GEOHYD Lunch Seminar: Unravelling organic matter degradation mechanisms from deep lake sediments to permafrost
Welcome to our GEOHYD Lunch Seminar Friday 14th of October @ 12:15 in Aud. 2, Geology building or via videolink using Zoom. The seminar is helt by François Clayer, NIVA.
Seminar by François Clayer, Researcher Scientist, The Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA).
Unravelling organic matter degradation mechanisms from deep lake sediments to permafrost
Abstract: The complexity of organic matter (OM) degradation mechanisms represents a significant challenge for developing biogeochemical models to quantify the role of waterbodies in the global carbon cycle. Knowledge gaps on biogeochemical feedback mechanisms across boreal waterbodies restrict our ability to make robust predictions of repercussions between climate and C cycling using Earth System Models (ESMs). This presentation will provide an overview of three recent or current projects, investigating greenhouse gas production and OM degradation pathways in deep lake sediments, along the aquatic continuum (headwaters to fjord) and in a permafrost palsa environment.
The talk is in Aud 2 in the Geology Building. It is also possible to follow at Zoom.
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About the seminar
This seminar is offered by the Section for Geography and Hydrology, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Oslo. The GEOHYD-seminars are announced as lunch seminars so bring your lunch if you want to.
The seminars are open for everyone interested, and especially students are welcome.
The Lunch Seminar Team
– Louise and Henning