Soil biogeochemical data-modeling integration focuses on:
- soil hydrology and its links with soil respiration and biogeochemistry
- biogeochemical processes studied in feedbacks with soil structure and by high-resolution imaging
- biogeochemical models development and up-scaling issues

Water is a critical driver for soil biogeochemical processes. Hydrologic connections within the soil pore network facilitate flow and transport that enable microbial processing of soil organic materials, and other redox-associated biogeochemical processes. As extreme events such as droughts and storms increase in frequency, a focused understanding of the coupling between water, microorganisms, and biogeochemistry is needed to improve both empirical understanding and simulation models of C cycling processes at all scales. Dormant microorganisms may revive, or functional shifts in microbial activities may occur, that can be related to changing hydrologic states. Studies that couple hydrology to soil structure, microbial C cycling and biogeochemistry are welcome, as are those that emphasize ‘omics-based diagnostics or metrics for monitoring and predicting soil microbial community activities and biodiversity in response to hydrologic changes.

Co-organized as BG2.22
Convener: Vanessa Bailey | Co-conveners: Alexandra Kravchenko, Fernando Moyano, Claudia Cagnarini, Carsten W. Mueller, Katerina Georgiou
| Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room G1
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X1

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Vanessa Bailey, Carsten W. Mueller, Claudia Cagnarini
Soil hydrology and its links with soil respiration and biogeochemistry
Hall X1
X1.283 |
Zhifeng Yan, Ben Bond-Lamberty, Katherine Todd-Brown, Chongxuan Liu, Siliang Li, and Vanessa Bailey
X1.285 |
Andrey Guber and Alexandra Kravchenko
X1.286 |
Physical factors controlling microbial development in the field throughout the year: integrating data into a modelling study
Alena Zhelezova, Timofey Chernov, Dmitry Nikitin, Azida Tkhakakhova, Natalia Bgazhba, Artem Vladimirov, and Nadezda Vasilyeva
X1.288 |
C budget in the constructed lawn ecosystems in Moscow megalopolis
(withdrawn after no-show)
Andrei Stepanov and Ivan Vasenev
Biogeochemical modeling, soil structure, high-resolution imaging and upscaling
X1.291 |
Hans-Jörg Vogel, Ulrich Weller, and Steffen Schlüter
X1.292 |
Yong-Un Chae, Seong-Seung Kang, Kyung Soo Kim, Sujin Ha, In Sung Paik, and Hyoun Soo Lim
X1.293 |
Johanna Ochs, Thomas Hiller, and Norbert Klitzsch
X1.294 |
Artem Vladimirov, Vera Baumert, Carsten Mueller, and Nadezda Vasilyeva
X1.295 |
Nadezda Vasilyeva, Nicole Rudolph-Mohr, and Artem Vladimirov
X1.296 |
Molecular composition of different size aggregates in Chernozems under long-term experiments (conceptual model development)
Vladimir Kholodov, Yulian Farkhodov, Nadezhda Yaroslavtseva, and Nadezda Vasilyeva
X1.297 |
Victoria Martin, Philipp Gündler, Bruna Imai, Stefan Gorka, Alberto Canarini, Christina Kaiser, and Andreas Richter
X1.298 |
Renan Tavanti, Aitor García-Tomillo, Rafael Montanari, Marcos Lado, and Antonio Paz González
X1.299 |
Arjun Chakrawal, Anke M. Herrmann, Johannes Koestel, Naoise Nunan, Thomas Kätterer, and Stefano Manzoni
X1.300 |
Rose Abramoff, Margaret Torn, Jennifer Soong, Caitlin Hicks Pries, and William Riley
X1.301 |
Travis Blake Meador, Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Marshall Bowles, and Kai-Uwe Hinrichs and the DARCLIFE Team