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  Poster Programme - HS18 Interactions between the carbon and hydrological cycle and the climate system (co-listed in AS, BG & CL)

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Convener: Reichstein, M.
Co-Convener: Huntingford, C., van der Molen, M.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 6 April 2006 15:30 - 17:00
Display Time: Thursday, 6 April 2006 08:00 -
Thursday, 6 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: REICHSTEIN, M.

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EGU06-A-00286;  HS18-1TH4P-0087
Gusev, Ye.M.; Nasonova, O.N.
Modeling the Impact of Climate Change on Hydrological and Carbon Cycle of a Pine Forest Ecosystem

EGU06-A-01315;  HS18-1TH4P-0088
Worrall, F
The UK fluvial carbon flux

EGU06-A-06100;  HS18-1TH4P-0089
Hendriks, DMD; van Huissteden, J; Dolman, AJ
CO2 and CH4 flux measurements in an abandoned peat meadow in the Netherlands

EGU06-A-06850;  HS18-1TH4P-0090
Jacobs, C.; Voogt, M.; Moors, E.; Kruijt, B.; van den Hurk, B.; Beljaars, A.; Calvet, J.-C.
Robustness of modelled Carbon-Water Relations in C-TESSEL

EGU06-A-06934;  HS18-1TH4P-0091
Bishop, K. ; Fölster, J.; Weyhenmeyer, G.; Laudon, H.; Erlandsson, M.
Multi-decadal trends in DOC and potential drivers on 70 watercourses across a range of catchment scales in Sweden

EGU06-A-01423;  HS18-1TH4P-0092
Jones, C; Cox, P
Atmospheric CO2 Growth-Rate Anomalies in 2002-03

EGU06-A-08237;  HS18-1TH4P-0093
Inglima, I.; Pecchiari, M.; Rubino, M.; Peressotti, A.; Miglietta, F.; Cotrufo, M.F.
Mediterranean forest ecosystem under changing precipitation regimes: the responses of soil respiration

EGU06-A-08810;  HS18-1TH4P-0094
Kattge, J.; Knorr, W.; Wirth, C.
Impact of 2003 drought on terrestrial biosphere characteristics - what do we learn by model parameter inversion against data from selected eddy covariance sites

EGU06-A-03638;  HS18-1TH4P-0095
Groenendijk, M.; van der Tol, C.; Dolman, A. J.
Relative Importance of Climate on the Ecosystem Photosynthesis and Transpiration

EGU06-A-02815;  HS18-1TH4P-0096
Brut, A.; Calvet, J.-C.; Jarlan, L.; Noilhan, J.; Gibelin, A.-L.; Lemoigne, P.; Sarrat, C.; Lacarrere, P.
Simulations over South-Western France with the ISBA-A-gs model: insights into several European projects

EGU06-A-00801;  HS18-1TH4P-0097
Glushkov, A.; Solonko, T.
Modelling global cycle of carbon dioxide in system of atmosphere-ocean

EGU06-A-04258;  HS18-1TH4P-0098
Yurova, A.; Wolf, A; Nilsson, M; Sagerfors, J
Hydrological regulation of the peatland CO2 exchange. A model analysis of the eddy-covariance measurements.

EGU06-A-02434;  HS18-1TH4P-0099
Szász, G.; Ács, F.; Breuer, H.; Szalai, Sz.
Estimating Debrecen’s climate characteristics by a Thornthwaite-based approach

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