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Natural and pyrogenic organic carbon and nitrogen in soils: Function, fate, analytical challenges and how this relates to the concept of humic substancesPICO Session
Convener: Heike Knicker 
Co-Conveners: Teodoro Miano , Claudio Zaccone , José María De la Rosa , Nicasio T Jiménez-Morillo , María López-Martín , Marta Velasco Molina 
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 / Thu, 21 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / PICO spot 4
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Thursday, 21 Apr 2016
PICO spot 4
Chairperson: María López-Martín
Pyrogenic organic matter

13:30–13:40 PICO4.1
The impact of pyrogenic C on soil functioning : a study using ancient killn soil as a model system
Cornelia Rumpel, Christophe Naisse, Phuong Thi Ngo, Bernard Davasse, Cyril Girardin, and Abad Chabbi
13:40–13:42 PICO4.2
Temperature & wood source control PyOM turnover in a Northern American forest
Pierre-Joseph Hatton, James Le Moine, Apolline Auclerc, Mark Gormley, Tim R. Filley, Knute J. Nadelhoffer, and Jeff. A. Bird
13:42–13:44 PICO4.3
Pyrogenic Carbon in forest soils across climate and soil property gradients in Switzerland
Moritz Reisser, Beatriz R. González Domínguez, Frank Hagedorn, and Samuel Abiven
13:44–13:46 PICO4.4
Total and pyrogenic carbon stocks in black spruce forest floors from eastern Canada
Laure Soucemarianadin, Sylvie Quideau, M. Derek MacKenzie, Alison Munson, Juliette Boiffin, Guy Bernard, and Roderick Wasylishen
13:46–13:48 PICO4.5
Fractionating fresh natural charcoal on a size basis allows distinguishing materials with different characteristics (withdrawn)
Giovanni Mastrolonardo, Cornelia Rumpel, Ornella Francioso, Victoria Hudspith, and Giacomo Certini
13:48–13:50 PICO4.6
Global Distribution of Pyrogenic Carbon
Moritz Reisser, Samuel Abiven, and Michael W. I. Schmidt
13:50–13:52 PICO4.7
The role of fire in the formation of soil organic matter in tropical and subtropical climatic zones
Marta Velasco-Molina and Heike Knicker
13:52–13:54 PICO4.8
Discerning the biochemical stability of pyrogenic C in soils
José M. De la Rosa, Marina Paneque, Lidia Contreras-Bernal, Ana Z. Miller, and Heike Knicker
13:54–13:56 PICO4.9
Chemical recalcitrance of biochar and wildfire charcoal: how similar are they?
Cristina Santin, Stefan H. Doerr, and Agustin Merino
13:56–13:58 PICO4.10
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Biochar mineralization and priming effect on SOM decomposition. Results from a field trial in a short rotation coppice in Italy
Maurizio Ventura, Giorgio Alberti, Pietro Panzacchi, Gemini Delle Vedove, Franco Miglietta, and Giustino Tonon
13:58–14:00 PICO4.11
Biochemical stability of sewage sludge chars and their impact on soil organic matter of a Mediterranean Cambisol
Marina Paneque, José María De la Rosa, Carlos Aragón, Jürgen Kern, and Heike Knicker
Natural organic matter

14:00–14:02 PICO4.12
Carbon dynamics with prolonged arable cropping soils in the Dano district (Southwest Burkina-Faso)
Ozias Hounkpatin, Gerhard Welp, and Wulf Amelung
14:02–14:04 PICO4.13
Mineral associated and aggregate-occluded soil carbon decreased with increasing nitrogen and residue input for three decades
Muhammad Shahbaz, Yakov Kuzyakov, and Felix Heitkamp
14:04–14:06 PICO4.14
Two factors defining humus as a key structural component of soil organic matter and as a physicochemical speciation of carbon in its turnover wending its way through the micro environment of soil, sediments and natural waters
Olga Aleksandrova
14:06–14:08 PICO4.15
Reappraisal of soil C storage processes. The controversy on structural diversity of humic substances as biogeochemical driver for soil C fluxes
Gonzalo Almendros, Francisco J. Gonzalez-Vila, Jose Antonio Gonzalez-Perez, and Heike Knicker
Interactive Presentations at PICO Screens

Coffee break
Chairperson: Marta Velasco-Molina
15:30–15:32 PICO4.1
Sorption of estrogens and pesticides from aqueous solution by a humic acid and raw and processed plant materials
Elisabetta Loffredo and Eren Taskin
15:32–15:34 PICO4.2
The Role of Humic Acid in Cobalt Sorption to Soil Minerals
Gemma Woodward, Caroline Peacock, Olivia Thompson, Gareth Law, Alba Otero Fariña, and Ian Burke
15:34–15:36 PICO4.3
Changes in redox properties of humic acids upon sorption to alumina
Edisson Subdiaga, Silvia Orsetti, Sharmishta Jindal, and Stefan B. Haderlein
15:36–15:38 PICO4.4
Humus-assisted cleaning of heavy metal contaminated soils
Ole K. Borggaard and Signe B. Rasmussen
15:38–15:40 PICO4.5
Nitrogen-rich higher-molecular soil organic compounds patterned by lignin degradation products: Considerations on the nature of soil organic nitrogen
Falk Liebner, Luca Bertoli, Georg Pour, Karl Klinger, Tamer Ragab, and Thomas Rosenau
15:40–15:42 PICO4.6
Nitrogen input effectiveness on carbon sequestration in rainfed cropping system
Agata Novara, Luciano Gristina, and Ignazio Poma
Analytical techniques applied in SOM research

15:42–15:44 PICO4.7
Assessing Soil Organic Matter Thermal Stability with i-Chemometrics (withdrawn)
Francisco Guerrero, Jonathan Maynard, and Jeff Hatten
15:44–15:46 PICO4.8
Improving interpretation of infrared spectra for OM characterization by subtraction of spectra from incinerated samples (withdrawn)
Ruth, H. Ellerbrock, Horst, H. Gerke, and Martin Leue
15:46–15:48 PICO4.9
Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy for the assesment of soil organic carbon removal by superheated water: preliminary results
Vladimir Ćirić, Jaroslava Švarc-Gajić, Branislav Jović, Branko Kordić, Bojana Šodić, and Srđan Šeremešić
15:48–15:50 PICO4.10
Improved chemometric methodologies for the assessment of soil carbon sequestration mechanisms
Marco A. Jiménez-González, Gonzalo Almendros, Ana M. Álvarez, and Francisco J. González-Vila
15:50–15:52 PICO4.11
Two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy strongly enhances soil organic matter composition analysis
Laure Soucemarianadin, Björn Erhagen, Mats Öquist, Mats Nilsson, Mattias Hedenström, and Jürgen Schleucher
15:52–15:54 PICO4.12
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) solid-state NMR spectroscopy, a new approach to study humic material?
Heike Knicker, Sascha Lange, Barth van Rossum, and Hartmut Oschkinat
15:54–15:56 PICO4.13
Fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for quality assessment of humic substances
Patrycja Boguta
15:56–15:58 PICO4.14
New analytical technique for establishing the quality of Soil Organic Matter affected by a wildfire. A first approach using Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
Nicasio T Jiménez-Morillo, José A. González-Pérez, Derek C. Waggoner, Gonzalo Almendros, Francisco J. González-Vila, and Patrick G. Hatcher
15:58–16:00 PICO4.15
Characterization of pyrogenic organic matter by 2-dimenstional HETeronucleus CORelation solid-state 13C NMR (HETCOR) spectroscopy
Heike Knicker
16:00–16:02 PICO4.16
The Metaproteome of "Park Grass" soil - a reference for EU soil science
Gerry Quinn, Ed Dudley, Stefan Doerr, Peter Matthews, Ingrid Halen, Richard Walley, Rhys Ashton, Tom Delmont, Lewis Francis, Salvatore Andrea Gazze, and Geertje Van Keulen
16:02–16:04 PICO4.17
Geochemical indicators and characterization of soil water repellence in three dominant ecosystems of Western Australia
Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Nicasio T. Jiménez-Morillo, Antonio Jordan, Lorena M. Zavala, Jason Stevens, and Jose Antonio González-Pérez
Interactive Presentations at PICO Screens