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Posters BG5.2

BG5.2

Methane in the marine and terrestrial realm: geo(physical) aspects, biogeochemical cycling, microbial metabolisms, environmental impacts and climate change
Convener: Helge Niemann  | Co-Conveners: Alina Stadnitskaia , Tomas Feseker 
Orals
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 2.31
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 26 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 26 Apr, 13:30–15:00
Hall A
A.20
EGU2017-812
Estimation of gassy sediment parameters using acoustical methods, Lake Kinneret, North of Israel.
Ernst Uzhansky, Boris Katsnelson, Regina Katsman, Andrey Lunkov, and Ilia Ostrovsky

A.21
EGU2017-3403
Stable carbon, nitrogen and sulfur isotopes in non-carbonate fractions of cold-seep carbonates
Dong Feng, Yongbo Peng, Jörn Peckmann, Harry Roberts, and Duofu Chen

A.22
EGU2017-4273
Environmental impact studies for gas hydrate production test in the Ulleung Basin, East Sea of Korea
Byong-Jae Ryu

A.23
EGU2017-6370
Freezing and hungry? Hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in Barents Sea sediments around Svalbard Highlight
Martin Krueger and Nontje Straaten

A.24
EGU2017-7004
Predicting the fate of methane emanating from the seafloor using a marine two-phase gas model in one dimension (M2PG1) – Example from a known Arctic methane seep site offshore Svalbard
Pär Jansson and Benedicte Ferré

A.25
EGU2017-7306
Archaeal methanogenesis at the onshore serpentinite-hosted Chimaera seeps, Turkey Highlight
Jennifer Zwicker, Daniel Birgel, Wolfgang Bach, Sylvain Richoz, Susanne Gier, Daniel Smrzka, Anna Neubeck, Magnus Ivarsson, Christa Schleper, Simon Rittmann, Bernhard Grasemann, and Jörn Peckmann

A.26
EGU2017-8710
Ancient dissolved methane in inland waters at low concentrations revealed by a new collection method for radiocarbon ($^{14}$C) analysis
Joshua F. Dean, Michael F. Billett, Callum Murray, and Mark H. Garnett

A.27
EGU2017-10448
Continental shelf and slope gas venting off Cascadia
Martin Scherwath, Michael Riedel, Miriam Roemer, Kim Juniper, Martin Heesemann, Steven Mihaly, Charles Paull, George Spence, and Mario Veloso

A.28
EGU2017-12273
Gas Hydrate Mounds in the Eastern Slope of the Chukchi Basin, Arctic Ocean: Indicators of Methane-rich Focused Fluid Flow Highlight
Young-Gyun Kim*, Hyoung-Jun Kim, Sookwan Kim, Imgyo Lee, Ji-Hoon Kim, Dong-Hun Lee, Seung-Goo Kang, and Young Keun Jin

A.29
EGU2017-12408 | presentation | presentation
Vertical structure and horizontal variations in the cycling of methane in the sediment of Lake Onego, Russia
Camille Thomas, Marie-Elodie Perga, Victor Frossard, Natacha Pasche, Hilmar Hofmann, Daniel Ariztegui, Nathalie Dubois, Natalya Belkina, and Emilie Lyautey

A.30
EGU2017-12735
Methane in the water column above an active mud volcano in the Calabrian margin, SE Italy
Patrizia Geprägs, Marta E. Torres, Miriam Römer, Thomas Pape, Susan Mau, Paul Wintersteller, and Gerhard Bohrmann

A.31
EGU2017-13891
Redox chemistry of shallow permafrost porewaters in western Spitsbergen
Eleanor Jones, Jade Rogers, Ebbe Bak, Kai Finster, Andy Hodson, Gunnar Mallon, Kelly Redeker, Steve Thornton, and Jacob Yde

A.32
EGU2017-15499
Long-term monitoring of methane release and associated oceanographc setting offshore Svalbard
Knut Ola Dølven, Benedicte Ferre, Carsten Frank, and Jürgen Mienert

A.33
EGU2017-15957
Electron acceptor-based regulation of microbial greenhouse gas production from thawing permafrost
Ebbe Bak, Eleanor Jones, Jacob Yde, Andy Hodson, Gunnar Mallon, and Kai Fisnter

A.34
EGU2017-17526
Greenhouse gas emission and mitigation potential of changes in water management for two rice sites in Bangladesh
Khadiza begum, Matthias Kuhnert, Jagadeesh Yeluripati, Pete Smith, Stephen Ogle, William Parton, Abdul Kader, and Steven Sleutel

A.35
EGU2017-18133
Relict gas hydrates as possible reason of gas emission from shallow permafrost at the northern part of West Siberia Highlight
Evgeny Chuvilin, Boris Bukhanov, Vladimir Tumskoy, Vladimir Istomin, and Gennady Tipenko

A.36
EGU2017-15059
Methane oxidation in anoxic lake waters Highlight
Guangyi Su, Jakob Zopfi, Helge Niemann, and Moritz Lehmann

A.37
EGU2017-7462
Toward estimation of origin of methane at ancient seeps — Carbon isotopes of seep carbonates, lipid biomarkers, and adsorbed gas
Yusuke Miyajima, Yumiko Watanabe, Akira Ijiri, Akiko Goto, Robert Jenkins, Takashi Hasegawa, Saburo Sakai, and Ryo Matsumoto

A.38
EGU2017-13622
Effects of the 2014 Major Baltic Inflow on methane dynamics in the water column of the Central Baltic Sea
Jukka-Pekka Myllykangas, Tom Jilbert, Gunnar Jakobs, Gregor Rehder, and Susanna Hietanen

A.39
EGU2017-15067
Origin and Distribution of Methane Entrapped in Calcareous Alpine Proglacial Soil
Biqing Zhu, Martin H. Schroth, Ruth Henneberger, Manuel Kübler, and Josef Zeyer

A.40
EGU2017-19633
More CH4 is emitted during the fallow than during the growing season in a Mediterranean rice agrosystems
Maite Martínez-Eixarch, Carles Ibàñez, Carles Alcaraz, Marc Viñas, Xavier Aranda, and J. Antonio Saldaña