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Posters BG3.1

BG3.1

Biogeochemistry of coastal seas and continental shelves, with a special focus on Sedimentary Carbon in the Coastal Ocean (including Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky Medal Lecture)
Convener: Helmuth Thomas 
Co-Conveners: Alberto V. Borges , Craig Smeaton , William Austin , Hilary Kennedy , Evina Gontikaki 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 20 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–17:00  / Room 1.61
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Foyer N
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Foyer N
Chairperson: Helmuth Thomas, Craig Smeaton
N.28
EGU2016-8877
Carbon and Carbon Isotope Cycling in the Western Canadian Arctic
Jacoba Mol and Helmuth Thomas

N.29
EGU2016-9426
Continuous pCO2 Time Series from Ocean Networks Canada cabled observatories on the northeast Pacific shelf-edge/upper slope and in the sub-tidal Arctic
S. Kim Juniper, Akash Sastri, Steven Mihaly, Jeremy Whitehead, Brent Else, Helmuth Thomas, and Lisa Miller

N.30
EGU2016-4684
Inorganic Carbon Cycling and Biogeochemical Processes in an Arctic Inland Sea (Hudson Bay)
William Burt, Helmuth Thomas, Lisa Miller, Mats Granskog, Tim Papakyriakou, and Leah Pengelly

N.31
EGU2016-4722
Regulation of CO2 Air Sea Fluxes by Sediments in the North Sea
William Burt, Helmuth Thomas, Mathilde Hagens, Heiko Brenner, Johannes Pätsch, Nicola Clargo, and Lesley Salt

N.32
EGU2016-10246
A novel adaptive biogeochemical model, and its 3-D application for a decadal hindcast simulation of the biogeochemistry of the southern North Sea
Onur Kerimoglu, Richard Hofmeister, and Kai Wirtz

N.33 EGU2016-14787
The role of upwelling systems for air-sea exchange in marginal seas (withdrawn)
Anna Rutgersson, Erik Sahlee, and Gaelle Parard

N.34
EGU2016-15881
Bio-physical processes contribution to oxygen budget in the ETNA OMZ: a model based analysis study
Eyram Koku Apetcho, Ivonne Montes, Katja Fennel, Birgit Schneider, and Andreas Oschlies

N.35
EGU2016-17397
Contribution of Outer-shelf Deep Water to the nutrient inventories in the euphotic zone of Changjiang River plume during summer
Jianfang Chen

N.36
EGU2016-976
Linking carbon and iron cycles by investigating transport, fate and mineralogy of iron-bearing colloids from peat-draining rivers - Scotland as model for high-latitude rivers
Deborah Wood, Kirsty Crocket, Tim Brand, Marc Stutter, Clare Wilson, and Christian Schröder

N.37
EGU2016-18155
Geochemistry of sedimentary organic carbon in the shelf sediments from the Bering Sea: multiple proxy and implication for the sea ice change for the past century
Limin Hu, Xuefa Shi, and Yanguang Liu

N.39
EGU2016-14043
Carbon budgets and potential blue carbon stores in Scotland’s coastal and marine environment
John Howe and william austin

N.40
EGU2016-7623
The loss of Scottish peatlands: Implications for long-term net gains in coastal Blue Carbon stocks.
William Austin, Craig Smeaton, Cathy Winterton, Jessica Clarke, Laura Smith, Hannah Ward, and Keith Bennett

N.41
EGU2016-10518
Dissolved black carbon along the land to ocean continuum of Paraiba do Sul River, Brazil
Jomar Marques da Silva Junior, Thorsten Dittmar, Jutta Niggemann, Marcelo Gomes de Almeida, and Carlos Eduardo de Rezende

N.42
EGU2016-10746
Mercury in sediments from shelf and continental slope at Campos Basin near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Beatriz Araujo, Holger Hintelmann, Brian Dimock, Marcelo Gomes de Almeida, Ana Paula Falcão, and Carlos Eduardo de Rezende

N.43
EGU2016-10792
Stocks and sources of carbon buried in the salt marshes and seagrass beds of Patos Lagoon Estuary, Southern Brazil
Elizabeth Patterson, Beverly Johnson, Philip Dostie, and Margareth Copertino

N.44
EGU2016-16398
Assessing the carbon benefit of saltmarsh restoration
Benjamin Taylor, David Paterson, and Nicholas Hanley

N.45
EGU2016-17272 | presentation | presentation
Organic carbon in glacial fjords of Chilean Patagonia
Silvio Pantoja, Marcelo Gutiérrez, Fabián Tapia, Leslie Abarzúa, Giovanni Daneri, Brian Reid, and Beatriz Díez

N.46
EGU2016-11312
Seasonal variability, seismic disturbance and the recovery on the seafloor, off Sanriku, Northeastern Japan
Kazumasa Oguri, Yasuo Furushima, Takashi Toyofuku, Takafumi Kasaya, Masahide Wakita, Shuichi Watanabe, Katsunori Fujikura, Shinji Tsuchida, Yoshihiro Fujiwara, and Hiroshi Kitazato

N.47
EGU2016-10083
Carbon cycling in salt marsh dominated estuaries along the US Atlantic coast
Inke Forbrich, Hafsah B. Nahrawi, Shiyu Wang, Monique Leclerc, Charles S. Hopkinson, Anne E. Giblin, Merryl Alber, and Wei-Jun Cai

N.48
EGU2016-15535
Bony fish and their contribution to marine inorganic carbon cycling
Michael Salter, Chris Perry, Rod Wilson, and Alistair Harborne