BiblioAlerte Mai 2012

Publié le 31.05.2012 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres de revues :

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Jawak, S. D. & Luis, A. J. Synergistic Use of Multitemporal RAMP, ICESat and GPS to Construct an Accurate DEM of the Larsemann Hills region, Antarctica. Advances in Space Research doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.05.004
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Chong, C. w., Pearce, D. a., Convey, P. & Tan, I. k. p. The identification of environmental parameters which could influence soil bacterial community composition on the Antarctic Peninsula - a statistical approach. Antarctic Science 24, 249–258 (2012).
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Evans, C. W. et al. Synthesis and recycling of antifreeze glycoproteins in polar fishes. Antarctic Science 24, 259–268 (2012).
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Fernández-Carazo, R., Namsaraev, Z., Mano, M.-J., Ertz, D. & Wilmotte, A. Cyanobacterial diversity for an anthropogenic impact assessment in the Sør Rondane Mountains area, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 229–242 (2012).
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Heldmann, J. l. et al. Formation and evolution of buried snowpack deposits in Pearse Valley, Antarctica, and implications for Mars. Antarctic Science 24, 299–316 (2012).
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Li, R. x., Xiao, C. d., Sneed, S. b. & Yan, M. A continuous 293-year record of volcanic events in an ice core from Lambert Glacier basin, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 293–298 (2012).
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McKay, C. P. Full solar spectrum measurements of absorption of light in a sample of the Beacon Sandstone containing the Antarctic cryptoendolithic microbial community. Antarctic Science 24, 243–248 (2012).
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Schroeter, B. et al. The moss Bryum argenteum var. muticum Brid. is well adapted to cope with high light in continental Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 281–291 (2012).
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Tamppari, L. k. et al. Effects of extreme cold and aridity on soils and habitability : McMurdo Dry Valleys as an analogue for the Mars Phoenix landing site. Antarctic Science 24, 211–228 (2012).
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Wakefield, E. D., Phillips, R. A. & Belchier, M. Foraging black-browed albatrosses target waters overlaying moraine banks - a consequence of upward benthic-pelagic coupling ? Antarctic Science 24, 269–280 (2012).
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Alix, C., Hare, P. G., Andrews, T. D. & MacKay, G. A Thousand Years of Lost Hunting Arrows : Wood Analysis of Ice Patch Remains in Northwestern Canada. ARCTIC 65, 95–117 (2012).
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Andrews, T. D. et al. Alpine Ice Patches and Shúhtagot’ine Land Use in the Mackenzie and Selwyn Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 22–42 (2012).
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Andrews, T. D., MacKay, G. & Andrew, L. Archaeological Investigations of Alpine Ice Patches in the Selwyn Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 1–21 (2012).
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Callanan, M. Central Norwegian Snow Patch Archaeology : Patterns Past and Present. ARCTIC 65, 178–188 (2012).
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Galloway, J. M. et al. Diet and Habitat of Mountain Woodland Caribou Inferred from Dung Preserved in 5000-year-old Alpine Ice in the Selwyn Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 59–79 (2012).
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Greer, S. & Strand, D. Cultural Landscapes, Past and Present, and the South Yukon Ice Patches. ARCTIC 65, 136–152 (2012).
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Hafner, A. Archaeological Discoveries on Schnidejoch and at Other Ice Sites in the European Alps. ARCTIC 65, 189–202 (2012).
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Hare, P. G., Thomas, C. D., Topper, T. N. & Gotthardt, R. M. The Archaeology of Yukon Ice Patches : New Artifacts, Observations, and Insights. ARCTIC 65, 118–135 (2012).
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Lee, C. M. Withering Snow and Ice in the Mid-latitudes : A New Archaeological and Paleobiological Record for the Rocky Mountain Region. ARCTIC 65, 165–177 (2012).
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Letts, B. et al. Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic Continuity in Mountain Woodland Caribou of the Mackenzie and Selwyn Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 80–94 (2012).
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Meulendyk, T., Moorman, B. J., Andrews, T. D. & MacKay, G. Morphology and Development of Ice Patches in Northwest Territories, Canada. ARCTIC 65, 43–58 (2012).
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VanderHoek, R., Dixon, E. J., Jarman, N. L. & Tedor, R. M. Ice Patch Archaeology in Alaska : 2000 – 10. ARCTIC 65, 153–164 (2012).
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Campbell, D. & Bergeron, J. Natural Revegetation of Winter Roads on Peatlands in the Hudson Bay Lowland, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44, 155–163 (2012).
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Grabiec, M., Budzik, T. & G ?owacki, P. Modeling and Hindcasting of the Mass Balance of Werenskioldbreen (Southern Svalbard). Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44, 164–179 (2012).
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Pope, S., Copland, L. & Mueller, D. Loss of Multiyear Landfast Sea Ice from Yelverton Bay, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44, 210–221 (2012).
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Andersen ?, S. et al. Vitamin D changes in an Arctic Inuit society in transition. Bone 50, Supplement 1, S104–S105 (2012).
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Huang, H., Polat, A., Fryer, B. J., Appel, P. W. U. & Windley, B. F. Geochemistry of the Mesoarchean Fiskenæsset Complex at Majorqap qâva, SW Greenland : Evidence for two different magma compositions. Chemical Geology 314–317, 66–82 (2012).
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Albani, S., Mahowald, N., Delmonte, B., Maggi, V. & Winckler, G. Comparing modeled and observed changes in mineral dust transport and deposition to Antarctica between the Last Glacial Maximum and current climates. Climate Dynamics 38, 1731–1755 (2012).
29.
Higgins, M. & Cassano, J. Northern Alaskan land surface response to reduced Arctic sea ice extent. Climate Dynamics 38, 2099–2113 (2012).
30.
Liess, S., Snyder, P. & Harding, K. The effects of boreal forest expansion on the summer Arctic frontal zone. Climate Dynamics 38, 1805–1827 (2012).
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Bonnaventure, P. P. & Lewkowicz, A. G. Permafrost probability modeling above and below treeline, Yukon, Canada. Cold Regions Science and Technology 79–80, 92–106 (2012).
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Peci, L. M., Berrocoso, M., Páez, R., Fernández-Ros, A. & de Gil, A. IESID : Automatic system for monitoring ground deformation on the Deception Island volcano (Antarctica). Computers & Geosciences doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2012.05.004
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Morgan, A. & Neal, L. Aspects of reproductive ecology and benthic–pelagic coupling in the sub-antarctic sea cucumber Pseudostichopus mollis (Theel). Continental Shelf Research doi:10.1016/j.csr.2012.04.013
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Gandhi, N. et al. Zonal variability in primary production and nitrogen uptake rates in the southwestern Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.05.003
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Kawaguchi, Y., Itoh, M. & Nishino, S. Detailed survey of a large baroclinic eddy with extremely high temperatures in the western canada basin. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2012.04.006
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Ma, Y., Shen, B., Sun, R., Zhou, W. & Zhang, Y. Lead(II) biosorption of an Antarctic sea-ice bacterial exopolysaccharide. Desalination and Water Treatment 42, 202–209 (2012).
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van Aerde, M. A. et al. Glycemic index and glycemic load in relation to glucose intolerance among Greenland’s Inuit population. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice doi:10.1016/j.diabres.2012.05.005
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Gladstone, R. M. et al. Calibrated prediction of Pine Island Glacier retreat during the 21st and 22nd centuries with a coupled flowline model. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 333–334, 191–199 (2012).
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Larrasoaña, J. C. et al. Magnetotactic bacterial response to Antarctic dust supply during the Palaeocene–Eocene thermal maximum. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 333–334, 122–133 (2012).
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Yates, C. N., Wootton, B. C. & Murphy, S. D. Performance assessment of arctic tundra municipal wastewater treatment wetlands through an arctic summer. Ecological Engineering 44, 160–173 (2012).
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O’Concubhair, R., O’Sullivan, D. & Sodeau, J. R. Dark Oxidation of Dissolved Gaseous Mercury in Polar Ice Mimics. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 4829–4836 (2012).
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Parker, R. W. R. & Tyedmers, P. H. Life Cycle Environmental Impacts of Three Products Derived from Wild-Caught Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba). Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 4958–4965 (2012).
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Bechshøft, T. Ø. et al. Measuring environmental stress in East Greenland polar bears, 1892–1927 and 1988–2009 : What does hair cortisol tell us ? Environment International 45, 15–21 (2012).
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Bechshøft, T. Ø. et al. Associations between complex OHC mixtures and thyroid and cortisol hormone levels in East Greenland polar bears. Environmental Research 116, 26–35 (2012).
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Schapira, M., McQuaid, C. D. & Froneman, P. W. Free-living and particle-associated prokaryote metabolism in giant kelp forests : Implications for carbon flux in a sub-Antarctic coastal area. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2012.04.031
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Alvarez, N., Manel, S. & Schmitt, T. Contrasting diffusion of Quaternary gene pools across Europe : The case of the arctic–alpine Gentiana nivalis L. (Gentianaceae). Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants doi:10.1016/j.flora.2012.03.006
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Tojo, M. et al. Pythium polare, a new heterothallic oomycete causing brown discolouration of Sanionia uncinata in the Arctic and Antarctic. Fungal Biology doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2012.04.005
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Chylek, P. et al. Greenland ice core evidence for spatial and temporal variability of the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Jakobson, E. et al. Validation of atmospheric reanalyses over the central Arctic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Makinson, K., King, M. A., Nicholls, K. W. & Hilmar Gudmundsson, G. Diurnal and semidiurnal tide-induced lateral movement of Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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McCarthy, G. D. et al. On the sub-decadal variability of South Atlantic Antarctic Intermediate Water. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Moholdt, G., Wouters, B. & Gardner, A. S. Recent mass changes of glaciers in the Russian High Arctic. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Moore, G. W. K. Decadal variability and a recent amplification of the summer Beaufort Sea High. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Ogi, M. & Wallace, J. M. The role of summer surface wind anomalies in the summer Arctic sea ice extent in 2010 and 2011. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Orsi, A. J., Cornuelle, B. D. & Severinghaus, J. P. Little Ice Age cold interval in West Antarctica : Evidence from borehole temperature at the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) Divide. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Velicogna, I., Tong, J., Zhang, T. & Kimball, J. S. Increasing subsurface water storage in discontinuous permafrost areas of the Lena River basin, Eurasia, detected from GRACE. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Weijer, W., Maltrud, M. E., Hecht, M. W., Dijkstra, H. A. & Kliphuis, M. A. Response of the Atlantic Ocean circulation to Greenland Ice Sheet melting in a strongly-eddying ocean model. Geophysical Research Letters 39, (2012).
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Ross, J. I., McIntosh, W. C. & Dunbar, N. W. Development of a precise and accurate age-depth model based on 40Ar/39Ar dating of volcanic material in the ANDRILL (1B) drill core, Southern McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.05.005
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Bishop, J. L. et al. Coordinated analyses of Antarctic sediments as Mars analog materials using reflectance spectroscopy and current flight-like instruments for CheMin, SAM and MOMA. Icarus doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.05.014
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Markúsdóttir, M., Heiðmarsson, S., Eyþórsdóttir, A., Magnússon, K. P. & Vilhelmsson, O. The natural and anthropogenic microbiota of Glerá, a sub-arctic river in northeastern Iceland. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation doi:10.1016/j.ibiod.2012.04.001
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Tagesson, T. et al. High-resolution satellite data reveal an increase in peak growing season gross primary production in a high-Arctic wet tundra ecosystem 1992–2008. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 18, 407–416 (2012).
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Purich, A. & Son, S.-W. Impact of Antarctic Ozone Depletion and Recovery on Southern Hemisphere Precipitation, Evaporation, and Extreme Changes. Journal of Climate 25, 3145–3154 (2012).
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Sinclair, K. E., Bertler, N. A. N. & van Ommen, T. D. Twentieth-Century Surface Temperature Trends in the Western Ross Sea, Antarctica : Evidence from a High-Resolution Ice Core. Journal of Climate 25, 3629–3636 (2012).
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Borisova, A. Y., Toutain, J.-P., Stefansson, A., Gouy, S. & de Parseval, P. Processes controlling the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull explosive eruption. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
65.
Buizert, C. et al. In situ cosmogenic radiocarbon production and 2-D ice flow line modeling for an Antarctic blue ice area. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
66.
Clausen, L. B. N. et al. Large-scale observations of a subauroral polarization stream by midlatitude SuperDARN radars : Instantaneous longitudinal velocity         variations. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 11 PP. (2012).
67.
Dierking, W., Linow, S. & Rack, W. Toward a robust retrieval of snow accumulation over the Antarctic ice sheet using satellite radar. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
68.
Dmitrenko, I. A., Kirillov, S. A., Bloshkina, E. & Lenn, Y.-D. Tide-induced vertical mixing in the Laptev Sea coastal polynya. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
69.
Gimbert, F., Jourdain, N. C., Marsan, D., Weiss, J. & Barnier, B. Recent mechanical weakening of the Arctic sea ice cover as revealed from larger inertial oscillations. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Goff, J. A., Lawson, D. E., Willems, B. A., Davis, M. & Gulick, S. P. S. Morainal bank progradation and sediment accumulation in Disenchantment Bay, Alaska : Response to advancing Hubbard Glacier. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Grocott, A., Milan, S. E., Imber, S. M., Lester, M. & Yeoman, T. K. A quantitative deconstruction of the morphology of high-latitude ionospheric convection. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 16 PP. (2012).
72.
Hakuba, M. Z., Folini, D., Wild, M. & Schär, C. Impact of Greenland’s topographic height on precipitation and snow accumulation in idealized simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
73.
Joughin, I. et al. Seasonal to decadal scale variations in the surface velocity of Jakobshavn Isbrae, Greenland : Observation and model-based analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Kinrade, J. et al. Ionospheric scintillation over Antarctica during the storm of 5–6 April 2010. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 23 PP. (2012).
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Montes-Hugo, M. A. & Yuan, X. Climate patterns and phytoplankton dynamics in Antarctic latent heat polynyas. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
76.
Mueller, R. D. et al. Impact of tide-topography interactions on basal melting of Larsen C Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
77.
Nicolls, M. J., Vadas, S. L., Meriwether, J. W., Conde, M. G. & Hampton, D. The phases and amplitudes of gravity waves propagating and dissipating in the thermosphere : Application to measurements over         Alaska. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 18 PP. (2012).
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Osafune, S. & Yasuda, I. Numerical study on the impact of the 18.6-year period nodal tidal cycle on water masses in the subarctic North Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
79.
Oyama, S., Kurihara, J., Watkins, B. J., Tsuda, T. T. & Takahashi, T. Temporal variations of the ion-neutral collision frequency from EISCAT observations in the polar lower ionosphere during periods         of geomagnetic disturbances. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 10 PP. (2012).
80.
Randall, K. et al. First measurements of nitrous oxide in Arctic sea ice. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
81.
Richter, K., Nilsen, J. E. ø. & Drange, H. Contributions to sea level variability along the Norwegian coast for 1960–2010. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
82.
Rinke, A. et al. Evaluation of atmospheric boundary layer–surface process relationships in a regional climate model along an East Antarctic traverse. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
83.
Rogozhina, I. et al. Effects of uncertainties in the geothermal heat flux distribution on the Greenland Ice Sheet : An assessment of existing heat flow models. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Rösel, A. & Kaleschke, L. Exceptional melt pond occurrence in the years 2007 and 2011 on the Arctic sea ice revealed from MODIS satellite data. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
85.
Saenz, B. T. & Arrigo, K. R. Simulation of a sea ice ecosystem using a hybrid model for slush layer desalination. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
86.
Salby, M. L., Titova, E. A. & Deschamps, L. Changes of the Antarctic ozone hole : Controlling mechanisms, seasonal predictability, and evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
87.
Seefeldt, M. W. & Cassano, J. J. A description of the Ross Ice Shelf air stream (RAS) through the use of self-organizing maps (SOMs). Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Tournadre, J., Girard-Ardhuin, F. & Legrésy, B. Antarctic icebergs distributions, 2002–2010. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
89.
Trusel, L. D., Frey, K. E. & Das, S. B. Antarctic surface melting dynamics : Enhanced perspectives from radar scatterometer data. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Voisin, D. et al. Carbonaceous species and humic like substances (HULIS) in Arctic snowpack during OASIS field campaign in Barrow. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, (2012).
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Weygand, J. M. et al. Comparison between SuperDARN flow vectors and equivalent ionospheric currents from ground magnetometer arrays. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 9 PP. (2012).
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Wilder, F. D., Crowley, G., Anderson, B. J. & Richmond, A. D. Intense dayside Joule heating during the 5 April 2010 geomagnetic storm recovery phase observed by AMIE and AMPERE. J. Geophys. Res. 117, 14 PP. (2012).
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Wåhlström, I., Omstedt, A., Björk, G. & Anderson, L. G. Modelling the CO2 dynamics in the Laptev Sea, Arctic Ocean : Part I. Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.05.001
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Kelly, P. J. et al. Rapid chemical evolution of tropospheric volcanic emissions from Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, based on observations of ozone and halogen-containing gases. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.04.023
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Loreto, M. F. & Tinivella, U. Gas hydrate versus geological features : The South Shetland case study. Marine and Petroleum Geology doi:10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2012.04.005
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Kattner, G., Graeve, M. & Hagen, W. Energy reserves of Southern Ocean copepods : Triacylglycerols with unusually long-chain monounsaturated fatty acids. Marine Chemistry doi:10.1016/j.marchem.2012.05.002
97.
Andersen, Ø. Hemoglobin polymorphisms in Atlantic cod – A review of 50 years of study. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.03.005
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Coscia, M. R., Giacomelli, S. & Oreste, U. Allelic polymorphism of Immunoglobulin heavy chain genes in the Antarctic teleost Trematomus bernacchii. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.04.002
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di Prisco, G. et al. Understanding and protecting the world’s biodiversity : The role and legacy of the SCAR programme ‘Evolution and Biodiversity in the Antarctic’. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.04.001
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Vallesi, A. et al. Coding genes and molecular structures of the diffusible signalling proteins (pheromones) of the polar ciliate, Euplotes nobilii. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.03.004
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Hogan, K. A., Dowdeswell, J. A. & Cofaigh, C. Ó. Glacimarine sedimentary processes and depositional environments in an embayment fed by West Greenland ice streams. Marine Geology doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2012.04.006
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Cubillos, J. C., Henderiks, J., Beaufort, L., Howard, W. R. & Hallegraeff, G. M. Reconstructing calcification in ancient coccolithophores : Individual coccolith weight and morphology of Coccolithus pelagicus (sensu lato). Marine Micropaleontology doi:10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.04.005
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Konfirst, M. A., Scherer, R. P., Hillenbrand, C.-D. & Kuhn, G. A marine diatom record from the Amundsen Sea – Insights into oceanographic and climatic response to the Mid-Pleistocene Transition in the West Antarctic sector of the Southern Ocean. Marine Micropaleontology doi:10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.05.001
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Pauly, S., Mutterlose, J. & Alsen, P. Early Cretaceous palaeoceanography of the Greenland–Norwegian Seaway evidenced by calcareous nannofossils. Marine Micropaleontology 90–91, 72–85 (2012).
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Riggins, C. W. & Seigler, D. S. The genus Artemisia (Asteraceae : Anthemideae) at a continental crossroads : Molecular insights into migrations, disjunctions, and reticulations among Old and New World species from a Beringian perspective. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2012.05.003
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Hellmer, H. H., Kauker, F., Timmermann, R., Determann, J. & Rae, J. Twenty-first-century warming of a large Antarctic ice-shelf cavity by a redirected coastal current. Nature 485, 225–228 (2012).
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Kort, E. A. et al. Atmospheric observations of Arctic Ocean methane emissions up to 82[deg] north. Nature Geoscience 5, 318–321 (2012).
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Valera, B. et al. Cardiac autonomic activity and blood pressure among Inuit children exposed to mercury. NeuroToxicology doi:10.1016/j.neuro.2012.05.005
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Aramaki, T. et al. Development of large format Si(Li) detectors for the GAPS dark matter experiment. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A : Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 682, 90–96 (2012).
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Tiller, R. Regime formation at the agenda formation stage analyzed from a Futuristic plankton perspective. Ocean & Coastal Management doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2012.04.010
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Kuhlbrodt, T., Smith, R. S., Wang, Z. & Gregory, J. M. The influence of eddy parameterizations on the transport of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current in coupled climate models. Ocean Modelling doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2012.04.006
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Andersson, R. A. & Meyers, P. A. Effect of climate change on delivery and degradation of lipid biomarkers in a Holocene peat sequence in the Eastern European Russian Arctic. Organic Geochemistry doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2012.05.002
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Cristini, L., Grosfeld, K., Butzin, M. & Lohmann, G. Influence of the opening of the Drake Passage on the Cenozoic Antarctic Ice Sheet : A modeling approach. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.04.023
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Aslam, S. et al. Dissolved extracellular polymeric substances (dEPS) dynamics and bacterial growth during sea ice formation in an ice tank study. Polar Biology 35, 661–676 (2012).
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Barbosa, A., Palacios, M., Valera, F. & Martínez, A. Geographic variation in beak colouration in gentoo penguins Pygoscelis papua Polar Biology 35, 725–731 (2012).
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Charvet, S., Vincent, W. & Lovejoy, C. Chrysophytes and other protists in High Arctic lakes : molecular gene surveys, pigment signatures and microscopy. Polar Biology 35, 733–748 (2012).
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Chaulk, K. & Mahoney, M. Does spring ice cover influence nest initiation date and clutch size in common eiders ? Polar Biology 35, 645–653 (2012).
118.
Gambardella, C. et al. Presence and distribution of serotonin in the stomach of the Antarctic silverfish Pleuragramma antarcticum Polar Biology 35, 795–799 (2012).
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Giesecke, R. & González, H. Distribution and feeding of chaetognaths in the epipelagic zone of the Lazarev Sea (Antarctica) during austral summer. Polar Biology 35, 689–703 (2012).
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Komárek, J., Nedbalová, L. & Hauer, T. Phylogenetic position and taxonomy of three heterocytous cyanobacteria dominating the littoral of deglaciated lakes, James Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 759–774 (2012).
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La Mesa, M., Catalano, B. & Greco, S. Some biological characteristics of early larvae Dacodraco hunteri (Notothenioidei : Channichthyidae) in the western Ross Sea. Polar Biology 35, 655–660 (2012).
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Lenky, C., Eisert, R., Oftedal, O. & Metcalf, V. Proximate composition and energy density of nototheniid and myctophid fish in McMurdo Sound and the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 717–724 (2012).
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Miyazaki, T. & Iwami, T. Molecular cloning of cDNA encoding red opsin gene in the retinas of five Antarctic notothenioid fishes. Polar Biology 35, 775–783 (2012).
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Ortega-Retuerta, E., Jeffrey, W., Ghiglione, J. & Joux, F. Evidence of heterotrophic prokaryotic activity limitation by nitrogen in the Western Arctic Ocean during summer. Polar Biology 35, 785–794 (2012).
125.
Santora, J. Habitat use of hourglass dolphins near the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 801–806 (2012).
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Snell, K., Brickle, P. & Wolfaardt, A. Refining Tori lines to further reduce seabird mortality associated with demersal trawlers in the South Atlantic. Polar Biology 35, 677–687 (2012).
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Tandberg, A. et al. Exitomelita sigynae gen. et sp. nov. : a new amphipod from the Arctic Loki Castle vent field with potential gill ectosymbionts. Polar Biology 35, 705–716 (2012).
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Zucconi, L. et al. Searching for eukaryotic life preserved in Antarctic permafrost. Polar Biology 35, 749–757 (2012).
129.
Brown-Leonardi, C. J. Notions of property : traditional land use and boundaries in the Deh Cho region. Polar Record 48, 249–254 (2012).
130.
Bulkeley, R. Pavel Rozhkov and Slava. ‘The first Soviet whalers in the Antarctic’. Polar Record 48, 259–268 (2012).
131.
Fossland, T. M. Highly skilled migration in the urban Arctic : a Norwegian case study on skilled migrant labour market integration. Polar Record 48, 254–258 (2012).
132.
Jensen, J. F. & Krause, T. Wehrmacht occupations in the new world : archaeological and historical investigations in Northeast Greenland. Polar Record 48, 269–279 (2012).
133.
Lähteenmäki, M. Scholars discover local history : the case of northeast Lapland in the 18th century. Polar Record 48, 291–303 (2012).
134.
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