Ecohydrology Group at AGU 2018

Monday, December 10, 2018

This week, Ecohydrology Group members are presenting their research at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting (December 10-14, 2018) in Washington, D.C. With nearly 24,000 attendees, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world.

Ecohydrology Group researcher, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, organized a session titled “Impacts of Winter Climate Change on Hydrobiogeochemical Dynamics of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems During the Winter and Shoulder Seasons”, which includes 8 oral and 12 poster presentations. (Conveners: Alexandra Contosta, Sarah J. Nelson, Patrick Sorensen and Fereidoun Rezanezhad)

Presentations by Ecohydrology Group members:

Philippe Van Cappellen 

Title: How Geophysics Informs Biogeochemistry: Challenges and (Missed) Opportunities (Invited)

Session: Geophysical Quantification of Biogeochemical Processes

Co-Authors: Adrian Mellage, Christina Marie Smeaton and Fereidoun Rezanezhad

Fereidoun Rezanezhad 

Title: Soil biogeochemical processes controlling subsurface carbon and nutrient fluxes under variable winter conditions

Session: Impacts of Winter Climate Change on Hydrobiogeochemical Dynamics of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems During the Winter and Shoulder Seasons II

Co-Authors: Tatjana Milojevic, Hyumin Danny Oh, Heather Townsend, Christina Marie Smeaton, Christopher Parsons, Colin McCarter and Philippe Van Cappellen

Adrian Mellage

Title: Characteristic relaxation time and chargeability of polarizing subsurface microbes: in situ estimation of microbial abundance and inferences on metabolic state

Session: Geophysical Quantification of Biogeochemical Processes

Co-Authors:  Christina Marie Smeaton, Estella A Atekwana, Alex Furman, Fereidoun Rezanezhad and Philippe Van Cappellen​

Stephane Ngueleu

Title: Sorption and Biodegradation of Benzene and Naphthalene in (Semi)-Arid Coastal Soil Environments as a Function of Temperature and Salinity

Session: Advances in Characterizing NAPL Sources in Groundwater and Assessing Impacts on Plume-Scale Contamination: Theoretical, Experimental, and Modeling Investigations

Co-Authors: Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Riyadh Al-Raoush and Philippe Van Cappellen​

Gabriel F Bacca-Cortes

Title: Geomorphological Controls on Subsurface Mean Travel Times (MTT): Multi-Watershed Performance Assessment of an Analytical MTT Model

Session: Hydrochronology: Advances in Tracer Methods and Modeling of Residence Times in Hydrology

Co-Authors: Hans Dürr, Philippe Van Cappellen

Tamara Van Staden

Title: Targeting Phosphorus Legacies in the Laurentian Great Lakes Watersheds

Session: Legacy Effects of Land Use on Water Quality, Watershed Processes, and Ecosystem Function: Implications for Science and Policy

Co-Authors:  Kimberly Van Meter, Nandita Basu, Philippe Van Cappellen

 

Philippe Van Cappellen and Fereidoun Rezanezhad are co-authors in other presentations:

Title: Global Water Futures – Translation of Transdisciplinary Observations, Science, and Predictions into Societal Action for Water and Climate Imperatives in Cold Regions

Session: Observing, Modeling, Diagnosing, and Predicting Hydrological and Earth System Change in Cold Regions

Co-Authors: John Pomeroy, Howard Wheater, Jennifer Baltzer, Helen Baulch, Sean Carey, Patricia Gober, Lawrence Martz, Alain Pietroniro, David Rudolph, Ronald Stewart, Philippe Van Cappellen and Chris DeBeer​

Title: Bioretention Cells Under Cold Climate Conditions

Session: Impacts of Winter Climate Change on Hydrobiogeochemical Dynamics of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems During the Winter and Shoulder Seasons

Co-Authors: Elodie Passeport, Brenden Ding, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Behrad Gharedaghloo and Philippe Van Cappellen

Title: Low-severity wildfire on a tree covered peat plateau: interactive effects of runoff flowpath and ground thaw dynamics on porewater chemistry

Session: Impacts of Winter Climate Change on Hydrobiogeochemical Dynamics of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems During the Winter and Shoulder Seasons

Co-Authors: Caren J Ackley, William Quinton, Suzanne Tank, Fereidoun Rezanezhad and Colin McCarter

Title: Impacts of Frost on Phosphorus Mobilization and Transport in Agricultural Landscapes with Temperate Climates

Session: Impacts of Winter Climate Change on Hydrobiogeochemical Dynamics of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems During the Winter and Shoulder Seasons

Co-Authors: Merrin Macrae, Kirsten Grant, James Cober, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Laura Van Eerd, Vito Lam and Janina Plach

Title: A pan-arctic synthesis of nongrowing season respiration: Key drivers and responses to a changing climate (Invited)

Session: Advances in Soil Respiration Research

Co-Authors: Susan Natali, Jennifer Watts, Brendan Rogers, Stefano Potter, Benjamin Abbott, Kyle Andreas Arndt, Leah Birch, Mats Bjorkman, A. Anthony Bloom, Gerardo Celis, Casper Christiansen, Roisin Commane, Elisabeth Cooper, Patrick M Crill, Claudia Czimczik, Sergey Davydov, Jinyang Du, Jocelyn Egan, Bo Elberling, Eugenie Susanne Euskirchen, Thomas Friborg, Genet Helene, Mathias Goeckede, Jordan Goodrich, Paul Grogan, Manuel Helbig, Elchin Jafarov, Julie Jastrow, Aram A M Kalhori, Yongwon Kim, John Kimball, Lars Kutzbach, Mark Lara, Klaus Larsen, Michael M Loranty, Sarah Ludwig, Magnus Lund, Massimo Lupascu, Jack W Mcfarland, Anthony David McGuire, Anders Michelsen, Christina Minions, Walter Oechel, David Olefeldt, Frans-Jan Parmentier, Norbert Pirk, William  Quinton, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Torsten Sachs, Kevin M Schaefer, Joshua Schimel, Niels Martin Schmidt, Edward Schuur, Anne-Katrin Selbmann, Philipp Semenchuk, Gaius  Shaver, Oliver Sonnentag, Gregory Starr, Paddy Sullivan, Claire Treat, Mark Waldrop, Yihui Wang, Jeffrey M Welker, Christian Wille, Xiaofeng Xu, Zhen Zhang, Qianlai Zhuang, Donatella Zona, Nima Madani, Avni Malhotra, Benjamin Poulter and David Risk

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