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PICO BG2.25

BG2.25

Forests and the methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) cyclesPICO session
Convener: Katerina Machacova  | Co-Conveners: Sunitha Pangala , Vincent Gauci , Mari Pihlatie 
PICO
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / PICO spot A

Friday, 13 Apr 2018
PICO spot A
Chairperson: Katerina Machacova
Introduction

08:30–08:40
PICOA.1
EGU2018-14063
Mechanisms of nitrous oxide emissions from tree stems
Edzo Veldkamp, Amanda Matson, Yuan Wen, and Marife Corre
08:40–08:42
PICOA.2
EGU2018-1125
Contribution of trees to the N2O budget of Amazon floodplain forest (withdrawn)
Viviane Figueiredo, Sunitha Pangala, Michael Peacock, Vicent Gauci, David Bastviken, and Alex Enrich-Prast
08:42–08:44
PICOA.3
EGU2018-13486
Impact of flooding on N2O fluxes from tree stems in a grey alder forest
Thomas Schindler, Ülo Mander, Katerina Machácová, Iuliia Burdun, Dmitrii Krasnov, Gert Veber, Ave Suija, and Kaido Soosaar
08:44–08:46
PICOA.4
EGU2018-13998
Flooding-induced CO2 and CH4 fluxes from an experimental grey alder forest: from ground to tree level
Kaido Soosaar, Thomas Schindler, Kateřina Macháčová, Dmitrii Krasnov, Iuliia Burdun, Ave Suija, Veiko Uri, Ülo Niinemets, Gunnar Morozov, and Ülo Mander
08:46–08:48
PICOA.5
EGU2018-7299
Methane (CH$_{4})$ fluxes in trees of temperate and boreal zones. What have we learned?
Katerina Machacova, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Mari Pihlatie, Iikka Haikarainen, Martin Maier, Friederike Lang, Katerina Svobodova, Klara Janebova, Stanislav Stellner, Jiri Dusek, Marian Pavelka, Renata Ryplova, Jürgen Kreuzwieser, Heinz Rennenberg, and Otmar Urban
08:48–08:50
PICOA.6
EGU2018-19214
Soil hydrology dependence of methane source-sink behaviour in trees
Vincent Gauci, Bertie Welch, and Sunitha Pangala
08:50–08:52
PICOA.7
EGU2018-9183
Contribution of vegetation (trees and ground vegetation) on the methane budget of a temperate forest.
Caroline Plain, Fatou Kine Ndiaye, Jacques Ranger, and Daniel Epron
08:52–08:54
PICOA.8
EGU2018-1122
Methane cycling within wetland trees Highlight
Sunitha Pangala, David Bastviken, Alex Enrich-Prast, and Vincent Gauci
08:54–08:56
PICOA.9
EGU2018-17055
What do we know of canopy exchange of methane in forest ecosystems?
Mari Pihlatie, Juho Aalto, Iikka Haikarainen, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Katerina Machacova, Olli Peltola, Anuliina Putkinen, Ullar Rannik, Lukas Siebicke, Antti Laihonen, and Marja Tiirola
08:56–08:58
PICOA.10
EGU2018-7147
Preliminary results of long-term methane exchange measurements at SMEAR II
Markku Koskinen, Janne Korhonen, Elisa Halmeenmäki, Jukka Pumpanen, and Mari Pihlatie
08:58–09:00
PICOA.11
EGU2018-14507
Ecosystem-scale methane exchange above a boreal forest observed by true eddy accumulation (TEA)
Lukas Siebicke, Anas Emad, and Daphne Paulmann
09:00–09:02
PICOA.12
EGU2018-18912
Diurnal variation in net ecosystem methane exchange over tropical peatand forest in Southeast Asia
Chandra Shekhar Deshmukh, Adly Firma, Nardi Nardi, and Dony Julius
09:02–09:04
PICOA.13
EGU2018-8706
Greenhouse gas emissions from forested floodplain soils, Danube National Park, Austria
Andreas Schindlbacher, Kerstin Michel, and Barbara Kitzler
09:04–09:06
PICOA.14
EGU2018-19069
Unravelling controls on methane uptake in a temperate forest soil: impacts of ectomycorrhizas (withdrawn)
Sylvia Toet, James Benjamin Keane, Phoebe Morton, Miranda Prendergast-Miller, and Phil Ineson
09:06–09:08
PICOA.15
EGU2018-8641
Soil texture and soil respiration drive spatial variablity of CH4 consumption on the plot scale
Martin Maier and Malte Cordes
Discussion

09:08–10:00
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