University of California, Riverside

Center for Conservation Biology



Soil Lab - Projects


Movies - AM and EM Root Growth
Sponsored by AMARSS
1. EM_Tubercles.avi: Growth of Ectomycorrhza tubercles are seen top left corner.
2. Root_1.avi, Root_2.avi, Root_3.aviRoot_4.avi: Growth of dichotomously branched Eectomycorrhiza roots.
3. (NEW!) Mycorrhizal Movie With Music: Opens in Quicktime or Right-Click to save to computer.
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Mycorrhizal Figures (Jan.2010)
Figures(PDF)

Automated-Minirhizotron and Arrayed Rhizosphere-Soil Sensors
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Project Proposal (PDF)

Carbon Dynamics of Mexican tropical forest ecosystems: beyond a project to a program
Sponsored by UCMEXUS

Biocomplexity: Common Mycorrhizal Networks...Active or Passive Channels?
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Project Summary (PDF)  -  Progress Report (PDF)

CENS: Center for Embedded Network Sensing
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
CENS (Website)

Sevillete LTER III: Long Term Ecological Research in a Biome Transition Zone
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Abstract (PDF)

Restoring Seasonal Tropic Forests in Mexico: Using Designer Communities to Direct Succession
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Abstract (PDF)

Biocomplexity--Incubation Activity: Designing a Sustainable Southern California-Exploring Interdisciplinary Studies of Complexity in Natural and Human Systems
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Abstract (PDF)  -  Progress Report (PDF)

Water Dynamics and Management During the Establishment of Tree Species in Agroforestry Systems of the Yucatan Dry Tropic
Sponsored by UCMEXUS
Abstract (PDF)

WILMA DATA Impact of Hurricane Wilma, a Large "Infrequent" Enrichment Disturbance on Tropical Seasonal Forest: Establishing the Legacy effect on the Post-disturbance Mosaic
Sponsored by 2006 National Science Foundation SGER funding

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