Oral Programme GM3.1

GM3.1

Quantifying erosion and weathering rates across spatial and temporal scales
Convener: Peter van der Beek  | Co-Convener: Friedhelm von Blanckenburg 
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 05 May, 08:30–12:00  / Room 22
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 05 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL

Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Room 22
Chairperson: P. van der Beek, F. Chabaux
08:30–09:00
EGU2010-6307
Quantification soil production and erosion using isotopic techniques (solicited)
Anthony Dosseto and P.O. Suresh
09:00–09:15
EGU2010-4675
Quantifying biotic effects on silicate weathering rates in a global dynamic soil model
Susanne Arens and Axel Kleidon
09:15–09:30
EGU2010-2489
Quantifying regolith production rates with Uranium-series isotopes at Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: implications for chemical weathering and landscape evolution
Lin Ma, Francois Chabaux, Eric Pelt, Estelle Blaes, Lixin Jin, and Susan Brantley
09:30–09:45
EGU2010-8324
hydrochemistry of the Andeans and sub-andeans Amazon basins - Weathering and CO2 consumption rates.
Jean-Sébastien Moquet, Alain Crave, Jérome Viers, Jean-Loup Guyot, Christelle Lagane, Waldo Sven Lavado Casimiro, Rodrigo Pombosa, Luis Noriega, and Eduardo Chavary
09:45–10:00
EGU2010-5264
Use of U-series nuclides to constrain sediments transfer-times in the alluvial plains: example of the Ganges and Bramaputra river system.
François Chabaux, Mathieu Granet, Estelle Blaes, Peter Stille, Christian France-Lanord, and Antony Dosseto
COFFEE BREAK
10:30–11:00
EGU2010-9209
Weathering, Soil Depth and Erosion in the San Gabriel Mountains: The Tectonic Signature on Chemical Weathering (solicited)
Jean Dixon, Tony Hartshorn, and Arjun Heimsath
11:00–11:15 EGU2010-13275
Erosion and bed-load transport processes on time-scales from events to hundred years - Alp Valley, Switzerland (withdrawn)
Ramona Baran, Brian W. McArdell, Fritz Schlunegger, Thomas A. Wunderlich, and Anke M. Friedrich
11:15–11:30
EGU2010-5418
Quantification of basin scale denudation rates in the active mountain belt of Taiwan: The in situ produced 10Be point of view.
Florence Derrieux, Lionel Siame, Didier Bourlès, Régis Braucher, and Rou Fei Chen
11:30–11:45
EGU2010-9281
Intra-catchment variability and significance of catchment-averaged denudation rates from 10Be concentrations in stream sediments: a 10Be-budget of the Etages catchment, French Western Alps
Romain Delunel, Peter van der Beek, Julien Carcaillet, and Didier Bourlès
11:45–12:00
EGU2010-1391
Sediment source and mixing and the cycle of sediment transport: an example from NE Negev Desert, Israel
Noa Fruchter, Ari Matmon, Ezra Zilberman, Yoav Avni, and David Fink