AGU 15-19 December, 2014: San Francisco, CA
List of relevant presentations and posters by ITCE affiliates (click on title to view abstract, presentation time, etc.):
Bowling, David, et al. Environmental forcing does not lead to diel or synoptic variability in carbon isotope content of forest soil respiration (talk)
Cerling, Thure. Ecological Change in the Turkana Basin Over the Past 4 Ma (talk)
Cotton, Jennifer M., et al. The spatial distribution of C3 and C4 grasses in North America through the next century (talk)
Egan, Jocelyn, et al. Mass-dependent Corrections and Atmospheric Invasion: Working with the Radiocarbon Content of CO2 in the Soil Gas Environment (poster)
Emery, Nathan, and Carla D'Antonio. Fog Water Use in Coastal California Shrub Species (poster)
Good, Stephen P., et al. A Global Mass Balance of Isotope Ratios in Hydrologic Fluxes Provides Constraints on Terrestrial and Oceanic Water Cycling (poster)
Gorski, Galen, et al. Fossil Fuel Combustion Fingerprint in High-Resolution Urban Water Vapor Isotope Measurements (talk)
Hall, Steven, et al. From Sewers to Salix and Tailpipes to Typha: Riparian Plants Reflect Anthropogenic Nitrogen Sources Across Montane to Urban Gradients (talk)
Jameel, Mohd Yusuf, and Gabriel Bowen. Dynamics of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon in the Waterways of Antropogenically Influenced Closed Semi-Arid Basins (poster)
Mendoza, D., et al. Highly-resolved Modeling of Emissions and Concentrations of Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Oxides, and Fine Particulate Matter in Salt Lake City, (talk)
Mitchell, Logan, et al. Long Term Trends in Carbon Dioxide Enhancements in an Urban Region (poster)
Rhees-Owen, Rhian, et al. Expanding the scope and applicability of laser-based spectroscopy to studies of ecohydrology by removing organic contaminants in natural water (poster)
Tipple, Brett, et al. Predicting the Hydrogen Isotope Ratios of Leaf Waxes Across Landscapes (talk)
Welsh Unwala, Kristen, et al. Partitioning Sources of Water Vapor Flux to the Atmosphere from a Subalpine Forest during Spring Snowmelt (poster)
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