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Forests and the methane and nitrous oxide cycles (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Mari Pihlatie 
Co-Conveners: Vincent Gauci , Sunitha Pangala , Katerina Machacova 
Session details
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / PICO spot A
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Thursday, 27 Apr 2017
PICO spot A
Chairperson: Mari Pihlatie
08:30–08:40 PICOA.1
Formation of methane and nitrous oxide in plants | Highlight
Frank Keppler and Katharina Lenhart
08:40–08:42 PICOA.2
Spatial variability in tree stem CH4 fluxes suggests that uptake dominates over emission across temperate and tropical upland forests.
Vincent Gauci, Bertie Welch, Sunitha Pangala, Emma Sayer, Alex Enrich-Prast, and David Bastviken
08:42–08:44 PICOA.3
Living Trees are a Major Source of Methane in the Temperate Forest | Highlight
Kristofer Covey and the Eastern Forest Methane Group
08:44–08:46 PICOA.4
Tree-mediated methane emissions along a tropical peat dome
Sunitha Pangala, Alison Hoyt, Alex Cobb, Charles Harvey, and Vincent Gauci
08:46–08:48 PICOA.5
Investigating CH4 production in an oxic plant-soil system –a new approach combining isotopic labelling (13C) and inhibitors
Katharina Lenhart and Frank Keppler
08:48–08:50 PICOA.6
CH$_{4}$ production in the deep soil as a source of stem CH$_{4}$ emission in \textit{Fagus sylvatica}?
Martin Maier, Katerina Machacova, Otmar Urban, and Friederike Lang
08:50–08:52 PICOA.7
Tree CH4 fluxes in forestry drained peatland in southern Finland
Iikka Haikarainen, Anuliina Putkinen, Petteri Pyykkö, Elisa Halmeenmäki, and Mari Pihlatie
08:52–08:54 PICOA.8
Willows strongly emit methane (CH4) during dormant season
Katerina Machacova, Klara Janebova, Stanislav Stellner, Jiri Dusek, Marian Pavelka, Renata Ryplova, and Otmar Urban
08:54–08:56 PICOA.9
Ground vegetation reduces forest floor net CH4 uptake in a boreal upland forest
Mari Pihlatie, Antti-Jussi Kieloaho, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Kira Ryhti, and Jussi Heinonsalo
08:56–08:58 PICOA.10
Forest floor methane flux modelled by soil water content and ground vegetation – comparison to above canopy flux
Elisa Halmeenmäki, Olli Peltola, Iikka Haikarainen, Kira Ryhti, Üllar Rannik, and Mari Pihlatie
08:58–09:00 PICOA.11
Observing and modeling links between soil moisture, microbes and CH4 fluxes from forest soils
Jesper Christiansen, David Levy-Booth, Jason Barker, Cindy Prescott, and Sue Grayston
09:00–09:02 PICOA.12
Is CH4 consumption by soils controlled by physics or biology? Results from a study of plot-scale variability of greenhouse gas fluxes
Martin Maier, Sinikka Paulus, Clara Nicolai, and Philipp Nauer
09:02–09:04 PICOA.13
Bark vegetation contributes to nitrous oxide (N2O) deposition by mature beech trees
Katerina Machacova, Martin Maier, Katerina Svobodova, Friederike Lang, and Otmar Urban
09:04–09:06 PICOA.14
N2O emission from plant surfaces – light stimulated and a global phenomenon.
Teis Mikkelsen, Dan Bruhn, and Per Ambus
09:06–09:08 PICOA.15
Nitrous oxide fluxes from tree stems of temperate forests
Yuan Wen, Marife D. Corre, Christine Rachow, and Edzo Veldkamp
09:08–09:10 PICOA.16
Annual fluxes of nitrous oxide (N2O) in boreal trees
Katerina Machacova, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Otmar Urban, and Mari Pihlatie
09:10–09:12 PICOA.17
Nitrous oxide fluxes from forest floor, tree stems and canopies of boreal tree species during spring
Iikka Haikarainen, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Katerina Machacova, and Mari Pihlatie
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