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Poster Programme SSS5.15

SSS5.15

Cutting across the soil-water field: A way to make new flowers blooming or the risk of sitting on the fence?
Convener: N. Romano 
Co-Conveners: M Vanclooster , K. G. J. Nierop , SH Doerr , S.C. Dekker 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 25 Apr, 10:30–12:00 / Room 22
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall X/Y
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X/Y
Chairperson: K. Nierop, S. Doerr, S. Dekker, M. Vanclooster
XY604
EGU2012-13010 | Presentation
Citrus orchards management and soil water repellency in Eastern Spain
A. Cerdà, F.A. González Peñaloza, A. Jordán, and L.M. Zavala

XY605
EGU2012-12142
Spatio-temporal variability of water repellency on forest soils in Central Europe
A. Marruedo, M. Seeger, R. Wengel, and V. Butzen

XY606
EGU2012-5837 | Presentation
Water retention of a hydrophobic soil: Disentangling the effect of structure, organic matter and soil water repellency
C.M. Regalado and A. Ritter

XY607
EGU2012-7021
Exploring the importance of hydrophobicity in the hydrologic cycle of olive groves in Spain
M. Burguet

XY608
EGU2012-14369
Effect of Thickness of a Water Repellent Soil Layer on Soil Evaporation Rate
S. Ahn, S. Im, and S. Doerr

XY609
EGU2012-3209
Post-fire Restoration of Soil Hydrology and Wildland Vegetation using Surfactant Seed Coating Technology
M. Madsen, S. Kostka, A. Inouye, and D. Zvirzdin

XY610
EGU2012-14208
How the origin of organic compounds affects vegetation patchiness and regime shifts in ecosystems
S.C. Dekker, K.G.J. Nierop, and J. Mao

XY611
EGU2012-5371
Does wastewater from olive mills induce toxicity and water repellency in soil?
B. Peikert, N. Bandow, and G.E. Schaumann

XY612
EGU2012-13885 | Presentation
Modeling of water management and hydrological properties of orchards
A. Nagy, J. Tamás, and M. Soltész

XY613
EGU2012-1175
Factors responsible for the patchy distribution of natural soil water repellency in Mediterranean semiarid forest
E. Lozano, P. Jiménez-Pinilla, J. Mataix-Solera, J.A. González-Pérez, F. García-Orenes, M.P. Torres, V. Arcenegui, and J. Mataix-Beneyto

XY614
EGU2012-9814
Saturated hydraulic conductivity and biofilms: A theoretical approach linking pore and pedon scale
M. Richter, S. Moenickes, O. Richter, and T. Schröder

XY615
EGU2012-5519
What is the effect of local controls on the temporal stability of soil water contents?
G. Martinez, Y.A. Pachepsky, H. Vereecken, K. Vanderlinden, H. Hardelauf, and M. Herbst

XY616 EGU2012-7592
Combined influence of atmospheric physics and soil hydrology on the simulated meteorology at the SIRTA atmospheric observatory (withdrawn)
F. Cheruy, A. Campoy, J.C. Dupont, A. Ducharne, F. hourdin, M. Haeffelin, M Chiriaco, and A. idelkadi

XY617
EGU2012-11033
Effect of vegetation on infiltration into sandy soils during wet and dry spells
T. Orfanus, N. Fodor, P.D. Hallett, L. Lichner, P. Dlapa, and K. Rajkai

XY618
EGU2012-11486
Understanding vadose zone hydrology to improve irrigation practices in cotton production of Uzbekistan
Y. Dernedde, I. Forkutsa, L. Breuer, G. Stulina, and H.-G. Frede