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Posters SSS9.3

SSS9.3

Fire impacts on the Ecosystems (including SSS Division Outstanding ECS Award Lecture)
Convener: Paulo Pereira  | Co-Conveners: Jorge Mataix-Solera , Xavier Ubeda , Zeng Qiang , Katarina Chrenková , Juan F. Martinez-Murillo , Antonio Jordán , Deng Jun , Manfred W. Wuttke , Bernardo Maestrini 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–10:15  / Room K2
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Prof. Juan Murillo-Martinez and Dr. Zeng Qiang
X1.250
EGU2017-114
Prescribed fires effects on physico-chemical properties and quantity of runoff and soil erosion in a Mediterranean forest
Manuel Esteban Lucas-Borja, Pedro Antonio Plaza Alvaréz, Javier Sagra, Raquel Alfaro Sánchez, Daniel Moya, Pablo Ferrandiz Gotor, and Jorge De las Heras Ibañez

X1.251
EGU2017-424
Fractionation of metals by sequential extraction procedures (BCR and Tessier) in soil exposed to fire of wide temperature range
Hana Fajkovic, Sanda Rončević, Ivan Nemet, Esad Prohić, and Dana Leontić-Vazdar

X1.252
EGU2017-656
Tracing remobilization of nutrients and toxic elements after application of rice straw or derived ash / biochar in paddy soils
Jörg Schaller, Jiajia Wang, and Britta Planer-Friedrich

X1.253
EGU2017-774
Design and implementation of the monitoring system for underground coal fires in Xinjiang region, China
Dang Li-bo, Wu Jia-chun, Liu Yue-xing, Chang Yuan, and Peng Bin

X1.254
EGU2017-867
FEMME- post-Fire Emergency ManageMEnt tool.
Diana Vieira, Dalila Serpa, João Rocha, João Nunes, and Jacob Keizer

X1.255
EGU2017-1248
Effects of woody species encroachment and fire on the soil seed bank of Transylvanian dry basiphilous grasslands - perspectives for their restoration
Eugen Görzen, Karina Borisova, Eszter Ruprecht, Annamária Fenesi, Katalin Lukács, Anna Bertram, and Tobias W. Donath

X1.256
EGU2017-2331
Study on Mechanism of gas explosion induced by Coal mine internal fire
Lu Wei-dong and Yin Bin

X1.257
EGU2017-2782
Historical trends of black carbon deposition in wetlands in Northeastern China
Chuanyu Gao, Guoping Wang, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

X1.258 EGU2017-4255
Numerical Simulation on the Forced Convective Heat-extraction Method in Coal Fire Zone (withdrawn)
Xiaoxing Zhong and Yan Tang

X1.259
EGU2017-11409
Study of the technology of heat pipe on prevention wildfire of coal gangue hill
Jun Deng, Bei Li, Ximei Ding, and Li Ma

X1.260
EGU2017-11863
Impact of postfire management on soil respiration and C concentration in a managed hemiboreal forest
Kajar Köster, Katrin Seglinš, Kristi Parro, and Marek Metslaid

X1.261
EGU2017-12162
Technologies of monitoring, alerting and controlling for coal fires in China Highlight
Jun Deng, Yang Xiao, Zhen-Min Luo, Yan-Ni Zhang, and Xue-Zhao Zheng

X1.262
EGU2017-14728
Impacts of single and recurrent wildfires on topsoil moisture regime
Oscar González-Pelayo, Maruxa Malvar, Erik van den Elsen, Mohammadreza Hosseini, Celeste Coelho, Coen Ritsema, Susana Bautista, and Jacob Keizer

X1.263
EGU2017-15473
Effectiveness of distinct mulch application rates and schemes under laboratory conditions
Sergio Prats, Joao Abrantes, Isabela Crema, Jacob Keizer, and Joao de Lima

X1.264
EGU2017-17403
Evaluating impacts of fire management strategies on native and invasive plants using an individual-based model
Alexander N. Gangur, Jennifer M. Fill, Tobin D. Northfield, and Marco van de Wiel

X1.265
EGU2017-19017
Effect of post-fire salvage logging treatments on micobiological properties of two different soils in the Povince of Alicante.
Victoria Arcenegui

X1.266 EGU2017-4011
Effects of fire regimes on soil C in fire prone forests of SE Australia: consequences for future management and climate change (withdrawn)
Robert Sawyer and Ross Bradstock

X1.267
EGU2017-4654
acme: The Amendable Coal-Fire Modeling Exercise. A C++ Class Library for the Numerical Simulation of Coal-Fires
Manfred W. Wuttke

X1.268
EGU2017-11823
Expansion and evolution of fractures in coal-rock mass for coalfield fires with the conditions of temperatures and pressures in China
Yang Xiao, Yi-Feng Zhou, Jun Deng, and Xin Yi