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Posters SSS9.20/BG9.62/HS11.57

SSS9.20/BG9.62/HS11.57

Water repellency of soil, biological and manmade materials: origin, assessment and implications (co-organized)
Convener: Emilia Urbanek  | Co-Conveners: Antonio Jordán , Stefan Doerr , Lorena M. Zavala , Matthias Leopold , Miriam Muñoz-Rojas 
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–17:15  / Room K2
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Monday, 24 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Antonio Jordan
X1.326
EGU2017-3646
CO2 response to rewetting of hydrophobic soils - Can soil water repellency inhibit the ‘Birch effect’?
Carmen Sanchez-Garcia, Emilia Urbanek, and Stefan Doerr

X1.327
EGU2017-19117
Mitigation of water repellency in burned soils applying hydrophillic polymers
Jonay Neris, Sara de la Torre, Eva Vidal-Vazquez, and Marcos Lado

X1.328
EGU2017-1148
WIRE project- Soil water repellence in biodiverse semi arid environments: new insights and implications for ecological restoration
Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Nicasio T Jiménez-Morillo, Antonio Jordan, Lorena M Zavala, Jason Stevens, and Jose Antonio González-Pérez

X1.329
EGU2017-11780
Water Repellent Soils: The use of electrical resistivity tomography in a small scale catchment model to evaluate the effectiveness of surfactants.
Mary-Anne Lowe, Falko Mathes, Gavan McGrath, and Matthias Leopold

X1.330
EGU2017-13293
Measuring and understanding soil water repellency through novel interdisciplinary approaches
Helen Balshaw, Peter Douglas, Stefan Doerr, and Matthew Davies

X1.331
EGU2017-13978
Impact of water repellency on infiltration of differently concentrated ethanol solutions
Pavel Dlapa, Andrej Hrabovský, Dávid Hriník, and Peter Kuric

X1.332
EGU2017-15726
Increased ambient air temperature alters the severity of soil water repellency
Geertje van Keulen, Kat Sinclair, Ingrid Hallin, Stefan Doerr, Emilia Urbanek, Gerry Quinn, Peter Matthews, Ed Dudley, Lewis Francis, S. Andrea Gazze, and Richard Whalley

X1.333
EGU2017-15813
Soil water repellency in long term drought and warming experiments
Emilia Urbanek, Bridget Emmett, Albert Tietema, and David Robinson

X1.334
EGU2017-17774
Advances in Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) for investigating soil wettability states and soil organic matter (SOM) properties at the nano-scale
Andrea Gazze, Ingrid Hallin, Geertje Van Keulen, Peter Matthews, Edward Dudely, Richard Whalley, Gerry Quinn, Kathryn Sinclair, Rhys Ashton, Stefan Doerr, and Lewis Francis

X1.335
EGU2017-16010
Occurrence, spatial pattern, and influence of atmospheric deposition on top- and subsoil water repellency in a beech forest
Joerg Bachmann, Jürgen Böttcher, Jiem Krüger, and Susanne K Woche

X1.336
EGU2017-15028
Amyloid proteins are highly abundant in water-repellent but not wettable soils: microbial differentiation matters to soils
Geertje van Keulen, Gerry Quinn, Kat Sinclair, Ed Dudley, Martin Swain, Stefan Doerr, Peter Matthews, Lewis Francis, Andrea Gazze, and Ingrid Hallin

X1.337
EGU2017-19311
Some Research into Wetting in Natural Systems
Neil Shirtcliffe, Alexander Struck, Vera Albiez, and Shani-Nini Walker

X1.338
EGU2017-5848
Thermal imaging of water repellence breakdown and build up following surfactant application
Abdulkareem Alsih, Matthias Leopold, and Gavan McGrath

X1.339
EGU2017-7873
The effect of pH modification on wetting kinetics of a naturally water repellent coniferous soil
Ahmad Amer, Dörte Diehl, and Gabriele Schaumann

X1.340
EGU2017-12644
Pore-scale distribution of mucilage affecting water repellency in the rhizosphere
Pascal Benard, Mohsen Zarebanadkouki, Clemens Hedwig, Maire Holz, Mutez Ahmed, and Andrea Carminati

X1.341
EGU2017-16890
Postfire soil erosion processes are conditioned by aridity
Antonio Jordán, Lorena M. Zavala, Ángel J. Gordillo-Rivero, Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Saskia Keesstra, and Artemi Cerdà

X1.342
EGU2017-16958
Temperature peaks affect fire-induced soil water repellency, infiltration and erosion risk of Mediterranean shrublands. Implications for water and sediment connectivity
Antonio Jordán, Lorena M. Zavala, Ángel J. Gordillo-Rivero, Miriam Miriam, Saskia Keesstra, and Artemi Cerdà

X1.343
EGU2017-16997
Post-fire mulching and soil hydrological response
Antonio Jordán, Lorena M. Zavala, Ángel J. Gordillo-Rivero, Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Saskia Keesstra, and Artemi Cerdà

X1.344
EGU2017-18322
Water repellency, plants, agriculture abandonment and fire in citrus plantations. The Canyoles river watershed study site
Artemi Cerdà, Antonio Jordán, and Stefan Helmut Doerr