1 Long term trends in the functioning of ecosystems

P 1.1 Britta Aufgebauer, Michael Hauhs, Christina Bogner, Holger Lange
Causal Relationships Among Time Series of the Lange Bramke Catchment (Harz Mountains, Germany)
P 1.2 Kari Austnes
Exploring dissolved organic matter (DOM) variability combining long-term and high-frequency monitoring
P 1.3 Michal Bosela, Ionel Popa, Rudolf Petras, Constantin Nechita, Vladimir Seben, Cristian Sidor, Julian Mecko, Radu Vlad, Josef Kyncl, Tomas Kyncl
Impact of long-term environmental changes on radial growth of silver fir in the Carpathians
P 1.4 Christophe Calvaruso, Claude Nys, Serge Didier, Paul-Olivier Redon, Marie-Pierre Turpault
Assessing the sensitivity of various soils of a temperate forest to an increase of biomass exportation
P 1.5 Christophe Calvaruso, Laurent Saint-André, Serge Didier, Paul-Olivier Redon, Marie-Pierre Turpault
Impact of soil physico-chemical properties on forest productivity
P 1.6 Jarmila Čechmánková, Luboš Borůvka, Vít Šrámek, Milan Sáňka, Radim Vácha, Jan Skála
Vertical variation of soil properties in selected forest soil profiles
P 1.7 Evgeniya Golovatskaya
Estimates of the rate of peat formation oligotrophic bog on southern taiga in West Siberia
P 1.8 Siyka Gosheva, Urs Gimmi, Pascal Niklaus, Esther Thürig, Lorenz Walthert, Frank Hagedorn
Impact of historical land-use and forest management on C-storage in Swiss forest soils
P 1.9 Peter Hartmann, Klaus von Wilpert
Development of nutrient conditions and acidification in forest soils in Southwest Germany: results from the National Forest Soil Inventory in Baden-Württemberg
P 1.10 Adéla Holubová Šmejkalová, Milan Váňa
Long-term monitoring of sulphur and nitrogen balance in the small forest catchment near Observatory Kosetice
P 1.11 Iva Hunova
Trends in Atmospheric Deposition Fluxes over Czech Forest
P 1.12 Thorsten Scheel
Long term trends of acidification in Bavaria – 25 years of monitoring
P 1.13 Jim Johnson, Cummins Thomas, Aherne Julian
Modeling soil acidity and soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) pools in Irish forests under nitrogen deposition and forest harvesting scenarios
P 1.14 Inken Krüger, Caroline Chartin, Bas van Wesemael, Monique Carnol
Biological indicators of soil quality over landscape spatial scales: a case study in Southern Belgium.
P 1.15 Gunnar Lischeid
Increasing nitrogen contamination? What trend analysis would not tell you.
P 1.16 Amanda L. Matson, Marife D. Corre, Edzo Veldkamp
Nitrogen cycling in canopy soils of tropical montane forests responds rapidly to indirect N and P fertilization
P 1.17 Bernhard Mayer, Mathieu Sebilo, Bernard Nicolardot, Gilles Pinay, Andre Mariotti
A 30-year history of 15N-labelled nitrate fertilizer in an agricultural soil
P 1.18 David Paré, Charles Ward, David Pothier, Guy Larocque
Long-term changes in the carbon content of the organic layer of boreal forests are driven by indirect climate effects
P 1.19 Karin T. Rebel, Annemieke Wijnakker, Femke J.M.M. Nijsse, Rebecca Elkington, Martin J. Wassen, Steven M. de Jong
Remote Sensing Canopy Nitrogen, a Global Analysis
P 1.20 Michael SanClements, Jeff Taylor, Eve-Lyn Hinckley
The National Ecological Observatory Network strategy for uniform, decadal scale, biogeochemical monitoring across North America
P 1.21 Mamay Sapanov, Marina Sizemskaya
Climate-Induced Dynamics of Virgin Vegetation in the Northern Caspian Region: The Results of 60-Year Monitoring
P 1.22 Per-Marten Schleuß, Yakov Kuzyakov
Localization of nitrogen uptake in a Tibetan alpine Kobresia pasture
P 1.23 Michael Thoma, Georg Leitinger, Nikolaus Obojes, Francesca Scandellari, Massimo Tagliavini, Ulrike Tappeiner, Erich Ignaz Tasser
Valorisation of agriculture for the water supply in context with climate change (ClimAgro)
P 1.24 Veiko Uri, Jürgen Aosaar, Mats Varik, Hardo Becker, Ivika Ostonen-Märtin, Mai Kukumägi, Krista Lõhmus
Carbon accumulation in grey alder (Alnus incana) chronosequence stands
P 1.25 Veiko Uri, Jürgen Aosaar, Mats Varik, Hardo Becker, Mai Kukumägi, Arno Kanal
Biomass resource and potential environmental effects of Norway spruce (Picea abies) stump harvesting – an Estonian case study
P 1.26 Motomu Toda, Alexander Knohl, Andrew Richardson, Yokozawa Masayuki
Detection of factors regulating ecosystem carbon sequestration in northern cool temperate and sub-boreal forests using a Bayesian inversion approach

2 Environmental controls on fluxes and processes in ecosystems

P 2.1 Louise C. Andresen, J Bendix, L Breuer, L Grünhage, W Liesack, J Luterbacher, O Löhnertz, T Schmid, HR Schulz, C Müller
Synthesis of FACE2FACE: a new consortium of field scale experiments with elevated CO2, warming and moisture stress
P 2.2 Mohammed Abu Sayed Arfin Khan, Juergen Kreyling, Fahmida Sultana, Wolfgang Babel, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Thomas Foken, Joerg Huebner, Carsten Schaller, Julia Walter, Anke Jentsch
Outside weather conditions determine drought effects in climate change manipulation experiments – effect sizes, rain-out shelter artifacts, and ways forward
P 2.3 Fernanda Augusto, Aline Figueiredo, Luciana Colleta, Luiz Martinelli, Plínio Camargo
Influence of aquatic macroinvertebrates on leaf decomposition in forest streams and grassland in the Serra do Mar region, Brazil.
P 2.4 Martin Nowak, Felix Beulig, Joe v. Fischer, Jan Muhr, Kirsten Küsel, Susan Trumbore
Microbial CO2 fixation in mofette soils - does CO2 incorporation into microbial biomass have an impact on the isotopic composition of soil organic matter?
P 2.5 Mike C. Bell, Joanna M. Clark, Anne Verhoef, Richard E. Brazier
Will the blanket bogs of SW England be sequestering carbon in 2050?
P 2.6 Mike C. Bell, Jonathan R. Ritson, Joanna M. Clark, Anne Verhoef, Richard E. Brazier
Sensitivity of peatland litter decomposition to changes in temperature and precipitation
P 2.7 Torsten W. Berger, Pétra Berger
Higher accumulation of litter in spruce (Picea abies) compared to beech (Fagus sylvatica) stands is not a consequence of the inherent recalcitrance of needles
P 2.8 Susana Bernal, Anna Lupon, Miquel Ribot, Francesc Sabater, Eugènia Martí
Riparian and in-stream controls on nutrient concentrations along a subhumid forested stream
P 2.9 Félix Brédoire, Pavel A Barsukov, Delphine Derrien, Alexander Bashuk, Sébastien Fontaine, Zachary Kayler, Anton Litvinov, Polina Nikitich, Helene Rieckh, Olga Rusalimova, Olga Vaishlya, Bernd Zeller, Mark R Bakker
Southwestern Siberia submitted to climate change: is biomass production related to snow cover?
P 2.10 Mila Bristow, Stephen Livesley, Ben Fest, Michael Brand, Stefan Arndt, Jason Beringer, Lindsay Hutley
Small changes in methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) flux during and after savanna clearing for agriculture
P 2.11 Jürgen Burkhardt, Shyam Pariyar, Mauricio Hunsche
Paradigm lost: stomatal penetration by aqueous solutions makes aerosol pollution become detrimental for trees
P 2.12 Michal Choma, Petr Čapek, Annemieke Gärdenäs, Eva Kaštovská, Martin Rappe-George, Hana Šantrůčková
Minor answer of soil microbial biomass and activity of a Norway spruce forest ecosystem to changes in soil chemical properties caused by nitrogen deposition
P 2.13 Chris Curtis, Sue van Rensburg
Long-term ecological research at Cathedral Peak in South Africa: a platform for integrated biogeochemical global change studies in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg World Heritage Site
P 2.14 Nicolas Dalla Valle, Thomas Wutzler, Anke Kleidon-Hildebrandt
Predicting soil moisture time series data using a kinematic wave model
P 2.15 Kateřina Diáková, Petr Čapek, Iva Kohoutová, Bárta Jiří, Biasi Christina, Šantrůčková Hana
Environmental controls on organic matter transformation in soils of East-European subarctic tundra
P 2.16 Jan-Erik Dickopp
Fen peat vulnerability under different land use
P 2.17 Alexey Dymov, Dmitry Gabov, Yurii Dybrovskii
Impact of ground fires in pine forests on soils and soil organic matter (middle taiga, Komi Republic)
P 2.18 Mikk Espenberg, Marika Truu, Jaak Truu, Järvi Järveoja, Martin Maddison, Hiie Nõlvak, Ülo Mander
Effect of Phalaris arundinacea L. cultivation and fertilization on soil archaeal community and its potential of methanogenesis in abandoned peat extraction area
P 2.19 Aline Fernandes Figueiredo, Fernanda Gaudio Augusto, Luciana Della Coletta, Edmar Antonio Mazzi, Martinelli Luiz Antonio
C3 and C4 litterfall decomposition in streams of the coastal Atlantic Forest (Southeast Brazil) under different land covers
P 2.20 Douglas Godbold, Arvo Tullus, Priit Kupper, Jaak Sober, Ivika Ostonen, Jasmin Godbold, Martin Lukac, Iftekhar Ahmed, Andrew Smith
Elevated atmospheric CO2 and humidity delays leaf fall in Betula pendula, but not in Alnus glutinosa or Populus tremula × tremuloides
P 2.21 Thomas Guillaume, Yakov Kuzyakov, Damris Muhammad
Assessing impacts of lowland rainforest transformation systems on soil organic matter and erosion using d13C
P 2.22 Ulrike Hagemann, Madlen Pohl, Mathias Hoffmann, Elisa Albiac-Borraz, Michael Sommer, Jürgen Augustin
The influence of soil organic carbon stocks and climate on the ecosystem CO2 exchange of corn – a question of temporal resolution
P 2.23 Raili Hansen, Ülo Mander, Alar Teemusk, Veiko Uri, Hardo Becker, Mats Varik, Jürgen Aosaar, Krista Lõhmus
CO2, CH4 and N2O fluxes from a grey alder forest after clear-cut
P 2.24 Sarah Faye Harpenslager, Gijs Van Dijk, Eva Van den Elzen, Alfons Smolders, Jan Roelofs, Leon Lamers
High biomass production generates high carbon emission in transitional Sphagnum mires
P 2.25 Stefan Hauser, Lindsey Norgrove, Johnson Nkem
How responses to uncertain rainfall by shifting cultivators might affect crop yield and nutrient dynamics in the humid tropics
P 2.26 Pedro Hervé Fernández, Carlos Oyarzún, Pascal Boeckx, Niko E. C. Verhoest
Water sources during storm events for old growth native evergreen forest and Eucalyptus nitens plantation covered catchments, in south central Chile (40°S).
P 2.27 Claude Herzog, Jan Steffen, Elisabeth Graf Pannatier, Irka Hajdas, Ivano Brunner
Nine years of irrigation cause vegetation and fine root shifts in a water-limited pine forest
P 2.28 Akihiko Ito
Detection and attribution of global change impact on tower-observed ecosystem carbon budget: a critical appraisal
P 2.29 Jyrki Jauhiainen, Kerojoki Otto, Vasander Harri
Soil temperatures and heterotrophic respiration under shading gradient over drained tropical peat
P 2.30 Helen Karu, Margus Pensa, Tiiu Alliksaar, Eve Avel
Anthropogenic impact on vegetation and peat accumulation in two Estonian bogs
P 2.31 Eva Kastovska, Hana Santruckova, Tomas Picek, Keith Edwards
Interconnection of C and N cycling in wet grasslands through plant exudation
P 2.32 Gil Kirchen, Paul-Olivier Redon, Yves Thiry, Marie-Pierre Turpault
Influence of soil type on biogeochemical cycles (water and nutrients) in a beech forest ecosystem
P 2.33 Johannes Kobler, Thomas Dirnböck, Robert Jandl, Andreas Schindlbacher
Carbon sink changes driven by small scale disturbance in a Norway spruce forest
P 2.34 Angelika Kübert, Maren Dubbert, Christiane Werner
Leaf transpiration: Identifying the major driver of isotopic non-steady state in several plant species
P 2.35 Mai Kukumägi, Luisella Celi, Daniel Said-Pullicino, Priit Kupper, Jaak Sõber, Krista Lõhmus, Sander Kutti, Ivika Ostonen
Does increased air humidity affect belowground carbon cycling in silver birch forests?
P 2.36 Syahrul Kurniawan, Sri Rahayu Utami, Christanti Agustina, Edzo Veldkamp, Marife D Corre
Nutrient leaching losses from lowland forests converted to oil palm and rubber plantations in Sumatra, Indonesia
P 2.37 Gregory Lawrence, Donald Ross
Implications of Reversing Forest Floor Al Accumulation through Declining Acidic Deposition in the Northeastern U.S.
P 2.38 Ralf Liebermann, Philipp Kraft, Tobias Houska, Lutz Breuer, Christoph Müller, David Kraus, Edwin Haas, Steffen Klatt, Ralf Kiese
Simulating fluxes of N and C under elevated atmospheric CO2 in a coupled ecosystem response model
P 2.39 Sebastian Löppmann, Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Yakov Kuzyakov
Microbial respiration and enzyme kinetics in two soil hot spots: rhizosphere and detritusphere
P 2.40 Anna Lupon, Stefan Gerber, Francesc Sabater, Susana Bernal
Modelling the climatic response of soil nitrogen cycle in three Mediterranean forests.
P 2.41 Kerstin Näthe, Beate Michalzik
Spatial variability of soil C and N pools and flux dynamics in Thuringian pine forests – impact of slope and site conditions
P 2.42 Kaizad Patel, Ivan Fernandez
Climatic trends at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine – biogeochemistry of the vernal transition
P 2.43 Johan Rydberg, Manfred Rösch, Emanuel Heinz, Harald Biester
Importance of catchment vegetation for lake sediment mercury records
P 2.44 Maximilian Schulz-Hanke, Mathias Hoffmann, Michael Sommer, Jürgen Augustin
Diurnal and spatial variability of methane emissions at a flooded former fen grassland
P 2.45 Luitgard Schwendenmann, Cate Macinnis-Ng, Andrew Wheeler
Soil CO2 efflux in old-growth southern conifer (Agathis australis) forests: impact of abiotic and biotic disturbances
P 2.46 Adel Sepehr
Chaotic and Nonlinear Behavior of Arid Ecosystems to Outgoing Drivers
P 2.47 Hideaki Shibata, Rieko Urakawa, Megumi Kuroiwa, Yoshiyuki Inagaki, Ryunosuke Tateno, Takuo Hishi, Karibu Fukuzawa, Keizo Hirai, Hiroto Toda, Nobuhiro Oyanagi, Makoto Nakata, Asami Nakanishi, Keitaro Fukushima, Tsutomu Enoki, Yuichi Suwa, Tsunehiro Watanabe
Impact of altered soil freeze–thaw cycle by winter climate changes on soil nitrogen biogeochemistry in Japanese forest ecosystems
P 2.48 Kavita Srivastava, Anke Jentsch, Bruno Glaser, Guido L. B. Wiesenberg
Effect of repeated annual drought on plant and soil n-alkane composition in a temperate grassland and heathland of Central Europe.
P 2.49 Karolina Tahovská, Petr Čapek, Jiří Kaňa, Jiří Kopáček, Gabriela Kotrbová, Hana Šantrůčková
In-situ nitrogen availability in mountain soils following forest disturbances
P 2.50 Julie Tolu, Jean-Francois Boily, Lorenz Gerber, Dominique Maier, Christian Bigler, Bindler Richard
Sources and transformations of organic biomarkers in a varved lake
P 2.51 Xiang Wang, Erik Cammeraat, Paul Romeijn, Karsten Kalbitz
Soil organic carbon redistribution by water erosion: An experimental rainfall simulation approach
P 2.52 Wendelin Weis, Michael Kohlpaintner, Stephan Raspe, Alfred Schubert, Uli Stetter, Axel Göttlein
Nutrient cycling in the nothern limestone Alps: ecosystems between abundance and deficiency
P 2.54 Ilya Yevdokimov, Irek Yusupov, Alla Larionova, Sergey Shavnin
The Impact of Gas Flaring on C- and Nutrients Turnover in Pine Forests of Western Siberia
Satellite remote sensing assessment of climate and anthropogenic impacts on forest biophysical parameters

3 Fluxes between the atmosphere and ecosystems

P 3.1 Monique Andres, Vytas Huth, Jürgen Augustin
Influence of soil tillage system on CO2, N2O and CH4 exchange, climate impact, and C/N budgets of winter oilseed rape in NE Germany
P 3.2 Irina Averkieva, Irina Grosovskaya, Kristina Ivashenko
The interaction between atmospheric deposition of mineral nitrogen and soil-vegetation indices in forests ecosystem of European Russia
P 3.3 Héctor García Gómez, Fernando Valiño, Sheila Izquieta, Laura Aguillaume, Ignacio González-Fernández, Héctor Calvete-Sogo, David Elustondo, Jesús M Santamaría, Anna Àvila, Rocío Alonso
Atmospheric nitrogen inputs and cycling in Mediterranean evergreen broadleaf forests (Quercus ilex): Results from the EDEN project.
P 3.4 Veronika Jilkova, Jan Frouz
Seasonal changes in methane consumption in wood ant nests
P 3.5 Hubert Jochheim, Stephan Wirth
Continuous measurement of vertical distribution of CO2 concentration and its isotopic signature in a beech and a pine forest soil
P 3.6 Nicole Jurisch, Ulrike Hagemann, Natalia Pehle, Jürgen Augustin
Reducing uncertainty – are high-resolution CO2 flux measurements after fertilizer application necessary for reliable estimates of net ecosystem exchange?
P 3.7 Per Erik Karlsson, Cecilia Akselsson, Martin Ferm, Sofie Hellsten, Hans Hultberg, Karin Hansen, Gunilla Pihl Karlsson
Total deposition of nitrogen and base cations to Norway spruce forests in Sweden
P 3.8 Thomas Laemmel, Martin Maier, Manuel Mohr, Dirk Schindler, Friederike Lang, Helmer Schack-Kirchner
Gas fluxes from soil to atmosphere: what do the eddies?
P 3.9 Thomas Leipold, Dennis Otieno, Eun-Young Jung, John Tenhunen
Tree water use for the dominant tree species at Mt. Kilimanjaro
P 3.10 Jörg Luster, Christian Bruderer, Pascal Niklaus, Stefan Huxol
Nitrous oxide production in floodplain soils as affected by flooding
P 3.11 Martin Maier, Helmer Schack-Kirchner, Friederieke Lang
A new in situ method to determine 2 D patterns of soil gas diffusivity and methane oxidation in a soil profile
P 3.12 Katharina H. E. Meurer, Hermann F. Jungkunst, Uwe Franko, Oliver Spott, Claus F. Stange
Fluxes of N2O and CH4 from soils under land use change in Southern Amazonia
P 3.14 Tomoaki Morishita, Yojiro Matsuura, Takuya Kajimoto, Akira Osawa, Olga Zyryanova, Anatoly Prokushkin
Effect of N fertilization on CO2, CH4, and N2O fluxes from a Larix gmelinii forest soil in a continuous permafrost region of central Siberia
P 3.15 Bhone Nay-Htoon, Xue Wei, Maren Dubbert, Jonghan Ko, Christiane Werner
Seasonal and spatial variations of carbon and water fluxes of rice (Oryza Stiva) from leaf to field scale
P 3.16 Johan Neirynck
Role of ammonia in the SO2 flux over a mixed forest
P 3.17 Gunilla Pihl Karlsson, Cecilia Akselsson, Sofie Hellsten, Per Erik Karlsson
The Swedish Throughfall Monitoring network (SWETHRO) - 25 years of monitoring air pollution concentrations, deposition and soil water chemistry across Sweden in relation to European emissions of sulphur and nitrogen.
P 3.18 Evelyn Preuß, Marife Corre, Edzo Veldkamp
Soil carbon dioxide and methane fluxes from lowland forests converted to oil palm and rubber plantations in Sumatra, Indonesia
P 3.19 Mauro Schumacher, Vicente Lopes, Peter Trueby
Atmospheric Input and Nutrient Turnover in a Pinus taeda L. Plantation in Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil)
P 3.20 Peter Trüby, Francine Calil, Mauro Schumacher
Nutrient Input, Turnover, and Extraction in an Agroforestry System in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
P 3.21 Marie-Pierre Turpault, Emeline Lequy, Anna Avila, Malika Boudiaf, Sébastien Conil
Dust deposits along the North Sahara-Europe axis: consequence on forest ecosystem fertilization
P 3.22 Anni Vanhatalo, Tommy Chan, Juho Aalto, Janne F. Korhonen, Kaisa Rissanen, Katerina Machácová, Pasi Kolari, Teemu Hölttä, Eero Nikinmaa, Jaana Bäck
Dynamic measurements of Scots pine stem processes
P 3.23 Elena Veretennikova, Egor Dyukarev
Methane emission from natural peat bogs of West Siberia and its spatial and temporal variability
P 3.24 Christiane Werner, Arndt Piayda, Maren Dubbert, Filipe Costa e Silva, Alexandra Correia, Joao Perreira, Matthias Cuntz
Extreme drought event impacts carbon and water cycling in a Mediterranean woodland
P 3.25 Chia-Hsin Wu, Hou-Sen Chu, Yue-Joe Hsia, Shih-Chieh Chang
Carbon budget of a subtropical montane cloud forest: field measurements and model simulation
P 3.26 Sophie Zechmeister-Boltenstern, Sonja Leitner, Michael Zimmermann
Impact of droughts and heavy rain on greenhouse gas emissions and soil microbial activities in a beech forest

4 Below ground turnover of C and nutrients in forest soils

P 4.1 Sylwia Adamczyk, Antti-Jussi Lindroos, Pekka Tamminen, Aino Smolander
Response of soil N cycling processess to logging residues five years after clear-cutting in a Norway spruce stand
P 4.2 Iftekhar Ahmed, Andrew Smith, David Jones, Douglas Godbold
Tree species identity influences the accumulation of recalcitrant deep soil carbon
P 4.3 Jurate Aleinikoviene, Kestutis Armolaitis, Milda Viltrakyte, Paulius Garbaravicius, Jadvyga Lubyte, Vilma Zekaite
Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Arenosols of Different Land Use
P 4.4 Carolin Apostel, Michaela Dippold, Yakov Kuzyakov
Microbial transformations of free versus sorbed pyruvate analyzed by positon-specific 13C and 14C labeling and 13C-PLFA analysis
P 4.5 Pascal Boeckx, Landry Cizungu, Dries Roobroeck, Dries Huygens, Tobias Rütting
Leaky nitrogen cycle in pristine African mountain rainforest
P 4.7 Axel Göttlein, Regina Gangkofner
"Flying Roots" - an indicator for humus decay in the Bavarian Limestone Alps
P 4.8 Alexander Guhr, Werner Borken, Egbert Matzner
Water redistribution via mycelia networks of saprotrophic fungi
P 4.9 Ulrike Hagemann, Martin T. Moroni, Jogeir Stokland, Cindy Shaw, Nicole J. Fenton, Mark Harmon, Katarina Merganicova, Jan Merganicov, Dave Morris, Kimiko Okabe
How relevant is the burial of aboveground deadwood for forest floor C stocks and dynamics?
P 4.10 Veronika Jilkova, Jan Frouz, Ondrej Mudrak, Martin Vohnik
Effects of nutrient-rich substrate and ectomycorrhizal symbiosis on spruce seedling biomass in abandoned wood ant nests
P 4.11 Kristiina Karhu, Emmi Hilasvuori, Fritze Hannu, Biasi Christina, Nykänen Hannu, Liski Jari, Vanhala Pekka, Heinonsalo Jussi, Pumpanen Jukka
Priming effect in different layers of a forest soil
P 4.12 Bohdan Konôpka, Jozef Pajtík, Vladimír Šebeň, Adam Bahr, Martin Lukac
Contribution of belowground biomass to Net Primary Production in young beech and spruce stands
P 4.13 Julia Köpp, Anette Giesemann, Reinhard Well, Michael Thoma, Sebastian Haas, Gerhard Gebauer
Isotopomers reveal N2O production and consumption zones along soil profiles in a Norway spruce forest (Fichtelgebirge, Germany)
P 4.14 Kaie Kriiska, Jane Frey, Endla Asi, Tiiu Timmusk, Ülle Napa, Naima Kabral, Ivika Ostonen
Variability of above– and belowground litter input and decomposition in different coniferous forest site types in Estonia
P 4.15 Alla Larionova, Anna Kvitkina, Sergey Bykhovets, Berta Zolotareva
Temperature and moisture sensitivity of organic matter decomposition in soils of European Russia
P 4.16 Jaana Leppälammi-Kujansuu, Lasse Aro, Maija Salemaa, Karna Hansson, Dan Berggren Kleja, Heljä-Sisko Helmisaari
Fine root longevity and carbon input into soil from below- and aboveground litter in climatically contrasting forests
P 4.17 Ling LUO, Jidong GU
Extracellular Enzymatic Activity involved in C and Nutrient cycling in Subtropical Mangrove Ecosystem
P 4.18 Naoki Makita, Saori Fujii
Linkages of litter decomposability between fine roots and leaves for woody species
P 4.19 Cristina Martinez, Giorgio Alberti, Maria Francesca Cotrufo, Alessandro Cescatti, Federico Magnani, Federica Camin, Damiano Zanotelli, Damiano Gianelle, Mirco Rodeghiero
Net root C input as determined by 13C natural abundance correlates with aboveground net primary productivity across different ecosystem types
P 4.20 Egbert Matzner, Jonny Neumann
Contribution of newly grown extramatrical ectomycorrhizal mycelium and fine roots to soil respiration in a young Norway spruce site
P 4.21 Kaarin Parts, Leho Tedersoo, Krista Lõhmus, Priit Kupper, Katrin Rosenvald, Anu Sõber, Ivika Ostonen
Increased air humidity and understory composition shape short root traits and the colonizing ectomycorrhizal fungal community in silver birch stands
P 4.22 Ülle Püttsepp, Helen Liiva, Kaja Orupõld, Milvi Purgas, Karin Kauer, Kadri Kikkas, Mai Kukumägi, Luisella Celi
Stability of soil organic matter in different forest soils and under artificial Cd stress
P 4.23 Mercedes Roman-Dobarco, Helga Van Miegroet
SOC dynamics in aspen and conifer soils in montane forests of Utah, USA
P 4.24 Hana Santruckova, Jiri Kana, Petr Capek, Karolina Tahovska, Jiri Kopacek
Microbial carbon use efficiency in N saturated soils.
P 4.25 Francesca Scandellari
Isotopic pattern of fruit body of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in South Tyrol
P 4.26 Simon Stahr, Markus Graf, Friederike Lang
Linking soil aggregate properties to organic matter storage along a gradient of biological activity
P 4.27 Elisabetta Tomè, Maurizio Ventura, Damiano Zanotelli, Leonardo Montagnani, Giustino Tonon, Martin Thalheimer, Tanja Mimmo, Massimo Tagliavini, Francesca Scandellari
Partitioning of soil respiration and quantification in an apple orchard
P 4.28 Mats Varik, Veiko Uri, Jürgen Aosaar, Hardo Becker, Mai Kukumägi, Ivika Ostonen, Krista Lõhmus
Carbon budget in silver birch chronosequence
P 4.29 Lars Vesterdal, Teresa G. Bárcena, M. Masudur Rahman, Per Gundersen
Afforestation effects on soil organic carbon in former cropland: oak and Norway spruce chronosequences resampled after 13 years
P 4.30 Guido Wiesenberg, Arnaud Huguet, Sylvie Derenne, Steffen Kolb, Martina Gocke
Which role plays rhizomicrobial alteration of root-derived carbon in the deep subsoil for long-term carbon stabilization?

5 Linking biodiversity and biogeochemistry

P 5.1 Marcus Schmidt, Edzo Veldkamp, Marife D. Corre
Biodiversity effects on nutrient response efficiency in a temperate deciduous forest
P 5.2 Per-Marten Schleuß, Felix Heitkamp, Hermann Jungkunst
Does a gradient in tree species composition affect SOC storage of temperate deciduous forests?
P 5.3 Stefanie Meyer, Anna C. Crecelius, Ulrich S. Schubert, Beate Michalzik
Effects of ecosystem disturbances on organic matter cycling and its distribution: a mesocosm herbivory experiment
P 5.4 Sandrine Malchair, Monique Carnol
Do tree species influence community structure and richness of Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria at three temperate forest sites?
P 5.5 Maike Cremer, Jörg Prietzel
Pure and mixed stands of European beech and Douglas fir on different sites in Bavaria – Impact on important parameters of soil fertility and soil hydrology
P 5.6 François-Xavier Joly, Mathieu Coulis, Aurélien Gérard, Nathalie Fromin, Jean-François David, Stephan Hättenschwiler
The litter-transformer Glomeris marginata evens out differences in microbial activity across 26 diverse leaf litters of European tree species.
P 5.7 Leonor Álvarez-Cansino, Eric Manzané, Geertje van der Heijden, Stefan Schnitzer
Seasonal differences in growth and leaf physiology between lianas and trees. A test of the dry season growth advantage hypothesis.
P 5.8 Ika Djukic, Pavel Moiseev, Frank Hagedorn
Interactive effects of climate change driven treeline advances in the Urals on biogeochemical cycling
P 5.10 Martin Erlandsson Lampa, Paraskevi Manolaki, Eva Papstergiadou, Yaron Hershkovitz, Richard Skeffington, Andrew Wade
The Projected Impacts of Environmental Change on macrophyte communities in a Mediterranean Ecosystem
P 5.11 Jan Frouz
The effect of soil macrofauna on soil carbon storage
P 5.12 Gerhard Gebauer
Plant-plant matter transfer enabled by mycorrhizal fungi
P 5.13 Takahiro Inoue, Karibu Fukuzawa, Toshiya Yoshida, Tsunehiro Watanabe, Hideaki Shibata
Factors influencing the spatial distribution of soil nitrogen dynamics in a natural mixed forest in northern Japan
P 5.14 Anke Jentsch, Juergen Kreyling, Carl Beierkuhnlein
Heavy rain spells tremendously increase nutrient cycling, primary production and biotic interactions – suggesting water limitation of mesic grassland.
P 5.15 Julienne Schiebold, Andreas Makiola, Florian Lenhard, Martin I. Bidartondo, Gerhard Gebauer
Multi-element stable isotope analysis elucidates partial mycoheterotrophy of orchids in temperate montane meadow habitats

6 Biogeochemistry of wetlands

P 6.1 Klaus-Holger Knorr, Tanja Broder, Sindy Wagner, Ralph Steininger, Jörg Göttlicher
Accumulation of sulfur from atmospheric deposition in ombrotrophic bogs - comparing organic sulfur speciation in a high deposition site in the Thuringian Forest, Germany, and in a pristine site in South Patagonia (Chile)
P 6.2 Maris Klavins, Janis Krumins, Inese Silamikele
Accumulation of the Major and Trace Elements in Bogs and Fens (Latvia)
P 6.3 Zhi-Guo Yu, stefan Peiffer, Jörg Göttlicher, Klaus-Holger Knorr
Dissolved Organic Matter Drives Sulfur Cycling under Anaerobic Conditions –Ecological Implication for Anoxic Sulfur Cycling and Electron Transfer in Peatlands
P 6.4 Elena Veretennikova, Maria Zykova
Changes of humic acid properties during peat genesis process from two cores of ridge-hollow complex of West Siberia
P 6.5 Jaan Pärn, Ülo Mander, Anto Aasa, Sergey Egorov, Geoffrey Gabiri, Järvi Järveoja, Kuno Kasak, Martin Maddison, Kristjan Oopkaup, Kaido Soosaar, Alar Teemusk, Moses M. Tenywa, Evelyn Uuemaa, Christina Vohla
A global pattern of N2O and CH4 emissions in peatlands
P 6.6 Nagamitsu Maie, Hirosuke Nakamura, Takanori Sato, Yukako Tanaka, Tatsuya Ohno, Atsushi Azuma, Eikichi Shima
Dissolved Organic Matter in Small Irrigation Ponds: Evaluation of internal loading from sediment
P 6.7 Sami Ullah, Fotos Sgouridis
Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Soils under Natural and Semi-Natural Land Use Types
P 6.8 Sina Berger, Christian Blodau
Impact of long-term wetter conditions and ecosystem change on CO2 and CH4 fluxes in a northern temperate bog (Ontario, Canada)
P 6.9 Marketa Stepanova, Martin Novak, Gerhard Gebauer, Michael Thoma, Ivana Jačková, František Buzek, Jan Čuřík
Nitrogen cycling in two ombrotrophic peat bogs differing in atmospheric pollution: Insights from N fluxes and isotope ratios
P 6.10 Olga Naymushina
Organogenic Waters of Wetlands in Western Siberia, Russia
P 6.11 Hannes Imhof, Isabella Schrank, Schmid Johannes, Reinhard Niessner, Ivleva Natalia P., Laforsch Christian
Quantification of plastic particles in sediments of a subalpine Lake & The MPSS a new method for the separation of (micro)plastic particles from aquatic samples
P 6.12 Hannah Toberman, Edward Tipping, John Boyle, Rachel Helliwell, Allan Lilly
The importance of phosphorus in ombrotrophic peatlands
P 6.13 Tomas Picek, Eva Kastovska, Zuzana Urbanova
Vegetation dominant effect on DOM quality and quantity and on chemical and biological soil parameters in spruce swamp forest
P 6.14 Katharina Leiber-Sauheitl, Roland Fuß, Franz Buegger, Anette Giesemann, Klaus J. Petzke, Ulrich Meyer, Sven Dänicke, Annette Freibauer
Complex priming interactions of sheep excreta on greenhouse gas emissions from a histic Gleysol
P 6.15 Marcus A. Horn, Katharina Palmer
The remarkably diverse denitrifier community of a Finnish fen has a higher affinity for N2O than for nitrate or nitrite
P 6.16 Stefan Peiffer, Sven Frei
Effectice denitrification in wetlands - exposure rather than residence time
P 6.17 Mari Könönen, Jyrki Jauhiainen, Raija Laiho, Suwido Limin, Marjut Wallner, Harri Vasander
Long-term impacts of land use intensity on physical and chemical properties of tropical peat
P 6.18 Alan Wright, Rupesh Bhomia, K.R. Reddy
Long term phosphorus accretion in treatment wetlands
P 6.19 Jaime G. Cuevas, Jenny Huertas, César Leiva, Leandro Paulino, José Dörner, José Arumí
Nutrient retention in a microcatchment with low levels of anthropogenic pollution in Southern Chile
P 6.20 Darren Baldwin, Ewen Sylvester, Kerry Whitworth, Gavin Rees
Sulfur dynamics in inland wetlands
P 6.21 Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Chris Parsons, Raoul-Marie Couture, Radmila Kovac, Philippe Van Cappellen
Sulfur Cycling in Wetland Peat Soils

7 Controls of dissolved organic matter fluxes in ecosystems

P 7.1 Kestutis Armolaitis, Vidas Stakenas, Ausra Gudauskiene, Jurate Aleinikoviene
Leaching of Soil Organic Carbon and Plant Nutrients in Fresh Clear Cuttings of Coniferous Stands
P 7.2 Andreas Bantle, Werner Borken, Egbert Matzner
Quantity and quality of dissolved organic carbon released from coarse woody debris of different tree species in the early phase of decomposition
P 7.3 Sebastian Bischoff, Martin Schwarz, Jan Siemens, Lisa Thieme, Wolfgang Wilcke, Beate Michalzik
Particulate(s) matter! - Importance of canopy-derived water-bound particulate matter in forest ecosystem nutrient cycling
P 7.4 Sarka Cepakova, Jan Frouz
Sources of dissolved organic carbon in surface horizons and its relevance to stability of organic matter in soil
P 7.5 Sabine Dvorski, Jenny Westphal, Claudia Kellermann, Hubert Müller, Michael Größbacher, Mourad Harir, Norbert Hertkorn, Christian Griebler, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin
Ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry of dissolved organic matter from a tar oil contaminated aquifer along biogeochemical gradients
P 7.6 Eugen Federherr, Torsten C. Schmidt, Chiara Cerli, Karsten Kalbitz, Hans J. Kupka, Lutz Lange, Ralf Dunsbach, Robert Panetta
Novel tool for simultaneous carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses in aqueous samples
P 7.7 Kazumichi Fujii, Chie Hayakawa, Mari Uemura, Yuji Nakata, Makoto Yoshida, Shinya Funakawa
Mechanisms and regulating factors of dissolved organic matter production in forest soils of Japan and Indonesia
P 7.8 Jon García-García, Estilita Ruiz-Romera, Miren Martínez-Santos, Borja Muñoz-Leoz, Eider Unamuno
Comparison of variability of particulate (SS, POC) and dissolved (DOC) matter during flood events in two catchments (Basque Country, Northern Spain)
P 7.10 Diana Hofmann, Bernhard Steffen, Ulrich Disko, Gerhart Wagner, Christian Mätzler
Hair ice
P 7.11 Jakub Hruška, Pavel Krám, Filip Moldan, Filip Oulehle, Christopher D. Evans, Richard F. Wright, Jiří Kopáček, Bernard J. Cosby
Changes in soil dissolved organic carbon affect reconstructed history and projected future trends in surface water acidification
P 7.12 Frederique Kirkels, Chiara Cerli, Eugen Federherr, Karsten Kalbitz
A novel method for dissolved organic carbon (DOC) isotopic (δ13C) and concentration analysis in environmental samples
P 7.13 Maris Klavins
Flows of DOC from Territory of Latvia and Factors Controlling it
P 7.14 Mi-Hee Lee, Jean-Lionel Payeur-Poirier, Silvia Parra, Ji-Hyung Park, Bomchul Kim, Gerhard Gebauer, Stefan Peiffer, Egbert Matzner
The export of dissolved and particulate organic carbon and nitrogen in two forested catchments during heavy precipitation events in South Korea
P 7.15 Carlos Oyarzun, Pedro Herve-Fernandez
N and P balance from catchments with different land cover, and exportation of nutrients during storm events, in south central Chile
P 7.16 Jonathan Ritson, Graham Nigel, Templeton Michael, Freeman Chris, Clark Joanna
Assessing the impact of catchment management and climatic change on dissolved organic carbon flux in relation to drinking water treatment.
P 7.17 Kasia Sawicka, Joanna Clark, Elena Vanguelova, Don Monteith, Andrew Wade
Examining mutli-scale patterns in soil water DOC in the UK
P 7.18 Liisa Ukonmaanaho, Martin Forsius, Lauri Arvola, Markus Hartman, Mike Starr
Riparian zone and stream water DOC concentration and quality in relation to land use
P 7.19 Anatoly Prokushkin, Irina Tokareva, Mikhail Korets, Sergey Titov, Marina Prokushkina, Alexey Rubtsov, Oleg Pokrovsky
Riverine carbon flux within the Central Siberian Plateau: terrestrial and climatic controls

8 Trace element and metal biogeochemistry

P 8.1 Ulle Napa, Naima Kabral, Ivika Ostonen, Jane Frey
Input of heavy metals, accumulation in organics and retention in fine roots of coniferous stands at ICP IM areas in Estonia
P 8.2 Jessica Unda-Calvo-Garcia, Estilita Ruiz-Romera, Jon Garcia-Garcia, Miren Martínez-Santos, Borja Muñoz-Leoz
Bioaccessibility and health risk of heavy metals in urban sediments in an urban catchment of Gipuzkoa country (Northern Spain)
P 8.3 Ümran Seven Erdemir, Hülya Arslan, Ayça Çiçek, Gürcan Güleryüz, Ayşegül Akpınar, Şeref Güçer
Heavy Metal Accumulation Capacity of Ruderal Verbascum olympicum Boiss. (Scrophulariaceae) Growing Under Copper (Cu) Stress
P 8.4 Yuko Itoh, Akihiro Imaya, Yoshiki Shinomiya, Masahiro Kobayashi
Metal budget and soil solution chemistry in two forest watersheds in Japan
P 8.5 Ivana Mesić, Dražen Balen, Marija Romić, Gordana Medunić, Helena Bakić, Štefica Kampić, Kristijan Šoštarko
Trace Metal Contamination of The Prašnik Rain Forest Soil as a Consequence of the War Legacy
P 8.6 Ričardas Taraškevičius, Reda Iršėnaitė, Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Gražina Adamonytė, Mindaugas Dagys, Rimantė Zinkutė, Regina Morkūnaitė
Geochemical Variability in Pine-Wood Cross-Sections in Great Cormorant Colony
P 8.7 Walter D'Alessandro, Sergio Calabrese, Gabriella Valdese, Kyriaki Daskalopoulou, Sergio Bellomo, Lorenzo Brusca, Silvia Milazzo, Fulvio Boatta, Francesco Parello
Plants as biomonitors for volcanic emissions
P 8.8 Wiesław Szulc, Beata Rutkowska, Michał Hoch
Changes in contents of soil silicon species in response to fertilization under long-term fertilization experiment
P 8.9 Juraj Farkas, Chukwudi Nwaogu, Anna Pereponova, Pavel Krám, Hana Šillerová, Veronika Štědrá, Tomáš Jarchovský, Martin Novák
Evidence for the deposition of chromium in soils of a forested granitic catchment (Lysina, Czech Republic)
P 8.10 Eva Přechová, Martin Novák, Eva Čadková, Vladislav Chrastný, Juraj Farkaš, Zdenka Szurmanová, Jiří Tylčer, Markéta Štěpánová, Jan Čuřík
Geogenic and anthropogenic chromium contamination in Central Europe: Relationship between Cr isotope ratios in waters and redox conditions
P 8.11 Charlotte Ockert, Dominik Hezel, Frank Wombacher, Roland Bol, Carsten Münker, Harry Vereeken, Wulf Amelung
Investigating the impact of deforestation on iron cycling in a spruce forest (Wüstebach catchment, Germany) using δ56Fe values of different reservoirs
P 8.12 Man Jae Kwon, Jung-Seok Yang, Moo Joon Shim, Maxim Boyanov, Kenneth Kemner, Edward O'Loughlin
Overestimation of total Fe(II) during acid extraction in the presence of both Fe(III) (hydr)oxides and sulfide minerals
P 8.13 Aria Amirbahman, Ariel Lewis, Thomas Huntington
Remediation strategies for mercury remediation in a wetland: the use of zero- valent iron (ZVI) and granular activated carbon (GAC)
P 8.14 Monica Moreno, Johan Rydberg, Nadia Gamboa, Ilse Storch, Harald Biester
Estimated modern reference mercury concentrations in lake sediments and fish in a gold mining area in Southeastern Peruvian Amazon.
P 8.15 Bakhtiyor Karimov, Vignati Davide
Mercury pollution levels of human and aquatic ecosystems components in the republic of Uzbekistan
P 8.17 Olia Rcheulishvili, Lela Tugushi, Eter Ginturi, Aleksandre Rcheulishvili, Timo Korpela, Nunu Metreveli, Nino Rcheulishvili, Tamaz Kalabegishvili
Studying the accumulation and distribution of toxic and potentially radioactive elements by wheat and barley
P 8.18 Tanja Broder, Johan Rydberg, Harald Biester
Temporal Variability and Source Changes of DOM, As and Pb in a Peatland Catchment Stream

9 Critical unknowns in the cycling of P in forest, grassland and wetland ecosystems

P 9.1 Mark Bakker, David Achat, Laurent Augusto, Anne Gallet-Budynek, Christian Morel
Biogeochemistry of P in the southwest of France – case studies from Pinus pinaster forests on sandy soils
P 9.2 Peggy Bierbaß, Martin Kohler, Jürgen Bauhus
Variation of P concentrations in growth rings of Norway spruce (Picea abies) as indicators of P availability in forest ecosystems
P 9.3 Petr Capek, Petr Kotas, Stefano Manzoni, Hana Santruckova
What is the threshold carbon to phosphorus resource ratio of soil microbial community demand?
P 9.4 Anna Frymark-Szymkowiak, Barbara Kieliszewska-Rokicka
Activity of soil phosphatases in the rhizosphere of Populus alba L. in riparian forests
P 9.5 Christine Heuck, Marie Spohn
Microbial nutrient limitation, C:N:P stoichiometry and organic phosphorus mineralization in temperate forest soils
P 9.6 Xiaoqian Jiang, Roland Bol, Sabine Willbold, Wulf Amelung, Erwin Klumpp
Speciation and quantification of P and Fe (Al) (hydr)oxide associates in particle size fractions of an arable soil
P 9.8 Nina Koele
New approaches to study soil P
P 9.9 Friederike Lang, Jürgen Bauhus, Emmanuel Frossard, Klaus Kaiser, Jaane Krüger, Andrea Polle, Jörg Prietzel, Heinz Rennenberg
Ecosystem Nutrition: Forest Strategies for limited Phosphorus Resources An introduction to the DFG/SNF Priority Programme 1685
P 9.10 Anna Missong, Nischwitz Volker, Willbold Sabine, Bol Roland, Klumpp Erwin
On the role of colloids and nanoparticles for the distribution of phosphorus in a forest topsoil
P 9.12 Petr Porcal
Phosphorus sorption on photochemically induced particles
P 9.13 Irantzu Primicia, J. Bosco Imbert, Maitane Unzu, Susana García, F. Javier Arricibita, M Carmen Traver, Federico J. Castillo
Below-aboveground phosphorus dynamics in a pine-beech Mediterranean forest
P 9.14 Marie Spohn, Tibor Novák, Incze Jozsef, Luise Giani
Dynamics of soil phosphorus fractions after land-use abandonment in relation to carbon and nitrogen
P 9.15 Ulrike Talkner
Organically bound and microbial phosphorus in the topsoil of 20 European beech (Fagus sylvativa L.) stands in Germany and its potential role in forest phosphorus nutrition
P 9.16 Lin Yu, Salim Belyazid
PhosFors – a dynamic numerical model of the phosphorus cycle in forest ecosystems

10 Links between the N cycle and other elements

P 10.1 Jürgen Aosaar, Mats Varik, Hardo Becker, Ivika Ostonen, Krista Lõhmus, Veiko Uri
Nitrogen storages and fluxes in young silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) stand growing on abandoned agricultural land
P 10.2 Hardo Becker
Harvesting effect on nitrogen fluxes in grey alder stand
P 10.3 Luciana Coletta, Sylvain Coq, Stephan Hättenschwiler, Juliana Antonio, Elizabethe de Campos Ravagnani, Silvia Rafaela Machado Lins, Edmar Antonio Mazzi, Luiz Antonio Martinelli
Ecological stoichiometry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus during decomposition in the coastal Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil
P 10.4 Christine Goodale
Drivers of inverse DOC-nitrate loss patterns in forest soils and streams
P 10.5 Per Gundersen, Shimon Ginzburg Ozeri, Rasmus Kjøller, Inger Kappel Schmidt, Lars Vesterdal
Is the soil carbon storage enhanced by nitrogen deposition?
P 10.6 Lindsey Norgrove, Stefan Hauser
Effects of burning and tree density on soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics over eight years in agrisilvicultural systems in Central Africa
P 10.7 Tobias Rütting, Viviane Figueiredo Souza, Alex Enrich Prast
Soil nitrogen dynamics in pristine and regrowing tropical Amazon forests
P 10.8 Marianne Schütt, Werner Borken, Florian Stange, Egbert Matzner
Substantial net N mineralization during the dormant season in temperate forest soils
P 10.9 Marie Spohn
Microbial carbon allocation depends on soil nitrogen concentration
P 10.10 Karolina Tahovská, Jiří Bárta, Jiří Kaňa, Filip Oulehle, Andreas Richter, Hana Šantrůčková
The importance of being DOC - microbial N immobilization in mountain soils
P 10.11 Rieko Urakawa, Nobuhito Ohte, Hideaki Shibata, Kazuo Isobe, Tomoki Oda, Tsunehiro Watanabe, Karibu Fukuzawa, Shin Ugawa, Takuo Hishi, Tsutomu Enoki, Ryunosuke Tateno, Keitaro Fukushima, Asami Nakanishi, Ayumi Kotani, Nobuko Saigusa, Yukio Yamao, Nobuhiro Oyanagi, Daichi Hattori, Makoto Nakata, Tanaka Kenta, Hiroto Toda, Yoshiyuki Inagaki, Keizo Hirai
Drivers of soil N mineralization and nitrification of forest soils in the Japanese archipelago
P 10.12 Nicole Vandinther, Julian Aherne
Impacts of Nitrogen Emissions from the Athabasca Oil Sands Region on Species Diversity in Northern Alberta
P 10.13 Thomas Wutzler
Flexibility in the linking of soil C and N cycle by microbial enzyme allocation strategies

11 Weathering and chemical processes as keys to ecosystem functioning

P 11.1 Mitsuhisa Baba, Emu Shima, Toshihiro Sugiura, Koki Toyoda, Masanori Okazaki
Aluminum mobilization in nitrogen saturated Andisols under forest in Tokyo
P 11.2 Maria Chapela-Lara, Heather Buss, Philip Pogge von Strandmann
The role of weathering hotspots in decoupling surface and deep nutrient cycles
P 11.3 Lilli Kaarakka, Heljä-Sisko Helmisaari, Aino Smolander, Antti-Jussi Lindroos
Long-term soil recovery from sprinkling infiltration
P 11.4 Chukwudi Nwaogu, Pereponova Anna, Šillerová Hana, Farkaš Juraj, Krám Pavel, Štědrá Veronika, Jarchovský Tomáš
Weathering Profiles of Alkaline Earth Metals in Base-Poor Forest Ecosystem: Lysina, Slavkov Forest, Czech Republic
P 11.5 Anna Pereponova, Pavel Krám, Hanna Šilerova, Juraj Farkas, Veronika Štedra, Chukwudi Nwaogu
Mobility and biogeochemical cycling of major base cations (Mg, Ca) and toxic metals (Ni, Cr) in ultramafic rocks dominated ecosystem: Pluhuv Bor, Slavkov Forest, Czech Republic
P 11.6 Daria Yablonskaya, Tatiana Lubkova, Tatiana Shestakova, Olga Oleinikova
Geochemical research of copper speciation in landscapes porphyry copper deposits (Western Chukotka, Russia)

12 Restoration and rehabilitation of ecosystems

P 12.1 Jörg Luster, Juna Shrestha, Benjamin Huber, Pascal A. Niklaus, Emmanuel Frossard, Klement Tockner
River restoration and ecosystem services: nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide emissions
P 12.2 Marina Sizemskaya, Mamay Sapanov
Agroforestry Approaches To The Reclamation Of Disturbed Lands In Arid Regions
P 12.3 Bartłomiej Woś, Marcin Pietrzykowski
Dissolved elements leaching from reclaim mine soils substrates with Scots pine and Common birch litter under controlled conditions
P 12.4 Héctor Miguel Conesa Alcaraz, Jose Ignacio Querejeta Mercader, Antonio López Orenes, María Nazaret González Alcaraz, María Ángeles Ferrer Ayala, Antonio A. Calderón García, Isabel Párraga Aguado
The role of plant assemblage in the phytomanagement of mining impacted ecosystems
P 12.5 Hana Šimáčková, Jan Frouz, Ondřej Mudrák
Seasonal changes in standing dead biomass and nitrogen content of Calamagrostis epigeios
P 12.6 Sophie Barrett, Shaun Watmough
Characterizing the impact of a historical industrial deposition gradient on peat and peatland vegetation near Sudbury, Ontario
P 12.7 Lilit Ovsepyan, Irina Kurganova, Valentin Lopes de Gerenyu
Changes in Microbial Activity of Soils During the Natural Restoration of Abandoned Lands in Russia
P 12.8 Bumsuk Seo, Christina Bogner
Monitoring land use/land cover changes during watershed restoration by ground census and remote sensing
P 12.9 Renato Miazaki de Toledo, Rozely Ferreira dos Santos
Approaching the relationship between reforestation projects range of results and context diversity in Sao Paulo State, Brazil
Effect of fire intensity on K, Mg, Ca, pH and EC soil in Zagros forest, Iran
P 12.11 Beata Rutkowska, Wiesław Szulc, Małgorzata Majder-Łopatka
Effect of fire on selected properties of forest soils
P 12.12 Maija Lampela, Jyrki Jauhiainen, Harri Vasander
Reforestation with local tree species - seedling growth success on degraded tropical peat
P 12.13 Johannes Fritz, Marina Leibfried, Anke Kühne, Helmer Schack-Kirchner, Friederike Lang
Functional aspects of the roostsystem from Juncus effusus L. for the regeneration of compacted soils in forests
P 12.14 Gürcan Güleryüz, Hülya Arslan, Serap Kırmızı
Restoration Ecology Applications on Ski Runs at Subalpine Belt of Uludağ Mountain, Turkey
P 12.15 Adriaan Reinecke, Sophia Reinecke, Mia Van Wyk
Using bioassays to assess a soil ecosystem’s ability to recover from petroleum sludge land farming practices