BiblioAlerte Avril 2012

Publié le 02.05.2012 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres de revues :

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Icardo, J. M. Collagen and elastin histochemistry of the teleost bulbus arteriosus : False positives. Acta Histochemica doi:10.1016/j.acthis.2012.03.002
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Remy, F., Flament, T., Blarel, F. & Benveniste, J. Radar altimetry measurements over antarctic ice sheet : a focus on antenna polarization and change in backscatter problems. Advances in Space Research doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.04.003
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Aislabie, J. et al. Microbial biomass and community structure changes along a soil development chronosequence near Lake Wellman, southern Victoria Land. Antarctic Science 24, 154–164 (2012).
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Antibus, D. E., Leff, L. G., Hall, B. L., Baeseman, J. L. & Blackwood, C. B. Molecular characterization of ancient algal mats from the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 139–146 (2012).
5.
Barletta, R. E. Raman analysis of blue ice tephra : an approach to tephrachronological dating of ice cores. Antarctic Science 24, 202–208 (2012).
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Bilyk, K. T. & Devries, A. L. Heat tolerance of the secondarily temperate Antarctic notothenioid, Notothenia angustata. Antarctic Science 24, 165–172 (2012).
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Hansson, L.-A., Hylander, S., Dartnall, H. J. G., Lidström, S. & Svensson, J.-E. High zooplankton diversity in the extreme environments of the McMurdo Dry Valley lakes, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 131–138 (2012).
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Hawes, T. c., Marshall, C. j. & Wharton, D. a. Ultraviolet radiation tolerance of the Antarctic springtail, Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni. Antarctic Science 24, 147–153 (2012).
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Nigro, M. A., Cassano, J. J. & Knuth, S. L. Evaluation of Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System (AMPS) cyclone forecasts using infrared satellite imagery. Antarctic Science 24, 183–192 (2012).
10.
Pedrera, A. et al. The fracture system and the melt emplacement beneath the Deception Island active volcano, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 173–182 (2012).
11.
Vidal, J., Berrocoso, M. & Fernández-Ros, A. Study of tides and sea levels at Deception and Livingston islands, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 193–201 (2012).
12.
Webster-Brown, J., Hawes, I., Safi, K., Sorrell, B. & Wilson, N. Summer–winter transitions in Antarctic ponds : III. Chemical changes. Antarctic Science 24, 121–130 (2012).
13.
Grasby, S. E., Chen, Z. & Dewing, K. Formation water geochemistry of the Sverdrup Basin : Implications for hydrocarbon development in the High Arctic. Applied Geochemistry doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.04.001
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Gunnarsson, S. et al. Enhanced growth of farmed Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) following a short-day photoperiod. Aquaculture doi:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2012.04.014
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Forcada, J. et al. Responses of Antarctic pack-ice seals to environmental change and increasing krill fishing. Biological Conservation 149, 40–50 (2012).
16.
Ims, R. A. & Henden, J.-A. Collapse of an arctic bird community resulting from ungulate-induced loss of erect shrubs. Biological Conservation 149, 2–5 (2012).
17.
Knott, K. K., Boyd, D., Ylitalo, G. M. & O’Hara, T. M. Lactational transfer of mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls in polar bears. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2012.02.053
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Lindh, C. H. et al. Blood serum concentrations of perfluorinated compounds in men from Greenlandic Inuit and European populations. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2012.03.049
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Feng, S. et al. Evaluating observed and projected future climate changes for the Arctic using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification. Climate Dynamics 38, 1359–1373 (2012).
20.
Jeong, J.-H. et al. Greening in the circumpolar high-latitude may amplify warming in the growing season. Climate Dynamics 38, 1421–1431 (2012).
21.
Mudelsee, M. A proxy record of winter temperatures since 1836 from ice freeze-up/breakup in lake Näsijärvi, Finland. Climate Dynamics 38, 1413–1420 (2012).
22.
Jones, K. A. et al. Detection of differences in sea ice crystal structure using cross-borehole DC resistivity tomography. Cold Regions Science and Technology 78, 40–45 (2012).
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Clement Kinney, J. & Maslowski, W. On the oceanic communication between the Western Subarctic Gyre and the deep Bering Sea. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.04.001
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van Aken, H. M. & Femke de Jong, M. Hydrographic variability of Denmark strait overflow water near cape farewell with multi-decadal to weekly time scales. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.04.004
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Mizobata, K. & Shimada, K. East-west asymmetry in surface mixed layer and ocean heat content in the Pacific sector of the Arctic Ocean derived from AMSR-E sea surface temperature. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.04.005
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Nghiem, S. V., Clemente-Colón, P., Rigor, I. G., Hall, D. K. & Neumann, G. Seafloor control on sea ice. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.04.004
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Christianson, K., Jacobel, R. W., Horgan, H. J., Anandakrishnan, S. & Alley, R. B. Subglacial Lake Whillans — Ice-penetrating radar and GPS observations of a shallow active reservoir beneath a West Antarctic ice stream. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 331–332, 237–245 (2012).
28.
Carscallen, W. M. A. & Romanuk, T. N. Structure and robustness to species loss in Arctic and Antarctic ice-shelf meta-ecosystem webs. Ecological Modelling doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.03.027
29.
Stevenson, W. R., 3rd Science, the South Pole, and the Japanese expedition of 1910-1912. Endeavour 35, 160–168 (2011).
30.
Gaden, A. et al. Western Canadian Arctic Ringed Seal Organic Contaminant Trends in Relation to Sea Ice Break-Up. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 4427–4433 (2012).
31.
Turgeon O’Brien, H. et al. Exposure to Toxic Metals and Persistent Organic Pollutants in Inuit Children Attending Childcare Centers in Nunavik, Canada. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 4614–4623 (2012).
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Emelyanova, A. & Rautio, A. Aging population of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region. European Geriatric Medicine doi:10.1016/j.eurger.2012.03.005
33.
Jurelevicius, D., Cotta, S. R., Peixoto, R., Rosado, A. S. & Seldin, L. Distribution of alkane-degrading bacterial communities in soils from King George Island, Maritime Antarctic. European Journal of Soil Biology 51, 37–44 (2012).
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Skjæraasen, J. E. et al. Size-, energy- and stage-dependent fecundity and the occurrence of atresia in the Northeast Arctic haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus. Fisheries Research doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2012.04.003
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Eiserbeck, C., Nelson, R. K., Grice, K., Curiale, J. & Reddy, C. M. Comparison of GC-MS, GC-MRM-MS, and GC×GC to characterise higher plant biomarkers in Tertiary oils and rock extracts. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta doi:10.1016/j.gca.2012.03.033
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Chong, C. W., Pearce, D. A., Convey, P., Yew, W. C. & Tan, I. K. P. Patterns in the distribution of soil bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences from different regions of Antarctica. Geoderma 181–182, 45–55 (2012).
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Carmack, E. C., Williams, W. J., Zimmermann, S. L. & McLaughlin, F. A. The Arctic Ocean warms from below. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
38.
Chaput, J. A., Zandomeneghi, D., Aster, R. C., Knox, H. & Kyle, P. R. Imaging of Erebus volcano using body wave seismic interferometry of Strombolian eruption coda. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Danielson, S., Hedstrom, K., Aagaard, K., Weingartner, T. & Curchitser, E. Wind-induced reorganization of the Bering shelf circulation. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Mathis, J. T. et al. Storm-induced upwelling of high       p       CO       2       waters onto the continental shelf of the western Arctic Ocean and implications for carbonate mineral saturation states. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
41.
Moore, G. W. K. & Pickart, R. S. Northern Bering Sea tip jets. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
42.
Notz, D. & Marotzke, J. Observations reveal external driver for Arctic sea-ice retreat. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
43.
Perovich, D. K. & Polashenski, C. Albedo evolution of seasonal Arctic sea ice. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
44.
Rossby, T. & Flagg, C. N. Direct measurement of volume flux in the Faroe-Shetland Channel and over the Iceland-Faroe Ridge. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Tanaka, T., Yasuda, I., Kuma, K. & Nishioka, J. Vertical turbulent iron flux sustains the Green Belt along the shelf break in the southeastern Bering Sea. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Weigelt, E., Uenzelmann-Neben, G., Gohl, K. & Larter, R. D. Did massive glacial dewatering modify sedimentary structures on the Amundsen Sea Embayment shelf, West Antarctica ? Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.04.006
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Knapp, J. et al. Echinococcus multilocularis in Svalbard, Norway : Microsatellite genotyping to investigate the origin of a highly focal contamination. Infection, Genetics and Evolution doi:10.1016/j.meegid.2012.03.008
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Bojesen-Koefoed, J. A., Kalkreuth, W., Petersen, H. I. & Piasecki, S. A remote coal deposit revisited : Middle Jurassic coals at Kulhøj, western Germania Land, northeast Greenland. International Journal of Coal Geology doi:10.1016/j.coal.2012.04.006
49.
Chevallier, M. & Salas-Mélia, D. The Role of Sea Ice Thickness Distribution in the Arctic Sea Ice Potential Predictability : A Diagnostic Approach with a Coupled GCM. Journal of Climate 25, 3025–3038 (2012).
50.
de Boer, G. et al. A Characterization of the Present-Day Arctic Atmosphere in CCSM4. Journal of Climate 25, 2676–2695 (2012).
51.
Huang, Y., Siems, S. T., Manton, M. J., Hande, L. B. & Haynes, J. M. The Structure of Low-Altitude Clouds over the Southern Ocean as Seen by       CloudSat. Journal of Climate 25, 2535–2546 (2012).
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Inoue, J., Hori, M. E. & Takaya, K. The Role of Barents Sea Ice in the Wintertime Cyclone Track and Emergence of a Warm-Arctic Cold-Siberian Anomaly. Journal of Climate 25, 2561–2568 (2012).
53.
Langehaug, H. R., Medhaug, I., Eldevik, T. & Otterå, O. H. Arctic/Atlantic Exchanges via the Subpolar Gyre*. Journal of Climate 25, 2421–2439 (2012).
54.
Mazloff, M. R. On the Sensitivity of the Drake Passage Transport to Air–Sea Momentum Flux. Journal of Climate 25, 2279–2290 (2012).
55.
Vavrus, S. J., Holland, M. M., Jahn, A., Bailey, D. A. & Blazey, B. A. Twenty-First-Century Arctic Climate Change in CCSM4. Journal of Climate 25, 2696–2710 (2012).
56.
Weijer, W. et al. The Southern Ocean and Its Climate in CCSM4. Journal of Climate 25, 2652–2675 (2012).
57.
Zib, B. J., Dong, X., Xi, B. & Kennedy, A. Evaluation and Intercomparison of Cloud Fraction and Radiative Fluxes in Recent Reanalyses over the Arctic Using BSRN Surface Observations. Journal of Climate 25, 2291–2305 (2012).
58.
Bauch, D. et al. Impact of Siberian coastal polynyas on shelf-derived Arctic Ocean halocline waters. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
59.
Benze, S. et al. On the onset of polar mesospheric cloud seasons as observed by SBUV. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
60.
Darnis, G. & Fortier, L. Zooplankton respiration and the export of carbon at depth in the Amundsen Gulf (Arctic Ocean). Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
61.
Edwards, B. et al. Interactions between lava and snow/ice during the 2010 Fimmvörðuháls eruption, south-central Iceland. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
62.
Else, B. G. T. et al. Annual cycles of       p       CO                2        sw               in the southeastern Beaufort Sea : New understandings of air-sea CO       2       exchange in arctic polynya regions. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
63.
Fogt, R. L., Wovrosh, A. J., Langen, R. A. & Simmonds, I. The characteristic variability and connection to the underlying synoptic activity of the Amundsen-Bellingshausen Seas Low. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
64.
Funck, T., Gohl, K., Damm, V. & Heyde, I. Tectonic evolution of southern Baffin Bay and Davis Strait : Results from a seismic refraction transect between Canada and Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
65.
Gac, S., Huismans, R. S., Podladchikov, Y. Y. & Faleide, J. I. On the origin of the ultradeep East Barents Sea basin. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
66.
Glocer, A., Kitamura, N., Toth, G. & Gombosi, T. Modeling solar zenith angle effects on the polar wind. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 12 PP. (2012).
67.
Hall, C. M., Dyrland, M. E., Tsutsumi, M. & Mulligan, F. J. Temperature trends at 90 km over Svalbard, Norway (78°N 16°E), seen in one decade of meteor radar observations. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
68.
Johnson, B. et al. In situ observations of volcanic ash clouds from the FAAM aircraft during the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull in 2010. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 26 PP. (2012).
69.
Jones, M. C., Grosse, G., Jones, B. M. & Walter Anthony, K. Peat accumulation in drained thermokarst lake basins in continuous, ice-rich permafrost, northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
70.
Kerbrat, M., Legrand, M., Preunkert, S., Gallée, H. & Kleffmann, J. Nitrous acid at Concordia (inland site) and Dumont d’Urville (coastal site), East Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
71.
Klunder, M. B., Laan, P., Middag, R., de Baar, H. J. W. & Bakker, K. Dissolved iron in the Arctic Ocean : Important role of hydrothermal sources, shelf input and scavenging removal. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
72.
Lance, V. P. et al. Primary productivity, new productivity, and their relation to carbon flux during two Southern Ocean Gas Exchange tracer experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
73.
Larour, E. et al. Sensitivity Analysis of Pine Island Glacier ice flow using ISSM and DAKOTA. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
74.
Lee, S. H. et al. Phytoplankton production from melting ponds on Arctic sea ice. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
75.
Lu, X. & Zhuang, Q. Modeling methane emissions from the Alaskan Yukon River basin, 1986–2005, by coupling a large-scale hydrological model and a process-based methane model. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Lund, M. et al. Trends in CO       2       exchange in a high Arctic tundra heath, 2000–2010. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Mårtensson, S., Meier, H. E. M., Pemberton, P. & Haapala, J. Ridged sea ice characteristics in the Arctic from a coupled multicategory sea ice model. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Muscari, G. et al. Strato-mesospheric ozone measurements using ground-based millimeter-wave spectroscopy at Thule, Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
79.
Nomura, D. et al. Direct measurements of DMS flux from Antarctic fast sea ice to the atmosphere by a chamber technique. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
80.
Oltmans, S. J., Johnson, B. J. & Harris, J. M. Springtime boundary layer ozone depletion at Barrow, Alaska : Meteorological influence, year-to-year variation, and long-term change. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
81.
Overduin, P. P. et al. Geoelectric observations of the degradation of nearshore submarine permafrost at Barrow (Alaskan Beaufort Sea). Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
82.
Richter, K., Segtnan, O. H. & Furevik, T. Variability of the Atlantic inflow to the Nordic Seas and its causes inferred from observations of sea surface height. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
83.
Senior, A., Rietveld, M. T., Yeoman, T. K. & Kosch, M. J. The dependence of F-region electron heating on HF radio pump power : Measurements at EISCAT Tromsø. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 11 PP. (2012).
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Stephenson, G. R., Gille, S. T. & Sprintall, J. Seasonal variability of upper ocean heat content in Drake Passage. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
85.
Wu, D. L. & Lee, J. N. Arctic low cloud changes as observed by MISR and CALIOP : Implication for the enhanced autumnal warming and sea ice loss. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
86.
Zdanowicz, C. et al. Summer melt rates on Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island : Past and recent trends and implications for regional climate. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
87.
Zhurbas, V. et al. Structure of unsteady overflow in the S ?upsk Furrow of the Baltic Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
88.
Murphy, E. J. et al. Comparison of the structure and function of Southern Ocean regional ecosystems : the Antarctic Peninsula and South Georgia. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.03.011
89.
Paulic, J. E. & Papst, M. H. Larval and early juvenile fish distribution and assemblage structure in the Canadian Beaufort Sea during July–August, 2005. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.03.006
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Walkusz, W., Majewski, A. & Reist, J. D. Distribution and diet of the bottom dwelling Arctic cod in the Canadian Beaufort Sea. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.04.004
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Ha, S.-Y. et al. Production of Mycosporine-like amino acids of in situ phytoplankton community in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard, Arctic. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B : Biology doi:10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2012.03.011
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Szilas, K. et al. Origin of Mesoarchaean arc-related rocks with boninite/komatiite affinities from southern West Greenland. Lithos 144–145, 24–39 (2012).
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Dettai, A. et al. Tracking the elusive monophyly of nototheniid fishes (Teleostei) with multiple mitochondrial and nuclear markers. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.02.003
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Poirier, R. K., Cronin, T. M., Briggs Jr., W. M. & Lockwood, R. Central Arctic paleoceanography for the last 50 kyr based on ostracode faunal assemblages. Marine Micropaleontology 88–89, 65–76 (2012).
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Bjørndal, B. et al. Krill powder increases liver lipid catabolism and reduces glucose mobilization in tumor necrosis factor-alpha transgenic mice fed a high-fat diet. Metabolism doi:10.1016/j.metabol.2012.03.012
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Pritchard, H. D. et al. Antarctic ice-sheet loss driven by basal melting of ice shelves. Nature 484, 502–505 (2012).
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Uotila, P., O’Farrell, S., Marsland, S. J. & Bi, D. A sea-ice sensitivity study with a global ocean-ice model. Ocean Modelling doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2012.04.002
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Bridoux, M. C., Annenkovb, V. V., Keil, R. G. & Ingalls, A. E. Widespread distribution and molecular diversity of diatom frustule bound aliphatic long chain polyamines (LCPAs) in marine sediments. Organic Geochemistry doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2012.04.002
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Barke, J. et al. Coeval Eocene blooms of the freshwater fern Azolla in and around Arctic and Nordic seas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.04.002
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Seidenkrantz, M.-S. et al. Early Holocene large-scale meltwater discharge from Greenland documented by foraminifera and sediment parameters. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.04.006
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Allan Green, T., Brabyn, L., Beard, C. & Sancho, L. Extremely low lichen growth rates in Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, continental Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 535–541 (2012).
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Andersen, M., Derocher, A., Wiig, Ø. & Aars, J. Polar bear (&lt ;i&gt ;Ursus maritimus&lt ;/i&gt ;) maternity den distribution in Svalbard, Norway. Polar Biology 35, 499–508 (2012).
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Daneri, G., Carlini, A., Negri, A., Allcock, A. & Corbalán, A. Predation on cephalopods by Weddell seals, &lt ;i&gt ;Leptonychotes weddellii&lt ;/i&gt ;, at Hope Bay, Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 35, 585–592 (2012).
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Dvoretsky, A. Epibionts of the great spider crab, &lt ;i&gt ;Hyas araneus&lt ;/i&gt ; (Linnaeus, 1758), in the Barents Sea. Polar Biology 35, 625–631 (2012).
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Friedland, K. & Todd, C. Changes in Northwest Atlantic Arctic and Subarctic conditions and the growth response of Atlantic salmon. Polar Biology 35, 593–609 (2012).
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Hillyard, G. & Clark, M. RNA preservation of Antarctic marine invertebrates. Polar Biology 35, 633–636 (2012).
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Hondolero, D., Bluhm, B. & Iken, K. Caloric content of dominant benthic species from the northern Bering and Chukchi Seas : historical comparisons and the effects of preservation. Polar Biology 35, 637–644 (2012).
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Lalouette, L., Williams, C., Cottin, M., Sinclair, B. & Renault, D. Thermal biology of the alien ground beetle &lt ;i&gt ;Merizodus soledadinus&lt ;/i&gt ; introduced to the Kerguelen Islands. Polar Biology 35, 509–517 (2012).
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Ledoux, J.-B. et al. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure in the brooding sea urchin &lt ;i&gt ;Abatus cordatus&lt ;/i&gt ; suggests vulnerability of the Southern Ocean marine invertebrates facing global change. Polar Biology 35, 611–623 (2012).
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Paterson, H. & Laybourn-Parry, J. Antarctic sea ice viral dynamics over an annual cycle. Polar Biology 35, 491–497 (2012).
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Peeters, K. et al. Heterotrophic bacterial diversity in aquatic microbial mat communities from Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 543–554 (2012).
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Rao, S. et al. Low-diversity fungal assemblage in an Antarctic Dry Valleys soil. Polar Biology 35, 567–574 (2012).
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Singh, P. & Singh, S. Characterization of yeast and filamentous fungi isolated from cryoconite holes of Svalbard, Arctic. Polar Biology 35, 575–583 (2012).
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Sørensen, N., Daugbjerg, N. & Gabrielsen, T. Molecular diversity and temporal variation of picoeukaryotes in two Arctic fjords, Svalbard. Polar Biology 35, 519–533 (2012).
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Symons, C., Arnott, S. & Sweetman, J. Nutrient limitation of phytoplankton communities in Subarctic lakes and ponds in Wapusk National Park, Canada. Polar Biology 35, 481–489 (2012).
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Wessels, H., Karsten, U., Wiencke, C. & Hagen, W. On the potential of fatty acids as trophic markers in Arctic grazers : feeding experiments with sea urchins and amphipods fed nine diets of macroalgae. Polar Biology 35, 555–565 (2012).
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Ann Savours (Mrs A.M. Shirley), null Plasmon. Polar Record 48, 198 (2012).
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Baker, F. w. g. CO2 and Pourquoi-Pas ? Polar Record 48, 198 (2012).
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Barr, W. Gyrfalcons to Germany : Herdemerten’s expedition to west Greenland, 1938. Polar Record 48, 113–122 (2012).
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Dunlap, K. L. et al. Selected plasma fatty acid levels in subsistence fed sled dogs along the Yukon River : a pilot study for biomonitoring. Polar Record 48, 177–183 (2012).
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Guly, H. r. ‘Polar anaemia’ : cardiac failure during the heroic age of Antarctic exploration. Polar Record 48, 157–164 (2012).
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Hansen, T. Additional documents and survey on the Franklin sites of Beechey Island, Nunavut, Canada : addendum. Polar Record 48, 195–196 (2012).
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Headland, R. K. History of exotic terrestrial mammals in Antarctic regions : a further note. Polar Record 48, 144 (2012).
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Headland, R. K. History of exotic terrestrial mammals in Antarctic regions. Polar Record 48, 123–144 (2012).
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Hooper, M. ‘One cannot help liking them’ : Terra Nova meets Fram. Polar Record 48, 184–191 (2012).
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Loy, W. Present state of the Belgica project. Polar Record 48, 195 (2012).
127.
Powell, R. B., Brownlee, M. T. J., Kellert, S. R. & Ham, S. H. From awe to satisfaction : immediate affective responses to the Antarctic tourism experience. Polar Record 48, 145–156 (2012).
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Quilty, P. G. & Winter, G. Robert Falcon Scott : a Tasmanian connection. Polar Record 48, 192–194 (2012).
129.
Schwarzenbach, F. H. An historical document. Botanical observations on the Penny Highlands of Baffin Island. Polar Record 48, 196–197 (2012).
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Ward, C. & Wheeler, D. Hudson’s Bay Company ship’s logbooks : a source of far North Atlantic weather data. Polar Record 48, 165–176 (2012).
131.
Alexeev, D. K. & Galtsova, V. V. Effect of radioactive pollution on the biodiversity of marine benthic ecosystems of the Russian Arctic shelf. Polar Science doi:10.1016/j.polar.2012.04.001
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Shrivastava, P. K., Asthana, R., Roy, S. K., Swain, A. K. & Dharwadkar, A. Provenance and depositional environment of epi-shelf lake sediment from Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica, vis-à-vis scanning electron microscopy of quartz grain, size distribution and chemical parameters. Polar Science doi:10.1016/j.polar.2012.03.006
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Tanaka, H. L., Yamagami, A. & Takahashi, S. The structure and behavior of the arctic cyclone in summer analyzed by the JRA-25/JCDAS data. Polar Science doi:10.1016/j.polar.2012.03.001
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Kolb, J., Kokfelt, T. F. & Dziggel, A. Geodynamic setting and deformation history of an Archaean terrane at mid-crustal level : the Tasiusarsuaq terrane of southern West Greenland. Precambrian Research doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2012.04.010
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Szilas, K. et al. Complex calc-alkaline volcanism recorded in Mesoarchaean supracrustal belts north of Frederikshåbs Isblink, southern West Greenland : implications for subduction zone processes in the early Earth. Precambrian Research doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2012.03.013
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Hanifah, N. A. & Hashim, R. The Madrid Protocol 1991 and its Environmental Impacts towards the Quality of Life. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 35, 398–403 (2012).
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