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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Monday, October 1 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Ecological stoichiometry through the lens of long-term data

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The overarching theme of ecological stoichiometric theory is to understand the coupling of energy to nutrient biogeochemical cycles as mediated by the demands and constraints of homeostasis and thermodynamics. External drivers have the potential to influence ecosystem scale stoichiometry including, sea-level rise (coastal ecosystems), climatic variability, thawing of permafrost and increasing in ice-free days (Arctic ecosystems), altered fire frequency and patterns (forested ecosystems), lithology and critical zone structure, changes to upstream watersheds influencing timing and delivery of water and nutrients, invasive species, and ecosystem management. These drivers influence ecosystem biogeochemical cycling and productivity. Additional information for this workshop can be found on the LTER Ecological Stoichiometry GitHub repository (link).

Lead Organizer
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Paul Julian

University of Florida
Generally, I am an aquatic ecologist and biogeochemist studying soil and water column nutrients relative to internal and external driving forces from a local to global scale. While I enjoy studying all aquatic systems (i.e. lakes, rivers, wetlands, estuaries, etc.), I am passionate... Read More →

Co-organizers
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John Kominoski

Associate Professor & Co-PI Florida Coastal Everglades LTER, Florida International University


Monday October 1, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
07. Marlin Meeting Room