge National Lab Paul Hanson ORNL’s TES SFA Data Management in Support of MODEX to Facilitate Data Sharing and Analyses TES SFA