30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences

: 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

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Monday, 28 May 2012

5:00 PM-7:00 PM: Monday, 28 May 2012


Registration Opens
Location: Isabella Stewart Gardner (Omni Parker House)

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

7:30 AM-5:30 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Registration continues throughout the conference
Location: Isabella Stewart Gardner (Omni Parker House)

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Recording files available
Joint Session 1
Methane Emissions from Managed and Unmanaged Ecosystems, Part I
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: D.K. McDermitt, LI-COR Biosciences

Papers:
  8:30 AM
 
J1.2
Observations of Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Restored Wetlands in the Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta, California, USA

  9:15 AM
A Decade of Study on Carbon Dioxide Exchange and Methane Emission at Paddy Field in Central Japan
Akira Miyata, National Institute for Agro-Envrinmental Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan; and M. Mano, K. Ono, T. Fumoto, T. Takimoto, and G. H. Han

  9:30 AM
Factors Influencing Microbial Gas Production Rates in a Constructed Wetland Ecosystem
Paula Mouser, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; and M. Brooker, W. J. Mitsch, and G. Bohrer

  9:45 AM

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Coffee Break

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Recording files available
Joint Session 2
20 years of Forest/ Atmosphere Exchange Research in New England, Part I
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: J. William Munger, Harvard University

Papers:
  10:30 AM
Net Carbon exchange and biomass accumulation as a function of species composition and stand age at the Harvard Forest in central Massachusetts
J. William Munger, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and L. Werden, J. Hadley, D. R. Foster, A. Barker-Plotkin, and S. C. Wofsy

  10:45 AM
  11:00 AM
Monitoring Forest Carbon Dynamics Using Echidna@ Ground-based LIDAR
Tian Yao, Boston University, Boston, MA; and X. Yang, A. Strahler, C. Schaaf, Z. Li, C. Woodcock, D. Jupp, D. Culvenor, J. Lovell, and G. Newnham

  11:15 AM
Sub-canopy Emissions of VOCs in a Mixed Forest at Borden Ontario
Mark Gordon, Environment Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada; and A. Vlasenko, R. M. Staebler, J. Liggio, S. M. Li, and S. Brown

  11:45 AM
Using model-data fusion to interpret past trends, and quantify uncertainties in future projections, of terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycling
Trevor F. Keenan, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and E. A. Davidson, A. Moffat, J. W. Munger, and A. D. Richardson

12:00 PM-1:20 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Lunch Break

1:20 PM-3:15 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Recording files available
Joint Session 3
Session Honoring the Contribution of Raymond Desjardins to Biometeorology, Part I
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Elizabeth Pattey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Papers:
  1:20 PM
Introductory Remarks by Dr. Byong-Lyol LEE, President CAgM of WMO

  1:30 PM
Global Modeling, Field Campaigns, Upscaling and Ray Desjardins
Piers J. Sellers, NASA, Greembelt, MD; and F. G. Hall

  2:10 PM
Land-surface-atmosphere-climate coupling
Alan K. Betts, Atmospheric Research, Pittsford, VT

  2:30 PM
Thirty Years of Airborne Flux Measurement using the NRC Twin Otter
Ramesh Srinivasan, National Research Council, Canada., Ottawa, ON, Canada; and I. MacPherson, R. L. Desjardins, E. Pattey, D. Worth, D. Marcotte, M. Bastian, and P. H. Schuepp

  2:50 PM
Capturing All Relevant Scales of Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange – the Enigmatic Energy Balance Closure Problem
Matthias Mauder, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany

3:15 PM-3:45 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Coffee Break

3:45 PM-5:25 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Recording files available
Joint Session 4
Session Honoring the Contribution of Raymond Desjardins to Biometeorology, Part II
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Elizabeth Pattey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Papers:
  4:05 PM
Limitations of Light Use Efficiency Models for Upscaling the CO2 Flux from Tower to Region
Jing M. Chen, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; and F. Zhang, M. Sprintsin, W. Ju, G. Mo, and J. Liu

  4:25 PM
Measurement of DDTs Fluxes from a Recently Dicofol-Treated Cotton Field with Relaxed Eddy Accumulation Technique
Tong Zhu, Peking University, Beijing, China; and H. Pan, X. Qiu, L. Kang, J. Li, P. Zhao, and B. Yao

  5:05 PM
Airborne Flux Measurement of Agricultural Methane Emissions
R. L. Desjardins, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; and D. Worth, E. Pattey, M. Mauder, R. Srinivasan, D. Worthy, C. Sweeney, and S. Metzger

5:30 PM-6:00 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Mixer sponsored by LI-COR Biosciences
Location: Rooftop Ballroom (Omni Parker House)

6:00 PM-7:30 PM: Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Conference Banquet
Location: Rooftop Ballroom (Omni Parker House)

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Recording files available
1
Transport and Dispersion within and Above Canopies, Part I
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: April L. Hiscox, University of South Carolina

Papers:
  8:30 AM
1.1
Analytical Analysis of Energy Transfer within Canopies over Complex Terrain
Chuixiang Yi, Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing, NY; and J. Wang

http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/~cyi/Yi-lab-1.htm

Poster PDF (8.1 MB)

  8:45 AM
1.2
Mechanistic Analysis of Thermo-topographic Flows in Forested Terrain
Xiyan Xu, The Graduate Center and Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing, NY; and C. Yi

  9:00 AM
1.3
Wind Tunnel Analysis of the 3D Adjustment of a Passive Scalar Across and Downwind of a Forest Edge
Margi Bohm, University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, Australia; and I. Harman and J. Finnigan

  9:30 AM
1.5
Wind Tunnel Analysis of 3D Fine Scale Momentum Adjustment Across and Downwind of a Forest Edge
Stuart Nulty, University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, Australia; and M. Bohm, I. Harman, J. Finnigan, and B. A. Gardiner

  9:45 AM
1.6
Measurements and Large-Eddy Simulations of Particulate Matter Dispersion Over a Vegetative Wind-break
William T. Kenny, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; and R. Frasson, G. Bohrer, E. Chatziefstratiou, L. Hadlocon, B. Wyslouzil, L. Zhao, and W. E. Eichinger

Recording files available
Joint Session 5
20 years of Forest/ Atmosphere Exchange Research in New England, Part II
Location: Kennedy Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: J. William Munger, Harvard University

Papers:
  8:30 AM
Response of Ecosystem Phenology to Anomalous Spring Warmth in the Northeastern United States in 2010
Mark A. Friedl, Boston University, Boston, MA; and K. Hufkens, E. K. Melaas, A. D. Richardson, J. O'Keefe, and A. Bailey

  8:45 AM
Determining phenological controls on ecosystem productivity among multiple biomes using digital cameras and eddy covariance data
Michael Toomey, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and A. D. Richardson, O. Sonnentag, K. Hufkens, M. Friedl, S. Frolking, and T. Milliman

  9:00 AM
Comparison of phenology dates in deciduous forests from near-surface and remote sensing
Stephen Klosterman, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and K. Hufkens, M. A. Friedl, I. Lavine, T. Milliman, O. Sonnentag, S. Frolking, and A. D. Richardson

  9:15 AM
Effects of changes in the winter snowpack on water and carbon fluxes in a temperate hardwood forest
Pamela H. Templer, Boston University, Boston, MA; and N. G. Phillips, M. Friedl, and A. B. Reinmann

  9:30 AM
Biologically driven fluxes of H2, COS, and CO2 across a temperate forest snowpack
Laura K. Meredith, MIT, Cambridge, MA; and J. McLaren, R. Commane, J. W. Munger, S. C. Wofsy, and R. G. Prinn

  9:45 AM
Forest fluxes of carbonyl sulfide (OCS): the balance between photosynthetic and soil uptake
Roisin Commane, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and L. K. Meredith, J. McLaren, J. W. Munger, S. C. Wofsy, and M. S. Zahniser

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Coffee Break

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Recording files available
Joint Session 6
Tall Tower Research on Surface-Atmosphere Exchange
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Monique Leclerc, The University of Georgia
CoChair: Henrique F. Duarte, The University of Georgia

Papers:
  10:30 AM
Interpreting concentration measurements above bare and forested surfaces in the presence of a nocturnal low-level jet
Andrey Sogachev, Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark; and M. Y. Leclerc and H. E. Jřrgensen

  10:45 AM
Setup of a CO2 and CH4 measurement system in Central Siberia and modeling of its results
Jan Winderlich, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry (now at Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany), Jena, Germany; and C. Gerbig, H. Chen, O. Kolle, J. V. Lavric, C. Roedenbeck, K. Trusilova, M. Heimann, A. Panov, M. Sasakawa, T. Machida, X. Chi, and M. O. Andreae

  11:00 AM
Uncovering mechanisms of episodic methane sources observed by a very tall eddy covariance tower
Ankur R. Desai, University of Wisconsin‐Madison, Madison, WI; and W. Wang and B. D. Cook

http://flux.aos.wisc.edu

  11:15 AM
Environmental control of forest ecosystem δ13CO2 discrimination
David Y. Hollinger, USDA Forest Service, Durham, NH; and C. T. Lai, W. J. Massman, K. L. Clark, K. Novick, F. Meinzer, and K. Bible

  11:30 AM
Flux of water vapor and carbon dioxide from a tall tower in a complex landscape
Robert J. Kurzeja, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC; and M. Y. Leclerc and M. J. Parker

12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Lunch Break

1:30 PM-3:15 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Recording files available
2
Environmental Influences on Ecosystem Processes
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Benjamin N. Sulman, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Papers:
  1:30 PM
2.1
The measurement of leaf litter water content in a deciduous forest
Tim Wilson, NOAA/ERL/ARL/ATDD, Oak Ridge, TN; and J. Kochendorfer, M. Heuer, K. Sloop, J. Miller, and T. P. Meyers

  1:45 PM
2.2
Scaling water use of perennial grasses from the plot to Midwestern U.S
Carl J. Bernacchi, USDA, Urbana, IL; and A. VanLoocke, M. Zeri, and T. E. Twine

  2:00 PM
2.3
  2:15 PM
2.4
  2:30 PM
2.5
  2:45 PM
2.6
Development of a Ray-Tracing Based Canopy Radiation Model
Brian N. Bailey, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; and R. Stoll, E. R. Pardyjak, S. Halverson, and P. Willemsen

  3:00 PM
2.7
Impact of changing sky conditions on light regimes and carbon uptake by terrestrial ecosystems
Andrew Oliphant, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA; and D. Dragoni

Recording files available
Joint Session 7
Emission, Deposition and Transport of Reactive Nitrogen in Natural and Managed Ecosystems
Location: Kennedy Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Raluca Ellis, Harvard University

Papers:
  1:30 PM
Annual pattern of ammonia emissions from CAFO hog waste lagoons in Oklahoma
Richard H. Grant, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, Indiana; and M. T. Boehm, A. J. Heber, B. W. Bogan, and J. C. Ramirez-Dorronsoro

  1:45 PM
Coupling of an agro-ecosystem and air-quality model to link atmospheric particulate matter, nitrogen deposition and short term climate forcers to agricultural activities
Jesse O. bash, EPA, Durham, NC; and E. J. Cooter, R. L. Dennis, R. Pinder, G. R. Jeong, D. K. Henze, K. Cady-Pereira, M. W. Shephard, and M. Luo

  2:30 PM
Dry deposition of particulate nitrogen in a broadleaf forest: The importance of the coarse mode
Alexandre Petroff, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; and J. G. Murphy, S. C. Thomas, and J. A. Geddes

  2:45 PM
Transport and deposition of reactive nitrogen in Rocky Mountain National Park
Katherine B. Benedict, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and D. Day, F. M. Schwandner, S. M. Kreidenweis, B. A. Schichtel, W. C. Malm, and J. L. Collett Jr.

  3:00 PM
The chemical and emission footprint of nitrogen deposition in biodiversity hotspots
Fabien Paulot, Harvard University, Cambdrige, MA; and D. K. Henze and D. J. Jacob

3:15 PM-3:45 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Coffee Break

3:45 PM-5:30 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Recording files available
3
Transport and dispersion within and above canopies, Part II
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: April L. Hiscox, University of South Carolina

Papers:
  4:00 PM
3.2
The Link between Coherent Structures and Particle Transport in Canopy Flows
Brian N. Bailey, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; and R. Stoll, E. R. Pardyjak, and W. Mahaffee

Poster PDF (3.2 MB)

 
3.3
Biology Meets Turbulence: Effects of Convective Eddies on Pollen Dispersion and Viability

  4:30 PM
3.4
Influence of shade trees on radiation and wind regimes in agroforestry
Oleg Panferov, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany; and A. Sogachev, B. Bayel, P. Propastin, and A. Knohl

  4:45 PM
3.5
Estimating a Lagrangian Length Scale using Measurements of Carbon Dioxide in a Corn and a Forest Canopy
Shannon Brown, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; and J. S. Warland, E. Santos, R. M. Staebler, C. Wagner-Riddle, and P. A. Bartlett

  5:00 PM
3.6
An Experimental Study of Momentum and Heavy Particle Transport in a Row-Oriented Agricultural Canopy
Nathan E. Miller, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and A. Gould, R. Stoll, W. Mahaffee, and E. R. Pardyjak

  5:15 PM
3.7
Wind Influences on the Dispersion of Aerosols Emitted from Pre- and Post-Harvest Sugarcane Field Burning Practices
April L. Hiscox, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC; and J. J. Wang, S. Viator, and R. Sheffield

Recording files available
Joint Session 8
Integrating Measurements and Models of Ecosystem Processes, Part I
Location: Kennedy Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Monika Kopacz, NOAA

Papers:
  3:45 PM
Carbon exchange following conversion from perennial to annual crops at a Canadian prairie site
Brian D. Amiro, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; and T. Fraser, A. Taylor, and J. Rapai

  4:00 PM
Modelling the daily soil respiration of an Irish cropland incorporating aboveground biomass as a variable
Anne-Katrin Prescher, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; and B. Osborne

  4:15 PM
Modeling Carbon Dioxide Flux over a Cropland Using Artificial Neural Networks
Babak Safa, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE; and T. J. Arkebauer, A. Suyker, and S. Irmak

  4:30 PM
Effects of management practices on greenhouse gas exchanges in boreal forests in Sweden
Anders Lindroth, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; and P. Vestin, M. Mölder, E. Sundqvist, M. Hellström, A. Bĺth, L. Klemedtsson, and P. Weslien

  4:45 PM
Controls on carbon dioxide flux through snow in forested and clearcut ecosystems
Paul Stoy, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT; and F. A. Rains, C. Welch, and J. G. Evans

  5:00 PM
Inter-annual variability of carbon exchange in Mediterranean shrubland ecosystem
Donatella Spano, University of Sassari; CMCC, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change, Sassari, Italy; and C. Sirca, S. Marras, P. Zara, A. Arca, and P. Duce

5:30 PM-7:00 PM: Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Joint Poster Session 1
General Poster Session
Location: Rooftop Ballroom (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )

Papers:
 
1
Assessing the MODIS snow albedo products over tundra burn regimes
Zhuosen Wang, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA; and C. B. Schaaf, M. Chopping, A. H. Strahler, J. Wang, M. Román, A. V. Rocha, and Y. Shuai

 
2
Evaluating Temperature Vegetation Dryness Index (TVDI) Using Various Vegetation Indices in Multiple Spatial Resolutions
Yun Yang, University of Massachussets Boston, Boston, MA; and Z. Wang, C. B. Schaaf, D. E. Tenenbaum, E. M. Douglas, L. R. Hutyra, S. M. Racitt, and P. Rao

 
3
Estimating actual evapotranspiration in a semiarid region by simple remote sensing techniques
Inge Sandholt, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen K, Denmark; and P. Ceccato, A. Ines, and M. Garcia

 
4
Assessment of Spatial Representativeness of 53 Fluxnet Sites Used to Validate the MODIS Albedo Product
Xiaoyuan Yang, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA; and J. Kim, C. B. Schaaf, M. Román, Z. Wang, A. H. Strahler, A. Cescatti, R. B. Cook, B. E. Law, and A. Richardson

Poster PDF (1.6 MB)

 
5
Spatially and Temporally Complete Global Snow-free MODIS Albedo and Reflectance Anisotropy Products
Qingsong Sun, Boston University, Boston, MA; and Z. Wang, Q. Zhang, F. Zhao, C. B. Schaaf, A. H. Strahler, M. D. King, S. Platnick, and E. Moody

 
6
Quantifying precipitation and land-surface temperature controls on the vegetation dynamics of the semi-arid tropical high Andes based on remote sensing data

 
7
N2O fluxes and the coupling with CO2 fluxes in agroecosystems
Jianwu Tang, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA; and M. Cui

 
8
Seasonal and inter-annual variability of carbon budgets of a winter wheat field
Marius Schmidt, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Juelich, Germany; and T. G. Reichenau, P. Fiener, and K. Schneider

Poster PDF (707.5 kB)

 
9
Net Ecosystem Exchange of Switchgrass in Southern Ontario
Elke Eichelmann, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; and C. Wagner-Riddle and J. Warland

 
10
Comparing Flux Measurements Across Scale in a Central Plains Grassland
Nathan Wendt, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS; and N. A. Brunsell

 
11
Estimating ammonia fluxes from livestock operations using a network of conditionally-deployed diffusive samplers and inverse modeling
Jay Ham, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and C. Williams and K. Shonkwiler-Arnold

 
12
Does Fall Anhydrous Ammonia Lead to Greater Nitrous Oxide Emissions Than Spring Addition?
Tek Sapkota, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; and M. Tenuta, M. Gervais, and B. Amiro

Poster PDF (927.7 kB)

 
13
Carbon Sequestration Monitoring In a Typical Mediterranean Vineyard
Serena Marras, University of Sassari; CMCC, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change, Sassari, Italy; and C. Sirca, M. Carta, P. Duce, A. Arca, P. Zara, V. Bacciu, and D. Spano

 
14
Inter-row evapotranspiration in arid and humid wine-grape vineyards
J. L. Heitman, NC State University, Raleigh, NC; and N. Agam, A. Ben-Gal, J. Havlin, A. Howard, S. Holland, D. Kool, and T. J. Sauer

 
15
Temporal and spatial variation of radiative and non-radiative energy fluxes in agricultural fields and urban area
Keumah Kahng, Korea Meteorological Administration, Seoul, South Korea; and Y. S. Park, T. H. Kwon, M. Kim, G. H. Kim, and Y. J. Choi

 
16
Evaluation of five thermal time models for modelling spring wheat phenological development on the Canadian Prairies
Manasah S. Mkhabela, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; and G. Ash, M. Grenier, and P. R. Bullock

Manuscript (248.7 kB)

Poster PDF (578.2 kB)

 
17
A New Approach to Assess CO2/H2O Exchange: The Chilean Mediterranean Savanna Ecosystem Carbon Assimilation Efficiency
Nicolas E. Bambach, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA; and N. Raab, F. Bravo-Martinez, F. J. Meza, and K. T. Paw U

 
18
Regional Approaches to Climate Change (REACCH) in the Inland Pacific Northwest: Eddy Covariance Flux Measurements for High and Low Rainfall Wheat Cropping Systems
Sarah R. Waldo, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and J. Chi, S. Pressley, E. Allwine, P. O'Keeffe, D. Huggins, B. Pan, C. Stockle, B. Carlson, D. Uberuaga, and B. Lamb

 
19
Long-term Carbon Flux Measurements Above a Mixed Forest at Borden, Ontario
Norma J. Froelich, EC, Toronto, ON, Canada; and R. M. Staebler, A. G. Barr, and P. A. Bartlett

 
20
Carbon and energy exchange in a recently burned Jack Pine forest, Quebec, Canada
Kelly A. Nugent, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, Canada; and I. B. Strachan

 
21
2003-2010 Fire season and extreme fire events occurred in Sardinia Island (Italy): a focus on carbon loss and greenhouse gas emission
Valentina Bacciu, University of Sassari; CMCC, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change, IAFENT Division, Sassari, Italy; and M. Salis, G. Pellizzaro, B. Arca, P. Duce, and D. Spano

 
22
Controls on Soil Respiration in a Deciduous Mixedwood Forest, Borden, Ontario
Paul A. Bartlett, Environment Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada; and R. M. Staebler, N. Froelich, M. A. Arain, K. Chang, S. Brown, M. Halliday, E. Santos, and J. S. Warland

 
23
Contribution of Soil CO2 flux to Ecosystem Respiration in Dry Dipterocarp Forest, Western Thailand
Phongthep Hanpattanakit, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand; and M. Sanwangsri, A. Chidthaisong, and M. Y. Leclerc

 
24
Impacts of a reduced winter snowpack on soil and stem carbon dioxide fluxes in a temperate hardwood forest
Andrew B. Reinmann, Boston University, Boston, MA; and P. H. Templer

 
25
Measuring and Monitoring Biomass and Biomass Change Using Three-dimensional Forest Reconstructions Assembled from Ground-Based Full-Waveform Lidar Scans
Xiaoyuan Yang, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA; and T. Yao, Z. Li, C. B. Schaaf, A. H. Strahler, Z. Wang, F. Zhao, C. Woodcock, D. Jupp, D. Culvenor, J. Lovell, and G. Newnham

Poster PDF (3.8 MB)

 
26
Extensive sampling of forest carbon with high density power line lidar

 
27
Carbon Sequestration and Water Use of Hybrid Poplar Plantations in Western Canada
Rachhpal Jassal, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; and A. Black, C. Arevalo, H. Jones, J. Bhatti, D. T. Price, and D. Sidders

 
28
Impact of land use change on the atmospheric circulation and water and energy cycles in the Amazon rainforest

 
29
Oxidation of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Harvard Forest
Karena A. McKinney, Amherst College, Amherst, MA; and K. K. Duncan and J. Angiolillo

 
30
Temporal Variations of d-excess in Water Vapor above a Subtropical Conifer Plantation in Southeastern China
Xuefa Wen, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; and Y. Tang, X. Sun, and X. Lee

Poster PDF (647.4 kB)

 
31
Using FLUXNET Data to Improve Models of Springtime Vegetation Activity Onset in Forest Ecosystems
Eli K. Melaas, Boston University, Boston, MA; and A. D. Richardson and M. A. Friedl

 
32
Ozone and soil salinity interactions in Mediterranean woody species
Simone Mereu, University of Sassari; CMCC-IAFENT Division, Sassari, Italy; and L. Fusaro, G. Gerosa, R. Marzuoli, E. Salvadori, D. Spano, F. Manes, and M. Tattini

 
33
Soil Carbon Pools and Dynamics in Mediterranean Soils
Costantino Sirca, DESA, University of Sassari; CMCC, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change, IAFENT Division, Sassari, Italy; and M. Carta, M. Salis, and D. Spano

 
34
Effects of Deforestation on Land Surface Air Temperature in Eastern China
Mi Zhang, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China; and X. Lee, G. Yu, S. Han, J. Yan, and Y. Zhang

Poster PDF (180.5 kB)

 
35
The Impact of Land Cover Change on Surface Energy and Carbon Balance in the Semiarid of Brazil
Ana Paula M. A. Cunha, National Institute For Space Research, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil; and R. C. D. S. Alvalá, R. M. S. P. Vieira, P. Y. Kubota, and S. Ferraz Neto

 
36
Carbon dynamics in coastal peatlands of Quebec's North Shore
Luc Pelletier, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, Canada; and I. B. Strachan and M. Garneau

 
37
Carbon and Water Vapor Exchange in a Temperate Freshwater Marsh
Stephanie Crombie, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, Canada; and I. B. Strachan

 
38
Variations of carbon dioxide fluxes over a southern inland water in the USA
Heping Liu, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and Q. Zhang

 
39
Determining the meteorological forcing that affect seasonal and diurnal dynamics of methane emissions at a constructed urban wetland in Ohio
Gil Bohrer, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; and L. Naor-Azrieli, S. Mesi, P. Mouser, K. Stefanik, K. V. R. Schafer, and W. J. Mitsch

 
40
Hourly patterns of CO2 in the atmosphere over Boston, MA: An assessment of natural and anthropogenic drivers
Brittain M. Briber, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts; and L. R. Hutyra, A. L. Dunn, R. Kaufmann, and J. W. Munger

 
42
Biomicrometeorological Measurements of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Composting of Green Waste and their Relationship to Turbulence Using Multiple Techniques
Eric R. Kent, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA; and S. K. Bailey, W. R. Horwath, and K. T. Paw U

 
43
Modeling of atmospheric dispersion of NOx from coal-fired power plants in Japan
Habib Al Razi Khandakar Md., Gifu University, Gifu Shi, Japan; and H. Moritomi

 
44
Correction of Gill ultrasonic anemometer angle of attack errors under turbulent conditions and comparison with Campbell CSAT3
Taro Nakai, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK; and K. Shimoyama, H. Iwata, and Y. Harazono

 
45
On the need for uncertainty assessment of long-term eddy-covariance measurements
Corinna Rebmann, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig, Germany; and M. Mauder, M. Cuntz, C. Druee, A. Graf, H. P. Schmid, M. Schmidt, and R. Steinbrecher

Poster PDF (274.7 kB)

 
46
Tolerance of eddy covariance flux measurement
Wonsik Kim, NIAES = National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and H. H. Seo

Poster PDF (904.7 kB)

 
48
High-Frequency, Automated Measurements of CO2, N2O and CH4 from Forest and Agricultural Soils
Kathleen Savage, The Woods Hole Research Center, Falmouth, MA; and E. A. Davidson and R. L. Phillips

 
49
The National Ecological Observatory Network's Automated Terrestrial Measurements: Data Flow and Quality Control Approaches
Jeffrey R. Taylor, National Ecological Observatory Network, Boulder, CO; and H. Luo, E. Ayres, S. Metzger, S. Berukoff, and H. Loescher

www.neoninc.org

Poster PDF (854.8 kB)

 
50
Quality assessment of NEON's eddy-covariance flux data products
Stefan Metzger, National Ecological Observatory Network, Boulder, CO; and J. R. Taylor, H. Luo, and H. Loescher

http://www.neoninc.org/

Poster PDF (1.5 MB)

 
51
Transitions in the Boundary Layer, Looking at Sensible Heat Flux
Jilmarie J. Stephens, University of California Davis, Davis, CA; and J. Fochesatto

 
52
Thermocouple Frequency Response Compensation for Surface Renewal Sensible Heat Flux Estimates
T.M. Shapland, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA; and K. T. Paw U, R. L. Snyder, and A. J. McElrone

 
53
Variability of eddy fluxes and turbulence structures due to local advection perturbations
Heping Liu, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and Y. Zhang and T. Foken

 
54
Wavelet analysis of multi-scale properties of turbulent fluxes above a forest
Gengsheng Zhang, University of Georgia, Griffin, GA; and M. Y. Leclerc, H. F. Duarte, D. J. Durden, M. J. Parker, R. J. Kurzeja, and D. W. Werth

 
55
IMPACT OF A LOW-LEVEL JET DECAY ON TURBULENCE STRUCTURE AND FLUXES

 
56
Improvement of Terrestrial Ecosystem Model in terms of High CO2 Response
Akihiko Ito, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and A. Iio, M. Adachi, M. Senda, T. Hajima, K. Hikosaka, N. Anten, and I. Terashima

Poster PDF (2.5 MB)

 
57
Aplication of Dynamic Vegetation Model IBIS to the conditions of terra firme forest in Central Amazônia
L.M.F. Assuncao, INPA = Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil; and A. Manzi, N. Higuchi, L. Candido, C. von Randow, and P. Kubota

 
58
Projecting carbon dioxide exchange from a Canadian boreal hydroelectric reservoir for the possible engineering life span of the reservoir
Youngil Kim, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada; and N. T. Roulet, C. Li, S. Frolking, I. B. Strachan, J. Wu, and A. Tremblay

 
59
Towards Integration of Daily Inundation Extent Estimates into an Ecosystem-Atmosphere Gas Exchange Model

 
60
Towards Improving Pesticide Dispersion Models: An Evaluation of Spray Cloud Thermodynamics
Steven Edburg, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and B. K. Lamb and H. Thistle

Manuscript (496.1 kB)


Formal Poster Viewing Reception
Location: Rooftop Ballroom (Omni Parker House)

Thursday, 31 May 2012

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Thursday, 31 May 2012

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4
Impacts of Land Use and Climatic Changes on Carbon and Moisture Exchanges
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Paul A. Bartlett, Environment Canada
CoChair: David L. Spittlehouse, British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

Papers:
  8:30 AM
4.1
Energy balance partitioning and closure within the canopy of a mountain pine beetle attacked lodgepole pine stand
Carmen Emmel, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; and E. Paul-Limoges, R. Ketler, T. A. Black, and A. Christen

  8:45 AM
4.2
Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field grown maize
Mir Zaman Hussain, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and A. VanLoocke, A. Leakey, and C. J. Bernacchi

 
4.3
Thermodynamic Entropy Production as a Metric of Sustainability

  9:15 AM
4.4
Impact of land use and soil moisture on partition of turbulent heat fluxes
Anja Goldbach, University of Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen, Essen, Germany; and W. Kuttler

  9:30 AM
4.5
Bog drained for forestry is a stronger carbon sink than a natural bog forest
Janina Hommeltenberg, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT/IMK-IFU), Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; and H. P. Schmid, M. Droesler, and P. Werle

 
4.6
The impact of precipitation on vegetation dynamics and land cover change in the south hemispheric mountain region of the Andes

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Joint Session 9
New Techniques and Instrumentation in Atmospheric Biogeosciences
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Roisin Commane, Harvard University

Papers:
  8:45 AM
A tunnel-shaped flow-through chamber for minimum disturbance net ecosystem flux measurements
Alexander Graf, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany; and A. van de Boer, J. Werner, M. Langensiepen, M. Schmidt, D. Schüttemeyer, and H. Vereecken

 
J9.3
Moving Platforms for Micrometeorological and Trace Gas Profiling Very Close to the Soil-Air Interface

  9:15 AM
Determination of field scale ammonia emissions by eddy covariance using chemical ionization mass spectrometry
Jörg Sintermann, Research Station Agroscope ART, Zurich, Switzerland; and C. Ammann, C. Spirig, and A. Neftel

  9:30 AM
Biosphere-atmosphere exchange fluxes of peroxyacetyl nitrate: Measurements using the relaxed eddy accumulation and gradient method above a grassland ecosystem
Alexander Moravek, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany; and I. Trebs, J. C. Mayer, and T. Foken

  9:45 AM
Sway Measurement of a Large Array of Trees Coupled With Canopy Turbulence - An Overview
Mark Rudnicki, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; and A. L. Hiscox, D. R. Miller, and H. B. Su

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Thursday, 31 May 2012


Coffee Break

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Thursday, 31 May 2012

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5
Challenges to Observations of Energy and Carbon Exchange
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Paul Stoy, Montana State University

Papers:
  10:30 AM
5.1
The Surface Energy Imbalance Problem
R. Leuning, CSIRO, Canberra, ACT, Australia; and W. J. Massman and E. van Gorsel

  11:00 AM
5.3
Using measurements at various scales to explore uncertainty in model predictions of carbon budgets and cycling through time and space
Trevor F. Keenan, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and A. D. Richardson, J. W. Munger, D. Y. Hollinger, and S. Ollinger

  11:15 AM
5.4
Reducing Uncertainty in Biospheric CO2 Exchange
Matthias Falk, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA; and S. Wharton and R. D. Pyles

 
5.5
A Method to Estimate CO2 Fluxes in the Brazilian Amazon Basin

  11:45 AM
5.6
Nocturnal Surface-Layer Observations of Turbulence Measurements at a Wind-farm in Central Iowa
John H. Prueger, USDA-ARS, Ames, Iowa; and J. G. Alfieri, J. L. Hatfield, D. A. Rajewski, E. S. Takle, J. K. Lundquist, and W. P. Kustas

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Joint Session 10
Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Biosphere, Part I
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Eloďse Ann Marais, Harvard University

Papers:
  10:30 AM
Satellite-based constraints on seasonal methanol emissions from terrestrial landscapes
Dylan B. Millet, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN; and K. C. Wells, L. Hu, K. Cady-Pereira, Y. Xiao, M. W. Shephard, C. Clerbaux, L. Clarisse, P. F. Coheur, E. C. Apel, J. de Gouw, C. Warneke, H. B. Singh, A. H. Goldstein, and B. C. Sive

  11:00 AM
Long-Term Global Observations of Tropospheric Formaldehyde Retrieved From Spaceborne Nadir UV Sensors
Isabelle De Smedt, BIRA-IASB, Brussels, Belgium; and M. Van Roozendael, T. Stavrakou, and M. Jean-François

  11:30 AM
Inferring isoprene emissions from Africa using OMI observations of formaldehyde columns
Eloďse Ann Marais, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and D. J. Jacob, D. B. Millet, T. Kurosu, K. Chance, S. Casadio, J. G. Murphy, C. E. Reeves, G. Mills, J. Mao, and F. Paulot

  11:45 AM
Novel Laser Systems for CO2 Source Identification – An Isotope Approach
Julianna Fessenden, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM; and S. Clegg, S. Humphries, and T. Rahn

12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Thursday, 31 May 2012


Lunch Break

1:30 PM-3:15 PM: Thursday, 31 May 2012

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6
Integrating Measurements and Models of Ecosystem Processes, Part II
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Joseph G. Alfieri, USDA/ARS

Papers:
  1:30 PM
6.1
The PEcAn Project: Carbon-Cycle Reanalysis Facilitated by Model-Data Ecoinformatics
Michael C. Dietze, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and D. LeBauer, C. Davidson, A. R. Desai, R. Kooper, K. McHenry, and P. Mulrooney

  1:45 PM
6.2
The ensemble simulation of soil carbon trends over U.S. Midwest under changing climate
Zaitao Pan, St. Louis Univ., St. Louis, MO; and N. gosselin and D. Andrade

  2:15 PM
6.4
Tracing the carbon dioxide exchanges over California's complex ecosystems and terrains using the WRF-ACASA coupled model
Liyi Xu, University of California Davis, Davis, CA; and R. D. Pyles, K. T. Paw U, E. Monier, and S. H. Chen

  2:30 PM
6.5
SwayLES: a coupled large-eddy simulation tree-sway model
Hong-Bing Su, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC; and M. Rudnicki, A. L. Hiscox, and D. R. Miller

  2:45 PM
6.6
Climate-disease integrated modeling of plant disease environment on sub-seasonal scale
Zaitao Pan, St. Louis Univ., St. Louis, MO; and X. B. Yang and X. Li

  3:00 PM
6.7
Evaluation of the Interrelationship between Pesticide and Turbulent Energy Fluxes and the Implications for Remotely-Sensed Estimates of Pesticide Volatilization
Joseph G. Alfieri, USDA/ARS, Beltsville, MD; and T. J. Gish, J. H. Prueger, W. P. Kustas, L. G. McKee, A. Russ, and J. Hatfield

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Joint Session 11
Methane Emissions from Managed and Unmanaged Ecosystems, Part II
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: D.K. McDermitt, LI-COR Biosciences

Papers:
  1:30 PM
Measuring methane fluxes from confined livestock operations using open-path eddy covariance: a challenging opportunity
Jay Ham, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and K. Shonkwiler-Arnold, W. J. Massman, and C. Williams

  2:00 PM
The Impact of Changes in Barometric Pressure on Landfill Methane Emission
Liukang Xu, LI-COR Biosciences, Lincoln, NE; and J. Amen, X. Lin, and K. Welding

  2:15 PM
Urban natural gas leaks
Nathan Glen Phillips, Boston University, Boston, MA; and R. Ackley and E. Crosson

  2:30 PM
Novel soil ecosystems created by natural gas leaks
Margaret F. Hendrick, Boston University, Boston, MA; and N. G. Phillips

  2:45 PM
Methane Fluxes Measured by Eddy Covariance at a Temperate Upland Forest in Central Ontario
Jennifer G. Murphy, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; and J. Wang, C. Winsborough, N. Basiliko, J. A. Geddes, and S. C. Thomas

3:15 PM-3:45 PM: Thursday, 31 May 2012


Coffee Break

3:45 PM-5:30 PM: Thursday, 31 May 2012

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7
Ecosystem Response to Stress and Disturbance
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Nathaniel A. Brunsell, University of Kansas

Papers:
  3:45 PM
7.1
Response of ecosystem carbon and water dynamics to spring drought in Switzerland
Sebastian Wolf, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; and L. Merbold, W. Eugster, C. Ammann, and N. Buchmann

  4:00 PM
7.2
Modeling hydrodynamic stress limitations on transpiration
Gil Bohrer, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, Ohio; and A. M. Matheny, K. D. Maurer, and R. Frasson

  4:15 PM
7.3
Timing of extreme weather events impacts annual carbon and water dynamics in a grassland ecosystem
Nathaniel A. Brunsell, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS; and T. Ocheltree and J. B. Nippert

  4:30 PM
7.4
Observations of Canopy-Scale Carbon Fluxes at a Mid-Latitude Mixed Hardwood Forest and Decreased Growing Season Productivity due to Record High Temperatures during Leaf Emergence
Jeffrey A. Geddes, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; and J. G. Murphy, S. C. Thomas, J. Schurman, B. Filewod, and A. Petroff

  4:45 PM
7.5
Can forest management responses increase the net ecosystem production of forests attacked by the mountain pine beetle?
Amanda Mathys, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; and T. A. Black, Z. Nesic, G. Nishio, M. Brown, D. L. Spittlehouse, A. L. Fredeen, R. Bowler, P. Burton, T. Trofymow, and N. J. Grant

  5:00 PM
7.6
Interception of precipitation by a partially harvested MPB infested forest
David L. Spittlehouse, British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Victoria, BC, Canada; and R. Bowler and V. N. Foord

  5:15 PM
7.7
Net ecosystem exchange of CO2 in a wind-throw-disturbed upland spruce forest ecosystem – first results
Matthias Lindauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT/IMK-IFU), Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; and H. P. Schmid, M. Mauder, B. Wolpert, and R. Steinbrecher

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Joint Session 12
Nitrous Oxide and Related Emissions from Managed and Unmanaged Ecosystems
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Christof Ammann, Research Station Agroscope ART

Papers:
  3:45 PM
Global Soil Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Future Climate
Eri Saikawa, MIT, Cambridge, MA; and C. A. Schlosser, X. Gao, and R. G. Prinn

Poster PDF (4.6 MB)

  4:00 PM
Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Emissions from California based on 2010 CalNex Airborne Measurements
Bin Xiang, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and S. Miller, E. A. Kort, G. Santoni, B. Daube, R. Commane, J. Pittman, S. C. Wofsy, W. M. Angevine, T. B. Ryerson, M. K. Trainer, A. Andrews, T. Nehrkorn, and H. Tian

  4:15 PM
Revisiting N2O emission factors, by measuring and modeling N2O fluxes from cropland field using tunable diode laser and flux towers
Elizabeth Pattey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; and R. L. Desjardins, D. Dow, W. Smith, and B. Grant

  4:30 PM
Greenhouse gas and Nitrogen budgets of managed European grasslands
Christof Ammann, Research Station Agroscope ART, Zürich, Switzerland; and L. Horváth, S. K. Jones, A. Machon, A. Neftel, K. Pintér, U. Skiba, and M. A. Sutton

  4:45 PM
Gaseous nitrogen emissions from Australian cattle feedlots
O. T. Denmead, The University of Melbourne, Canberra, ACT, Australia; and D. Chen, D. Rowell, Z. Loh, D. W. T. Griffith, T. Naylor, M. Bai, and S. McGinn

  5:00 PM
  5:15 PM
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Annual-alone and Annual-Perennial Cropping Systems in the Red River Valley, Manitoba
Mario Tenuta, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; and T. Sapkota, B. Amiro, A. Glenn, and S. Maas

Friday, 1 June 2012

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Friday, 1 June 2012

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8
Advances in Surface Layer Theory From Observations and Models
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; and the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences )
Chair: Chuixiang Yi, Queens College, City University of New York

Papers:
  8:30 AM
8.1
Derivation of dual-scale turbulent ramp structure features and improvements to scalar surface renewal estimates
T.M. Shapland, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA; and A. J. McElrone, R. L. Snyder, and K. T. Paw U

  8:45 AM
8.2
Soil heating and evaporation under extreme conditions: Forest fires and slash pile burns
William J. Massman, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO

  9:00 AM
8.5
Evapotranspiration at Kilometre Scale using a Bi-Chromatic Scintillometer System
Oscar K. Hartogensis, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands; and J. G. Evans, B. Van Kesteren, and F. Beyrich

  9:30 AM
8.3
A new method to obtain minute interval mass fluxes of H2O and CO2 using scintillometry and scalar turbulence measurements
Bram Van Kesteren, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands; and O. Hartogensis, D. V. Dinther, A. Moene, and A. Graf

  9:45 AM
8.6
Applying footprint models to investigate MO-dissimilarity over heterogeneous areas
Anneke van de Boer, Bonn University and Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands; and A. Graf, A. F. Moene, and D. Schüttemeyer

8:45 AM-10:00 AM: Friday, 1 June 2012

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Joint Session 13
Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Biosphere, Part II
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: Eloďse Ann Marais, Harvard University

Papers:
  8:45 AM
  9:00 AM
Variability in vegetation cover and albedo across latitudinal tree line
Michael M. Loranty, Woods Hole Research Center, Falmouth, MA; and L. Berner, S. J. Goetz, Y. Jin, and J. T. Randerson

  9:15 AM
Estimating evapotranspiration in the Sahel during 2003-2008 using satellite products
Monica Garcia, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen K, Denmark; and I. Sandholt, P. Ceccato, and S. Proud

Manuscript (260.2 kB)

  9:30 AM
Surface energy flux consequences of bark beetle outbreaks in the south-central Rockies using MODIS data
Melanie Vanderhoof, Clark University, Worcester, MA; and C. Williams and J. Rogan

  9:45 AM
Using Leaf Area Index, retrieved from optical imagery, in the STICS crop model for predicting yield and biomass of field crops
Guillaume Jégo, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Quebec, QC, Canada; and E. Pattey and J. Liu

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Friday, 1 June 2012


Coffee Break

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Friday, 1 June 2012

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9
Mercury in the Environment
Location: Press Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chairs: Helen Amos, Harvard University; Elsie M. Sunderland, Harvard University

Papers:
  10:30 AM
9.1
Mercury Pollution in the Amazon: Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining or Land-Use Changes?
Bridget A. Bergquist, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; and R. Adler Miserendino, S. Ghosh, J. R. D. Guimarăes, E. K. Silbergeld, and P. Lees

  11:10 AM
9.3
Global model of atmosphere-terrestrial mercury exchange and accumulation of historical mercury in organic soils
Elizabeth S. Corbitt, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and N. Smith-Downey, D. J. Jacob, and E. M. Sunderland

  11:30 AM
9.4
Global source of mercury from commercial products and its biogeochemical cycling
Hannah Marie Horowitz, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and D. J. Jacob, D. G. Streets, M. K. Devane, H. M. Amos, and E. M. Sunderland

Poster PDF (4.6 MB)

  11:45 AM
9.5
Anthropogenic perturbations to the biogeochemical cycle of mercury
Helen Amos, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and D. J. Jacob, D. G. Streets, N. V. Smith-Downey, and E. M. Sunderland

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Joint Session 14
Air Pollution and Transport
Location: Alcott Room (Omni Parker House)
Sponsors: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
Chair: John G. Watson, DRI

Papers:
  10:30 AM
Meteorological modes of variability for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) air quality in the United States: implications for PM2.5 sensitivity to climate change
Amos P. K. Tai, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and L. J. Mickley, D. J. Jacob, E. M. Leibensperger, X. Yue, L. Zhang, J. A. Fisher, and H. O. T. Pye

http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~pkatai/Main.html

  11:00 AM
  11:15 AM
Carbon cycling across the Boston urban to rural gradient: Integrating emissions estimates and atmospheric observations
Lucy R. Hutyra, Boston University, Boston, MA; and S. C. Wofsy, J. W. Munger, M. Brondfield, B. M. Briber, N. G. Phillips, S. Raciti, and A. L. Dunn

  11:30 AM
Hydrogen sulfide emissions from waste lagoons of bread-to-wean hog operations
Richard H. Grant, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, Indiana; and M. T. Boehm, A. J. Heber, J. Q. Ni, B. W. Bogan, and J. C. Ramirez-Dorronsoro

  11:45 AM
The direct effects of ozone on vegetation influence climate and feedback on tropospheric ozone concentration
Andy VanLoocke, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and T. C. Hayes, S. W. Nesbitt, A. M. Betzelberger, E. A. Ainsworth, and C. J. Bernacchi

12:00 PM-12:05 PM: Friday, 1 June 2012


Conference Ends