Ecosystems, particularly soils, are a globally important reservoir for organic carbon (OC) and contribute significantly to CO2 emissions. Soil organic matter is further vital for soil fertility and sustainable agriculture, and has the potential to increase and safeguard agricultural yields against climate change. Reducing losses of organic carbon (OC) from soils and restoring or even further enhancing soil OC stocks therefore offers a strategy to combine the benefits of climate change mitigation with improved soil quality. Nevertheless there are still a range of frontier areas of research on soil OC that have to be tackled to understand and manage the potential of soils to sequester additional or maintain carbon. These include for example soil carbon saturation, carbon stability in subsoils, carbon input quality, soil structure and management practices, as well as ways to verify changes in soil carbon stocks. Also, there is still large uncertainty on the time scales at which carbon stays in soils and other ecosystem compartments, with flux based and modelling approaches often suggesting faster OC turnover than radiocarbon based approaches.
We invite presentations addressing these or other areas of pioneering research on SOM sequestration and temporal dynamics using experimental, synthesis, or modelling approaches.

Convener: Marion Schrumpf | Co-conveners: Steven Banwart, Caroline Peacock, Carlos Sierra
| Mon, 08 Apr, 08:30–12:30
Room G1
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X1

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Carlos Sierra
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Mireia Llorente and Gerardo Moreno
Hall X1
X1.232 |
Marion Schrumpf, Michael Herre, and Bernd Marschner
Hall X1
X1.233 |
Moritz Laub, Nkwain Yvonne Funkuin, Michael Scott Demyan, Frank Rasche, Sergey Blagodatsky, Elke Schulz, Thomas Kätterer, and Georg Cadisch
Hall X1
X1.234 |
Elena Valkama, Gulya Kunypiyayeva, Rauan Zhapayev, Muratbek Karabayev, Erbol Zhusupbekov, and Marco Acutis
Hall X1
X1.235 |
Mitsuru Hirota, Cui Jian, Takahiro Nishimura, Takashi Kamijyo, and Kazuhiro Katoh
Hall X1
X1.236 |
Donghai Wu, Shilong Piao, and Philippe Ciais
Hall X1
X1.237 |
Katherine Cuarezma, Bernard Barthès, Laure Soucémarianadin, François Baudin, Sébastien De Danieli, Rachel Barrier, Manuel Nicolas, Johan Perret, Pierre Barré, and Lauric Cécillon
Hall X1
X1.238 |
Catharina Riggers, Christopher Poeplau, Axel Don, Cathleen Frühauf, and René Dechow
Hall X1
X1.239 |
Matthias Kuhnert, Sarah Buckingham, Kairsty Topp, Vasilis Myrgiotis, and Pete Smith
Hall X1
X1.240 |
Kazem Zamanian, Mohsen Zarebanadkouki, and Yakov Kuzyakov
Hall X1
X1.241 |
Songul Senturklu, Douglas Landblom, Gandura Abagandura, Sandeep Kumar, and Larry Cihacek
Hall X1
Hall X1
X1.243 |
Xavier Morel, Bertrand Decharme, Christine Delire, Gerhard Krinner, Magnus Lund, Birger Hansen, and Mikhail Mastepanov
Hall X1
X1.244 |
Simon Leitner, Andreea Spiridon, Rebecca Hood-Nowotny, Maria Heiling, Christian Resch, Helene Berthold, Johannes Hösch, Erwin Murer, Johannes Wagenhofer, Herbert Formayer, and Andrea Watzinger
Hall X1
X1.245 |
John Kim and Marion Schrumpf
Hall X1
X1.246 |
Manuel Martin, Bassem Dimassi, Line Boulonne, Alain Bouthier, Annie Duparque, Thomas Eglin, Bertrand Guenet, Frédéric Huard, David Makovski, Bruno Mary, Catherine Mignolet, Calypso Picaud, Nicolas Saby, Robert Trochard, Stéphanie Sagot, and Antonio Bispo
Hall X1
X1.247 |
Vladimir Romanenkov, Maya Belichenko, and Nelli Agadzhanova
Hall X1
X1.248 |
Rayangnéwendé Adèle Ouédraogo, Caroline Chartin, Fabèkourè Cédric Kambiré, Bas van Wesemael, Hélène Millogo, and Charles L. Bielders
Hall X1
X1.250 |
Shane Stoner, Susan Trumbore, Troy Baisden, Louis Schipper, and Carlos Sierra