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  Oral Programme - BG6.0/SSS24 Geomicrobiology: mineralization, weathering and biofilms (co-organized by SSS)

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Convener: Hutchens, E.
Co-Convener: Crovisier, J.

Monday, 16 April 2007

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 19

Chairperson: N.N.

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13:30 - 13:45
EGU2007-A-00008;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-001
Féron, D
The electrochemistry in the biodegradation of metallic materials (solicited)

13:45 - 14:00
EGU2007-A-04360;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-002
Hutchens, E.; Williamson, B. J.; Anand, M.; Ryan, M. P.; Herrington, R. J.
Bacteria-materials interactions and Fe isotope fractionation - discriminating MIC from electrochemical corrosion

14:00 - 14:15
EGU2007-A-06471;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-003
Moroni, B.; Pitzurra, L.
Biodegradation of atmospheric pollutants in the corrosion of carbonate building stone: an experimental study

14:15 - 14:30
EGU2007-A-04434;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-004
Berger, J.N.; Warr, L.N.; Lett, M-C.; Perdrial, N.
Effect of bacteria on the water storage and retention capacity of swelling clays

14:30 - 14:45
EGU2007-A-06229;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-005
Fisk, M; Storrie-Lombardi, M; Josef, J
Intricate Textures at Glass-Clay Boundaries in Oceanic Basalts

14:45 - 15:00
EGU2007-A-05948;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO3O-006
Miot, J.; Benzerara, K. ; Guyot, F.; Morin, G. ; Kappler, A.
Nanometer-scale study of biomineralization and basaltic glass weathering by anaerobic iron-oxidizing bacteria.


Chairperson: N.N.

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15:30 - 15:45
EGU2007-A-06006;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-001
Gorbushina, A.A.; Chertov, O.G.
Fungal growth on bare rock surfaces - where do they get carbon from? (solicited)

15:45 - 16:00
EGU2007-A-05240;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-002
Rosling, A; Suttle, KB; Johansson, E; van Hees, PAW; Banfield, JF
Soil fungi dissolving apatite in response to phosphorus availability

16:00 - 16:15
EGU2007-A-09404;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-003
Wiktor, V.; Grosseau, P.; Guyonnet, R.; Garcia-Diaz, E.
Biodeterioration of cementeous matrix by fungi

16:15 - 16:30
EGU2007-A-04551;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-004
Mitchell, J.; Beech, I.B.; Campbell, S.A.; Sunner, J.A.; Hotchkiss, S.; Smith, A.
Bacterial sulphur and iron cycling and deterioration of historic ships

16:30 - 16:45
EGU2007-A-05570;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-005
Siderophore production in the presence of silicates by Pseudomonas aeruginosa

16:45 - 17:00
EGU2007-A-00949;  BG6.0/SSS24-1MO4O-006
Parmentier, M.; van der Lee, J.
modeling microbial and geochemical reactive transport : model development and applications to arsenic mobility


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