Joint Session 5 20 years of Forest/ Atmosphere Exchange Research in New England, Part II

Wednesday, 30 May 2012: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Kennedy Room (Omni Parker House)
Hosts: (Joint between the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences; and the 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology )
J. William Munger, Harvard University, SEAS, Cambridge, MA

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

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