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MBL scientists to present results of long-term ecological research at NSF meeting

006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=136">http://www.lternet.edu/asm/2006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=136 MBL Author(s): Chuck Hopkinson (*), Senior Scientist; Bruce Peterson, Senior Scientist

Poster 69 - Relationship between nitrate removal rates and dissolved organic carbon in streams - http://www.lternet.edu/asm/2006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=189 MBL Author(s): Chuck Hopkinson (*), Senior Scientist

Poster 78 - 15N, Mycorrhizal fungi, and mineralization measures - http://www.lternet.edu/asm/2006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=380 MBL Author(s): John Hobbie (*), Distinguished Scientist

Poster 87 - Controls on N accumulation and loss in arctic tundra ecosystems - http://www.lternet.edu/asm/2006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=343 MBL Author(s): Marselle Alexander-Ozinskas (*), Brown-MBL Graduate Student; Gaius Shaver (*), Senior Scientist; Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist; Jim Laundre, Research Assistant

Poster 117 - Reversible separation of root respiration from total soil respiration - http://www.lternet.edu/asm/2006/posters/poster.php?poster_id=171 MBL Author(s): Seeta Sistla (*), Brown-MBL Graduate Student; Jerry Melillo (*), Senior Scientist


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Contact: Gina Hebert
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Marine Biological Laboratory
18-Sep-2006


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