BiblioAlerte Juin 2012

Publié le 28.06.2012 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres de revues :

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Moiseyev, V. G. & Khartanovich, V. I. Early Metal Age crania from Bolshoy Oleniy Island, Barents Sea. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 40, 145–154 (2012).
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Asselin, N. C., Barber, D. G., Richard, P. R. & Ferguson, S. H. Occurrence, Distribution and Behaviour of Beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) and Bowhead (Balaena mysticetus) Whales at the Franklin Bay Ice Edge in June 2008. ARCTIC 65, 121–132 (2012).
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Beltaos, S. et al. Flow Structure and Channel Stability at the Site of a Deep Scour Hole, Mackenzie Delta, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 182–194 (2012).
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Black, A. L., Gilchrist, H. G., Allard, K. A. & Mallory, M. L. Incidental Observations of Birds in the Vicinity of Hell Gate Polynya, Nunavut : Species, Timing, and Diversity. ARCTIC 65, 145–154 (2012).
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Davison, C. M. & Hawe, P. All That Glitters : Diamond Mining and Tåîchô Youth in Behchokö, Northwest Territories. ARCTIC 65, 214–228 (2012).
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Galley, R. J., Else, B. G. T., Howell, S. E. L., Lukovich, J. V. & Barber, D. G. Landfast Sea Ice Conditions in the Canadian Arctic : 1983 – 2009. ARCTIC 65, 133–144 (2012).
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Gantner, N. et al. Physical and Biological Factors Affecting Mercury and Perfluorinated Contaminants in Arctic Char ( Salvelinus alpinus ) of Pingualuit Crater Lake (Nunavik, Canada) + Supplementary Appendices (See Article Tools). ARCTIC 65, 195–206 (2012).
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Jakubas, D. & Wojczulanis-Jakubas, K. Not Always Black and White : Colour Aberrations in the Dovekie. ARCTIC 65, 229–232 (2012).
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Larter, N. C., Nagy, J. A. & Bartareau, T. M. Growth in Skull Length and Width of the Arctic Wolf : Comparison of Models and Ontogeny of Sexual Size Dimorphism. ARCTIC 65, 207–213 (2012).
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Marquard-Petersen, U. Decline and Extermination of an Arctic Wolf Population in East Greenland, 1899–1939. ARCTIC 65, 155–166 (2012).
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Savelle, J. M., Dyke, A. S., Whitridge, P. J. & Poupart, M. Paleoeskimo Demography on Western Victoria Island, Arctic Canada : Implications for Social Organization and Longhouse Development. ARCTIC 65, 167–181 (2012).
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Drevnick, P. E., Yang, H., Lamborg, C. H. & Rose, N. L. Net atmospheric mercury deposition to Svalbard : Estimates from lacustrine sediments. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.05.048
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Ryu, J.-S. & Jacobson, A. D. CO2 evasion from the Greenland Ice Sheet : A new carbon-climate feedback. Chemical Geology 320–321, 80–95 (2012).
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Stumpf, A. R. et al. Glacier melt water stream chemistry in Wright and Taylor Valley, Antarctica : Significant Roles of Drift, Dust and Biological Processes in Chemical Weathering in a Polar Climate. Chemical Geology doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2012.06.009
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Tappe, S., Steenfelt, A. & Nielsen, T. Asthenospheric source of Neoproterozoic and Mesozoic kimberlites from the North Atlantic craton, West Greenland : New high-precision U–Pb and Sr–Nd isotope data on perovskite. Chemical Geology 320–321, 113–127 (2012).
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Zintwana, M. P., Cawthorn, R. G., Ashwal, L. D., Roelofse, F. & Cronwright, H. Mercury in the Bushveld Complex, South Africa, and the Skaergaard Intrusion, Greenland. Chemical Geology doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2012.06.001
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Hong, Q. et al. Occurrence of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) together with sediment properties in the surface sediments of the Bering Sea, Chukchi Sea and Canada Basin. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2012.05.033
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Moe, M. K. et al. The structure of the fire fighting foam surfactant Forafac®1157 and its biological and photolytic transformation products. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2012.05.012
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Albani, S. et al. Interpreting last glacial to Holocene dust changes at Talos Dome (East Antarctica) : implications for atmospheric variations from regional to hemispheric scales. Clim. Past 8, 741–750 (2012).
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Bakker, P., Van Meerbeeck, C. J. & Renssen, H. Sensitivity of the North Atlantic climate to Greenland Ice Sheet melting during the Last Interglacial. Clim. Past 8, 995–1009 (2012).
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Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. & Montoya, M. Role of CO2 and Southern Ocean winds in glacial abrupt climate change. Clim. Past 8, 1011–1021 (2012).
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Lambert, F., Bigler, M., Steffensen, J. P., Hutterli, M. & Fischer, H. Centennial mineral dust variability in high-resolution ice core data from Dome C, Antarctica. Clim. Past 8, 609–623 (2012).
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Majorowicz, J., Safanda, J. & Osadetz, K. Inferred gas hydrate and permafrost stability history models linked to climate change in the Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin, Arctic Canada. Clim. Past 8, 667–682 (2012).
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Maris, M. N. A., de Boer, B. & Oerlemans, J. A climate model intercomparison for the Antarctic region : present and past. Clim. Past 8, 803–814 (2012).
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Parrenin, F. et al. Volcanic synchronisation between the EPICA Dome C and Vostok ice cores (Antarctica) 0–145 kyr BP. Clim. Past 8, 1031–1045 (2012).
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Severi, M., Udisti, R., Becagli, S., Stenni, B. & Traversi, R. Volcanic synchronisation of the EPICA-DC and TALDICE ice cores for the last 42 kyr BP. Clim. Past 8, 509–517 (2012).
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Koenigk, T., König Beatty, C., Caian, M., Döscher, R. & Wyser, K. Potential decadal predictability and its sensitivity to sea ice albedo parameterization in a global coupled model. Climate Dynamics 38, 2389–2408 (2012).
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López-de-Lacalle, J. Trends in Alaska temperature data. Towards a more realistic approach. Climate Dynamics 38, 2131–2141 (2012).
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Orsolini, Y., Senan, R., Benestad, R. & Melsom, A. Autumn atmospheric response to the 2007 low Arctic sea ice extent in coupled ocean–atmosphere hindcasts. Climate Dynamics 38, 2437–2448 (2012).
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Screen, J. & Simmonds, I. Declining summer snowfall in the Arctic : causes, impacts and feedbacks. Climate Dynamics 38, 2243–2256 (2012).
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Shu, Q., Qiao, F., Song, Z. & Wang, C. Sea ice trends in the Antarctic and their relationship to surface air temperature during 1979–2009. Climate Dynamics 38, 2355–2363 (2012).
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Beltaos, S., Carter, T. & Rowsell, R. Measurements and analysis of ice breakup and jamming characteristics in the Mackenzie Delta, Canada. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 110–123 (2012).
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Hudson, S. R., Granskog, M. A., Karlsen, T. I. & Fossan, K. An integrated platform for observing the radiation budget of sea ice at different spatial scales. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 14–20 (2012).
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Kharitonov, V. V. Internal structure and porosity of ice ridges investigated at « North Pole ?38 » drifting station. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 144–152 (2012).
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Nishimura, K. & Ishimaru, T. Development of an automatic blowing-snow station. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 30–35 (2012).
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Schnabel, W. E., Munk, J., Lee, W. J. & Barnes, D. L. Four-year performance evaluation of a pilot-scale evapotranspiration landfill cover in Southcentral Alaska. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 1–7 (2012).
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Smith, I. J., Langhorne, P. J., Frew, R. D., Vennell, R. & Haskell, T. G. Sea ice growth rates near ice shelves. Cold Regions Science and Technology doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2012.06.005
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Strub-Klein, L. & Sudom, D. A comprehensive analysis of the morphology of first-year sea ice ridges. Cold Regions Science and Technology 82, 94–109 (2012).
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Connelly, T. L., Deibel, D. & Parrish, C. C. Biogeochemistry of near-bottom suspended particulate matter of the Beaufort Sea shelf (Arctic Ocean) : C, N, P, ? 13C and fatty acids. Continental Shelf Research doi:10.1016/j.csr.2012.05.011
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Murphy, E. J. & Hofmann, E. E. End-to-end in Southern Ocean ecosystems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2012.05.005
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Bouman, H. A., Lepère, C., Scanlan, D. J. & Osvaldo, U. Phytoplankton community structure in a high-nutrient, low-chlorophyll region of the eastern Pacific Subantarctic region during winter-mixed and summer-stratified conditions. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.04.008
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Gustafsson, Ö. & Andersson, P. S. 234Th-derived surface export fluxes of POC from the Northern Barents Sea and the Eurasian sector of the Central Arctic Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.05.014
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Frants, M. et al. Analysis of horizontal and vertical processes contributing to natural iron supply in the mixed layer in southern drake passage. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.06.001
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Frants, M. et al. Optimal multiparameter analysis of source water distributions in the southern drake passage. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.06.002
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Karlsson, N. B., Rippin, D. M., Bingham, R. G. & Vaughan, D. G. A ‘continuity-index’ for assessing ice-sheet dynamics from radar-sounded internal layers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 335–336, 88–94 (2012).
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Sasgen, I. et al. Timing and origin of recent regional ice-mass loss in Greenland. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 333–334, 293–303 (2012).
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Gunnarsdóttir, R., Jenssen, P. D., Erland Jensen, P., Villumsen, A. & Kallenborn, R. A review of wastewater handling in the Arctic with special reference to pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) and microbial pollution. Ecological Engineering doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2012.04.025
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Benskin, J. P. et al. Perfluoroalkyl Acids in the Atlantic and Canadian Arctic Oceans. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 5815–5823 (2012).
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Stolaroff, J. K. et al. Review of Methane Mitigation Technologies with Application to Rapid Release of Methane from the Arctic. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 6455–6469 (2012).
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Armadillo, E., Bozzo, E., Gambetta, M. & Rizzello, D. Impact of human activities on the geomagnetic field of Antarctica : A high resolution aeromagnetic survey over Mario Zucchelli Station. Environment International 47, 1–7 (2012).
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Amundson, R., Barnes, J. D., Ewing, S., Heimsath, A. & Chong, G. The Stable Isotope Composition of Halite and Sulfate of Hyperarid Soils and Its Relation to Aqueous Transport. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta doi:10.1016/j.gca.2012.04.044
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Mahaney, W. C. & Kalm, V. Topographic and bioclimatic controls on soil/paleosol morphogenesis in the Norra Storfjället Mountains, Sweden. Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.05.025
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Allen, D. R., Douglass, A. R., Nedoluha, G. E. & Coy, L. Tracer transport during the Arctic stratospheric final warming based on a 33-year (1979-2011) tracer equivalent latitude simulation. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Bauch, H. A., Kandiano, E. S. & Helmke, J. P. Contrasting ocean changes between the subpolar and polar North Atlantic during the past 135 ka. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Hande, L. B., Siems, S. T. & Manton, M. J. Observed Trends in Wind Speed over the Southern Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Hattermann, T., Nøst, O. A., Lilly, J. M. & Smedsrud, L. H. Two years of oceanic observations below the Fimbul Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters (2012).doi:10.1029/2012GL051012
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Kim, H.-J., Lyons, L. R., Ruohoniemi, J. M., Frissell, N. A. & Baker, J. B. Principal component analysis of polar cap convection. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
58.
Langen, P. L., Solgaard, A. M. & Schott-Hvidberg, C. Self-inhibiting growth of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Geophysical Research Letters (2012).doi:10.1029/2012GL051810
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Peteet, D. M. et al. Delayed deglaciation or extreme Arctic conditions 21-16 cal. kyr at southeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet margin ? Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
60.
Rignot, E. & Mouginot, J. Ice flow in Greenland for the International Polar Year 2008–2009. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
61.
Scheidegger, J. M., Bense, V. F. & Grasby, S. E. Transient nature of Arctic spring systems driven by subglacial meltwater. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
62.
Smith, A. M., Bentley, C. R., Bingham, R. G. & Jordan, T. H. Rapid subglacial erosion beneath Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters (2012).doi:10.1029/2012GL051651
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Cody, R. et al. Selection and stability of quantitative stratigraphic age models : Plio-Pleistocene glaciomarine sediments in the ANDRILL 1B drillcore, McMurdo Ice Shelf. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.05.017
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Wilson, G. S. et al. Neogene tectonic and climatic evolution of the Western Ross Sea, Antarctica – chronology of events from the AND-1B drill hole. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.05.019
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Wilson, G. S., Naish, T. R., Powell, R. D., Levy, R. H. & Crampton, J. S. Introduction to ‘Late Neogene chronostratigraphy and depositional environments on the Antarctic Margin : New results from the ANDRILL McMurdo Ice Shelf Project’. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.05.007
66.
Veevers, J. J. & Saeed, A. Age and composition of Antarctic sub-glacial bedrock reflected by detrital zircons, erratics, and recycled microfossils in the Ellsworth Land–Antarctic Peninsula–Weddell Sea–Dronning Maud Land sector (240°E–0°–015°E). Gondwana Research doi:10.1016/j.gr.2012.05.010
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Carlsson, A. M. et al. Disease transmission in an extreme environment : Nematode parasites infect reindeer during the Arctic winter. International Journal for Parasitology doi:10.1016/j.ijpara.2012.05.007
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Rodriguez, J. V., Carlson, H. C. & Heelis, R. A. Auroral forms that extend equatorward from the persistent midday aurora during geomagnetically quiet periods. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2012.06.001
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Xing, Z. Y. et al. Poleward moving auroral forms (PMAFs) observed at the Yellow River Station : A statistical study of its dependence on the solar wind conditions. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2012.06.004
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Ikeda, T. & Takahashi, T. Synthesis towards a global-bathymetric model of metabolism and chemical composition of marine pelagic chaetognaths. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 424–425, 78–88 (2012).
71.
Richard, J., Morley, S. A., Deloffre, J. & Peck, L. S. Thermal acclimation capacity for four Arctic marine benthic species. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 424–425, 38–43 (2012).
72.
Watanabe, Y. Y., Lydersen, C., Fisk, A. T. & Kovacs, K. M. The slowest fish : Swim speed and tail-beat frequency of Greenland sharks. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 426–427, 5–11 (2012).
73.
Yang, E. J. et al. Mesoscale distribution of protozooplankton communities and their herbivory in the western Scotia Sea of the Southern Ocean during the austral spring. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 428, 5–15 (2012).
74.
Asplin, M. G., Galley, R., Barber, D. G. & Prinsenberg, S. Fracture of summer perennial sea ice by ocean swell as a result of Arctic storms. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
75.
Boyd, P. W., Arrigo, K. R., Strzepek, R. & van Dijken, G. L. Mapping phytoplankton iron utilization : Insights into Southern Ocean supply mechanisms. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
76.
Chepurin, G. A. & Carton, J. A. Subarctic and Arctic sea surface temperature and its relation to ocean heat content 1982–2010. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Cox, C. J., Walden, V. P. & Rowe, P. M. A comparison of the atmospheric conditions at Eureka, Canada and Barrow, Alaska (2006-2008). Journal of Geophysical Research (2012).doi:10.1029/2011JD017164
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Gouttevin, I. et al. How the insulating properties of snow affect soil carbon distribution in the continental pan-Arctic area. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
79.
Hande, L. B., Siems, S. T., Manton, M. J. & Belusic, D. Observations of wind shear over the Southern Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
80.
Henry, O. et al. Tide gauge-based sea level variations since 1950 along the Norwegian and Russian coasts of the Arctic Ocean ; Contribution of the steric components. Journal of Geophysical Research (2012).doi:10.1029/2011JC007706
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Huang, C. J., Qiao, F., Shu, Q. & Song, Z. Evaluating austral summer mixed-layer response to surface wave–induced mixing in the Southern Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
82.
Lorbacher, K., Marsland, S. J., Church, J. A., Griffies, S. M. & Stammer, D. Rapid barotropic sea level rise from ice sheet melting. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
83.
Nguyen, D., Maranger, R., Tremblay, J.-É. & Gosselin, M. Respiration and bacterial carbon dynamics in the Amundsen Gulf, western Canadian Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Noel, V. & Pitts, M. Gravity wave events from mesoscale simulations, compared to polar stratospheric clouds observed from spaceborne lidar over the Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
85.
Porter, D. F., Cassano, J. J. & Serreze, M. C. Local and large-scale atmospheric responses to reduced Arctic sea ice and ocean warming in the WRF model. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
86.
Reay, H. J., France, J. L. & King, M. D. Decreased albedo,       e       -folding depth and photolytic OH radical and NO       2       production with increasing black carbon content in Arctic snow. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Schulze, L. M. & Pickart, R. S. Seasonal variation of upwelling in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea : Impact of sea ice cover. Journal of Geophysical Research (2012).doi:10.1029/2012JC007985
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Shigemitsu, M. et al. Development of a one-dimensional ecosystem model including the iron cycle applied to the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Sjostedt, S. J. et al. Evidence for the uptake of atmospheric acetone and methanol by the Arctic Ocean during late summer DMS-Emission plumes. Journal of Geophysical Research (2012).doi:10.1029/2011JD017086
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Stevenson, J. A. et al. Distal deposition of tephra from the Eyjafjallajökull 2010 summit eruption. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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St-Laurent, P., Straneo, F. & Barber, D. G. A conceptual model of an Arctic sea. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Tan, B., Li, Z., Lu, P., Haas, C. & Nicolaus, M. Morphology of sea ice pressure ridges in the Northwestern Weddell Sea in winter. Journal of Geophysical Research (2012).doi:10.1029/2011JC007800
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Walter, D. et al. Flux calculation using CARIBIC DOAS aircraft measurements : SO       2       emission of Norilsk. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Arcone, S. A., Jacobel, R. & Hamilton, G. Unconformable stratigraphy in East Antarctica : Part I. Large firn cosets, recrystallized growth, and model evidence for intensified accumulation. Journal of Glaciology 58, 240–252 (2012).
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Arcone, S. A., Jacobel, R. & Hamilton, G. Unconformable stratigraphy in East Antarctica : Part II. Englacial cosets and recrystallized layers. Journal of Glaciology 58, 253–264 (2012).
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Aschwanden, A., Bueler, E., Khroulev, C. & Blatter, H. An enthalpy formulation for glaciers and ice sheets. Journal of Glaciology 58, 441–457 (2012).
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Clason, C., Mair, D. W. F., Burgess, D. O. & Nienow, P. W. Modelling the delivery of supraglacial meltwater to the ice/bed interface : application to southwest Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Glaciology 58, 361–374 (2012).
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Cochran, J. R. & Bell, R. E. Inversion of IceBridge gravity data for continental shelf bathymetry beneath the Larsen Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology 58, 540–552 (2012).
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Galton-Fenzi, B. K., Hunter, J. R., Coleman, R. & Young, N. A decade of change in the hydraulic connection between an Antarctic epishelf lake and the ocean. Journal of Glaciology 58, 223–228 (2012).
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Little, C. M., Goldberg, D., Gnanadesikan, A. & Oppenheimer, M. On the coupled response to ice-shelf basal melting. Journal of Glaciology 58, 203–215 (2012).
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Macgregor, J. A., Catania, G. A., Markowski, M. S. & Andrews, A. G. Widespread rifting and retreat of ice-shelf margins in the eastern Amundsen Sea Embayment between 1972 and 2011. Journal of Glaciology 58, 458–466 (2012).
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McMillan, M. et al. Mapping ice-shelf flow with interferometric synthetic aperture radar stacking. Journal of Glaciology 58, 265–277 (2012).
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Nick, F. M. et al. The response of Petermann Glacier, Greenland, to large calving events, and its future stability in the context of atmospheric and oceanic warming. Journal of Glaciology 58, 229–239 (2012).
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Seddik, H., Greve, R., Zwinger, T., Gillet-Chaulet, F. & Gagliardini, O. Simulations of the Greenland ice sheet 100 years into the future with the full Stokes model Elmer/Ice. Journal of Glaciology 58, 427–440 (2012).
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Spaulding, N. E. et al. Ice motion and mass balance at the Allan Hills blue-ice area, Antarctica, with implications for paleoclimate reconstructions. Journal of Glaciology 58, 399–406 (2012).
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Sugiyama, S. et al. Snow density along the route traversed by the JapaneseSwedish Antarctic Expedition 2007/08. Journal of Glaciology 58, 529–539 (2012).
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Van Pelt, W. J. J. & Oerlemans, J. Numerical simulations of cyclic behaviour in the Parallel Ice Sheet Model (PISM). Journal of Glaciology 58, 347–360 (2012).
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Wesche, C. & Dierking, W. Iceberg signatures and detection in SAR images in two test regions of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology 58, 325–339 (2012).
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Everatt, M. J., Worland, M. R., Bale, J. S., Convey, P. & Hayward, S. A. L. Pre-adapted to the maritime Antarctic ? – Rapid cold hardening of the midge, Eretmoptera murphyi. Journal of Insect Physiology doi:10.1016/j.jinsphys.2012.05.009
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Tesi, T., Langone, L., Ravaioli., M., Giglio, F. & Capotondi, L. Particulate export and lateral advection in the Antarctic Polar Front (Southern Pacific Ocean) : One-year mooring deployment. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.06.002
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Lever, J. H. & Weale, J. C. High efficiency fuel sleds for polar traverses. Journal of Terramechanics doi:10.1016/j.jterra.2012.05.001
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Augland, L. E., Andresen, A., Corfu, F., Simonsen, S. L. & Andersen, T. The Beiarn Nappe Complex : A record of Laurentian Early Silurian arc magmatism in the Uppermost Allochthon, Scandinavian Caledonides. Lithos 146–147, 233–252 (2012).
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Fukuda, K., Thomas, D. B., Frew, R. D. & Fordyce, R. E. Antarctic glaciation recorded in Early Miocene New Zealand foraminifera. Marine Micropaleontology 92–93, 52–60 (2012).
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Miettinen, A., Koç, N. & Husum, K. Appearance of the Pacific diatom Neodenticula seminae in the northern Nordic Seas – an indication of changes in Arctic sea ice and ocean circulation. Marine Micropaleontology doi:10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.06.002
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Mallory, M. L. & Braune, B. M. Tracking contaminants in seabirds of Arctic Canada : Temporal and spatial insights. Marine Pollution Bulletin doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.05.012
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Lautrédou, A.-C. et al. Phylogenetic footprints of an Antarctic radiation : The Trematominae (Notothenioidei, Teleostei). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2012.05.032
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Krinner, G. & Durand, G. Glaciology : Future of the Greenland ice sheet. Nature Climate Change 2, 396–397 (2012).
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Robinson, A., Calov, R. & Ganopolski, A. Multistability and critical thresholds of the Greenland ice sheet. Nature Climate Change 2, 429–432 (2012).
119.
Anthony, K. M. W., Anthony, P., Grosse, G. & Chanton, J. Geologic methane seeps along boundaries of Arctic permafrost thaw and melting glaciers. Nature Geoscience 5, 419–426 (2012).
120.
Bjørk, A. A. et al. An aerial view of 80 years of climate-related glacier fluctuations in southeast Greenland. Nature Geoscience 5, 427–432 (2012).
121.
Ross, N. et al. Steep reverse bed slope at the grounding line of the Weddell Sea sector in West Antarctica. Nature Geoscience 5, 393–396 (2012).
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Ethier, A.-A. et al. Effects of environmental contaminant exposure on visual brain development : A prospective electrophysiological study in school-aged children. NeuroToxicology doi:10.1016/j.neuro.2012.05.010
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Reardon, S. Plankton under sea ice may disrupt Arctic food chain. New Scientist 214, 15 (2012).
124.
Escutia, C., Bentley, M. J., Florindo, F. & DeConto, R. M. Cenozoic evolution of Antarctic climates, oceans and ice sheets : An introduction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 335–336, 1–3 (2012).
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