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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: A Review 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 critical elements 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 nutrient transport Stanford Univ Hydrology SBR A 183
LindsayBearup Observing and modeling snow processes across spatial and temporal scales in 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 Respiration across Spatial Scales Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL TES B 106
NicholasBouskill Spatial and temporal dynamics of carbon and nitrogen within a mountainous watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR B 159
MaximBoyanov Using x-ray spectroscopy to define the interplay between Fe, S, and U dynamics in batch reactors and flow-through columns Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR B 212
KristinBoye SLAC SFA: Hydrologically driven process coupling between biogeochemical cycles 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/biotic processes at upwelling groundwater interfaces US Geological Survey Watershed SBR D 162
EoinBrodi Ecohydrological Controls on Watershed Function: Quantifying Dynamic Surface-Subsurface Interactions Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR C 152
ScottBrooks Measurement and Modeling of Methylmercury Production in Periphyton Biofilms 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 Headwater Catchment Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 158
KelseyCarter Plant Physiological Thermal Acclimation of Understory Shrubs in a Puerto Rican Tropical Rainforest Michigan Technological Univ TES Student TES D 116
MollyCavaleri Tropical rain forest biogeochemistry in a warmer world: results from a novel 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 ENSO Event: 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 Soil Properties and Ecosystem Functioning at Relevant Scales Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 6
KristenDeAngelis Resolving Conflicting Physical and Biochemical Feedbacks to Climate in Response 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-term datasets 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 Molecular to the Watershed Scale Univ of Michigan Mercury SBR C 193
SigridDengel Characterization And Partitioning Of CH4 And CO2 Eddy Flux Data Measured Near Utqiagvik, Alaska Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 7
JamesEhleringer Confronting the Community Land Model Against Atmospheric CO2 and Biospheric Datasets in the Western U.S. Univ of Utah Flux TES A 71
DavidEissenstat Influence of topography on soil respiration in the Susquehanna-Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Penn State Univ Soils/BGC TES C 107
DwayneElias Application of hgcAB Biomarker Detection and Characterization in the Environment Oak Ridge Natl Lab ORNL SBR SFA SBR C 189
DwayneElias Assessment of Microbial Community Responses Towards a Model Synthetic Community 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 & Energy Genomics Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab - Joint Genome Institute User Facility User Facility H1
YilinFang Assessing development needs in Earth System Models by hydrological modeling 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 Cycling During 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 forest soils Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab Tropical TES C 99
AdrienFinzi Effects of Experimental Warming & Elevated CO2 on Trace Gas Emissions from 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 and Sulfur Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR D 214
JenniferFraterrigo Arctic Shrub Expansion, Plant Functional Trait Variation, and Effects on Belowground 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 Permeable Riverbed 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 Mechanisms Governing 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 River Dynamics 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) A 2017 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 Physical Process 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: regional differences, post-fire trends, and time-series effects Univ of Maine Arctic TES C 31
JeffHeikoop Macrotopographic Controls on Surface Water and Active Layer Chemistry in the 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 explains observed 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 subtropical Florida 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 Support Publications, Synthesis, And Modeling Tasks Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 37
AnyaHopple How Does Whole Ecosystem Warming of a Peatland Affect Methane Production? 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-alpine Catchment 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 in Amazon forest Pacific Northwest Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES B 86
MaoyiHuang Quantifying Stream-Aquifer-Land Interactions Along the Columbia River Corridor Using Integrated Modeling and Observations Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR C 176
SusanHubbard Watershed Function SFA: Hydrological and Biogeochemical Dynamics from Genomes to Watershed Scales Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR A 150
ValeriyIvanov Understanding the Response of Photosynthetic Metabolism in Tropical Forests 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 layer thickening under future climate Argonne Natl Lab ANL SFA TES D 24
DanielJohnson Improving Plant Functional Types in Earth System Models: Pan-Tropical Analysis of Tree Survival across Environmental Gradients Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES C 79
TimJohnson Interactions Between River Stage Dynamics and Physical Setting on Hydrologic 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 Research Program 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 and Dataset 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 Terrestrial Ecosystem Modeling Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES A 38
RyanKnox Software Developments in the Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem 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 ecosystem scale. 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 Forest Harvest and Conversion of Non-Food Crops to Poplar Oregon State Univ Flux TES B 72
Jung-EunLee Ecophysiological Controls on Amazonian Precipitation Seasonality and Variability Brown Univ Tropical TES A 93
EmmanualLeger Investigating Bedrock Through Canopy Structure, Organization and Connectivity of an Arctic Watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 13
MarcosLongo Recovery time of carbon, structure and functioning of degraded forests in the 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-elevation watershed Stanford Univ Watershed SBR A 163
HelenMalenda Real rivers have curves: Meander-scale field investigation of linkages between fluvial geomorphology, dynamic hydrology, and patterns of hyporheic exchange Colorado School of Mines SBR Student Student D 222
AvniMalhotra Whole Ecosystem Warming at SPRUCE: Variable Fine-Root Response of Plant Functional Types Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES C 40
JiafuMao Detection and Attribution of the Terrestrial Runoff in the Conterminous United States Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES D 41
JiafuMao To What Extent Can Variability of Tropical Vegetation Growth Be Predicted Using 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 spectroscopy techniques 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 and Scientific Applications Univ of Minnesota SPRUCE SFA TES A 42
NateMcDowell Results of the first TES Early Career Award: understanding and simulating drought-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 and Interpretation at AmeriFlux Network Sites Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab AmeriFlux TES A 67
SallyMcFarlane The DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Facility (ARM) Climate Research 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 of North America Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 14
UmakantMishra Observed and modeled spatial distribution of uncertainties in Alaskan soi carbon 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 anaerobic environments Stanford Univ - SLAC SLAC SBR SFA SBR C 201
HannahNaughton Metabolic Constraints on Carbon Oxidation Impacting Metal Cycling and Greenhouse Gas Production Stanford Univ SBR Student Student A 223
RobinsonNegrón-Juárez Tropical Forest Recovery Following Disturbances: A Remote Sensing Approach Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Tropics TES D 84
RebeccaNeumann Rain Promotes Methane Production & Methane Oxidation in a Thermokarst Bog in Interior Alaska Univ of Washington Arctic TES B 30
MichelleNewcomer Geomorphic Controls on Riparian and River Geochemistry in the East River Watershed Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab LBNL SBR SFA SBR D 153
VincentNoel SLAC SFA: Redox constraints on shallow alluvial sediments: Implications for U mobility SLAC Natl Accelerator Lab SLAC SBR SFA SBR A 199
EdwardO’Loughlin Electron Shuttle Effects on Iron(III) Reduction, Methane Production, and Microbial Community Dynamics Argonne Natl Lab ANL SBR SFA SBR C 213
PeggyO'Day Experimental and modeling investigation of the impact of atmospheric ally deposited phosphorus on terrestrial soil nutrient and carbon cycling, and ecosystem 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 in soil 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 Experimental and 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 across geographic 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 of Reactive Oxides of Nitrogen Indiana Univ Watershed SBR A 171
SashaReed Carbon and energy: Climate-induced community shifts and dryland feedbacks to future climate U.S. Geological Survey Soils/BGC TES C 111
PeterReich Eight years of lessons from B4WarmED: tree responses to warming and rainfall manipulation in a boreal ecotone Univ of Minnesota SPRUCE Boreal TES C 60
DanielRicciuto Methods and Initial Results for A Model Intercomparison Study in A Northern Peatland Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 43
AndrewRichardson Measuring and Modeling the Size and Temporal Dynamics of Nonstructural Carbohydrate 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 from Minnesota to Peru Duke Univ Wetland Center SPRUCE Boreal TES A 62
WilliamRiley Modeled Nitrogen Dynamics in the NGEE-Arctic Polygonal Tundra Landscape at Barrow, Alaska Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 15
WilliamRiley Modeling the response of soil carbon decomposition and stocks to warming with 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 High Arctic Brookhaven Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES D 16
JoelRowland Hydrologic and geomorphic controls on floodplain erosion and carbon dynamics 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 on Mobilization/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 experimentally warmed 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 soil-redox 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 for Mercury Biogeochemistry Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville Mercury SBR D 194
Hyun-SeobSong Functional Enzyme-Based Approach for Modeling Aerobic Respiration Processes 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 Inundation History 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 steam girdling College of Charleston Soils/BGC TES D 112
NeslihanTas Metagenomic Insights into Microbial Communities and Functions across Arctic Polygonal Grounds Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES C 19
NeslihanTas LBNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science SFA - Impact of warming on microbiology 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 Tundra Processes 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 carbon cycling 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 tree growth 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 Forest Biomass 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 Testing Framework Oak Ridge Natl Lab SPRUCE SFA TES B 47
GangshengWang Migrating FLOTRAN Reaction Network From NGEE Arctic into ACME Through a Generic Biogeochemistry Interface Oak Ridge Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES A 21
GangshengWang Soil Moisture Drives Microbial Controls on Carbon Decomposition in Two Subtropical 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 and adjacent watersheds, Colorado US Geological Survey Watershed SBR A 167
EricWard Ecophysiology at SPRUCE: Impacts of Whole Ecosystem Warming and Elevated 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 biogeochemistry models 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 Seward Peninsula, Alaska Los Alamos Natl Lab NGEE Arctic TES B 22
RachelWilson Organic Carbon Decomposition Under Elevated Peat Warming and CO2 Conditions at SPRUCE. Florida State Univ SPRUCE Boreal TES C 56
BrettWolfe Seasonal Fluxes in the Contribution of Stored Water to the Transpiration Stream: 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 during the 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 Predictive Uncertainty in Environmental Modeling Florida State Univ Watershed SBR B 172
XuesongZhang Cumulative Effects of River Corridor Hydrobiogeochemical Processes on Watershed Functioning Pacific Northwest Natl Lab PNNL SBR SFA SBR A 175
JianqiuZheng The Importance of Soil pH in Controlling Organic Carbon Transformations in Arctic 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 Biogeochemical Transformations 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     Student    
Erica Woodburn IDEAS Use Case I: Improved process representation in watershed models across scales through software interoperability and productivity