The interface between soil, vegetation and atmosphere shapes a liveable habitat, which is currently subject to climate-induced transformations. This session therefore invites studies with focus on exchange processes on that interface, bridging from micro to global scales, or elaborating on both natural and managed systems. As multiple interconnected biophysical and biogeochemical feedback processes characterize soil-vegetation-atmosphere interactions, it can be viewed in the eyes of a wide range of disciplines, from chemistry to microbiology, from rhizosphere to ecosystems, from diffusion to turbulent transport, and hence excellently connects the core BayCEER research fields.
We cordially invite researchers from various disciplines working on soil-vegetation-atmosphere interactions to join this session.
|16:00||O 1.1: Nele Meyer et al.: Soil and ecosystem carbon dynamics in a warming Subarctic|
|16:10||O 1.2: Steve Kwatcho Kengdo et al.: Long-term soil warming alters fine root dynamics and morphology, and their ectomycorrhizal fungal community in a temperate forest soil|
|16:25||O 1.3: Tina Köhler et al.: Responsiveness to soil drying of maize is related to decreasing belowground hydraulic conductivity|
|16:35||O 1.4: Muhammad Usman Munir et al.: Investigating the Impact of Local Climate Change on Surface/Groundwater Interactions in Headwater Catchments|
|16:50||O 1.5: Franziska Zahn et al.: Increasing ‘self-supply’ of orchid Cremastra appendiculata during ontogenetic development with changing subterranean morphology and fungal associates|
|17:00||O 1.6: Julius Seidler et al.: Variability of Airborne Ultrafine Particles around Munich Airport: Preliminary Results from Summer 2021|
|P 1.1||Maike Rieger, Julia David, Finja Löher, Asegid Akale, Tina Köhler, Wolfgang Babel, Johanna Pausch, Anke Nölscher|
VOC emissions as drought stress indicators in old and modern maize varieties