- 'Carbon Cycling: from Plants to Ecosystems' was a joint meeting of British Ecological Society special interest groups Plants, Soils, Ecosystems and the Plant Environmental Physiology Group, held at the University of Manchester on 16th and 17th October 2014. More details, including the abstract booklet, can be found here.
- — Aimée Classen (@aimeeclassen)Wed, Oct 15 2014 09:19:07Heading to @BESPlantSoilEco meeting. Looking forward to seeing a lot of great work. http://besplantsoileco.wordpress.com/pse-pepg-joint-meeting/ …
- — howard griffiths (@GriffithsHoward)Thu, Oct 16 2014 10:10:52
- Keynote 1 - Howard Griffiths: 'Managing your carb intake: isotopes and the partitioning of C and N above and below ground
- — Sarah Pierce (@sarahcpierce)Thu, Oct 16 2014 10:24:25#psepepg first keynote - Howard Griffiths from Cambridge talking about 'managing your carb intake' using stable isotopes
- (image courtesy of Matthew Crabtree)
- — Alan G Jones (@alanjones_eCO2)Thu, Oct 16 2014 15:17:08
- — Sarah Pierce (@sarahcpierce)Thu, Oct 16 2014 10:43:57#psepepg Griffiths: can use C isotopes to look for signals at scales from hours to years, and to see where/when C is allocated by plants
- — Sarah Pierce (@sarahcpierce)Thu, Oct 16 2014 11:09:37#psepepg isotopes useful in agricultural studies, soil priming, plant-fungi and plant-soil interactions, carbon uptake/allocation, etc
- Aurore Kaisermann: Soil biotic legacy effects on the drought response of microbial communities and carbon cycling
- — Sarah Pierce (@sarahcpierce)Thu, Oct 16 2014 11:26:22#psepepg Microbial comm response to drought depends on microbial history (plant and drought) and plant ID and competitive interactions
- Richard Nair: Using 15N to re-evaluate the forest carbon response to nitrogen deposition
- — Sarah Pierce (@sarahcpierce)Thu, Oct 16 2014 11:35:14#psepepg deltaC/deltaN estimates vary a lot by methodology - field manipulations (low) vs large scale correlative studies (high)
Carbon Cycling: from Plants to Ecosystems
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