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Posters SSS9.8/BG2.44/GM5.6/HS11.53


Coevolution of soils, landforms and vegetation: patterns, feedbacks and ecosystem stability thresholds (co-organized)
Convener: Mariano Moreno de las Heras  | Co-Conveners: Jantiene Baartman , Jose Rodriguez , Patricia Saco 
 / Thu, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:00
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Thursday, 12 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X3
Chairperson: Jose Rodriguez, Patricia M. Saco, Jantiene Baartman
Water balance dynamics of the constructed Chicken Creek catchment as influenced by 12 years of ecological development
Wolfgang Schaaf, Ina Pohle, Thomas Maurer, Werner Gerwin, Christoph Hinz, and Annika Badorreck

Hall X3
Coevolution of landscape and vegetation in sea-level affected coastal wetlands with man-made flow interventions
Angelo Breda, Patricia Saco, Gerardo Riccardi, and Jose Rodriguez

Hall X3
Vegetation response to watering regime in Australian dryland wetlands: resilience and thresholds
Steven Sandi, Jose Rodriguez, Gerardo Riccardi, and Patricia Saco

Hall X3
Can spatial patterns along climatic gradients predict ecosystem responses to climate change? Experimenting with reaction-diffusion simulations
Elena Roitberg and Maxim Shoshany

Hall X3
Exploring ecohydrological feedbacks and non-linear behavior in dryland ecosystems
Mariano Moreno de las Heras

Hall X3
Drought resilience of dryland ecosystems under spatial periodic forcing
Yair Mau, Yuval Zelnik, and Ehud Meron

Hall X3
X3.161 EGU2018-16692
Modeling coupled erosion and vegetation dynamics in alpine badlands (withdrawn)
Caroline Le Bouteiller, Alexandra Carriere, Patrick Vallet, Thomas Cordonnier, and Greg Tucker

Hall X3
Sediment connectivity and vegetation in contrasting Mediterranean catchments: an essential ecogeomorphological framework
Joan Estrany, Aleix Calsamiglia, Maurici Ruiz-Pérez, Julián García-Comendador, Josep Fortesa, José A. López-Tarazón, and Jorge Gago

Hall X3
Effects of shrub clearing in soil organic carbon stocks in a sub-mediterranean mountain area
Pedro Sánchez-Navarrete, Makki Khorchani, Estela Nadal-Romero, and Teodoro Lasanta

Hall X3
X3.164 EGU2018-16083
Strategy for land evaluation to address global change impact and future scenarios in mountainous Mediterranean regions (South of Spain). (withdrawn)
Juan F. Martinez-Murillo, Paloma Hueso-González, and José D. Ruiz-Sinoga

Hall X3
Mount Cameroon (Central Africa): a unique exploratory for assessing the influence of time, precipitation and temperature on pedogenic processes in volcanic parent material
Daniela Sauer, Jean Pierre Nguetnkam, Selina Tenzer, Ludger Herrmann, and Thilo Rennert

Hall X3
X3.166 EGU2018-969
Landscape structure of mountain ecotone belt in the Mongun-Taiga massif (withdrawn after no-show)
Svetlana Gavrilkina and Elena Zelepukina

Hall X3
Geophysical investigation of biomechanical effects of trees on soils and hillslope topography in the Sudety and Western Carpathian Mountains
Lukasz Pawlik, Marek Kasprzak, and Kacper Marciniec

Hall X3
X3.168 EGU2018-271
Local plant and soil diversity in secondary boreal forests: properties and interactions. (withdrawn)
Maria Smirnova and Maxim Bocharnikov

Hall X3
X3.169 EGU2018-6259
Soils of natural and anthropogenically disturbed landscapes adjacent to megalopolis (withdrawn after no-show)
Margarita Lazareva

Hall X3
X3.170 EGU2018-5796
Systematic conservation approach in assessment of climate change impacts on Ecosystem services (withdrawn)
Wen-Hao Chang, Yu-Pin Lin, and Wan-Yu Lien

Hall X3
Comprehensively identifying above- and under-ground effects of vegetation on slope stability- results of a preliminary analysis
Jain-Hong Yang, Guo-Zhang Michael Song, and Li-Wan Chang

Hall X3
X3.172 EGU2018-16676
Changes in runoff response to rainfall after ecosystem disturbance by super-typhoon Haiyan: contrasts between Imperata grassland and reforestation (Leyte Island, the Philippines) (withdrawn after no-show)
Jun Zhang, Ilja HJ van Meerveld, and L Adrian Bruijnzeel

Hall X3
Estimating fractional vegetation cover of the litter using the photographic method
Yan Xin, Suhong Liu, and Yun Xie