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

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2 Climate Change and Physiology

Wednesday, 15:00-16:30, H 36


15:00O 2.1: Christiane Werner et al.: Whole ecosystem 13CO2 and 2H2O and metabolite labeling to trace drought response from leaf/roots to ecosystem scale and investigate the role of deep-water reserves during drought recovery
15:15O 2.2: Laura Kinzinger et al.: Continuous in-situ water stable isotopes show the effect of species identity on water use after precipitation events
15:30O 2.3: Angelika Kübert et al.: Plant water relations during drought and recovery in an experimental rainforest
15:45O 2.4: Matthias Beyer et al.: Vegetation controls spatial patterns of soil water isotopes in a tropical dry forest and UAV can help to predict themand
16:00O 2.5: Lars Erik Daber: Position-specific isotope labelling gives new insights into chiral monoterpene synthesis of Norway spruce (Picea abies L.)
16:15O 2.6: Ruth-Kristina Magh et al.: Practical measurements of water stable isotopes in tree stems and soils using conservative water vapor storage

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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

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