Enriched Background Isotope Study (EBIS) Project Workshop
February 1 and 2, 2006 -- Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois
Argonne Workshop Report
(Revised March 12, 2006)
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1. Review experimental progress
2. Make specific plans to finalize key synthesis publications.
3. Facilitate interactions between experimentalists and modelers.
4. Discuss alternate EBIS futures in relation to the upcoming TCP
A. EBIS Introduction and Recap of the Livermore workshop – P. Hanson
B. 14C in Air and Plant Tissues -- S. Trumbore and C. Kramer
C. Bulk 14C analyses – P. Hanson/C. Swanston
D. Forms and fate of carbon in soils
Density-based methods – C. Swanston/M.
Aggregate-based methods – J. Jastrow
Mineralogy issues – M. Kleber
E. 14C partitioning in 2000 Litter – L. Hainsworth/C. Swanston
F. 15N and Natural Abundance 13C Studies at EBIS Sites– C. Garten
G. Integration and modeling of soil carbon processes
Daycent model results - W. J. Parton
H. New Initiatives in FY2006
RothC Issues - W.M. Post
Modeling the organic layers -- P. Hanson et al.
Modeling root turnover – W. Riley et al.
Mesocosm evaluation of dissolved
organic carbon (DOC) transport – M. Fröberg
Root decomposition study – Roser
Analysis of 14C in PLFAs - Christiane Kramer
I. Manuscript Discussion
Brief summary of recently completed
Incremental Research Reports to be finished