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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Wednesday, October 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Identifying trends in nitrogen cycling across LTER sites controlled by local and regional factors

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We are interested in leveraging LTER datasets on nitrogen process rates, stocks, and fluxes to ask questions about local versus regional controls on nitrogen cycling. We invite members from all LTER sites to discuss available nitrogen datasets from each site and discuss questions that can be addressed through a synthesis. Some potential questions include: (1) How do regional (climate, atmospheric deposition, NPP) versus local (disturbance, patch type) controls influence the nitrogen cycling and stocks and (2) How does the magnitude and location of nitrogen cycling hotspots differ across LTER sites? The goal of the workshop is to develop questions and hypotheses, identify datasets, and formulate sub-working groups to conduct the analyses.

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Amalia Handler

PhD Candidate, Arizona State University
Grimm Lab student, ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, stream networks, and fun with nitrogen!

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Wednesday October 3, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
06. Evergreen Meeting Room