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Be visual

Local Public Infrastructure – the wooden trackway “Pr 6” in the Duemmer Geest Lowland
Andreas Bauerochse & Marion Heumueller

Climate impacts of peat use in Europe
Olivier Hirschler & Bernhard Osterburg

Utilization of peat substitutes derived from paludiculture or landscape conservation – Results of a newly developed test procedure
Katharina Leiber-Sauheitl, Heike Bohne, Jürgen Böttcher

The relevance of clay as a highly effective buffer material for nutrients and salts in coir pith-based growing media
Matthias Schellhorn, René Grove, Ralf Diedel, Claus-Peter Witte

Geological Survey of Finland – peat and peatland investigations Finland
Tuija Vähäkuopus, Matti Laatikainen, Janne Kivilompolo & Jukka Turunen

Anthropogenic and climatic signals and Holocene environmental history of the Bottomless Lake (Tăul Fără Fund) Sphagnum peat bog, Bǎgǎu, Romania
Tamás Zsolt Vári, Dávid Molnár, Pál Sümegi, Balázs Pál Sümegi, Tünde Törőcsik

The ‘Just Transition’ for Irish Peat Workers
Clare Profous

Peatland restoration in northern European countries - testing innovative techniques of peat forming vegetation in bare peat surface and water bodies
Leticia Jurema

Poster exhibition information: gerald.schmilewski@peatlands.org or bauerochse@dgmtev.de.

Poster format 84 x 120 cm (DIN A0)

Guidlines for abstracts

Main title (Calibri,14 point, bold, left-aligned)
Name(s) of author(s) (Calibri, 12 point, small caps, left-aligned)
1 Name of Department/Company, City, Country,
2 Name of Department/Company, City, Country,… (Calibri, 12 point, Italic, left-aligned)
e-mail of corresponding author (Calibri, 12 point, Italic, left-aligned)

Key words: max. five (Calibri, 12 point, left-aligned)
Text (Calibri, 12 point, left-alinged).

The abstract must be no longer than 300 words and should indicate the aims of the investigation, the main results and the conclusions. Figures, diagrams, tables, graphs and/or photos, as well as references are not allowed.