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Posters BG5.1

BG5.1

Methane in the marine and terrestrial realm: geo(physical) aspects, biogeochemical cycling, microbial metabolisms, environmental impacts and climate change
Convener: Helge Niemann 
Co-Convener: Alina Stadnitskaia 
Session details
Orals
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 2.31
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Monday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Alina Stadnitskaia & Helge Niemann
A.347
EGU2018-1824
Methane Measurements with High-Precision Low-Power Low-Maintenance Closed-Path CH4-CO2-H2O Gas Analyzer: First Lab and Field Results
Israel Begashaw, Mark Johnson, Anatoly Komissarov, William Miller, Derek Trutna, Ryan Walbridge, Jon Welles, and George Burba

A.348
EGU2018-3371
Controls on zooplankton methane production in the central Baltic Sea
Oliver Schmale, Beate Stawiarski, Janine Wäge, Matthias Labrenz, Natalie Loick-Wilde, Stefan Otto, Gregor Rehder, Volker Thiel, and Norbert Wasmund

A.349
EGU2018-4221
Gas hydrates beneath the Tuaheni Landslide Complex, New Zealand. First results from IODP Expedition 372
Ingo Pecher, Philip Barnes, Katja Heeschen, Marta Torres, Ann Cook, Gregory Moore, Brandon Dugan, Joshu Mountjoy, and Gareth Crutchley and the Expedition 372&375 Scientific Party

A.350
EGU2018-7320
Past Methane Emissions at the Storfjordrenna Gas Hydrate-Bearing Mounds
Haoyi Yao, Helge Niemann, and Giuliana Panieri

A.351
EGU2018-7327
OBS data analysis to characterize gas hydrate reservoir in South Shetland margin (Antarctic Peninsula)
Sha Song, Umberta Tinivella, Michela Giustiniani, Giorgio Cassiani, Stefan Bünz, and Sunny Singhroha

A.352
EGU2018-8034 | presentation | presentation
MEMO2 MEthane goes MObile – MEasurements and Modelling
Thomas Röckmann and Sylvia Walter and the MEMO2 team

A.353
EGU2018-8174
Methane dynamics in Antarctic sea ice
Caroline Jacques, Célia Sapart, Gauthier Carnat, Bruno Delille, Helge Niemann, Thomas Röckmann, Carina van der Veen, and Jean-Louis Tison

A.354
EGU2018-11053
Interaction between climate change and natural methane fluxes taking into account the wetland area dynamics
Sergey Denisov and Maxim Arzhanov

A.355
EGU2018-13503
Large springtime emissions of CH4 from northern lakes facilitated by winter redox regime
Joachim Jansen, Martin Wik, Brett Thornton, and Patrick Crill

A.356
EGU2018-13602
Short-term variations of methane and methanotrophic activity in a coastal inlet (Eckernförde Bay, Germany)
Helge Niemann, Dominik Richner, Lea Steinle, Jens Schneider von Deimiling, Peter Urban, Jasper Hoffmann, Mark Schmidt, Jasper Hoffmann, Tina Treude, and Moritz F. Lehmann

A.357
EGU2018-17095
Microbial hydrocarbon degradation potentials in shoreline and deep-sea sediments around Svalbard and possible ways for their stimulation
Sven Bartholomaeus, Nontje Straaten, and Martin Krueger

A.358
EGU2018-17243
Laboratory investigations of copper acquisition – an important cofactor in methane oxidation
Danielle Rushworth, Carolina Reyes, Lea Steinle, Walter Schenkeveld, Moritz Lehmann, and Stephan Kraemer

A.359
EGU2018-4892
Terrestrial CH4 emissions from LGM to preindustrial
Thomas Kleinen and Victor Brovkin

A.360
EGU2018-8356
Continuous measurement of dissolved methane in surface waters: a new method tested in the Scheldt Estuary
Caroline Jacques, Thanos Gkritzalis, André Cattrijsse, Thomas Hartley, Matthias Egger, Alberto V. Borges, Carina van der Veen, Jean-Louis Tison, Frank Dehairs, Jack J. Middelburg, and Célia J. Sapart

A.361 EGU2018-7642
Using low cost CH4, CO2 sensors in a Digimesh network on lakes to study aquatic CH4 and CO2 gases flux. (withdrawn)
Duc Nguyen, Samuel Silverstein, Martin Wik, Patrick Crill, David Bastviken, and Ruth Varner