S3.5 Plant Traits and Biochemical Cycles
S3.5 _ Plant traits and biogeochemical cycles. (Session Chairs: Jens Kattge, Susanne Tautenhahn, Michael Bahn, Han Wang and Oskar Franklin)
Plant traits extend the range of earth observations to the level of individual organisms, providing a link to ecosystem function and modeling in the context of rapid global changes. However, overcoming the differences in temporal and spatial scales between plant trait data and biogeochemical cycles remains a challenge.
This session will address the role of plant species, biodiversity and adaptation / acclimation / optimality and their connection to the biogeochemical cycles of water, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus.
We welcome conceptual, observational, experimental and modeling approaches, and studies from the local to the global scale, including e.g. remote sensing observations and novel concepts and tools for the acquisition, management, analysis and synthesis of trait data.
Keywords: plant traits, biogeochemical cycles, functional biogeography, ecosystem modelling, plant adaptation / acclimation / optimality
Variability in community productivity: mediation by vegetation traits
H. Wayne Polley, Brian J. Wilsey
Inconstant exponents of scaling leaf nitrogen to phosphorus
Di Tian, Zhengbing Yan and Jingyun Fang
How do nitrogen and phosphorus supply affect elemental stoichiometry in plant leaves? Using experimental manipulations of Arabidopsis thaliana
Zhengbing Yan, Wenxuan Han, Di Tian and Jingyun Fang
The TRY Database System
Gerhard Boensich, Jens Kattge, and Christian Wirth
Assessing among-lineage variability in phylogenetic imputation of functional trait datasets
Rafael Molina Venegas, Juan Carlos Moreno-Saiz, Isabel Castro Parga, Jonathan Davies, Pedro Peres-Neto and Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Fernández
SCOPE model inversion for Sentinel-3 data retrieval
Egor Prikaziuk and Christiaan Van der Tol
Plant functional groups for carbon and nitrogen cycle modelling and diversity estimation in boreal forest ecosystems
Larisa Khanina, Maxim Bobrovsky, Vadim Smirnov, Natalia Lukina, Michael Romanov