BiblioAlerte Décembre 2010

Publié le 01.12.2010 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres des revues

1. Boggs K, Klein SC, Grunblatt J, et al. Alpine and Subalpine Vegetation Chronosequences following Deglaciation in Coastal Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010 ;42(4):385-395.  

2. Dieser M, Greenwood M, Foreman CM. Carotenoid Pigmentation in Antarctic Heterotrophic Bacteria as a Strategy to Withstand Environmental Stresses. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010 ;42(4):396-405.  

3. Douhovnikoff V, Goldsmith GR, Tape KD, et al. Clonal Diversity in an Expanding Community of Arctic Salix spp. and a Model for Recruitment Modes of Arctic Plants. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010 ;42(4):406-411.  

4. Gould WA, González G, Walker DA, Ping C. Commentary. Integrating Research, Education, and Traditional Knowledge in Ecology : a Case Study of Biocomplexity in Arctic Ecosystems. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010 ;42(4):379-384.  

5. Hågvar S. Primary Succession of Springtails (Collembola) in a Norwegian Glacier Foreland. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010 ;42(4):422-429.  

6. Niels M. Schmidt, Claudia Baittinger, Johannes Kollmann, and Mads C. Forchhammer. Consistent Dendrochronological Response of the Dioecious Salix arctica to Variation in Local Snow Precipitation across Gender and Vegetation Types no access. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 42(4):471–475.  

7. Osborne TH, Jamieson HE, Hudson-Edwards KA, et al. Microbial oxidation of arsenite in a subarctic environment : diversity of arsenite oxidase genes and identification of a psychrotolerant arsenite oxidiser. BMC Microbiol. 2010 ;10:205.  

8. Markussen Bjorbaekmo MF, Carlsen T, Brysting A, et al. High diversity of root associated fungi in both alpine and arctic Dryas octopetala. BMC Plant Biol. 2010 ;10(1):244.  

9. Boucher O, Bastien C, Saint-Amour D, et al. P4-15 Using event-related potentials in the assessment of the neurotoxic effects of seafood contaminants in Inuit children from Arctic Quebec. Clinical Neurophysiology. 2010 ;121(Supplement 1):S124.  

10. González PM, Puntarulo S. Iron and nitrosative metabolism in the Antarctic mollusc Laternula elliptica. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C : Toxicology & Pharmacology. In Press, Uncorrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6W89-51HD70D-1/2/99d6b1b0598dd3366d736f1028c34ea8 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

11. Fritsen CH, Wirthlin ED, Momberg DK, Lewis MJ, Ackley SF. Bio-optical properties of Antarctic pack ice in the early austral spring. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51962S4-2/2/e9d15a75aaec3b5d0c4ac0e9aa13ff91 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

12. Kramer M, Swadling KM, Meiners KM, et al. Antarctic sympagic meiofauna in winter : Comparing diversity, abundance and biomass between perennially and seasonally ice-covered regions. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51BBKT9-1/2/63c8074a1177632a0af59d349021867c [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

13. Meiners KM, Norman L, Granskog MA, et al. Physico-ecobiogeochemistry of East Antarctic pack ice during the winter-spring transition. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51BNWRK-1/2/161ad2af01726e54e962718b73ca1bad [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

14. Mühlenhardt-Siegel U. Cumacean (Peracarida, Crustacea) endemism and faunal overlap in Antarctic deep-sea basins. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51962S4-1/2/5bc5986e0431d463bdc3c56907606fb2 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

15. Norman L, Thomas DN, Stedmon CA, et al. The characteristics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) and chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in Antarctic sea ice. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51962S4-3/2/aab994ac8523a513aa0f7860f788dbb3 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

16. O’Brien C, Virtue P, Kawaguchi S, Nichols P. Aspects of krill growth and condition during late winter-early spring off East Antarctica (110-130°E). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51D15SR-2/2/b2b5e4ad6d017c829d93c32a5830db99 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

17. Ozsoy-Cicek B, Kern S, Ackley SF, Xie H, Tekeli AE. Intercomparisons of Antarctic sea ice types from visual ship, RADARSAT-1 SAR, Envisat ASAR, QuikSCAT, and AMSR-E satellite observations in the Bellingshausen Sea. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51962S4-4/2/a4fc54b2104d5a237be5807e9f112d66 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

18. Toyota T, Haas C, Tamura T. Size distribution and shape properties of relatively small sea-ice floes in the Antarctic marginal ice zone in late winter. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51D15SR-1/2/632d5f17edaf72ef72ad0a71dc847b43 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

19. van der Merwe P, Lannuzel D, Bowie A, Mancuso Nichols C, Meiners K. Iron fractionation in pack and fast ice in East Antarctica : Temporal decoupling between the release of dissolved and particulate iron during spring melt. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51D15SR-3/2/558882f77d84790e2edf7ae9d78a9786 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

20. Venchiarutti C, van der Loeff MR, Stimac I. Scavenging of 231Pa and thorium isotopes based on dissolved and size-fractionated particulate distributions at Drake Passage (ANTXXIV-3). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51F25MG-1/2/1f4d7a0a3df41c4c04273545a50055fb [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

21. Weissling B, Lewis M, Ackley S. Sea-ice thickness and mass at Ice Station Belgica, Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51CVFWN-1/2/1672c48c9043159e6c104ad4fb2f600a [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

22. Williams G, Meijers A, Poole A, et al. Late winter oceanography off the Sabrina and BANZARE coast (117-128°E), East Antarctica. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51D7HSC-1/2/391c983eacaa646e3bb40c9094dfccd8 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

23. Xie H, Ackley S, Yi D, et al. Sea-ice thickness distribution of the Bellingshausen Sea from surface measurements and ICESat altimetry. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51D15SR-5/2/19be920bbce668f7967ef268fd376513 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

24. Boby LA, Schuur EAG, Mack MC, Verbyla D, Johnstone JF. Quantifying fire severity, carbon, and nitrogen emissions in Alaska’s boreal forest. Ecol Appl. 2010 ;20(6):1633-1647.  

25. Kangas K, Luoto M, Ihantola A, Tomppo E, Siikamäki P. Recreation-induced changes in boreal bird communities in protected areas. Ecol Appl. 2010 ;20(6):1775-1786.  

26. Hunter CM, Caswell H, Runge MC, et al. Climate change threatens polar bear populations : a stochastic demographic analysis. Ecology. 2010 ;91(10):2883-2897.  

27. Hammerschmidt CR, Fitzgerald WF. Iron-mediated photochemical decomposition of methylmercury in an arctic Alaskan lake. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010 ;44(16):6138-6143.  

28. von Waldow H, MacLeod M, Jones K, Scheringer M, Hungerbühler K. Remoteness from emission sources explains the fractionation pattern of polychlorinated biphenyls in the northern hemisphere. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010 ;44(16):6183-6188.  

29. Wu X, Lam JCW, Xia C, et al. Atmospheric HCH concentrations over the Marine Boundary Layer from Shanghai, China to the Arctic Ocean : role of human activity and climate change. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010 ;44(22):8422-8428.  

30. Coscia MR, Varriale S, Giacomelli S, Oreste U. Antarctic teleost immunoglobulins : More extreme, more interesting. Fish & Shellfish Immunology. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6WFN-51C4RT1-1/2/7589797b3fe7ec521cc3ac4d3cc302d8 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

31. McDowell RE, Amsler CD, McClintock JB, Baker BJ. The Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in Antiherbivore Defense along the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 2010 ;49(Supplement 1):S98.  

32. Bucolo P, Amsler CD, McClintock JB, Baker BJ. Palatability of the Antarctic rhodophyte Palmaria decipiens (Reinsch) RW Ricker and its endo/epiphyte Elachista antarctica Skottsberg to sympatric amphipods. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6T8F-51HJBN4-2/2/94a8b7035b6e8efdfa0370fc85d5cb61 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

33. Padin X, Castro C, Ríos A, Pérez F. Oceanic CO2 uptake and biogeochemical variability during the formation of the Eastern North Atlantic Central water under two contrasting NAO scenarios. Journal of Marine Systems. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VF5-51BNWS1-1/2/3782c93acd99849016ab0df322e6f3ad [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

34. Brosnan IG. The diminishing age gap between polar cruisers and their ships : A new reason to codify the IMO Guidelines for ships operating in polar waters and make them mandatory ? Marine Policy. 2011 ;35(2):261-265.  

35. Odevskaia IM. [Role of birds in the epizootology of trichinosis in arctic marine mammals]. Med Parazitol (Mosk). 2010 ;(3):32-37.  

36. Butler AJ, Rees T, Beesley P, Bax NJ. Marine biodiversity in the Australian region. PLoS ONE. 2010 ;5(8):e11831.  

37. Griffiths HJ. Antarctic marine biodiversity—what do we know about the distribution of life in the Southern Ocean ? PLoS ONE. 2010 ;5(8):e11683.  

38. Moran AL, Woods HA. Limits to diffusive O2 transport : flow, form, and function in nudibranch egg masses from temperate and polar regions. PLoS ONE. 2010 ;5(8):e12113.  

39. Thrush SF, Hewitt JE, Cummings VJ, Norkko A, Chiantore M. beta-diversity and species accumulation in antarctic coastal benthos : influence of habitat, distance and productivity on ecological connectivity. PLoS ONE. 2010 ;5(7):e11899.  

40. Barrera-Oro ER, Lagger C. Egg-guarding behaviour in the Antarctic bathydraconid dragonfish Parachaenichthys charcoti. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1585-1587.  

41. Benoit D, Simard Y, Gagné J, Geoffroy M, Fortier L. From polar night to midnight sun : photoperiod, seal predation, and the diel vertical migrations of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) under landfast ice in the Arctic Ocean. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1505-1520.  

42. Cefarelli AO, Ferrario ME, Almandoz GO, et al. Diversity of the diatom genus Fragilariopsis in the Argentine Sea and Antarctic waters : morphology, distribution and abundance. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1463-1484.  

43. Crisafi E, Azzaro M, Lo Giudice A, et al. Microbiological characterization of a semi-enclosed sub-Antarctic environment : the Straits of Magellan. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1485-1504.  

44. Demarchi M, Chiappero MB, Tatián M, Sahade R. Population genetic structure of the Antarctic ascidian Aplidium falklandicum from Scotia Arc and South Shetland Islands. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1567-1576.  

45. McMinn A, Martin A, Ryan K. Phytoplankton and sea ice algal biomass and physiology during the transition between winter and spring (McMurdo Sound, Antarctica). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1547-1556.  

46. Michalik A, Noordwijk HJ, Brickle P, Eggers T, Quillfeldt P. The diet of the Imperial Shag Phalacrocorax atriceps at a colony on New Island, Falkland/Malvinas Islands combining different sampling techniques. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1537-1546.  

47. Piiparinen J, Kuosa H, Rintala J. Winter-time ecology in the Bothnian Bay, Baltic Sea : nutrients and algae in fast ice. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1445-1461.  

48. Piquet AM, Scheepens JF, Bolhuis H, Wiencke C, Buma AGJ. Variability of protistan and bacterial communities in two Arctic fjords (Spitsbergen). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1521-1536.  

49. Pitman RL, Durban JW. Killer whale predation on penguins in Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1589-1594.  

50. Sato-Okoshi W, Okoshi K, Sasaki H, Akiha F. Shell structure of two polar pelagic molluscs, Arctic Limacina helicina and Antarctic Limacina helicina antarctica forma antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1577-1583.  

51. Töpper B, Larsen A, Thingstad TF, Thyrhaug R, Sandaa R. Bacterial community composition in an Arctic phytoplankton mesocosm bloom : the impact of silicate and glucose. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(11):1557-1565.  

52. Angell AC, Parkins JR. Resource development and aboriginal culture in the Canadian north. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):67-79.  

53. Avango D, Hacquebord L, Aalders Y, et al. Between markets and geo-politics : natural resource exploitation on Spitsbergen from 1600 to the present day. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):29-39.  

54. Gan I. ‘The first practical Soviet steps towards getting a foothold in the Antarctic’ : the Soviet Antarctic whaling flotilla Slava. Polar Record. 2009 ;47(01):21-28.  

55. Grimaldi W, Jabour J, Woehler EJ. Considerations for minimising the spread of infectious disease in Antarctic seabirds and seals. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):56-66.  

56. Hoyme HW, Meyer-Rochow VB. Reasons and frequency of visits to the ship’s doctor by passengers and crew members of cruise ships in polar waters. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):80-85.  

57. Kjær K. Serial slaughter : the development of the north Norwegian sealing fleet : 1859–1909. Polar Record. 2009 ;47(01):1-20.  

58. Maher PT, Lemelin RH. Northern exposure : opportunities and challenges for tourism development in Torngat Mountains National Park, Labrador, Canada. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):40-45.  

59. Ryan PG, Glass N, Ronconi RA. The plants and birds of Stoltenhoff and Middle Islands, Tristan da Cunha. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):86-89.  

60. Stein GM. The Antarctic Treaty summit medal. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):89-90.  

61. Tvedt MW. Patent law and bioprospecting in Antarctica. Polar Record. 2010 ;47(01):46-55.  

62. Mikkelsen DM, Witkowski A. Melting sea ice for taxonomic analysis : a comparison of four melting procedures. Polar Research. 2010 ;29(3):451-454.  

63. Barcan VS. Stability of palsa at the southern margin of its distribution on the Kola Peninsula. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):489-495.  

64. Dyar M, Glotch T, Lane M, et al. Spectroscopy of Yamato 984028. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):530-549.  

65. Gnaneshwar P, Shivaji A, Srinivas Y, Jettaiah P, Sundararajan N. Very-low-frequency electromagnetic (VLF-EM) measurements in the Schirmacheroasen area, East Antarctica. Polar Science. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B8H11-51HD749-1/2/39ae1e294007908d43c8dcd58b3a91bd [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

66. Gwal A, Jain A. GPS scintillation studies in the arctic region during the first winter-phase 2008 Indian Arctic Expedition. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):574-587.  

67. Inoue T, Kudoh S, Inoue M, Uchida M, Kanda H. Three lecideoid lichens new to Svalbard, Norway. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):588-592.  

68. La Scala Junior N, de S ? Mendon ?a E, Vanir de Souza J, et al. Spatial and temporal variability in soil CO2-C emissions and relation to soil temperature at King George Island, maritime Antarctica. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):479-487.  

69. Nakamura K, Doi K, Shibuya K. Fluctuations in the flow velocity of the Antarctic Shirase Glacier over an 11-year period. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):443-455.  

70. Nedzarek A, Pociecha A. Limnological characterization of freshwater systems of the Thomas Point Oasis (Admiralty Bay, King George Island, West Antarctica). Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):457-467.  

71. Niihara T, Imae N, Misawa K, Kojima H. Petrology and mineralogy of the shock-melted H chondrites Yamato-791088 and LaPaz Ice Field 02240. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):558-573.  

72. Ozaki M, Yagitani S, Nagano I, et al. Simultaneous ground-based and satellite observations of natural VLF waves in Antarctica : A case study of downward ionospheric penetration of whistler-mode waves. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):431-441.  

73. Ozawa S, Miyahara M, Ohtani E, Kimura M, Ito Y. Petrography of Yamato 984028 lherzolitic shergottite and its melt vein : Implications for its shock metamorphism and origin of the vein. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):550-557.  

74. Riches AJ, Liu Y, Day JM, et al. Petrology and geochemistry of Yamato 984028 : a cumulate lherzolitic shergottite with affinities to Y 000027, Y 000047, and Y 000097. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):497-514.  

75. Shih C, Nyquist L, Reese Y, Misawa K. Sm-Nd and Rb-Sr studies of lherzolitic shergottite Yamato 984028. Polar Science. 2011 ;4(4):515-529.  

76. Volkov R, Kozeretska I, Kyryachenko S, et al. Molecular evolution and variability of ITS1-ITS2 in populations of Deschampsia antarctica from two regions of the maritime Antarctic. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(3):469-478.  

77. Hughes S, Graether SP. Cryoprotective mechanism of a small intrinsically disordered dehydrin protein. Protein Sci. 2010. Available at : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21031484 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

78. Miller Mifflin T, Bzdell M. Development of a physiotherapy prioritization tool in the Baffin Region of Nunavut : a remote, under-serviced area in the Canadian Arctic. Rural Remote Health. 2010 ;10(2):1466.  

79. Stokstad E. Fisheries. Behind the eco-label, a debate over Antarctic toothfish. Science. 2010 ;329(5999):1596-1597.  

80. Arenz B, Blanchette R. Distribution and abundance of soil fungi in Antarctica at sites on the Peninsula, Ross Sea Region and McMurdo Dry Valleys. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-51F28JW-1/2/ca8f7f278dac04b5f8943cccfbf8de67 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

81. Makkonen M, Berg MP, van Hal JR, et al. Traits explain the responses of a subarctic Collembola community to climate manipulation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Uncorrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-51H739Y-2/2/ce54aa5cb713574a89f256395c8ad544 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

82. McMahon SK, Wallenstein MD, Schimel JP. A cross-seasonal comparison of active and total bacterial community composition in Arctic tundra soil using bromodeoxyuridine labeling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-51BP0G5-3/2/2498089c953ebde9628a470e5017fe42 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].  

83. Borley KA, Beers JM, Sidell BD. Phenylhydrazine-induced anemia causes nitric-oxide-mediated upregulation of the angiogenic pathway in Notothenia coriiceps. J. Exp. Biol. 2010 ;213(Pt 16):2865-2872.  

84. Klinck H, Mellinger DK, Klinck K, et al. Long-range underwater vocalizations of the crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga). J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 2010 ;128(1):474-479.  

85. Arctic narwhals reveal climate-model errors. The New Scientist. 2010 ;208(2785):17.  

86. Haapala JK, Mörsky SK, Saarnio S, et al. Long-term effects of elevated UV-B radiation on photosynthesis and ultrastructure of Eriophorum russeolum and Warnstorfia exannulata. Sci Total Environ. 2010. Available at : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21062664 [Accédé Novembre 30, 2010].