Soil erosion and the lateral movement of sediment have a substantially effect on the terrestrial carbon budget. The detachment, transport and deposition of soil and associated carbon strongly regulate the storage of carbon in soils. Given the magnitude and the degree of uncertainty associated with the erosion-induced carbon changes, it is crucial to identify sinks and sources of carbon and its interplay with soil redistribution processes to develop and set up reliable soil carbon management strategies.
Soil organic carbon (SOC) is a fundamental determinant of soil fertility and affects the biological, chemical and physical properties of the soil contributing to its capability to improve soil quality and diminishing soil degradation. To control the loss of SOC by induced erosion efficiently and reduce its environmental impact, there is a critical need to quantify soil redistribution rates and investigate the mechanism of soil erosion processes and its effect on the movement and fate of SOC.
This session intend to present a cross-disciplinary approach to Soil Science research focuses on the quantification of erosion-induced changes on soil carbon storage across landscapes.

Convener: Laura Quijano | Co-conveners: Kristof Van Oost, Estela Nadal Romero, Ana Navas
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X1

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Laura Quijano
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| Highlight
Michele Nuñez, Leticia Gaspar, Ivan Lizaga, Edson Ramírez, Gerd Dercon, Johanna Slaets, and Ana Navas
X1.228 |
Ana Navas, Alejandra Castillo, Paulina Schuller, Leticia Gaspar, Iván Lizaga, Laura Quijano, Johanna Slaets, and Gerd Dercon
X1.229 |
Alejandra Castillo, Valentin Golosov, Ana Navas, Paulina Schuller, Bulat Mavlyudov, Heitor Evangelista, Leticia Gaspar, and Gerd Dercon
X1.230 |
Laura Quijano, Johan Six, Ana Navas, and Kristof Van Oost
X1.231 |
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Calogero Schillaci, Sergio Saia, Alessia Perego, and Marco Acutis
X1.232 |
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Pengzhi Zhao, Sebastian Doetterl, Zhengang Wang, Laura Quijano, Johan Six, and Kristof Van Oost
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Jose Alfonso Gomez, Gema Guzman, Arsenio Toloza, Christian Resch, and Lionel Mabit
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Hakan Djuma, Adriana Bruggeman, Andreas Zissioms, Irini Christoforou, Khalil Bazouni, and Marc Farhat
X1.236 |
| presentation
Juan Quijano Baron, Patricia Saco, and Jose Rodriguez
X1.237 |
Development of Web-GIS based Surface Soil Erosion Prediction System
Dongjun Lee, Gwanjae Lee, Jae Eui Yang, Byeongchul Lee, Jonggun Kim, and Kyoung Jae Lim