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PICOs BG1.9/SSS13.11

BG1.9/SSS13.11

Interdisciplinary session on the global Phosphorus cycle (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Tom Jilbert  | Co-Conveners: Phil Haygarth , Daniel Blackburn , Ben Surridge , Federica Tamburini , Christian März , Tobias Goldhammer , Friederike Lang , Jaane Krüger 
PICOs
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / PICO spot 5a

Friday, 28 April 2017
PICO spot 5a
Chairperson: Tom Jilbert
08:30–08:40
PICO5a.1
EGU2017-9711
Marine microbial phosphorus biogeochemistry: molecular insights into the phosphorus cycle
Sonya Dyhrman
08:40–08:42
PICO5a.2
EGU2017-16898
Application experiments to trace N-P interactions in forest ecosystems
Jaane Krüger, Jörg Niederberger, Stefanie Schulz, and Friederike Lang
08:42–08:44
PICO5a.3
EGU2017-19499
Microdialysis of Soil P: A means to mimic root uptake?
Helmer Schack-Kirschner, Dominic Demand, and Friederike Lang
08:44–08:46
PICO5a.4
EGU2017-2867
Tracing the fate of organic P compounds in soil - a direct investigation of microbial organic P use
Daniel Wasner, David Zezula, and Wolfgang Wanek
08:46–08:48
PICO5a.5
EGU2017-19249
Simultaneous quantification of soil phosphorus labile pool and desorption kinetics using DGTs and 3D-DIFS
Daniel Menezes-Blackburn, Jiahui Sun, Niklas Lehto, Hao Zhang, Marc Stutter, Courtney D Giles, Tegan Darch, Timothy S George, Charles Shand, David Lumsdon, Martin Blackwell, Catherine Wearing, Patricia Cooper, Renate Wendler, Lawrie Brown, and Philip M Haygarth
08:48–08:50
PICO5a.6
EGU2017-839
Phosphorus content in three physical fractions of typical Chernozem
Anna Kotelnikova, Zoya Egorova, Nikolai Sushkov, Natalia Matveeva, Ilya Fastovets, Olga Rogova, and Dmitriy Volkov
08:50–08:52
PICO5a.7
EGU2017-17405
Processes controlling soil P amounts and availability along a weathering gradient
Julian Helfenstein, Federica Tamburini, Christian von Sperber, Michael Massey, Chiara Pistocchi, Oliver Chadwick, Peter Vitousek, and Emmanuel Frossard
08:52–08:54
PICO5a.8
EGU2017-14174
Contrasted response of colloidal, organic and inorganic dissolved phosphorus forms during rewetting of dried riparian soils
Sen Gu, Gérard Gruau, François Malique, Rémi Dupas, Chantal Gascuel-Odoux, Patrice Petitjean, and Martine Bouhnik-Le Coz
08:54–08:56
PICO5a.9
EGU2017-19366
Phosphorus Fate and Transport across Fields and Catchments: Addressing the Paradoxical Dilemma
Andrew Sharpley, Helen Jarvie, Laura Johnson, and Doug Smith
08:56–08:58
PICO5a.10
EGU2017-11997
Release of dissolved phosphorus from riparian vegetated buffer strips: a field assessment of mechanisms and risks
Gerard Gruau, Sen Gu, Patrice Petitjean, Rémi Dupas, Chantal Gascuel-odoux, and Cornelia Rumpel
08:58–09:00
PICO5a.11
EGU2017-12352
Dynamics of Phosphorus export from small forested catchments in low mountain ranges in Germany
Stefan Julich, Dorit Julich, Raphael Benning, and Karl-Heinz Feger
09:00–09:02
PICO5a.12
EGU2017-8325
Quantity and quality of phosphorus losses from an artificially drained lowland catchment
Monika Nausch, Jana Woelk, Petra Kahle, Günther Nausch, Thomas Leipe, and Bernd Lennartz
09:02–09:04
PICO5a.13
EGU2017-19325
Toward an understanding of “Legacy P” - phosphorus sorption mechanisms in stream sediments as influenced by organic matter
Yuki Audette, Ivan P O’Halloran, Peter M Nowell, Katelyn Congreves, and R Paul Voroney
09:04–09:06
PICO5a.14
EGU2017-18402
Utilization of legacy P in soils, a strategic approach meeting the 40% loading reduction goal while sustaining agricultural production in the Lake Erie basin?
Tiequan Zhang, Chin, S. Tan, Yutao Wang, and Tom Welacky
09:06–09:08
PICO5a.15
EGU2017-8830
Cascade dams influence on sediment characteristics and phosphorus distribution.
Anne Rapin, Brice Mourier, Marion Rabiet, Grybos Malgorzata, Tim Kestens, and Veronique Deluchat
09:08–09:10
PICO5a.16
EGU2017-8425
Mechanisms involved in phosphorus mobility at sediment/water interface under redox oscillations in dam-reservoir context
Anne Rapin, Malgorzata Grybos, Marion Rabiet, Tim Kestens, Brice Mourier, and Veronique Deluchat
09:10–09:12
PICO5a.17
EGU2017-15386
A mechanism by which the Baltic Sea may restore itself from eutrophication caused by P released from sediments during anoxia (withdrawn)
Anders Stigebrandt
09:12–09:14
PICO5a.18
EGU2017-15757
Multidecadal oscillations in past Baltic Sea hypoxia: the role of sedimentary iron-phosphorus feedbacks
Tom Jilbert, Bo G Gustafsson, Simon Veldhuijzen, Daniel C Reed, Niels A G M van Helmond, and Caroline P Slomp
09:14–10:00
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