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Posters CR4.2

CR4.2

Quantification of permafrost and hydrological interactions in a changing climate.
Convener: Andrew Frampton  | Co-Conveners: Victor Bense , Huijun Jin , Martine van der Ploeg , Jorien Vonk 
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Hall X5

Attendance Time: Friday, 28 Apr, 10:30–12:00
Hall X5
X5.455
EGU2017-4130
The GRASP project – a multidisciplinary study of hydrology and biogeochemistry in a periglacial catchment area
Emma Johansson and Tobias Lindborg

X5.456
EGU2017-4474
Hydrogeochemical characterisation of groundwater in a small watershed in a discontinuous permafrost zone.
Marion Cochand, John Molson, Johannes A.C Barth, Robert van Geldern, Jean-Michel Lemieux, Richard Fortier, and René Therrien

X5.457
EGU2017-5661
Thaw pond dynamics and carbon emissions in a Siberian lowland tundra landscape
Ko van Huissteden, Monique Heijmans, Josh Dean, Ove Meisel, Arne Goovaerts, Frans-Jan Parmentier, Gabriela Schaepman-Strub, Luca Belelli Marchesini, Alexander Kononov, Trofim Maximov, Alberto Borges, and Steven Bouillon

X5.458
EGU2017-9093
Arctic catchment releases mostly young aquatic carbon despite complete thawing of old organic-rich permafrost soils during growing season.
Joshua F. Dean, Michael F. Billett, Kerry J. Dinsmore, Mark H. Garnett, and Ype van der Velde

X5.459
EGU2017-8796
Summer CO2 fluxes from streams in the Ob River catchment, Western Siberia
Svetlana Serikova, Jan Karlsson, Oleg Pokrovsky, Rinat Manasypov, and Ivan Krickov

X5.460
EGU2017-9101
Hydrological patterns in warming permafrost: comparing results from a control and drained site on a floodplain tundra near Chersky, Northeast Siberia
Sandra Boelck, Mathias Goeckede, Anke Hildebrandt, Jorien Vonk, and Martin Heimann

X5.461
EGU2017-16659
Subpermafrost groundwater systems
Martine van der Ploeg, Victor Bense, and Sylvi Haldorsen

X5.462
EGU2017-9289
Subsurface flow pathway dynamics in the active layer of coupled permafrost-hydrogeological systems under seasonal and annual temperature variability.
Andrew Frampton

X5.463
EGU2017-9242
Effects of soil moisture retention on ice distribution and active layer thickness subject to seasonal ground temperature variations in a dry loess terrace in Adventdalen, Svalbard.
Carina Schuh, Andrew Frampton, and Hanne Christiansen

X5.464
EGU2017-9722
Evaluating permafrost thaw vulnerabilities and hydrologic impacts in boreal Alaska (USA) watersheds by integrating field data and cryohydrogeologic modeling (solicited)
Michelle Walvoord, Clifford Voss, Brian Ebel, and Burke Minsley

X5.465
EGU2017-9449
Soil thaw effects on river discharge recessions of a subarctic catchment
Stefan Ploum, Steve Lyon, Ryan Teuling, and Ype van der Velde

X5.466
EGU2017-13599
Thermal impact of a small alas-valley river in a continuous permafrost area - insights and issues raised from a field monitoring Site in Syrdakh (Central Yakutia)
Christophe Grenier, Roux Nicolas, Alexander Fedorov, Pavel Konstantinov, Antoine Séjourné, François Costard, Christelle Marlin, Ivan Khristoforov, and Albane Saintenoy

X5.467
EGU2017-13318
Experimental study on interior temperature variation characteristics of rock-like material during the freeze-thaw cycle
Yanjun Shen, Gengshe Yang, Liyun Tang, and Hailiang Jia

X5.468
EGU2017-18378
Modelling hydrological processes at different scales across Russian permafrost domain
Olga Makarieva, Lyudmila Lebedeva, Natalia Nesterova, and Tatyana Vinogradova

X5.469
EGU2017-12313
Seasonal variation of Arsenic concentrations in natural water of the Source Area of the Yellow River on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China
Congrong Yu

X5.470
EGU2017-13810
Discontinuous permafrost dynamics - simulating effects from spatially varying snow cover and soil moisture on permafrost thaw in 2D
Ylva Sjöberg, A. Britta K. Sannel, Ethan T. Coon, and Scott L. Painter

X5.471
EGU2017-13450
Interactions between surface waters in King George Island, Antarctica – a stable isotope perspective
Aurel Perşoiu and Carmen Bădăluță