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27-29 September 2023, University of Bayreuth (UBT)

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1 Trophic interactions, organic matter, and nutrient cycling

P 1.1 Shaista Khaliq
Diet-consumer interactions under variable stressor conditions as revealed by stable isotope studies of individual amino acids
P 1.2 Jana Christine Koehne, Bernd Degen, Lasse Marohn, Buchen-Tschiskale Caroline
Pilot Study: Determining the geographic origin of European Eel with Stabile Isotopes (SI)
P 1.3 Franziska Zahn, Erik Söll, Thomas Chapin, Deyi Wang, Sofia Gomes, Nicole Hynson, Johanna Pausch, Gerhard Gebauer
Novel insights into orchid mycorrhiza functioning from stable isotope signatures of fungal pelotons

2 Climate Change and Physiology

P 2.1 Valentin Kurbel, Outi-Maaria Sietiö, Kristiina Karhu, Andrei Rodionov, Sari Timonen, Eva Lehndorff, Johanna Pausch, Nele Meyer
Fate of recently assimilated carbon in the soil-plant system of a boreal Podzol under Vaccinium vitis-idaea and its response to warming
P 2.2 Khatab Abdalla, Friederike Dellmann, Hannah Uther, Stefanie Hochmuth, Johanna Pausch
Root-derived carbon explains the pattern of soil carbon dynamics in well-watered and drought-stressed maize.
P 2.3 Paul Koeniger, Anne Gädecke, Christine Stumpp, Axel Schmidt
Stable isotope composition of precipitation in Germany in context to current climate patterns and recent activities of the German Isotope Network (GIN)
P 2.4 Gökben Demir, Maren Dubbert, Gunnar Lischeid, Alexander Knohl, Doerthe Tetzlaff, Christian Markwitz, Anas Emad, Kenneth Gutierrez-Garcia
Stable Isotope and AI supported model development for high frequency, cross scale water partitioning (ISO SCALE)
P 2.5 Anna Wieland, Markus Greule, Nemiah Ladd, Marco Lehmann, Philipp Schuler, Frank Keppler
Advances in the use of stable hydrogen isotopes of wood lignin methoxy groups as a proxy to determine plant source water and for climate variability

3 Earth System Science and Reconstruction

P 3.1 Cátia Milene Ehlert von Ahn, Michael Ernst Böttcher, Christoph Malik, Julia Westphal, Benjamin Rach, Carla Nantke, Anna-Kathrina Jenner, Rhodelyn Saban, Iris Schmiedinger
Isotope hydrobiogeochemical composition of a managed river entering the southern Baltic Sea: A seasonal perspective
P 3.2 Rhodelyn Saban, Anna-Kathrina Jenner, Iris Schmiedinger, Michael Ernest Böttcher
Isotope biogeochemical in a temperate coastal peatland after flooding by brackish water
P 3.3 Michael E. Böttcher, Anna-K. Jenner, Catia M. E. von Ahn, Antonia Schell, Patricia Roeser, Carla Nantke, Ramona Riedel, Sebastian Janßen, Benjamin-S. Gilfedder, Nils Moosdorf, Iris Schmiedinger
An isotope view on water and carbon transfer in a tidal basin under impact of submarine groundwater discharge
P 3.4 Nils Michelsen, Kay Knöller, Michael Schubert, Harutyun Yeremyan, Alexander Arakelyan, Christoph Schüth
Groundwater around Lake Sevan, Armenia: Insights from stable isotopes of water and nitrate
P 3.5 C. Schubert, R. van Geldern, T. R. Juhlke, J.A.C. Barth, F. Huneau, E. Garel, S. Santoni
The unusual carbon cycle budget of the Gravona (Corsica) - A small stream in a mountain silicate terrain
P 3.6 Benjamin Gralher, Barbara Herbstritt, Markus Weiler, Dani Or
Tracking the Evaporation Front with Stable Isotopes of Water in a Drying Sand Column
P 3.7 Robert van Geldern, Johannes Barth, Dominik Kremer, Blake Walker, Paul Königer, Axel Schmidt, Heinrich Eisenmann, Michael Heidinger, Philip Schuler, Aixala Gaillard
Project Launch: The Groundwater Isotope Map of Germany

4 Environment and Pollution

P 4.1 Michael E. Böttcher, Carla Nantke, Antonia Schell, D.E. Canfield, Catia M. Ehlert von Ahn, Iris Schmiedinger
Stable carbon isotopes as tracers for benthic sources of dissolved inorganic carbon in the Eastern North Sea: The Skagerrak area
P 4.2 David R. Piatka, Alexander Frank, Inga Köhler, Kathrin Castiglione, Robert van Geldern, Johannes A.C. Barth
Critical switch towards bicarbonate uptake during cyanobacteria blooms at much higher than expected pH values as shown by multiple carbon isotope investigations
P 4.3 Laurynas Bučinskas, Inga Garbarienė, Agnė Mašalaitė, Justina Šapolaitė, Žilvinas Ežerinskis, Dalia Jasinevičienė, Vidmantas Remeikis, Andrius Garbaras
Application of dual carbon and sulfur isotopes as tracers of PM1 pollution sources
P 4.4 Siegmund Ertl, Andre Wilhelms, Andrey Voropaev, Florian Eichinger, Stefan Norra
Isotope analyses to asses sediment cores from freshwater lakes in Jiangsu Region
P 4.5 Felix Niemann, Annika Gruhlke, Maik A. Jochmann, Torsten C. Schmidt
Carbon isotope fractionation of the neonicotinoid insecticide imidacloprid during photolytic degradation
P 4.6 Lena Rohe, Rene Dechow, Caroline Buchen-Tschiskale, Reinhard Well
N2O fluxes by fungal denitrification, quantification, control and foreseen modelling
P 4.7 Florian Einsiedl, Alexandra Pena, Anja Wunderlich
Annual and seasonal dynamics of anaerobic oxidation of ammonium and denitrification linked with methane in a dimictic lake
P 4.8 Sebastian Floßmann, Kaiyu Lei, Rebecca Hoess, Sigrid van Grinsven, Ingrid Kögel-Knabner, Jörg Völkel, Jürgen Geist, Michael Dannenmann
Assessing Organic Fertilizer Nitrogen Cycling and Translocation into adjacent Aquatic Systems using 15N Tracing at different Scales
P 4.9 Daniela Polag, Felix Müller, Konrad Koch, Mathias Weigoldt, Michael Lebuhn, Frank Keppler
Increasing methane productivity in anaerobic digesters by addition of CO2 – the use of stable isotope techniques to identify the mechanisms

5 Methods, Models, Standards

P 5.1 Rebekka Lauer, Markus Greule, Frank Keppler
A large-volume air sampling system (LVASS) for isotope determination of atmospheric chloromethane
P 5.2 Habib Al-Ghoul, Martin Elsner
Miniature Combustion Reactors to Increase Sensitivity and Selectivity, and to Facilitate GCxGC for Compound-specific Isotope Analysis (CSIA)
P 5.3 Felix Antritter, Martin Elsner
What is a typical GC-IRMS performance? Long-term records of backgrounds, linearity, sensitivity, precision, and trueness on different GC-IRMS instruments
P 5.4 Aoife Canavan, Martin Elsner
15N-Isotope Analysis of Sulfamethoxazole by Derivatization-Gas Chromatography-Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry
P 5.5 Meike Fischer, Mario Tuthorn
Qtegra ISDS Software – driving analyses of the Thermo Scientific™ gas IRMS portfolio
P 5.6 Alberto Iraheta, Elise Malsch-Fröhlich, Malkin Gerchow, Matthias Beyer
Water vapor sampling - a novel method for semi-in situ soil and plant water isotope analysis
P 5.7 Heiko Moossen, Heike Geilmann, Tabea Axthammer, Ines Hilke
Separation of organic and inorganic carbon – a method assessment.
P 5.8 Reinhard Well, Caroline Buchen-Tschiskale, Michael Dannenmann, Dominika Lewicka-Szczebak, Joachim Mohn, Lena Rohe, Clemens Scheer, Benjamin Wolf
Production of standard gases for routine calibration of stable isotope ratios of N2 and N2O

6 Life Science, Forensics and Medicine

P 6.1 Jan Geist, Joachim Molkentin
Stable isotopes for the differentiation of eggs from barn, free-range and organic farming in the German food retail market
P 6.2 Montana Puscas, Ciprian Stremtan, Garry Armstrong, Damon Green
Laser Ablation IRMS analyses of 𝛅13C in both solid and liquid foodstuff
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