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Posters BG4.2

BG4.2

Freshwater Carbon Cycling: Understanding detail of the source, fate and age of carbon in freshwater systems - Measurement methods including novel sensor applications in sediments and water.
Convener: Philippa Ascough  | Co-Conveners: Leena Vihermaa , Roger Müller 
Orals
 / Wed, 10 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room G5
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Green Posters

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 10 April 2013, 17:30–19:00
Green Posters
G50
EGU2013-3962
The fate and composition of DOC
Catherine Moody and Fred Worrall

G51
EGU2013-6712
Relating dissolved organic carbon quality to biodegradability along land-use and longitudinal gradients in Vesdre River catchment, Belgium
Gretchen Gettel, Luz Bravo-Palacios, Saurabh Gupta, Abraha Weldemariam, and Dagne Dibar

G52 EGU2013-7359
Reservoirs and tailwaters act as both sinks and sources of organic matter in an arid river (withdrawn)
Amber Ulseth and Robert Hall

G53
EGU2013-3251
Organic matter characterization by infrared spectroscopic methods in lake sediment records from boreal and subarctic Sweden: Implications for long-term carbon cycling
Carsten Meyer-Jacob, Peter Rosén, and Richard Bindler

G54
EGU2013-572
Natural and anthropogenic impacts on biogeochemical cycle in Yangtze River basin: Source, transformation and fate of dissolved organic matter (DOM) characterized by 3-D fluorescence spectroscopy
Shuchai Gan, Ying Wu, Hongyan Bao, and Jing Zhang

G55
EGU2013-9572
Carbon cycling in the epilimnion of Lake Kivu (East Africa): surface net autotrophy and emission of CO2 to the atmosphere sustained by geogenic inputs
Alberto V. Borges, Steven Bouillon, Cédric D. T. Morana, Pierre Servais, Jean-Pierre Descy, and François Darchambeau

G56
EGU2013-10056
Two year study of CO2, CH4 and N2O dynamics and fluxes in four rivers in Belgium (Meuse, Ourthe, Geer and Blanc Gravier)
Alberto V. Borges, François Darchambeau, and Aurore Beulen

G57
EGU2013-10939
Biogeochemistry, transport fluxes and emission of greenhouse gases from the Niger River (West Africa): preliminary results after two years of monitoring
François Darchambeau, Steven Bouillon, Bassirou Alhou, and Alberto V. Borges

G58 EGU2013-10781
Geochemical and molecular analyses of lake sediments to understand methane emissions (withdrawn)
Ruth Varner, Martin Wik, Nancy Freitas, Kaitlyn Steele, Joel Johnson, Virginia Rich, and Patrick Crill

G59
EGU2013-9338
Variable enzymatic activity of prokaryotes under different hydrological settings in a river floodplain of the Danube
Anna Sieczko, Karin Meisterl, and Peter Peduzzi

G60
EGU2013-5270
Using water chemistry time series to model dissolved inorganic carbon dynamics in the western Amazon basin
Leena Vihermaa, Susan Waldron, and Jason Newton

G61
EGU2013-10725
Understanding and modelling the variability in Dissolved Organic Carbon concentrations in catchment drainage (solicited)
Martin Coleman, Susan Waldron, Marian Scott, and Simon Drew

G62
EGU2013-10143
Using in-situ spectrophotometric sensors to monitoring dissolved organic carbon concentration: our S::CAN experience
Martin Coleman, Susan Waldron, Marian Scott, and Simon Drew

G63
EGU2013-13253
Sensor-supported high resolution profiling of the excess partial pressure of carbon dioxide in low order fluvial systems.
Susan Waldron and Marian Scott

G64 EGU2013-9403
Optical characterisation and quantification of DOM in streams of the Bavarian Forest during hydrological extreme events (withdrawn)
Ulrike Machulik, Alejandro Spitzy, Oliver Zielinski, and Burkhard Beudert

G65
EGU2013-7474
Application of a UV-Vis submersible probe for capturing changes in DOC concentrations across a mire complex during the snowmelt and summer periods
Armine Avagyan, Benjamin Runkle, and Lars Kutzbach

G66
EGU2013-10997
Semidiurnal and seasonal variations in methane (CH4) emissions from a subtropical hydroelectric reservoir (Nam Theun 2 Reservoir) measured by eddy covariance technique
Chandrashekhar Deshmukh, Dominique Serça, Raphael Tardif, Maud Demarty, Stéphane Descloux, Vincent Chanudet, Pierre Guédant, and Frédéric Guérin