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

Joint Poster Session 1: General Poster Session

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