- Radiocarbon Data Synthesis.
Lawrence-Berkeley Nat'l Lab, 20-21 July 2011. Organizers: M. Torn, L. Nave.
Twenty-three international scientists met to initiate a 14C data
synthesis project, plan research directions and products to be developed from
the data synthesis. Click to read the
Eos meeting report or the
- Soil Carbon
Experiments. Loveland, CO,
13-15 July 2010.
Organizers: M. Ryan, C. Giardina, C. Swanston, L. Brandt. Sixteen U.S.
scientists met to discuss the state of knowledge, network a collection of
experimental sites, and plan a synthesis paper. (attendee
- Alaska Deep Soil C Project.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 4 March 2009. Organizers: K. Johnson, J.
Harden, A.D. McGuire. Eleven scientists met to plan and initiate data synthesis
and archiving. (Click here
for an Eos meeting report or
here for attendee list and additional information)
AGU Fall Meeting 2011: 14C in Terrestrial
Ecology: Reductionism to Synthesis. One oral and one poster session
at the 2011 AGU FM, 5-9 December in San Francisco. The oral session
(B24A) occured on Tuesday 6 December, while the poster session
(B31A) was on Wednesday 7 December. Log into the
AGU Scientific Program webpage and search for the session if you
wish to read abstracts.
Fire effects on temperate forest soil C&N: Results of a
large-scale meta-analysis that quantifies the effects of this
disturbance on soil C and N storage (presented at SSSA 2011 by L.
Big data and global soil change: A presentation highlighting how large
datasets can answer large-scale questions, and what the NSCN has to do with
these issues (presented at AGU 2010 by L. Nave)
NSCN database development: A demonstration of the Alaska Deep Soil Carbon
Database, a prototype for the NSCN's ongoing database efforts (from the AGU 2010
Town Hall Meeting; presented by C. Swanston, K. Johnson, J. Harden, and L.
NSCN database development: A poster overview of NSCN data synthesis
activities, past, present and future (presented at the 2011 NACP meeting by
by C. Swanston)
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