Ecohydrology researchers present at the 24th International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry

Friday, October 4, 2019

Ecohydrology Research Group members presented research at the 24th International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry in Potsdam, Germany from 23-27 September, 2019. The following research was presented:

Bajracharya, B.M., C. Smeaton, I. Markelov, E. Markelova, C. Lu, O. Cirpka, and P. Van Cappellen. Bioenergetics: A modeling framework to assess organic matter degradation in energy-limited environments (oral presentation).

Gharasoo, M., L. Fairbairn, M. Huynh, F. Rezanezhad and P. Van Cappellen. Soil heterotrophic respiration as a function of water content in a mechanistic pore-scale model (poster presentation).

Fairbairn, L., F. Rezanezhad, M. Gharasoo, C.T. Parsons, M.L. Macrae and P. Van Cappellen. The effects of moisture content on aerobic and anaerobic soil carbon dioxide fluxes: Insights from a factorial batch experiment (oral presentation). 

Markelov, I., R.-M. Couture, P. Van Cappellen, S. Haande and R. Fisher. Dynamic modelling of geochemical (C, N, P, Fe, O, S) fluxes in lakes using a coupled water-column and sediment diagenesis model (oral presentation).

Mellage, A. Sensing subsurface reactive transport processes with geo-electrical methods (keynote).

Slowinski, S., C. Smeaton and P. Van Cappellen. Accounting for autotrophy in subsurface ecosystems: A bioenergetics-based modeling framework for mixotrophy (oral presentation).

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Ecohydrology group members and colleagues at ISEB 2019 in Potsdam, Germany.

Ecohydrology group members and colleagues at ISEB 2019 in Potsdam, Germany.

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