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Posters BG2.7/SSS6.13

BG2.7/SSS6.13

Peatlands and the Carbon Cycle (co-organized)
Convener: Gareth Clay  | Co-Conveners: Fred Worrall , Stephan Glatzel 
Orals
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 08:30–10:15  / Room 2.31
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Friday, 28 April 2017, 10:30–12:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Stephan Glatzel
A.69
EGU2017-1207
Frozen peatlands: carbon store and the climate change
Olga Ogneva, George Matyshak, and Matvey Tarkhov

A.70
EGU2017-3212
Carbon balance of rewetted peatland forests in low mountain range areas, Germany
Jan Paul Krüger, Markus Dotterweich, Christoph Kopf, Gebhard Schüler, and Jörg Scherzer

A.71
EGU2017-5387
Management effects on greenhouse gas emissions from a fen covered with riverine silt
Melanie Bräuer, Peter Gatersleben, and Bärbel Tiemeyer

A.72
EGU2017-6306
The flux of organic matter through a peatland ecosystem – a molecular budget of C in peatlands
Fred Worrall, Catherine Moody, and Gareth Clay

A.73
EGU2017-6281
Sulphur constraints on the carbon cycle
Fred Worrall, Ian Boothroyd, Catherine Moody, Gareth Clay, and Tim Burt

A.74
EGU2017-6344
How do peat type, sand addition and soil moisture influence the soil organic matter mineralization in anthropogenically disturbed organic soils?
Annelie Säurich, Bärbel Tiemeyer, Axel Don, and Stefan Burkart

A.75
EGU2017-10423
A Portable, Low-Power Analyzer and Automated Soil Flux Chamber System for Measuring Wetland GHG Emissions
Nick Nickerson, David Kim-Hak, and Gordon McArthur

A.76
EGU2017-15984
Seasonal variations in CO2 and CH4 fluxes of four different plant compositions of a Sphagnum-dominated Alpine peat bog
Simon Drollinger, Andreas Maier, Jasmin Karer, and Stephan Glatzel

A.77
EGU2017-16509
Greenhouse gas emissions from short-rotation forestry on a drained and rewetted fen
Martina Schlaipfer, Alicia Fuertes Sánchez, and Matthias Drösler

A.78
EGU2017-11974
The effect of wood ash fertilization on soil respiration and tree stand growth in boreal peatland forests
Maarit Liimatainen, Marja Maljanen, and Jyrki Hytönen

A.79
EGU2017-2584
Net ecosystem exchange in a sedge-sphagnum fen at the South of West Siberia, Russia
Egor Dyukarev

A.80
EGU2017-15049
Temporal variability of methane fluxes in West Siberian taiga bogs and its implications for estimating regional methane emission
Alexander Sabrekov, Danil Ilyasov, Irina Terentieva, Mikhail Glagolev, and Shamil Maksyutov

A.81
EGU2017-15106
The role of \textit{Juncus effusus} litter quality and nutrient availability on organic matter decomposition in restored cutover bogs
Svenja Agethen and Klaus-Holger Knorr

A.82
EGU2017-4816
Development of a multidisciplinary method for mapping spatial extent and C-content of tropical ombrotrophic peatlands
Gábor Illés, Agus Kristijono, Norbert Pfeifer, László Pásztor, Ari Shandhyavitri, Gábor Szatmári, Sigit Sutikno, Gábor Molnár, Péter László, Mátyás Árvai, János Mészáros, Sándor Koós, Zsófia Bakacsi, Katalin Takács, Géza Király, and Balázs Székely

A.83
EGU2017-9554
Greenhouse gas balance of blanket peat bog restoration from forestry in the Flow Country, Scotland
Renée Hermans, Jens-Arne Subke, Neil Cowie, Yit Arn Teh, and Roxane Andersen

A.84
EGU2017-10927
Hotsotpots and hot moments; the control of structural heterogeneity on the thermal regime of the peatland soil-atmosphere interface.
Rhoswen Leonard, Paul Moore, Nicholas Kettridge, Stefan Krause, Kevin Devito, and James Michael Waddington

A.85
EGU2017-12194
Plant diversity affects GHG fluxes in an ecological engineering experiment in a disturbed Sphagnum peatland (La Guette, France)
Sébastien Gogo, Fatima Laggoun-Défarge, Fabien Leroy, Christophe Guimbaud, and Léonard Bernard-Jannin

A.86
EGU2017-14405
A black alder plantation improves the greenhouse gas balance of a degraded moist peat grassland
Sarah Bereswill, Mathias Hoffmann, Vytas Huth, Yulia Popova, Dominik Zak, and Jürgen Augustin