BiblioAlerte Mai 2010

Publié le 03.05.2010 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres des revues

1. Haussmann N, McGeoch M, Boelhouwers J. Contrasting nurse plants and nurse rocks : The spatial distribution of seedlings of two sub-Antarctic species. Acta Oecologica. 2010 ;36(3):299-305.

2. Bradshaw WE, Holzapfel CM. Light, time, and the physiology of biotic response to rapid climate change in animals. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 2010 ;72:147-166.

3. Bockheim JG. Soil Preservation and Ventifact Recycling from Dry-Based Glaciers in Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-9.

4. Celussi M, Bergamasco A, Cataletto B, Umani SF, Del Negro P. Water Masses ? Bacterial Community Structure and Microbial Activities in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-10.

5. Majewski W, Pawlowski J. Morphologic and Molecular Diversity of the Foraminiferal Genus Globocassidulina in Admiralty Bay, King George Island. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-11.

6. McKay CP. Liquid Water Formation Around Rocks and Meteorites on Antarctic Polar Plateau Ice. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-2.

7. Post AL, O ?Brien PE, Beaman RJ, Riddle MJ, De Santis L. Physical Controls on Deep Water Coral Communities on the George V Land Slope, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-8.

8. Rodrigues AR, Maluf JCC, Braga EDS, Eichler BB. Recent Benthic Foraminiferal Distribution and Related Environmental Factors in Ezcurra Inlet, King George Island, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-18.

9. Thamban M, Laluraj C, Mahalinganathan K, et al. Glaciochemistry of Surface Snow from the Ingrid Christensen Coast, East Antarctica, and Its Environmental Implications. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;First View:1-7.

10. Abnizova, A. Young, K.L. Sustainability of High Arctic ponds in a polar desert environment. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

11. Boon, S. Burgess, D.O. Koerner, R.M. Sharp, M.J. Forty-seven years of research on the Devon Island ice cap, Arctic Canada. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

12. Clark, D.A. Clark, S.G. Dowsley, M. Foote, L. Jung, T.S. Lemelin, R.H. It’s not just about bears : a problem-solving workshop on aboriginal peoples, polar bears, and human dignity. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

13. Givens, G.H. Huebinger, R.M. Patton, J.C. Postma, L.D. Lindsay, M. Suydam, R.S. George, J.C. Matson, C.W. Bickham, J.W. Arctic, v. 63, no. 1, Mar. 2010, p. 1-12, ill., map. Population genetics of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in the western Arctic. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

14. Hamilton, L.C. Rasmussen, R.O. Population, sex ratios and development in Greenland. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

15. Lovvorn, J.R. Wilson, J.J. McKay, D. Bump, J.K. Cooper, L.W. Grebmeier, J.M. Walruses attack Spectacled Eiders wintering in pack ice of the Bering Sea. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

16. Offerdal, K. Arctic energy in EU policy : arbitrary interest in the Norwegian High North. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

17. Richard, P.R. Laake, J.L. Hobbs, R.C. Heide-Jørgensn, M.P. Asselin, N.C. Cleator, H. Baffin Bay narwhal population distribution and numbers : aerial surveys in the Canadian High Arctic, 2002-04. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

18. Riis, T. Olesen, B. Katborg, C.K. Christoffersen, K.S. Growth rate of an aquatic bryophyte (Warnstorfia fluitans (Hedw.) Loeske) from a High Arctic lake : effect of nutrient concentration. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

19. Stempniewicz, L. Iliszko, L. Glaucous Gulls kleptoparasiting arctic foxes in Magdalenefjorden, NW Spitsbergen. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

20. Stewart, E.J. Tivy, A. Howell, S.E.L. Dawson, J. Draper, D. Cruise tourism and sea ice in Canada’s Hudson Bay region. Arctic. 2010 ;63(1).

21. McConnell JR. New Directions : Historical black carbon and other ice core aerosol records in the Arctic for GCM evaluation. Atmospheric Environment. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

22. Cipro CVZ, Taniguchi S, Montone RC. Occurrence of organochlorine compounds in Euphausia superba and unhatched eggs of Pygoscelis genus penguins from Admiralty Bay (King George Island, Antarctica) and estimation of biomagnification factors. Chemosphere. 2010 ;78(6):767-771.

23. Bronfenbrener L, Bronfenbrener R. Modeling frost heave in freezing soils. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):43-64.

24. Christen M, Kowalski J, Bartelt P. RAMMS : Numerical simulation of dense snow avalanches in three-dimensional terrain. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

25. Couture P. Smart power line and photonic de-icer concepts for transmission-line capacity and reliability improvement. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

26. Dethleff D. Linear model estimates of potential salt rejection and theoretical salinity increase in a standardized water column of recurrent Arctic flaw leads and polynyas. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):82-89.

27. Dong Y, Lai Y, Li J, Yang Y. Laboratory investigation on the cooling effect of crushed-rock interlayer embankment with ventilated ducts in permafrost regions. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):136-142.

28. Eik K, Gudmestad OT. Iceberg management and impact on design of offshore structures. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

29. Eik K, Marchenko A. Model tests of iceberg towing. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):13-28.

30. Gauthier D, Brown C, Jamieson B. Modeling strength and stability in storm snow for slab avalanche forecasting. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

31. Ghazavi M, Roustaie M. The influence of freeze-thaw cycles on the unconfined compressive strength of fiber-reinforced clay. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):125-131.

32. Jordaan I, Bruce J, Masterson D, Frederking R. Local ice pressures for multiyear ice accounting for exposure. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):97-106.

33. Kokelj S, Riseborough D, Coutts R, Kanigan J. Permafrost and terrain conditions at northern drilling-mud sumps : Impacts of vegetation and climate change and the management implications. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

34. Langlois A, Royer A, Montpetit B, et al. On the relationship between snow grain morphology and in-situ near infrared calibrated reflectance photographs. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):34-42.

35. Liu J, Wang T, Tian Y. Experimental study of the dynamic properties of cement- and lime-modified clay soils subjected to freeze-thaw cycles. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):29-33.

36. Makkonen L, Wichura B. Simulating wet snow loads on power line cables by a simple model. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):73-81.

37. Margreth S, Romang H. Effectiveness of mitigation measures against natural hazards. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

38. Ming-kui H. Study on in-situ test on mechanical properties of the particle improved roadbed in permafrost. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):132-135.

39. Mun S, Lee S. Determination of the fatigue-cracking resistance of asphalt concrete mixtures at low temperatures. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):116-124.

40. Qin Y, Zhang J. Estimating the stability of unprotected embankment in warm and ice-rich permafrost region. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):65-71.

41. Wang H, Liu L, Chen Z. Experimental investigation of hydronic snow melting process on the inclined pavement. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

42. Wang R, Shen HH. Experimental study on surface wave propagating through a grease-pancake ice mixture. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):90-96.

43. Xu G, Qi J, Jin H. Model test study on influence of freezing and thawing on the crude oil pipeline in cold regions. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

44. Yun G, Marsden A. Methodology for estimating probability of success of Escape, Evacuation, and Rescue (EER) strategies for arctic offshore facilities. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(2-3):107-115.

45. Zhang T. Linear elastic constitutive relation for multiphase porous media using microstructure superposition : Dry media. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

46. Zhao J, Li T, Barber D, et al. Attenuation of lateral propagating light in sea ice measured with an artificial lamp in winter Arctic. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):6-12.

47. Zhou Z, Huang M, He J, Chen G, Ou J. Ice structure monitoring with an optical fiber sensing system. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010 ;61(1):1-5.

48. Lee JK, Park KS, Park S, et al. An extracellular ice-binding glycoprotein from an Arctic psychrophilic yeast. Cryobiology. 2010 ;60(2):222-228.

49. Gross M. Final drive for Antarctic breakthrough. Current Biology. 2010 ;20(8):R337-R338.

50. Álvarez M, Gourcuff C. Uncoupled transport of chlorofluorocarbons and anthropogenic carbon in the subpolar North Atlantic. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Avril 6, 2010].

51. Bostock HC, Opdyke BN, Williams MJ. Characterising the intermediate depth waters of the Pacific Ocean using [delta]13C and other geochemical tracers. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

52. Rivaro P, Massolo S, Bergamasco A, Castagno P, Budillon G. Chemical evidence of the changes of the Antarctic Bottom Water ventilation in the western Ross Sea between 1997 and 2003. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers. 2010 ;57(5):639-652.

53. van Wijk EM, Rintoul SR, Ronai BM, Williams GD. Regional circulation around Heard and McDonald Islands and through the Fawn Trough, central Kerguelen Plateau. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers. 2010 ;57(5):653-669.

54. Brown M, Kawaguchi S, Candy S, Virtue P. Temperature effects on the growth and maturation of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(7-8):672-682.

55. Chapman EW, Hofmann EE, Patterson DL, Fraser WR. The effects of variability in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) spawning behavior and sex/maturity stage distribution on Adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) chick growth : A modeling study. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(7-8):543-558.

56. Jarvis T, Kelly N, Kawaguchi S, van Wijk E, Nicol S. Acoustic characterisation of the broad-scale distribution and abundance of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) off East Antarctica (30-80°E) in January-March 2006. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):916-933.

57. Jones G, Fortescue D, King S, Williams G, Wright S. Dimethylsulphide and dimethylsulphoniopropionate in the South-West Indian Ocean sector of East Antarctica from 30° to 80°E during BROKE-West. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):863-876.

58. Kawaguchi S, Nicol S, Virtue P, et al. Krill demography and large-scale distribution in the Western Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean (CCAMLR Division 58.4.2) in Austral summer of 2006. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):934-947.

59. Lindsay M, Williams G. Distribution and abundance of Larvaceans in the Southern Ocean between 30 and 80°E. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):905-915.

60. Loeb V, Hofmann EE, Klinck JM, Holm-Hansen O. Hydrographic control of the marine ecosystem in the South Shetland-Elephant Island and Bransfield Strait region. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(7-8):519-542.

61. Meijers A, Klocker A, Bindoff N, Williams G, Marsland S. The circulation and water masses of the Antarctic shelf and continental slope between 30 and 80oE. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):723-737.

62. Pasquer B, Mongin M, Johnston N, Wright S. Distribution of particulate organic matter (POM) in the Southern Ocean during BROKE-West (30°E - 80°E). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):779-793.

63. Pearce I, Davidson AT, Thomson PG, Wright S, van den Enden R. Marine microbial ecology off East Antarctica (30 - 80°E) : Rates of bacterial and phytoplankton growth and grazing by heterotrophic protists. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):849-862.

64. Swadling KM, Kawaguchi S, Hosie GW. Antarctic mesozooplankton community structure during BROKE-West (30°E-80°E), January-February 2006. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):887-904.

65. Thomson PG, Davidson AT, van den Enden R, et al. Distribution and abundance of marine microbes in the Southern Ocean between 30 and 80°E. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):815-827.

66. Virtue P, Kawaguchi S, McIvor J, et al. Krill growth and condition in Western Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean 30-80°E in austral summer 2006. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):948-955.

67. Williams G, Nicol S, Aoki S, et al. Surface oceanography of BROKE-West, along the Antarctic margin of the south-west Indian Ocean (30-80oE). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):738-757.

68. Woehler EJ, Raymond B, Boyle A, Stafford A. Seabird assemblages observed during the BROKE-West survey of the Antarctic coastline (30°E-80°E), January - March 2006. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):982-991.

69. Wright SW, van den Enden RL, Pearce I, et al. Phytoplankton community structure and stocks in the Southern Ocean (30-80°E) determined by CHEMTAX analysis of HPLC pigment signatures. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2010 ;57(9-10):758-778.

70. Furdui VI, Tomassini F. Trends and sources of perchlorate in Arctic snow. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010 ;44(2):588-592.

71. Ahlm K, Hassler S, Sjölander P, Eriksson A. Unnatural deaths in reindeer-herding Sami families in Sweden, 1961–2001. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

72. Hansen KL, Melhus M, Lund E. Ethnicity, self-reported health, discrimination and socio-economic status : a study of Sami and non-Sami Norwegian populations. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

73. MacMillan HL, Jamieson E, Walsh C, Boyle M, Crawford A, MacMillan A. The health of Canada’s Aboriginal children : results from the First Nations and Inuit Regional Health Survey. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

74. Pedersen ML, Lynge AR, Jacobsen JL. Micro- and macrovascular complications among Greenlanders and Danes with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Nuuk, Greenland. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

75. Thomas JL, Renner CC, Patten CA, Decker PA, Utermohle CJ, Ebbert JO. Prevalence and correlates of tobacco use among middle and high school students in western Alaska. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

76. Zaborska A, Mietelski JW, Carroll J, Papucci C, Pempkowiak J. Sources and distributions of 137Cs, 238Pu, 239,240Pu radionuclides in the north-western Barents Sea. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 2010 ;101(4):323-331.

77. Dragon K, Marciniak M. Chemical composition of groundwater and surface water in the Arctic environment (Petuniabukta region, central Spitsbergen). Journal of Hydrology. 2010 ;386(1-4):160-172.

78. Hazell SP, Groutides C, Neve BP, Blackburn TM, Bale JS. A comparison of low temperature tolerance traits between closely related aphids from the tropics, temperate zone, and Arctic. J. Insect Physiol. 2010 ;56(2):115-122.

79. Uchida M, Kishimoto A, Muraoka H, et al. Seasonal shift in factors controlling net ecosystem production in a high Arctic terrestrial ecosystem. J. Plant Res. 2010 ;123(1):79-85.

80. Ho J. The implications of Arctic sea ice decline on shipping. Marine Policy. 2010 ;34(3):713-715.

81. Boucher O, Bastien CH, Saint-Amour D, et al. Prenatal exposure to methylmercury and PCBs affects distinct stages of information processing : An event-related potential study with Inuit children. NeuroToxicology. In Press, Uncorrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

82. Bonefeld-Jørgensen EC, Long M. Dioxin-like activity in the blood of Greenlandic Inuit and Danish women : a pilot study. nt J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

83. Crighton EJ, Wilson K, Senécal S. The relationship between socio-economic and geographic factors and asthma among Canada’s Aboriginal populations. nt J Circumpolar Health. 2010 ;69(2).

84. Aars J, Plumb A. Polar bear cubs may reduce chilling from icy water by sitting on mother’s back. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):557-559.

85. Alcaraz M, Almeda R, Calbet A, et al. The role of arctic zooplankton in biogeochemical cycles : respiration and excretion of ammonia and phosphate during summer. Polar Biol. 2010. Available at : http://www.springerlink.com/index/1... [Accédé Avril 6, 2010].

86. Beaulieu M, Thierry A, Handrich Y, et al. Adverse effects of instrumentation in incubating Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). Polar Biol. 2009 ;33(4):485-492.

87. Bester M, Reisinger R. Vagrant Antarctic fur seals at Gough Island in 2009. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):709-711.

88. Brix S, Svavarsson J. Distribution and diversity of desmosomatid and nannoniscid isopods (Crustacea) on the Greenland–Iceland–Faeroe Ridge. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):515-530.

89. Byers T, Smith A, Mallory ML. Diet of black guillemots and northern fulmars breeding beside a High Arctic polynya. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):457-467.

90. Carneiro A, Polito M, Sander M, Trivelpiece W. Abundance and spatial distribution of sympatrically breeding Catharacta spp. (skuas) in Admiralty Bay, King George Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):673-682.

91. Casanova-Katny MA, Zúñiga GE, Corcuera LJ, Bravo L, Alberdi M. Deschampsia antarctica Desv. primary photochemistry performs differently in plants grown in the field and laboratory. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):477-483.

92. Charbonnier Y, Delord K, Thiebot J. King-size fast food for Antarctic fur seals. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):721-724.

93. Christensen-Dalsgaard S, Aars J, Andersen M, Lockyer C, Yoccoz N. Accuracy and precision in estimation of age of Norwegian Arctic polar bears (Ursus maritimus) using dental cementum layers from known-age individuals. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):589-597.

94. Demongin L, Poisbleau M, Rey AR, et al. Geographical variation in egg size dimorphism in rockhopper penguins. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):469-476.

95. Dvoretsky V, Dvoretsky A. Mesozooplankton structure in Dolgaya Bay (Barents Sea). Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):703-708.

96. Folkow LP, Nordøy ES, Blix AS. Remarkable development of diving performance and migrations of hooded seals (Cystophora cristata) during their first year of life. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):433-441.

97. Jensen S, Aars J, Lydersen C, Kovacs K, Åsbakk K. The prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in polar bears and their marine mammal prey : evidence for a marine transmission pathway ? Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):599-606.

98. Kiko R. Acquisition of freeze protection in a sea-ice crustacean through horizontal gene transfer ? Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):543-556.

99. Liu S, Lee H, Kang P, et al. Complementary DNA library construction and expressed sequence tag analysis of an Arctic moss, Aulacomnium turgidum. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):617-626.

100. Loque C, Medeiros A, Pellizzari F, et al. Fungal community associated with marine macroalgae from Antarctica. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):641-648.

101. Lynch HJ, Fagan WF, Naveen R. Population trends and reproductive success at a frequently visited penguin colony on the western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):493-503.

102. Marks EJ, Rodrigo AG, Brunton DH. Using logistic regression models to predict breeding success in male Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). Polar Biol. 2010. Available at : http://www.springerlink.com/index/1... [Accédé Avril 6, 2010].

103. Matallanas J. Description of two new genera, Santelmoa and Bentartia and two new species of Zoarcidae (Teleostei, Perciformes) from the Southern Ocean. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(5):659-672.

104. Osyczka P, Kukwa M, Olech M. Notes on the lichen genus Lepraria from maritime (South Shetlands) and continental (Schirmacher and Bunger Oases) Antarctica. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):627-634.

105. Peters K, Amsler C, McClintock J, Baker B. Potential chemical defenses of Antarctic sponges against sympatric microorganisms. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):649-658.

106. Prach K, Košnar J, Klimešová J, Hais M. High Arctic vegetation after 70 years : a repeated analysis from Svalbard. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):635-639.

107. Reisinger RR, McIntyre T, Bester MN. Goose barnacles hitchhike on satellite-tracked southern elephant seals. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):561-564.

108. Reisinger RR, Bruyn PJN, Pistorius PA, Bester MN. Antarctic fur seal predation on cephalopods at Marion Island. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):571-574.

109. Roleda M, Lüder U, Wiencke C. UV-susceptibility of zoospores of the brown macroalga Laminaria digitata from Spitsbergen. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):577-588.

110. Sejr MK, W ?odarska-Kowalczuk M, Lege ?y ?ska J, Blicher ME. Macrobenthic species composition and diversity in the Godthaabsfjord system, SW Greenland. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):421-431.

111. Torp M, Olofsson J, Witzell J, Baxter R. Snow-induced changes in dwarf birch chemistry increase moth larval growth rate and level of herbivory. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):693-702.

112. Tsuyuzaki S, Sento N, Fukuda M. Baidzharakhs (relic mounds) increase plant community diversity by interrupting zonal vegetation distribution along the Arctic Sea, northern Siberia. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):565-570.

113. Vinocur A, Maidana NI. Spatial and temporal variations in moss-inhabiting summer diatom communities from Potter Peninsula (King George Island, Antarctica). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):443-455.

114. Viviant M, Trites A, Rosen D, Monestiez P, Guinet C. Prey capture attempts can be detected in Steller sea lions and other marine predators using accelerometers. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):713-719.

115. Yom-Tov Y, Kjellander P, Yom-Tov S, Mortensen P, Andrén H. Body size in the Eurasian lynx in Sweden : dependence on prey availability. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):505-513.

116. Yuan L, Sun L, Long N, et al. Seabirds colonized Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, Arctic 9,400 years ago. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):683-691.

117. Zelaya D. New species of Thyasira, Mendicula, and Axinulus (Bivalvia, Thyasiroidea) from Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic waters. Polar Biology. 2010 ;33(5):607-616.

118. Zeng Y, Zheng T, Yu Y, Chen B, He J. Relationships between Arctic and Antarctic Shewanella strains evaluated by a polyphasic taxonomic approach. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(4):531-541.

119. Barr W. The Retreat from Zemlya Frantsa-Iosifa [Franz Josef Land] : The Diary of Lieutenant Carl Weyprecht of the Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition, 20 May ?3 September 1874. Polar Record. 2010 ;First View:1-29.

120. Hemmings AD, Stephens T. The Extended Continental Shelves of Sub-Antarctic Islands : Implications for Antarctic Governance. Polar Record. 2010 ;First View:1-16.

121. Maher PT, Lemelin RH. Northern Exposure : Opportunities and Challenges for Tourism Development in Torngat Mountains National Park, Labrador, Canada. Polar Record. 2010 ;First View:1-6.

122. Gardiner K, Dick TA. Arctic cephalopod distributions and their associated predators. Polar Research. 2010 ;9999(9999). Available at : http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-83... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

123. Heide-Jørgensen M, Laidre K, Borchers D, et al. The effect of sea-ice loss on beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in West Greenland. Polar Research. 2010 ;9999(9999). Available at : http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-83... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

124. Mikkelsen DM, Witkowski A. Melting sea ice for taxonomic analysis : a comparison of four melting procedures. Polar Research. 2010 ;9999(9999). Available at : http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-83... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

125. Núñez-Riboni I, Fahrbach E. An observation of the banded structure of the Antarctic Coastal Current at the prime meridian. Polar Research. 2010 ;9999(9999). Available at : http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-83... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

126. Sankelo P, Haapala J, Heiler I, Rinne E. Melt pond formation and temporal evolution at the drifting station Tara during summer 2007. Polar Research. 2010 ;9999(9999). Available at : http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-83... [Accédé Mai 3, 2010].

127. Altmaier M, Herpers U, Delisle G, Merchel S, Ott U. Glaciation history of Queen Maud Land (Antarctica) reconstructed from in-situ produced cosmogenic 10Be, 26Al and 21Ne. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(1):42-61.

128. Nagano A, Michida Y, Odamaki M, Suzuki K, Ogata J. Seiches in Lützow-Holm Bay, Antarctica. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(1):34-41.

129. Stastna V. Spatio-temporal changes in surface air temperature in the region of the northern Antarctic Peninsula and south Shetland islands during 1950-2003. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(1):18-33.

130. Tomita M, Masuzawa T. Reproductive mode of Polygonum viviparum depends on environment. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(1):62-70.

131. Trevors J, Kevan P, Tam L. Microbial diversity across a Canadian sub-Arctic, isostatically rebounding, soil transect. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(1):81-91.

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