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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSS5 Wildfire effects on carbon storage in soil and vegetation: long-term gain or loss? (co-listed in NH)

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Kukavskaya, E.; Ivanova, G.; McRae, D.
Fire impact on carbon budget of Siberian Pinus sylvestris forests (withdrawn)

Campo, J.; Andreu, V.; Gimeno-García, E.; González-Pelayo, O.; Rubio, J.L.
Medium term evolution of organic matter in under canopy and bare soils of a Mediterranean environment under different fire intensities

Scott, A.C.; Collinson, M.E.; Glasspool, I.J.
Pre-Quaternary fires, the carbon cycle and effects on the Earth system.

Page, S; Hoscilo, A; Tansey, K
Wildfire effects on tropical peatlands

Ascough, P. L; Bird, M. I; Scott, A. C; Collinson, M. E; Snape, C. E; Wormald, P
Pyrogenic carbon: influences upon structure and environmental degradation potential

Lopez-Capel, E; Manning, D.A.C
Influence of forest fires on labile, recalcitrant and refractory carbon soil pools: Evidence from Thermal analysis- Quadrupole mass spectrometry- Isotope Ratio mass spectrometry

Lopez-Capel, E; De la Rosa, J.M.; Gonzalez-Pérez, J.A.; Gonzalez-Vazquez, R; Gonzalez-Vila, J.F.; Manning, D.A.C
Monitoring of changes in C and N forms in soils affected by forest fires by thermal analysis and pyrolysis/GC-MS

Mataix-Solera, J.; Navarro, M.A.; Zornoza, R.; Guerrero, C.; Gómez, I.; García-Orenes, F.; Bárcenas, G.M.
Fire effects on soil organic carbon in turn affecting physical, chemical and biochemical soil properties

Cerdà, A.; Bodí, M.B.; Doerr, S.H.; Mataix-Solera, J.
The effects of ash on the soil system in fire-prone environments: an overview of the state-of-the-art and research gaps

Rein, G
Severity, mass loss and emissions from wildland smouldering fires

Spessa, A; Thonicke, K; Wooster, M
The Importance of Fire in the Earth System: Simulation Models, EO Data and Future Prospects

Worrall, F; Clay, G
Could managed burning lead to increased carbon storage?

Rumpel, C; Ba, A; Darboux, F; Chaplot, V; Planchon, O
Quantification of carbon export after fire by water erosion

Raison, R J; Kirschbaum, M U F
Fire and the carbon balance of terrestrial ecosystems

Knicker, H.; Dick, D. P.; Dalmolin, R.S.D
Survival of pyrogenic organic C in Brazilian grassland soils

Hilscher, A.; Siewert, C.; Knicker, H.
Black Carbon loss and structural modifications of different pyrogenic materials by microbiology activities

Nocentini, C.
Quantification and characterisation of charred materials in two recently burned pine forests in Tuscany, Central Italy. (withdrawn)

Doerr, SH; Cerda, A; Bryant, R
The role of ash in carbon fluxes in fire-affected environments

Alexis, M.A.; Rasse, D.P.; Rumpel, C.; Bardoux, G.; Péchot, N.; Mariotti, A.
Ecosystem C budget during a scrubland fire

Balzter, H; Lehsten, V; Tansey, K; Arneth, A; Thonicke, K; Spessa, A
Estimating carbon emissions from fires in Africa using remote sensing and modelling

de Groot, W.J.; Flannigan, M.D.; Cantin, A.
Changing fire regimes and carbon storage in the Canadian boreal forest

Atanassova, I.; Doerr, S.
Changes in organic compounds characteristics associated with heat-induced increases and elimination of water repellency in soils

Bryant, R; Doerr, SH; Frewer, M; Kong, CH
Vertical redistribution of organic matter causing water repellency in soil following simulated wildfire

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