Enriched Background Isotope Study (EBIS) Project Workshop

January 6 and 7, 2004 -- Gaithersburg, Maryland


Written Report:

Gaithersburg Workshop Report (Feb 2, 2004)

Presentations:

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EBIS Introduction:  Paul  J. Hanson et al.  (hansonpj@ornl.gov)

Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Pools: Charles T. Garten Jr. et al. (ctg@ornl.gov)

Bulk Organic and Soil 14C Analyses: Paul J. Hanson (hansonpj@ornl.gov), Chris Swanston, Don Todd, and J. Southon

14C in Air:  L. M. (Malu) Cisneros Dozal (cisnerol@uci.edu)

Fine root turnover and lifetimes:

A. Modeling root growth, mortality, and turnover:  Margaret Torn et al. (MSTorn@lbl.gov)
B. Experimental observations: J. Dev Joslin et al. (jdjoslin@esper.com)
Components of soil respiration: L.M. Cisneros Dozal, Susan Trumbore (setrumbo@uci.edu), Greg Winston

Microbial biomass and mycorrhizae:  Margaret Torn et al. (MSTorn@lbl.gov)

Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) transport through the soil profile:  Philip Jardine et al. (ipj@ornl.gov)

Forms and fate of carbon in soils

A. Aggregate-based methods: Julie Jastrow (JDJastrow@ANL.gov)
B. Density-based methods Chris Swanston ((swanston1@llnl.gov)
Macrobiotic transport:  Mac Callaham et al. (mcallaham@fs.fed.us)

Integration and modeling of soil carbon processes

A.  Rothamsted Model Plus: Wilfred M. Post (postwmiii@ornl.gov)
B.  Modeling organic horizon C inputs/outputs Paul J. Hanson (hansonpj@ornl.gov)
Synthesis Slides:  Paul J. Hanson et al. (hansonpj@ornl.gov)