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Posters SSS4.14

SSS4.14

Microbial community composition, growth and activity in soil: environmental controls and functional contributions
Convener: Johannes Rousk  | Co-Conveners: Paul Dijkstra , Kristin Rath , Andreas Richter 
Orals
 / Thu, 16 Apr, 10:30–12:15  / 13:30–15:15  / Room B13
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 16 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Kristin Rath & Johannes Rousk
B935
EGU2015-348
Soil microbial communities as suitable bioindicators of trace metal pollution in agricultural volcanic soils
Carolina Parelho, Armindo dos Santos Rodrigues, Maria do Carmo Barreto, Nuno Gonçalo Ferreira, and Patrícia Garcia

B936
EGU2015-2311
Main factors controlling microbial community structure, growth and activity after reclamation of a tailing pond with aided phytostabilization
Raúl Zornoza, José A. Acosta, Silvia Martínez-Martínez, Ángel Faz, and Erland Bååth

B937
EGU2015-1008 | presentation
Heterotrophic bacteria in soils of Larsemann Oasis of East Antarctica
Nikita Churilin and Vera Soina

B938
EGU2015-10430
Effects of soil water repellency on microbial community structure and functions in Mediterranean pine forests
Elena Lozano, Sue J. Grayston, Jorge Mataix-Solera, Victoria Arcenegui, Patricia Jimenez-Pinilla, and Jorge Mataix-Beneyto

B939
EGU2015-14192
Ruderal plants in remaining Cerrado areas: floristic survey, origin and mycorrhization
Maria José Neto, Helena de Cássia Brassaloti Otsubo, Kátia Luciene Maltoni, and Ana Maria Rodrigues Cassiolato

B940 EGU2015-15382
Autochthonous microbe-assisted phytoremediation of brown coal mine overburden soil (withdrawn)
Saud Hamidović, Smilja Teodorović, Blažo Lalević, Vera Karličić, Ljubinko Jovanović, Dragan Kiković, and Vera Raičević

B941
EGU2015-8787
Is litter decomposition 'primed' by primary producer-release of labile carbon in terrestrial and aquatic experimental systems?
A. Margarida P. M. Soares, Emma S. Kritzberg, and Johannes Rousk

B942 EGU2015-9812
Examination of Soil Biofilm Forming Potential by Pathogenic Bacteria (withdrawn)
Bojana Vujovic, Smilja Teodorovic, Ivana Spasojevic, and Vera Raicevic

B943
EGU2015-7454
High Carbon Use Efficiency is Not Explained by Production of Storage Compounds
Paul Dijkstra and Kees-Jan van Groenigen

B944
EGU2015-3838
Microbial respiration per unit microbial biomass increases with carbon-to-nutrient ratios in soils
Marie Spohn and Marcin Chodak

B945
EGU2015-8716
Integrating microbial diversity in soil carbon dynamic models parameters
Benjamin Louis, Safya Menasseri-Aubry, Philippe Leterme, Pierre-Alain Maron, and Valérie Viaud

B946
EGU2015-10858
Vertical patterns of ecoenzyme activities in forest soils after 20 years of simulated nitrogen deposition
Stefan J. Forstner, Stefanie Kloss, Katharina M. Keiblinger, Patrick Schleppi, Frank Hagedorn, Per Gundersen, Wolfgang Wanek, Martin H. Gerzabek, and Sophie Zechmeister-Boltenstern

B947
EGU2015-11973
Soil organic carbon mining versus priming – controls of soil organic carbon stocks along a management gradient
M Carmen Blanes, Sabine Reinsch, Helen C Glanville, Davey L Jones, José A Carreira, David N Pastrana, and Bridget A Emmett

B948
EGU2015-8825
Towards a more explicit representation of soil microbial community in soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics models: a review
Benjamin Louis, Valérie Viaud, Philippe Leterme, Pierre-Alain Maron, and Safya Menasseri-Aubry

B949
EGU2015-1311
Sugars in soil: Review of sources, contents, fate and functions
Anna Gunina and Yakov Kuzyakov

B950
EGU2015-3614
Fungal-to-bacterial dominance of soil detrital food-webs: Consequences for biogeochemistry
Johannes Rousk and Serita Frey

B951
EGU2015-10911
Investigation of the degradation of 13C-labeled fungal biomass in soil - fate of carbon in a soil bioreactor system
Michael Schweigert, Thomas Fester, Anja Miltner, and Matthias Kaestner

B952 EGU2015-8344
Microbial assembly and functions in oil contaminated soils (withdrawn)
Yuting Liang

B953
EGU2015-14781
Microbial colonisation of sterilised soils across a pH gradient in a full factorial re-inoculation experiment
Gema Barcenas Moreno, Erland Bååth, and Johannes Rousk