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Posters SSS5.6

SSS5.6

Peatlands and wetlands in the tropics and beyond: biogeochemistry, ecology, and carbon cycle
Conveners: Claudio Zaccone , Ian Lawson 
Co-Conveners: Hinsby Cadillo-Quiroz , Jörg Kaduk , Susan Page 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 10:30–12:15  / Room -2.20
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Outi Lähteenoja, Sue Page
X1.1
EGU2017-5909
Long-term carbon accumulation in Andes peatlands
Yizet Huaman, Patricia Moreira-turq, Bram Willems, Raul Espinoza, Bruno Turq, James Apaéstegui, and Romina Llanos

X1.2
EGU2017-7761
Fate of redox-sensitive elements in two different East-African wetland systems
Björn Glasner and Sabine Fiedler

X1.3
EGU2017-9007
Plant regulation of greenhouse gas emissions and carbon lability in a Neotropical peatland
Nicholas Girkin, Christopher Vane, Benjamin Turner, Nicholas Ostle, and Sofie Sjogersten

X1.4
EGU2017-10157
Carbon accumulation in high-altitude peatlands of the Central Andes of Peru
Romina Llanos, Patricia Moreira-Turcq, Yizet Huaman, Raul Espinoza, James Apaestegui, Bruno Turcq, and Bram Willems

X1.5 EGU2017-12691
Locating and delineating peatlands and other organic soils in the tropics (withdrawn)
Alexandra Barthelmes, Uwe Ballhorn, John Couwenberg, and Hans Joosten

X1.6
EGU2017-13453
Effects of humus quality on the spatial iron distribution in hydromorphic topsoils
Marianna Ringer, Gergely Jakab, Péter Sipos, Máté Karlik, Réka B. Balázs, Katalin Zihné Perényi, and Zoltán Szalai

X1.7
EGU2017-15890
Linking major and trace element headwater stream concentrations to DOC release and hydrologic conditions in a bog and peaty riparian zone
Tanja Broder and Harald Biester

X1.8
EGU2017-15916
Changes in soil organic carbon fractions following remediation of a degraded coastal floodplain wetland
Vanessa Wong, Caitlyn McNaughton, and Amy Pearson

X1.9
EGU2017-16713
Long-term grassland management effects on soil Phosphorus status on rewetted Histosols
Sebastian Heller, Jürgen Müller, and Manfred Kayser

X1.10
EGU2017-17852
Soil organic matter degradation and enzymatic profiles of intertidal and subaqueous soils
Chiara Ferronato, Sara Marinari, Diana Bello, Gilmo Vianello, Carmen Trasar-Cepeda, and Livia Vittori Antisari

X1.11
EGU2017-18794
A Mediterranean free-floating peat mire hosts microbial communities shared by cold latitude habitats
Giuseppe Concheri, Piergiorgio Stevanato, Claudio Zaccone, William Shotyk, Valeria D'Orazio, Teodoro Miano, Daniela Lobianco, Pietro Piffanelli, Valeria Rizzi, Chiara Ferrandi, and Andrea Squartini

X1.12
EGU2017-19440
How can we conserve intact tropical peatlands?
Ian Lawson and Katherine Roucoux

X1.13
EGU2017-18992
Outstanding accumulation of \textit{Sphagnum palustre} in central-southern Italy
Laura Casella and Claudio Zaccone

X1.14 EGU2017-19571
CO2 evasion from channels draining intact and deforested Bornean peat swamp forest (withdrawn)
Matthew Kent, Sunitha Pangala, Christopher Evans, Susan Page, and Vincent Gauci

X1.15
EGU2017-6546
Nitrogen biogeochemistry in tropical peatlands: nitrogen gas emissions and metagenomic insights into related microbial groups
Kuno Kasak, Mikk Espenberg, Kristjan Oopkaup, Teele Ligi, Marika Truu, Jaak Truu, Martin Maddison, Järvi Järveoja, Alar Teemusk, and Ülo Mander

X1.16
EGU2017-11125
Characterizing carbon accumulation in peatlands of NE China by paleolimnology
Kunshan Bao

X1.17
EGU2017-12022
Peatlands and potatoes; organic wetland soils in Uganda
Jenny Farmer, Charlie Langan, Alessandro Gimona, Laura Poggio, and Jo Smith

X1.18 EGU2017-12471
Types and distribution of tropical peatlands and their current degradation status (withdrawn)
Alexandra Barthelmes and Hans Joosten

X1.19
EGU2017-18822
The effect of peat swamp forest degradation on greenhouse gas fluxes in the Peruvian Amazon
Jeffrey van Lent, Kristell Hergoualc'h, Louis Verchot, Jan Willem van Groeningen, and Oene Oenema

The brainstorming exercise led by Anne Quillet and colleagues during the poster session will be briefly discussed at the end of the oral block.