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Posters SSS0.2

SSS0.2

Innovative and successful research on soil science developed by young scientists
Convener: Jantiene Baartman  | Co-Conveners: Agata Novara , Estela Nadal Romero , Matthias Vanmaercke 
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 02 May, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 02 May, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Jantiene Baartman, Estela Nadal, Matthias Vanmaercke, Agata Novara
B1
EGU2014-2189
imVisIR - a new tool for high resolution soil characterisation (solicited)
Markus Steffens and Henning Buddenbaum

B2
EGU2014-13349
3D-printing of undisturbed soil imaged by X-ray
Matthias Bacher, John Koestel, and Andreas Schwen

B3
EGU2014-4230
Are we overestimating organic carbon concentrations in soils containing inorganic carbon?
Andrew Cunliffe, Richard Brazier, and Ian Vernon

B4
EGU2014-10483
Distinguishing „new“ from „old“ carbon in post mining soils
Olga Vindušková and Jan Frouz

B5
EGU2014-14060
Tracing soil erosion impacts on soil organisms using 137Cs and soil nematodes
Craig Baxter, John S. Rowan, Blair M. McKenzie, and Roy Neilson

B6
EGU2014-12271
Rock fragment movement in shallow rill flow - A laboratory study
Kerstin Becker, Stefan Wirtz, Manuel Seeger, Oliver Gronz, Alexander Remke, Thomas Iserloh, Christine Brings, Markus Casper, and Johannes B. Ries

B7
EGU2014-12859
The relevance of wind-driven rain for future soil erosion research
Wolfgang Fister, Miriam Marzen, Thomas Iserloh, Manuel Seeger, Goswin Heckrath, Philip Greenwood, Nikolaus J. Kuhn, and Johannes B. Ries

B8
EGU2014-737
Madagascar Highland erosion: What can we learn from the archive precipitation data?
Amanda Imola Szabó, Andrea Raveloson, and Balázs Székely

B9 EGU2014-907
A spatially distributed model for the estimation of present water erosion rates in Mediterranean badland areas (withdrawn)
Francesca Vergari

B10
EGU2014-16690
Shrublands and Soil Erosion. An State-of-the-Art
Pablo García Estríngana, David Dunkerley, and Artemi Cerdà