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Poster Programme BG2.14

BG2.14

Peatlands and the Carbon Cycle
Convener: Stephan Glatzel  | Co-Convener: Fred Worrall 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 04 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 23
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 04 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Mon, 04 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Poster Area BG

Display time: Monday, 04 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Monday, 04 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Poster Area BG
Chairperson: Fred Worrall
BG66
EGU2011-277
Methane emissions from tundra wetlands in West Siberia
Vladimir Kazantsev, Mikhail Glagolev, Leonid L. Golubyatnikov, and Shamil Maksutov

BG67
EGU2011-1526
Does high cation exchange capacity of Sphagnum mosses drive fen-bog successions?
Nadejda Soudzilovskaia and Hans Cornelissen

BG68
EGU2011-2952
Understanding multiple element budgets of peatlands - a role for simple stoichiometry?
Fred Worrall, Gareth Clay, and Tim Burt

BG69
EGU2011-592
Greenhouse gas exchange and global warming potential of a peat bog restoration sequence in NW Germany
Sascha Beetz, Horst Liebersbach, Heinrich Höper, Matthias Drösler, and Stephan Glatzel

BG70
EGU2011-908
Interpreting trace gas fluxes through eddy covariance from different land management types in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta peatlands, California, USA
Jaclyn Hatala, Matteo Detto, Frank Andersen, Joseph Verfaillie, Oliver Sonnentag, and Dennis Baldocchi

BG71 EGU2011-2950
Controls upon Net Ecosystem Respiration from UK peatlands (withdrawn)
Fred Worrall, James Rowson, Gareth Clay, and Simon Drew

BG72
EGU2011-3222
The effect of mining, abandonment, and restoration on carbon dioxide and methane exchange between peatlands and the atmosphere and porewater dissolved organic carbon in eastern Canada
Tim Moore, Stephan Glatzel, Nathan Basiliko, Moshe Dalva, Maggie Langins, Michele Marinier, and Nigel Roulet

BG73
EGU2011-4283
Controls on Ecosystem and Root Respiration in an Alaskan Peatland
Nicole McConnell, Anthony McGuire, Jennifer Harden, Evan Kane, and Merritt Turetsky

BG74
EGU2011-5019
Long term measurements of methane emission from a boreal fen measured by eddy covariance method
Janne Rinne, Sami Haapanala, Olli Peltola, Mari Pihlatie, Mika Aurela, Juha Hatakka, Ivan Mammarella, Tuomas Laurila, Eeva-Stiina Tuittila, and Timo Vesala

BG75
EGU2011-5093
Improving DOC flux estimates in peatlands through continuous UV-visible absorbance measurement
Richard Grayson and Joseph Holden

BG76
EGU2011-6968
Role of interacting soil engineers in the transfers of C-N-S in a regenerating cutover peatland
Aurélien Gicquel, Françoise Binet, Marie-Paule Briand, Nathalie Josselin, and André-Jean Francez

BG77
EGU2011-7618
Sphagnum - methanotrophs symbionts activity at different methane concentration and temperature
Agnieszka Wołoszyn, Anna Pytlak, Danuta Urban, and Zofia Stepniewska

BG78
EGU2011-10930 | presentation | presentation
Net ecosystem CO2 exchange of sub-Arctic heath and lichen communities across a forest to mire transition
Rafael Poyatos, Andreas Heinemeyer, Phil Ineson, Brian Huntley, and Robert Baxter

BG79
EGU2011-7832
Effects of short-term ecosystem experimental warming on water extractable organic matter in an ombrotrophic Sphagnum peatland (Le Forbonnet, France)
Frédéric Delarue, Fatima Laggoun-Défarge, Vincent Jassey, Sébastien Gogo, and Jean-Robert Disnar

BG80
EGU2011-10652
Peat composition and land use as indicator to greenhouse gases emission on peatland
Tonu Tonutare, Raimo Kõlli, and Merrit Noormets

BG81
EGU2011-9804 | presentation | presentation
Carbon dynamics differences between Sphagnum and peatland invading vascular plants litters assessed by laboratory experiments and modelling.
Sébastien Gogo, Fatima Laggoun-Défarge, Nicolas Gouélibo, and Frédéric Delarue

BG82
EGU2011-7693
Climatic effect on seasonal polyphenols/phenoloxidase interplay in Sphagnum fallax along a narrow ecological gradient
Vincent Jassey, Geneviève Chiapusio, Daniel Gilbert, Alexandre Buttler, Marie-Laure Toussaint, and Philippe Binet

BG83 EGU2011-10987
Accidental Carbon Emissions and Smouldering Peat Fires in the Earth System (withdrawn)
Guillermo Rein and Rory Hadden