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Poster Programme SSS3.4/BG2.26/OS3.5

SSS3.4/BG2.26/OS3.5

Stabilization of organic matter in soils, sediments and marine dissolved organic matter (co-organized)
Convener: S. Abiven 
Co-Convener: M. W. I. Schmidt 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 13:30–15:00 / Room 3
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall X/Y
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Attendance Time: Monday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X/Y
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XY569
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Particulate organic matter in the northwest East China Sea: Implications from amino acids enantiomers
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XY570
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Universal molecular features of refractory dissolved organic matter in fresh- and seawater
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XY571
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Evolution of soil organic matter energetic and chemical composition during long-term bare fallow: implications for soil carbon vulnerability to global change
P. Barré, L. Cécillon, A.F. Plante, C. Chenu, B.T. Christensen, J.M. Fernandez, C.M. Gherardi, S. Houot, T. Kätterer, F. van Oort, C. Peltre, and P.R. Poulton

XY572
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Composition of Humic Acids of the Lake Baikal Sediments
O. Vishnyakova, G. Chimitdorzhieva, and D. Andreeva

XY573
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Early diagenesis of recently deposited organic matter: a 9-yr time-series study of a flood deposit
T. Tesi, M.A. Goñi, L. Langone, R.A. Wheatcroft, S. Miserocchi, and L. Bertotti

XY574
EGU2012-10275
Nature and origin of the resistant carbonaceous polymorphs involved the fossilization of biogenic soil-aggregates
M.-A. Courty

XY575
EGU2012-10727
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XY576
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XY577
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XY578
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High field NMR Spectroscopy and FTICR Mass Spectrometry: Powerful Discovery Tools for the Characterization of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter
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XY579
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XY580
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Molecular characterisation of soil organic matter by laser-desorption ionization Fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (LDI-FT-ICR-MS)
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XY581
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Sinks and sources of dissolved organic matter in permeable sediments of the coastal North Sea
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XY582
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