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Posters BG2.31

BG2.31

Peatlands and the Carbon Cycle
Convener: Gareth Clay  | Co-Conveners: Fred Worrall , Stephan Glatzel 
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room 2.20
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Stephan Glatzel, Fred Worrall, Gareth Clay
A.317
EGU2018-4981 | presentation | presentation
Implications of Large Scale Analysis of Peat Chemical Properties Along a Climate and Nitrogen Deposition Gradient
Henning Teickner, Cristian Estop-Aragonés, Katarzyna Zając, Christian Blodau, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

A.318
EGU2018-13863
Molecular properties of DOM: From peatland pore water to stream headwater
Tanja Broder, Klaus-Holger Knorr, Thorsten Dittmar, Joeri Kaal, Antonio Martínez Cortizas, and Harald Biester

A.319
EGU2018-16995
The controls on fluvial carbon efflux during erosion events in peatlands
Sarah L. Brown, Claire Goulsbra, and Martin G. Evans

A.320
EGU2018-15527
Influence of mineral dissolution and organic matter decomposition on dissolved organic carbon and trace and major elements release in peat bog – microcosm and field studies
Ayokunle O. Akindutire and Harald Biester

A.321
EGU2018-4415
Testing theories of organic matter accumulation in peatlands
Fred Worrall, Stephan Glatzel, Catherine Moody, Gareth Clay, and Tim Burt

A.322
EGU2018-2871
Towards explaining CH4 production in wetlands –the role of particulate and dissolved organic matter as electron acceptors and of substrate quality
Chuanyu Gao, Michael Sander, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

A.323
EGU2018-13513
Continuous analysis of stable carbon isotopes in CO2 and CH4 fluxes with an automatic chamber flux system at Mer Bleue bog
Lukas Mazur, Elyn Humphreys, M. Graham Clark, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

A.324
EGU2018-12740
Plant phenology controls on methane emissions in a boreal peatland
Järvi Järveoja, Mats B. Nilsson, Patrick Crill, and Matthias Peichl

A.325
EGU2018-12445
Diurnal patterns, seasonality and ebullition: A comparison of gap-filling strategies for closed-chamber CH4 measurements to derive a “best-practice” approach and give implications for future study designs
Mathias Hoffmann, Vytas Huth, Marcin Stróżecki, Nicole Jurisch, Radosław Juszczak, and Jürgen Augustin

A.326
EGU2018-4633
Greenhouse gas fluxes on adjacent wetland, lake and forest ecosystems within a subarctic catchment
Lauri Heiskanen, Mika Aurela, Juha-Pekka Tuovinen, Tarmo Virtanen, Sari Juutinen, Aleksi Räsänen, Timo Penttilä, and Tuomas Laurila

A.327
EGU2018-16148
Carbon balance of short-rotation forestry on a drained and rewetted fen
Martina Schlaipfer, Alexander Rechl, and Matthias Drösler

A.328
EGU2018-14274
Carbon stocks in agriculturally used organic soils in Germany
Mareille Wittnebel, Anna Jacobs, Hans Kolata, and Bärbel Tiemeyer

A.329
EGU2018-11824
Integrating McGill Wetland Model (MWM) with microbial controls and corhot development
Siya Shao, Nigel Roulet, Jinnan Gong, and Jianghua Wu

A.330
EGU2018-19512
Peatland development, carbon dynamics and carbon flux histories of the Hengduan Mountains Region since the Last Glacial Maximum
Lijuan Liu, Huai Chen, Dan Zhu, Yixin He, Jianliang Liu, Qiuan Zhu, Xinwei Liu, and Liangfeng Liu

A.331
EGU2018-16773
Patterns of below ground carbon cycling in contrasting pristine bogs in southern Patagonia (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina)
Wiebke Münchberger, Nina Reimann, Klaus-Holger Knorr, Mariusz Gałka, Werner Borken, Christian Blodau, Verónica A. Pancotto, and Till Kleinebecker

A.332
EGU2018-889
A multi-biomarker approach to characterize present and past methane production in newly discovered Amazonian peatlands
Anca E. Amariei, Jaime Toney, and Katherine H. Roucoux

A.333
EGU2018-8901
Effects of carbon exchange uncertainties in estimating peatland radiative forcing over the Holocene
Paul Mathijssen, Juha-Pekka Tuovinen, Annalea Lohila, and Minna Väliranta

A.334
EGU2018-7273
ORCHIDEE-PEAT v2.0: a dynamic model of peatland extent, peat accumulation and decomposition
Chunjing Qiu, Dan Zhu, Philippe Ciais, Bertrand Guenet, Shushi Peng, Gerhard Krinner, Ardalan Tootchi, Agnès Ducharne, and Adam Hastie