6 Paving the way for research: Databases, instruments, networks
& Open Session

Chair: Andreas Held

Thursday, 16:00-16:45,

It is a long way to go to reach the peaks and highlights of research.
Tell us about your progress on the way up - about database and literature mining, development and testing of instruments and experimental designs, networking efforts and successes!

16:00O 6.1: Christine Heuck et al.: Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus net mineralization in organic layers of temperate forests: Stoichiometry and relations to organic matter quality
16:15O 6.2: Maria Klug et al.: Elimination of molybdenum, antimony and tungsten from industrial wastewaters by using schwertmannite adsorbents
16:30O 6.3: Manuel J. Mayr et al.: From toys to tools: assessing vegetation structural parameters and potential disturbance impacts using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

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P 6.1 Christine Göhring, Stefan Holzheu, Oliver Archner, Oleg Lobachev
SAX: A new tool for interactive haystack needle similarity search in time series
P 6.2 Oliver Archner, Stefan Holzheu
Use Cases of Low Cost Sensor Observation Systems
P 6.3 Sarmite Katkevica, Andreas Held
Chemical composition studies of laboratory-made α-pinene SOA by NMR
P 6.4 Janine Lückerath, Birgit Wehner, Andreas Held
Aerosol flux measurements during the Melpitz Column experiment
P 6.5 Lisa von der Heyden, Martin Graus, Thomas Karl, Julian Deventer, Andreas Held
Urban aerosol flux measurements in Innsbruck, Austria
P 6.6 Andreas Held, Marina Vater, Thomas Rupp, Stefan Dötterl
How ozone affects the perception of plant volatiles in western honey bees
P 6.7 Philipp Giesemann, Gerhard Gebauer
Hidden robbery: A new approach (δ2H) discloses organic nutrient-gain effectiveness of C3-hemiparasites from C3-host plants.
P 6.8 Elisabeth Hüllbusch, Yung-I Lee, Gerhard Gebauer
Which fungi taste good to orchids? Diversity of carbon and nitrogen gaining strategies in mycoheterotrophic orchids of Southeast Asia
P 6.9 Klink Saskia, Giesemann Philipp, Gebauer Gerhard
Feeding with fondness? Obtaining a higher precision in nitrogen gain estimates among carnivorous Pinguicula species by considering the trophic level of their prey
P 6.10 Stefan Bindereif, Thomas Holdermann, Sandra Merten, Sabine Schneiders, Gerhard Gebauer
Two-dimensional nitrogen isotope analysis of ammonium nitrate
P 6.11 Celvin Schuster, Ludwig Zöller
Quaternary volcanism in the Eifel – potential causes and risks

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