BiblioAlerte Décembre 2011

Publié le 28.12.2011 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres de revues

1.
O.V., K. « Priest’s Staff » from Fort Nadym of the 16th–17th Centuries. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 39, 104-112 (2011).
2.
Apollonio, S. & Townsend, D.W. Over-Winter Oceanographic Profiles in Jones Sound, Canadian Arctic Archipelago, November 1961 – June 1962 : Temperature, Salinity, Oxygen, and Nutrients. ARCTIC 64, 413–420 (2011).
3.
Burn, C.R. & Hattendorf, J.B. Toponymy of Herschel Island (Qikiqtaryuk), Western Arctic Coast, Canada. ARCTIC 64, 459–464 (2011).
4.
Erlinge, S. et al. Lemming–Food Plant Interactions, Density Effects, and Cyclic Dynamics on the Siberian Tundra. ARCTIC 64, 421–428 (2011).
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Huntington, H.P., Gearheard, S., Mahoney, A.R. & Salomon, A.K. Integrating Traditional and Scientific Knowledge through Collaborative Natural Science Field Research : Identifying Elements for Success. ARCTIC 64, 437–445 (2011).
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Klein, D.R. & Sowls, A. History of Polar Bears as Summer Residents on the St. Matthew Islands, Bering Sea. ARCTIC 64, 429–436 (2011).
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Mahoney, A.R., Bockstoce, J.R., Botkin, D.B., Eicken, H. & Nisbet, R.A. Sea-Ice Distribution in the Bering and Chukchi Seas : Information from Historical Whaleships’ Logbooks and Journals. ARCTIC 64, 465–477 (2011).
8.
Mamet, S.D. & Kershaw, G.P. Radial-Growth Response of Forest-Tundra Trees to Climate in the Western Hudson Bay Lowlands. ARCTIC 64, 446–458 (2011).
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O’Brien, W.J. & Luecke, C. Zooplankton Community Structure in Arctic Ponds : Shifts Related to Pond Size. ARCTIC 64, 483–487 (2011).
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Stein, G.M. An Arctic Execution : Private Charles B. Henry of the United States Lady Franklin Bay Expedition 1881–84. ARCTIC 64, 399–412 (2011).
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Stirling, I. & Ross, J.E. Observations of Cannibalism by Polar Bears ( Ursus maritimus ) on Summer and Autumn Sea Ice at Svalbard, Norway. ARCTIC 64, 478–482 (2011).
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Finstad, G.L. & Kielland, K. Landscape Variation in the Diet and Productivity of Reindeer in Alaska Based on Stable Isotope Analyses. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43, 543-554 (2011).
13.
Kharuk, V.I., Dvinskaya, M.L., Im, S.T. & Ranson, K.J. The Potential Impact of CO2 and Air Temperature Increases on Krummholz Transformation into Arborescent Form in the Southern Siberian Mountains. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43, 593-600 (2011).
14.
Moulton, C.A. & Gough, L. Effects of Soil Nutrient Availability on the Role of Sexual Reproduction in an Alaskan Tundra Plant Community. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43, 612-620 (2011).
15.
Roof, S. & Werner, A. Indirect Growth Curves Remain the Best Choice for Lichenometry : Evidence from Directly Measured Growth Rates from Svalbard. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43, 621-631 (2011).
16.
Wada, T., Chikita, K.A., Kim, Y. & Kudo, I. Glacial Effects on Discharge and Sediment Load in the Subarctic Tanana River Basin, Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43, 632-648 (2011).
17.
Allison, P. et al. Design and initial performance of the Askaryan radio array prototype EeV neutrino detector at the South Pole. Astroparticle Physics doi:10.1016/j.astropartphys.2011.11.010
18.
Hoffmann, A. et al. Remote sensing and in-situ measurements of tropospheric aerosol, a PAMARCMiP case study. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.11.027
19.
Krnavek, L. et al. The chemical composition of surface snow in the Arctic : Examining marine, terrestrial, and atmospheric influences. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.11.033
20.
Saha, A., O’Neill, N.T., Stone, R.S., Liu, P. & Herber, A. Analysis of sub-micron parameters derived from multi-altitude and multi-spectral AOD measurements acquired during the 2009 PAM-ARCMIP airborne campaign. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.11.037
21.
VanCuren, R.A. et al. Aerosols and their Sources at Summit Greenland – First Results of Continuous Size- and Time-Resolved Sampling. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.10.047
22.
Weinbruch, S. et al. Chemical composition and sources of aerosol particles at Zeppelin Mountain (Ny Ålesund, Svalbard) : An electron microscopy study. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.12.008
23.
Rodríguez, E. et al. Comparison of aerosol optical properties at the sub- arctic stations ALOMAR-Andenes, Abisko and Sodankylä in late spring and summer 2007. Atmospheric Research doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2011.12.003
24.
Cai, M. et al. Polyfluorinated compounds in the atmosphere along a cruise pathway from the Japan Sea to the Arctic Ocean. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2011.11.010
25.
Zhong, Y. et al. Centennial-scale climate change from decadally-paced explosive volcanism : a coupled sea ice-ocean mechanism. Climate Dynamics 37, 2373-2387 (2010).
26.
Decombeix, A.-L., Taylor, E.L. & Taylor, T.N. Gymnosperm trees from the Permian of Antarctica : An anatomically preserved trunk of Kaokoxylon sp. Comptes Rendus Palevol doi:10.1016/j.crpv.2011.10.002
27.
E.B., O. Sedimentary cycles, ammonite diversity and palaeoenvironmental changes in the Upper Cretaceous Marambio Group, Antarctica. Cretaceous Research doi:10.1016/j.cretres.2011.11.015
28.
Pauly, S., Mutterlose, J. & Alsen, P. Lower Cretaceous (upper Ryazanian–Hauterivian) chronostratigraphy of high latitudes (North-East Greenland). Cretaceous Research doi:10.1016/j.cretres.2011.11.011
29.
Midorikawa, T. et al. Decreasing pH trend estimated from 35-yr time series of carbonate parameters in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean in summer. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2011.12.003
30.
J.J., V. Reconstructions before rifting and drifting reveal the geological connections between Antarctica and its conjugates in Gondwanaland. Earth-Science Reviews doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.11.009
31.
Antony, R., Mahalinganathan, K., Thamban, M. & Nair, S. Organic Carbon in Antarctic Snow : Spatial Trends and Possible Sources. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45, 9944-9950 (2011).
32.
Foster, K.L. et al. Effects of Seabird Vectors on the Fate, Partitioning, and Signatures of Contaminants in a High Arctic Ecosystem. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45, 10053-10060 (2011).
33.
Soko ?owski, A. et al. Is benthic food web structure related to diversity of marine macrobenthic communities ? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2011.11.011
34.
Brown, C.D. & Johnstone, J.F. Once burned, twice shy : Repeat fires reduce seed availability and alter substrate constraints on Picea mariana regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management 266, 34-41 (2012).
35.
Carter, P., Vance, D., Hillenbrand, C.D., Smith, J.A. & Shoosmith, D.R. The neodymium isotopic composition of waters masses in the eastern Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta doi:10.1016/j.gca.2011.11.034
36.
Correia, A., Vieira, G. & Ramos, M. Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of cores from a 26 meter deep borehole drilled in Livingston Island, Maritime Antarctic. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.012
37.
de Souza, J.J.L.L. et al. Hydrogeochemistry of sulfate-affected landscapes in Keller Peninsula, Maritime Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.017
38.
Guglielmin, M., Worland, M.R. & Cannone, N. Spatial and temporal variability of ground surface temperature and active layer thickness at the margin of maritime Antarctica, Signy Island. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.016
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Guglielmin, M., Worland, R., Convey, P. & Cannone, N. Schmidt hammer studies in the maritime Antarctic : Application to dating Holocene deglaciation and estimating the effects of macrolichens on rock weathering. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.015
40.
López-Martínez, J., Serrano, E., Schmid, T., Mink, S. & Linés, C. Periglacial processes and landforms in the South Shetland Islands (northern Antarctic Peninsula region). Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.018
41.
Mauro, G. Advances in Permafrost and Periglacial research in Antarctica : A review. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.008
42.
Melo, R., Vieira, G., Caselli, A. & Ramos, M. Susceptibility modelling of hummocky terrain distribution using the information value method (Deception Island, Antarctic Peninsula). Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.027
43.
Michel, R.F.M. et al. Active layer temperature in two Cryosols from King George Island, Maritime Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.013
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Moura, P.A., Francelino, M.R., Schaefer, C.E.G.R., Simas, F.N.B. & de Mendonça, B.A.F. Distribution and characterization of soils and landform relationships in Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, Maritime Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.011
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Putkonen, J., Morgan, D.J. & Balco, G. Regolith Transport Quantified by Braking Block, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.010
46.
Šabacká, M. et al. Aeolian flux of biotic and abiotic material in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.009
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Vieira, R., Hinata, S., da Rosa, K.K., Zilberstein, S. & Simoes, J.C. Periglacial features in Patriot Hills, Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.12.014
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Asher, E.C., Dacey, J.W.H., Mills, M.M., Arrigo, K.R. & Tortell, P.D. High concentrations and turnover rates of DMS, DMSP and DMSO in Antarctic sea ice. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
49.
Balis, D. et al. Observed and modelled record ozone decline over the Arctic during winter/spring 2011. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
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Chu, X., Yu, Z., Gardner, C.S., Chen, C. & Fong, W. Lidar observations of neutral Fe layers and fast gravity waves in the thermosphere (110–155 km) at McMurdo (77.8°S, 166.7°E), Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
51.
Farmer, J.R. et al. Western Arctic Ocean temperature variability during the last 8000 years. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
52.
Lourantou, A. & Metzl, N. Decadal evolution of carbon sink within a strong bloom area in the subantarctic zone. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
53.
Wolfe, B.B. et al. Divergent hydrological responses to 20th century climate change in shallow tundra ponds, western Hudson Bay Lowlands. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
54.
Yoo, C., Feldstein, S. & Lee, S. The impact of the Madden-Julian Oscillation trend on the Arctic amplification of surface air temperature during the 1979–2008 boreal winter. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
55.
Young, N.E. et al. Response of a marine-terminating Greenland outlet glacier to abrupt cooling 8200 and 9300 years ago. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
56.
Hauptvogel, D.W. & Passchier, S. Early–Middle Miocene (17–14 Ma) Antarctic ice dynamics reconstructed from the heavy mineral provenance in the AND-2A drill core, Ross Sea, Antarctica. Global and Planetary Change 82-83, 38-50 (2012).
57.
Emilie S., C. Securing Indigenous politics : A critique of the vulnerability and adaptation approach to the human dimensions of climate change in the Canadian Arctic. Global Environmental Change doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.11.004
58.
Huang, H., Polat, A. & Fryer, B.J. Origin of the Archean tonalite–trondhjemite–granodiorite (TTG) suites and granites in the Fiskenæsset region, southern West Greenland : Implication for the continental growth. Gondwana Research doi:10.1016/j.gr.2011.12.001
59.
Szilas, K. et al. Remnants of arc-related Mesoarchaean oceanic crust in the Tartoq Group of SW Greenland. Gondwana Research doi:10.1016/j.gr.2011.11.006
60.
Allen, J., Levintova, M. & Mohatt, G. Suicide and alcohol-related disorders in the US Arctic : boosting research to address a primary determinant of health disparities. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
61.
Charania, N. & Tsuji, L. The 2009 H1N1 pandemic response in remote First Nation communities of Subarctic Ontario : barriers and improvements from a health care services perspective. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
62.
Chumak, E. & Grjibovski, A. Association between different levels of hemoglobin in pregnancy and pregnancy outcomes : a registry-based study in Northwest Russia. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
63.
Mitton, C., Dionne, F., Masucci, L., Wong, S. & Law, S. Innovations in health service organization and delivery in northern rural and remote regions : a review of the literature. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
64.
Pufall, E. et al. Community-derived research dissemination strategies in an Inuit community. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
65.
Rosol, R. et al. Prevalence of affirmative responses to questions of food insecurity : International Polar Year Inuit Health Survey, 2007-2008. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
66.
Sheikh, N., Egeland, G., Johnson-Down, L. & Kuhnlein, H. Changing dietary patterns and body mass index over time in Canadian Inuit communities. International journal of circumpolar health 0 (2011).
67.
Chatwood S, Parkinson A, Johnson R Circumpolar health collaborations : a description of players and a call for further dialogue. International Journal of Circumpolar Health
68.
Ebbesson SOE The legacy of the Alaska Siberia Medical Research Program : a historical perspective. International Journal of Circumpolar Health
69.
Harris A, Waage S, Ursin H, Eriksen HR Saliva cortisol levels in construction workers in the Arctic (78°N). International Journal of Circumpolar Health
70.
Minich K, Saudny H, Lennie C, Wood M, Williamson-Bathory L, Cao Z, Egeland GM Inuit housing and homelessness : results from the International Polar Year Inuit Health Survey 2007–2008. International Journal of Circumpolar Health
71.
Zhou YE, Kubow S, Egeland GM Highly unsaturated n-3 fatty acids status of Canadian Inuit : International Polar Year Inuit Health Survey, 2007–2008. International Journal of Circumpolar Health
72.
Cerove ?ki, I., Talley, L.D. & Mazloff, M.R. A Comparison of Southern Ocean Air–Sea Buoyancy Flux from an Ocean State Estimate with Five Other Products. Journal of Climate 24, 6283-6306 (2011).
73.
Mahajan, S., Zhang, R. & Delworth, T.L. Impact of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) on Arctic Surface Air Temperature and Sea Ice Variability. Journal of Climate 24, 6573-6581 (2011).
74.
Hawes, T.C., Marshall, C.J. & Wharton, D.A. Antifreeze proteins in the Antarctic springtail, Gressittacantha terranova. J. Comp. Physiol. B, Biochem. Syst. Environ. Physiol. 181, 713-719 (2011).
75.
Sheppard, S.C. & Herod, M. Variation in background concentrations and specific activities of 36Cl, 129I and U/Th-series radionuclides in surface waters. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 106, 27-34 (2012).
76.
Hessen, D.O., Frigstad, H., Færøvig, P.J., Wojewodzic, M.W. & Leu, E. UV radiation and its effects on P-uptake in arctic diatoms. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 411, 45-51 (2012).
77.
Arason, P., Bennett, A.J. & Burgin, L.E. Charge mechanism of volcanic lightning revealed during the 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
78.
Bonadonna, C. et al. Tephra sedimentation during the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption (Iceland) from deposit, radar, and satellite observations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
79.
Bouchard, F., Francus, P., Pienitz, R. & Laurion, I. Correction to « Sedimentology and geochemistry of thermokarst ponds in discontinuous permafrost, subarctic Quebec, Canada ». Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
80.
Bristow, W.A., Spaleta, J. & Parris, R.T. First observations of ionospheric irregularities and flows over the south geomagnetic pole from the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) HF radar at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
81.
Cámara-Mor, P. et al. Interception of atmospheric fluxes by Arctic sea ice : Evidence from cosmogenic        7        Be. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
82.
Chabert, A. et al. Characterization of a stratigraphically constrained gas hydrate system along the western continental margin of Svalbard from ocean bottom seismometer data. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
83.
Danielson, S., Curchitser, E., Hedstrom, K., Weingartner, T. & Stabeno, P. On ocean and sea ice modes of variability in the Bering Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
84.
Domine, F. et al. The specific surface area and chemical composition of diamond dust near Barrow, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
85.
Ernsdorf, T. et al. Impact of atmospheric forcing data on simulations of the Laptev Sea polynya dynamics using the sea-ice ocean model FESOM. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
86.
Fransson, A., Chierici, M., Yager, P.L. & Smith, W.O. Antarctic sea ice carbon dioxide system and controls. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
87.
Funck, T., Jackson, H.R. & Shimeld, J. The crustal structure of the Alpha Ridge at the transition to the Canadian Polar Margin : Results from a seismic refraction experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
88.
Godlovitch, D., Illner, R. & Monahan, A. Smoluchowski coagulation models of sea ice thickness distribution dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
89.
Hezel, P.J. et al. Modeled methanesulfonic acid (MSA) deposition in Antarctica and its relationship to sea ice. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
90.
Hoffman, M.J., Catania, G.A., Neumann, T.A., Andrews, L.C. & Rumrill, J.A. Links between acceleration, melting, and supraglacial lake drainage of the western Greenland Ice Sheet. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
91.
Hu, H., Wang, J. & Wang, D.-R. A model-data study of the 1999 St. Lawrence Island polynya in the Bering Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
92.
Jardon, F.P., Bouruet-Aubertot, P., Cuypers, Y., Vivier, F. & Lourenço, A. Internal waves and vertical mixing in the Storfjorden Polynya, Svalbard. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
93.
Lindenmaier, R. et al. A study of the Arctic NO                 y                budget above Eureka, Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
94.
Lyons, L.R. et al. Possible connection of polar cap flows to pre- and post-substorm onset PBIs and streamers. J. Geophys. Res. 116, 14 PP. (2011).
95.
Manizza, M. et al. A model of the Arctic Ocean carbon cycle. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
96.
Oksavik, K., Moen, J.I., Rekaa, E.H., Carlson, H.C. & Lester, M. Reversed flow events in the cusp ionosphere detected by SuperDARN HF radars. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
97.
Pedro, J.B. et al. Beryllium-10 transport to Antarctica : Results from seasonally resolved observations and modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
98.
Rempillo, O. et al. Dimethyl sulfide air-sea fluxes and biogenic sulfur as a source of new aerosols in the Arctic fall. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
99.
Richter, K. & Maus, S. Interannual variability in the hydrography of the Norwegian Atlantic Current : Frontal versus advective response to atmospheric forcing. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
100.
Sedwick, P.N. et al. Early season depletion of dissolved iron in the Ross Sea polynya : Implications for iron dynamics on the Antarctic continental shelf. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
101.
Thomas, H. et al. Barium and carbon fluxes in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
102.
van Sebille, E. et al. Propagation pathways of classical Labrador Sea water from its source region to 26°N. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
103.
Villena, G. et al. Nitrous acid (HONO) during polar spring in Barrow, Alaska : A net source of OH radicals ? Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
104.
Teets, N.M., Kawarasaki, Y., Lee Jr., R.E. & Denlinger, D.L. Energetic consequences of repeated and prolonged dehydration in the Antarctic midge, Belgica antarctica. Journal of Insect Physiology doi:10.1016/j.jinsphys.2011.11.011
105.
Lintern, G., Macdonald, R., Solomon, S. & Jakes, H. Beaufort Sea storm and resuspension modeling. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.11.015
106.
Liu, X. & Smith Jr., W.O. Physiochemical controls on phytoplankton distributions in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.11.013
107.
Våge, S., Basedow, S.L., Tande, K.S. & Zhou, M. Physical structure of the Barents Sea Polar Front near Storbanken in August 2007. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.11.019
108.
Grantz, A. & Hart, P.E. Petroleum prospectivity of the Canada Basin, Arctic Ocean. Marine and Petroleum Geology 30, 126-143 (2012).
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Laier, T. & Nytoft, H.P. Bitumen biomarkers in the Mid-Proterozoic Ilímaussaq intrusion, Southwest Greenland – A challenge to the mantle gas theory. Marine and Petroleum Geology 30, 50-65 (2012).
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Zhang, P. et al. A novel omega-3 fatty acid desaturase involved in acclimation processes of polar condition from Antarctic ice algae Chlamydomonas sp. ICE-L. Mar. Biotechnol. 13, 393-401 (2011).
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Rysgaard, S. et al. High air–sea CO2 uptake rates in nearshore and shelf areas of Southern Greenland : Temporal and spatial variability. Marine Chemistry 128-129, 26-33 (2012).
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Ding, Y., Liu, Y., Jian, J.-C., Wu, Z.-H. & Miao, J.-L. Molecular cloning and expression analysis of glutathione reductase gene in Chlamydomonas sp. ICE-L from Antarctica. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2011.11.001
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Bonnet, S., de Vernal, A., Gersonde, R. & Lembke-Jene, L. Modern distribution of dinocysts from the North Pacific Ocean (37-64oN, 144oE-148oW) in relation to hydrographic conditions, sea-ice and productivity. Marine Micropaleontology doi:10.1016/j.marmicro.2011.11.006
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Knudsen, K.L., Eiríksson, J. & Bartels-Jónsdóttir, H.B. Oceanographic changes through the last millennium off North Iceland : Temperature and salinity reconstructions based on foraminifera and stable isotopes. Marine Micropaleontology doi:10.1016/j.marmicro.2011.11.002
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Kao, S.-M., Pearre, N.S. & Firestone, J. Adoption of the arctic search and rescue agreement : A shift of the arctic regime toward a hard law basis ? Marine Policy 36, 832-838 (2012).
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Janko, K. et al. Multilocus analyses of an Antarctic fish species flock (Teleostei, Notothenioidei, Trematominae) : phylogenetic approach and test of the early-radiation event. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 60, 305-316 (2011).
117.
Andresen, C.S. et al. Rapid response of Helheim Glacier in Greenland to climate variability over the past century. Nature Geoscience 5, 37-41 (2011).
118.
Bintanja, R., Graversen, R.G. & Hazeleger, W. Arctic winter warming amplified by the thermal inversion and consequent low infrared cooling to space. Nature Geoscience 4, 758-761 (2011).
119.
Hooper, A. et al. Increased capture of magma in the crust promoted by ice-cap retreat in Iceland. Nature Geoscience 4, 783-786 (2011).
120.
Morrison, H. et al. Resilience of persistent Arctic mixed-phase clouds. Nature Geoscience 5, 11-17 (2011).
121.
Thompson, D.W.J. et al. Signatures of the Antarctic ozone hole in Southern Hemisphere surface climate change. Nature Geoscience 4, 741-749 (2011).
122.
Hill, C. et al. Controlling spurious diapycnal mixing in eddy-resolving height-coordinate ocean models – Insights from virtual deliberate tracer release experiments. Ocean Modelling doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2011.12.001
123.
Poulin, J. & Helwig, K. Class Id resinite from Canada : A new sub-class containing succinic acid. Organic Geochemistry doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2011.11.012
124.
Smith, T.E. et al. Thawing permafrost alters nematode populations and soil habitat characteristics in an Antarctic polar desert ecosystem. Pedobiologia doi:10.1016/j.pedobi.2011.11.001
125.
Mahaney, W.C. et al. Coleoptera and microbe biomass in Antarctic Dry Valley paleosols adjacent to the Inland Ice : Implications for Mars. Planetary and Space Science doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.11.008
126.
Asselin, N.C., Barber, D.G., Stirling, I., Ferguson, S.H. & Richard, P.R. Beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) habitat selection in the eastern Beaufort Sea in spring, 1975–1979. Polar Biology 34, 1973-1988 (2011).
127.
Brown, T.A. et al. Temporal and vertical variations of lipid biomarkers during a bottom ice diatom bloom in the Canadian Beaufort Sea : further evidence for the use of the IP25 biomarker as a proxy for spring Arctic sea ice. Polar Biology 34, 1857-1868 (2010).
128.
Collins, R.E. & Deming, J.W. Abundant dissolved genetic material in Arctic sea ice Part II : Viral dynamics during autumn freeze-up. Polar Biology 34, 1831-1841 (2011).
129.
Collins, R.E. & Deming, J.W. Abundant dissolved genetic material in Arctic sea ice Part I : Extracellular DNA. Polar Biology 34, 1819-1830 (2011).
130.
Deming, J.W. & Fortier, L. Introduction to the special issue on the biology of the circumpolar flaw lead (CFL) in the Amundsen Gulf of the Beaufort Sea (Arctic Ocean). Polar Biology 34, 1797-1801 (2011).
131.
Geoffroy, M., Robert, D., Darnis, G. & Fortier, L. The aggregation of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) in the deep Atlantic layer of ice-covered Amundsen Gulf (Beaufort Sea) in winter. Polar Biology 34, 1959-1971 (2011).
132.
Hop, H., Mundy, C.J., Gosselin, M., Rossnagel, A.L. & Barber, D.G. Zooplankton boom and ice amphipod bust below melting sea ice in the Amundsen Gulf, Arctic Canada. Polar Biology 34, 1947-1958 (2011).
133.
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