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Poster Programme GM4.1

GM4.1

Critical Zone Processes across Environmental Gradients
Convener: François Chabaux  | Co-Convener: Steven A. Banwart 
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 06 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 21
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 06 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Wed, 06 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Hall A

Display time: Wednesday, 06 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Wednesday, 06 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
A112
EGU2011-2463
Speciation, size fractionation and migration of trace elements in small rivers from contrasting climatic environments of boreal zone
Svetlana M. Ilina, Yuriy V. Alekhin, Sergey A. Lapitsky, Jérôme Viers, and Oleg S. Pokrovsky

A113
EGU2011-2945
Characterization of organic matter in a soil sequence at a laterite/podzol transition in the upper Amazon basin. Implication for organic matter exportation in black waters (solicited)
Sylvie Derenne, Marion Bardy, Thierry Allard, Marc Benedetti, and Emmanuel Fritsch

A114
EGU2011-12998 | presentation | presentation
Comparison of dissolved inorganic and organic carbon yields and fluxes in the watersheds of tropical volcanic islands, examples from Guadeloupe (FWI) (solicited)
Marc Benedetti, Emily Lloret, Céline Dessert, Patrick Alberic, and Jérôme Gaillardet

A115
EGU2011-5718
Determination of sedimentary fluxes and their comparison with chemical weathering fluxes at the outlet of the granitic Strengbach catchment (Vosges massif, Eastern France)
Daniel Viville, François Chabaux, Marie Claire Pierret, and Peter Stille

A116
EGU2011-9826
Increase of erosion processes induced by the evolution of anthropogenic agricultural pressure during the last decades
Virginie Vergnaud, Luc Aquilina, Thierry Labasque, and Anne-Catherine Pierson-Wickmann

A117 EGU2011-2734
Coupling of terrestrial water and carbon cycles: implications for climate models (withdrawn)
Jan Veizer

A118
EGU2011-8782
Weathering flux sensitivity to short time scale climatic variability: out of steady-state modelling study (Mule Hole watershed, South India)
Aurélie Violette, Yves Goddéris, Jean-Christophe Maréchal, Jean Riotte, Muddu Sekhar, and Jean-Jacques Braun

A119
EGU2011-3316
CO2 consumption by weathering processes at high latitudes : the case of the Mackenzie river
Emilie Beaulieu, Yves Goddéris, David Labat, and Yannick Donnadieu

A120
EGU2011-6451
Water/rock interactions: clues from experiments and Pb-Li isotopes tracing (solicited)
Romain Millot and Philippe Négrel

A121
EGU2011-7118 | presentation | presentation
Using integrated experiments and mathematical modeling to upscale biotic weathering processes from pore to field and global scales
Jonathan Bridge and Steven Banwart and the NERC Weathering Science Consortium

A122
EGU2011-10955
Imaging the architecture of the Critical Zone along an altitudinal gradient in the Rocky Mountains Front Range of Colorado, USA
Matthias Leopold and Jörg Völkel

A123
EGU2011-9668
Plant-mediated weathering of granular basalt
Katerina Dontsova, Genna Gallas, Edward Hunt, Jon Chorover, and Sujith Ravi

A124
EGU2011-10259
Boron isotopes profile in temperate forest granitic soils: a clue for exploring past and present weathering conditions (solicited)
Damien Lemarchand, Damien Cividini, Marie-Pierre Turpault, and François Chabaux

A125
EGU2011-11027
Experimental approach reveals distinct mechanisms of biotite weathering under different chemical conditions.
Alexandre Voinot, Damien Lemarchand, Marie-Pierre Turpault, and François Chabaux

A126
EGU2011-6026
Temporal variations of dissolved chemical fluxes carried by Siberian rivers (Kochechum river and Nizhnyaya Tunguska river, Central Siberia)
Marie-Laure Bagard, Francois Chabaux, Oleg Pokrovsky, jerome Viers, Anatoly Prokushkin, Sophie Rihs, Anne-Désirée Schmitt, Peter Stille, and Bernard Dupré

A127
EGU2011-12643
Influence of permafrost thawing on dissolved organic matter composition
Joëlle templier, Oleg Pokrovsky, Sylvie Derenne, Jérôme Viers, and François Chabaux

A128
EGU2011-13052
Chemical and biological gradients along the soil chronosequence of the Damma Glacier Critical Zone observatory (Switzerland) (solicited)
Stefano M. Bernasconi and the BigLink Consortium