BiblioAlerte Novembre 2010

Publié le 08.11.2010 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres des revues

1. Alencar AS, Evangelista H, Dos Santos EA, et al. Potential source regions of biogenic aerosol number concentration apportioning at King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):580-588.  

2. Bona P, de la Fuente MS, Reguero MA. Short Note : New fossil turtle remains from the Eocene of the Antarctic Peninsula. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):531-532.  

3. Convey P, Key R, Key R. The establishment of a new ecological guild of pollinating insects on sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):508-512.  

4. de Souza Carvalho JV, de Sá Mendonça E, Barbosa RT, et al. Impact of expected global warming on C mineralization in maritime Antarctic soils : results of laboratory experiments. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):485-493.  

5. Dieser M, Nocker A, Priscu JC, Foreman CM. Viable microbes in ice : application of molecular assays to McMurdo Dry Valley lake ice communities. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):470-476.  

6. Hobbs W, Raphael M. The Pacific zonal asymmetry and its influence on Southern Hemisphere sea ice variability. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):559-571.  

7. Lee H, Kim JH, Park M, et al. Reference genes validation for qPCR normalization in Deschampsia antarctica during abiotic stresses. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):477-484.  

8. Lévêque J, Maggi A, Souriau A. Seismological constraints on ice properties at Dome C, Antarctica, from horizontal to vertical spectral ratios. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):572-579.  

9. Martin AP, Cooper AF. Post 3.9 Ma fault activity within the West Antarctic rift system : onshore evidence from Gandalf Ridge, Mount Morning eruptive centre, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):513-521.  

10. Rickard GJ, Roberts MJ, Williams MJ, Dunn A, Smith MH. Mean circulation and hydrography in the Ross Sea sector, Southern Ocean : representation in numerical models. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):533-558.  

11. Ruberto L, Vazquez SC, Dias RL, et al. Small-scale studies towards a rational use of bioaugmentation in an Antarctic hydrocarbon-contaminated soil. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):463-469.  

12. Taboada S, García-Fernández LF, Bueno S, et al. Antitumoural activity in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic benthic organisms. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):494-507.  

13. Vaughan AP. The future of ocean drilling in the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):461.  

14. Wagner B, Ortlepp S, Kenig F, Doran PT, Melles M. Palaeoenvironmental implications derived from a piston core from east lobe Bonney, Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010 ;22(05):522-530.  

15. Dowsley M. The value of a polar bear : evaluating the role of a multiple-use resource in the Nunavut mixed economy. Arctic Anthropol. 2010 ;47(1):39-56.  

16. Mao R, Ho C, Shao Y, Gong D, Kim J. Influence of Arctic Oscillation on Dust Activity over Northeast Asia. Atmospheric Environment. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VH3-517YNCC-2/2/49866a7b74fb7b030f4889421d27cc98 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

17. Aksnes V. A panel method for modelling level ice actions on moored ships. Part 2 : Simulations. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V86-517YN28-2/2/9806cf70d76c5ca5d8125e8cb3af0d6f [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

18. Liu Z, Amdahl J, Løset S. Plasticity based material modelling of ice and its application to ship-iceberg impacts. Cold Regions Science and Technology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V86-517YN28-1/2/39dad6add27e96b6e4db0d6535b065c8 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

19. Nomura D, Eicken H, Gradinger R, Shirasawa K. Rapid physically driven inversion of the air-sea ice CO2 flux in the seasonal landfast ice off Barrow, Alaska after onset of surface melt. Continental Shelf Research. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VBJ-5161PGD-1/2/446616232b46a6cda0512b1bdc9df5e5 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

20. Archer S, Safi K, Hall A, Cummings D, Harvey M. Grazing suppression of dimethylsulphoniopropionate (DMSP) accumulation in iron-fertilised, sub-Antarctic waters. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-9/2/b8c8d80d75c6d30761208deca0354471 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

21. De Broyer C, Danis B. How many species in the Southern Ocean ? Towards a dynamic inventory of the Antarctic marine species. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-515SRB9-6/2/c62cf2d90d57f9c8584d92a9a22deac7 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

22. Díaz A, Féral J, David B, Saucède T, Poulin E. Evolutionary pathways among shallow and deep-sea echinoids of the genus Sterechinus in the Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-1/2/0ff5c45d83c69c9ab0b40040d78c38bf [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

23. Griffiths HJ, Danis B, Clarke A. Quantifying Antarctic marine biodiversity : The SCAR-MarBIN data portal. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-5161P7S-2/2/084c5a56434ae5dcb0a11553fdc7ede7 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

24. Hadfield MG. Expected and observed conditions during the SAGE Iron Addition experiment in Sub-Antarctic Waters. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-3/2/f9978a56d545d0801727aaee4c5b1550 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

25. Harvey MJ, Law CS, Smith MJ, et al. The SOLAS air-sea gas exchange experiment (SAGE) 2004. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-2/2/fe3ebe2f6d997b89101061f116703723 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

26. Kuparinen J, Hall J, Ellwood M, et al. Bacterioplankton responses to iron enrichment during the SAGE experiment. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-7/2/7ad619d46ff0e005334c94f78ba75fdf [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

27. Law C, Smith M, Stevens C, et al. Did dilution limit the phytoplankton response to iron addition in HNLCLSi Sub-Antarctic waters during SAGE ? Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-5/2/ecb6ec5053aaaadfedea27ab82bc5012 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

28. Lewis M, Tison J, Weissling B, et al. Sea ice and snow cover characteristics during the winter-spring transition in the Bellingshausen Sea : An overview of SIMBA 2007. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-F/2/86db4d3be5afb19642d3c775d97f08f9 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

29. Mark O’Loughlin P, Paulay G, Davey N, Michonneau F. The Antarctic Region as a marine biodiversity hotspot for echinoderms : Diversity and diversification of sea cucumbers. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-516666C-1/2/6a0277c2fe336f0709d59b86193e0673 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

30. Nakayama C, Kuhn E, Araújo A, et al. Revealing archaeal diversity patterns and methane fluxes in Admiralty Bay, King George Island, and their association to Brazilian Antarctic Station activities. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-51696SX-1/2/de09fed076080e6966f0488da12139c3 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

31. Olguín HF, A. Alder V. Species composition and biogeography of diatoms in antarctic and subantarctic (Argentine shelf) waters (37-76°S). Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-514R65P-1/2/1cfaebf54d12706615df3a5db6e7d9c3 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

32. Peloquin J, Hall J, Safi K, et al. Control of the phytoplankton response during the SAGE experiment : A synthesis. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-6/2/befa861cc5594b3eb7ee6735a761ad0f [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

33. Peloquin J, Hall J, Safi K, et al. The response of phytoplankton to iron enrichment in Sub-Antarctic HNLCLSi waters : Results from the SAGE experiment. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-517BB34-8/2/e0464cb30deda2e6c00cf01298a8d9f8 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

34. Schrödl M, Bohn J, Brenke N, Rolán E, Schwabe E. Abundance, diversity, and latitudinal gradients of southeastern Atlantic and Antarctic abyssal gastropods. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-515SRB9-7/2/f1d98aba946cdb3628ecb9151c3660a2 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

35. Stammerjohn S, Maksym T, Heil P, et al. The influence of winds, sea-surface temperature and precipitation anomalies on antarctic regional sea-ice conditions during IPY 2007. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VGC-519212P-1/2/4b1844ebaa98a25c637c35d7dee0c4d1 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

36. Ballard G, Toniolo V, Ainley DG, et al. Responding to climate change : Adélie Penguins confront astronomical and ocean boundaries. Ecology. 2010 ;91(7):2056-2069.  

37. Gantner N, Muir DC, Power M, et al. Mercury concentrations in landlocked Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) from the Canadian Arctic. Part II : influence of lake biotic and abiotic characteristics on geographic trends in 27 populations. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 2010 ;29(3):633-643.  

38. Gantner N, Power M, Iqaluk D, et al. Mercury concentrations in landlocked Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) from the Canadian Arctic. Part I : insights from trophic relationships in 18 lakes. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 2010 ;29(3):621-632.  

39. Gigliotti JC, Davenport MP, Beamer SK, Tou JC, Jaczynski J. Extraction and characterisation of lipids from Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Food Chemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6T6R-516970W-4/2/6f0eedab4f6feabdf26c0661eccd9be3 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

40. Wojczulanis-Jakubas K, Svoboda A, Kruszewicz A, Johnsen A. No evidence of blood parasites in Little Auks (Alle alle) breeding on Svalbard. J. Wildl. Dis. 2010 ;46(2):574-578.  

41. Heimeier D, Lavery S, Sewell MA. Using DNA barcoding and phylogenetics to identify Antarctic invertebrate larvae : Lessons from a large scale study. Marine Genomics. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B8JG7-5179678-1/2/45be2b67d2c7a5fe5ccaba8c42b9b564 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

42. Bilyk KT, DeVries AL. Delayed onset of adult antifreeze activity in juveniles of the Antarctic icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1387-1397.  

43. Bustnes JO, Mosbech A, Sonne C, Systad GH. Migration patterns, breeding and moulting locations of king eiders wintering in north-eastern Norway. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1379-1385.  

44. Gesheva V. Production of antibiotics and enzymes by soil microorganisms from the windmill islands region, Wilkes Land, East Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1351-1357.  

45. Gomez JJ, Gozzi AC, Macdonald DW, et al. Interactions of exotic and native carnivores in an ecotone, the coast of the Beagle Channel, Argentina. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1371-1378.  

46. Halley DJ, Minagawa M, Nieminen M, Gaare E. Diet : tissue stable isotope fractionation of carbon and nitrogen in blood plasma and whole blood of male reindeer Rangifer tarandus. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1303-1309.  

47. Huang J, Sun L, Huang W, Wang X, Wang Y. The ecosystem evolution of penguin colonies in the past 8,500 years on Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1399-1406.  

48. Kikuchi M, Sakamoto KQ, Sato K. Acquisition of gliding skills by Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) pups during lactation. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1429-1435.  

49. Lee SH, Jin M, Whitledge TE. Comparison of bottom sea-ice algal characteristics from coastal and offshore regions in the Arctic Ocean. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1331-1337.  

50. Mori Y, Kokubun N, Shin H, Takahashi A. An observation of between-mates feeding behaviour in chick-guarding chinstrap penguins. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1437-1438.  

51. Núñez-Pons L, Forestieri R, Nieto RM, et al. Chemical defenses of tunicates of the genus Aplidium from the Weddell Sea (Antarctica). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1319-1329.  

52. Prokopowicz AJ, Rueckert S, Leander BS, Michaud J, Fortier L. Parasitic infection of the hyperiid amphipod Themisto libellula in the Canadian Beaufort Sea (Arctic Ocean), with a description of Ganymedes themistos sp. n. (Apicomplexa, Eugregarinorida). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1339-1350.  

53. Schulz M, Bergmann M, Juterzenka K, Soltwedel T. Colonisation of hard substrata along a channel system in the deep Greenland Sea. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1359-1369.  

54. Souza BWS, Andrade FK, Teixeira DIA, Mansilla A, Freitas ALP. Haemagglutinin of the antarctic seaweed Georgiella confluens (Reinsch) Kylin : isolation and partial characterization. Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1311-1318.  

55. Strunecký O, Elster J, Komárek J. Phylogenetic relationships between geographically separate Phormidium cyanobacteria : is there a link between north and south polar regions ? Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1419-1428.  

56. Tandberg AHS, Vader W, Berge J. Studies on the association of Metopa glacialis (Amphipoda, Crustacea) and Musculus discors (Mollusca, Mytilidae). Polar Biol. 2010 ;33(10):1407-1418.  

57. Convey P. Terrestrial biodiversity in Antarctica - Recent advances and future challenges. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):135-147.  

58. Coppola D, Giordano D, Vergara A, et al. The hemoglobins of sub-Antarctic fishes of the suborder Notothenioidei. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):295-308.  

59. de Pascale D, Giuliani M, De Santi C, et al. PhAP protease from Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis TAC125 : Gene cloning, recombinant production in E. coli and enzyme characterization. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):285-294.  

60. Duncan SM, Farrell RL, Jordan N, Jurgens JA, Blanchette RA. Monitoring and identification of airborne fungi at historic locations on Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):275-283.  

61. Foong CP, Wong Vui Ling CM, González M. Metagenomic analyses of the dominant bacterial community in the Fildes Peninsula, King George Island (South Shetland Islands). Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):263-273.  

62. Fukuchi M, Conlan KE. Xth SCAR International Biology Symposium on "Antarctic Biology in the 21st Century—Advances in and beyond IPY—" : A brief overview. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):93-96.  

63. Hodgson DA, Convey P, Verleyen E, et al. The limnology and biology of the Dufek Massif, Transantarctic Mountains 82° South. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):197-214.  

64. Jadwiszczak P. Penguin response to the Eocene climate and ecosystem change in the northern Antarctic Peninsula region. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):229-235.  

65. Koubbi P, Ozouf-Costaz C, Goarant A, et al. Estimating the biodiversity of the East Antarctic shelf and oceanic zone for ecoregionalisation : Example of the ichthyofauna of the CEAMARC (Collaborative East Antarctic Marine Census) CAML surveys. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):115-133.  

66. Kurosawa N, Sato S, Kawarabayasi Y, Imura S, Naganuma T. Archaeal and bacterial community structures in the anoxic sediment of Antarctic meromictic lake Nurume-Ike. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):421-429.  

67. Lautredou A, Bonillo C, Denys G, et al. Molecular taxonomy and identification within the Antarctic genus Trematomus (Notothenioidei, Teleostei) : How valuable is barcoding with COI ? Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):333-352.  

68. Massom RA, Stammerjohn SE. Antarctic sea ice change and variability - Physical and ecological implications. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):149-186.  

69. Mataloni G, Garraza GG, Bölter M, Convey P, Fermani P. What shapes edaphic communities in mineral and ornithogenic soils of Cierva Point, Antarctic Peninsula ? Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):405-419.  

70. Matsumoto GI, Honda E, Sonoda K, Yamamoto S, Takemura T. Geochemical features and sources of hydrocarbons and fatty acids in soils from the McMurdo Dry Valleys in the Antarctic. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):187-196.  

71. McLeod DJ, Hosie GW, Kitchener JA, Takahashi KT, Hunt BP. Zooplankton Atlas of the Southern Ocean : The SCAR SO-CPR Survey (1991-2008). Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):353-385.  

72. Naito Y, Bornemann H, Takahashi A, McIntyre T, Plötz J. Fine-scale feeding behavior of Weddell seals revealed by a mandible accelerometer. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):309-316.  

73. Russo R, Riccio A, di Prisco G, Verde C, Giordano D. Molecular adaptations in Antarctic fish and bacteria. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):245-256.  

74. Sato-Okoshi W, Okoshi K, Sasaki H, Akiha F. Shell structure characteristics of pelagic and benthic molluscs from Antarctic waters. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):257-261.  

75. Segawa T, Ushida K, Narita H, Kanda H, Kohshima S. Bacterial communities in two Antarctic ice cores analyzed by 16S rRNA gene sequencing analysis. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):215-227.  

76. Stoddart M. [`]Antarctic biology in the 21st century - Advances in, and beyond the international polar year 2007-2008’. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):97-101.  

77. Takahashi KT, Hosie GW, Kitchener JA, et al. Comparison of zooplankton distribution patterns between four seasons in the Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):317-331.  

78. Toda R, Moteki M, Ono A, et al. Structure of the pelagic cnidarian community in Lützow-Holm Bay in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):387-404.  

79. Vallesi A, Alimenti C, Di Giuseppe G, et al. The water-born protein pheromones of the polar protozoan ciliate, Euplotes nobilii : Coding genes and molecular structures. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):237-244.  

80. Vyverman W, Verleyen E, Wilmotte A, et al. Evidence for widespread endemism among Antarctic micro-organisms. Polar Science. 2010 ;4(2):103-113.  

81. Meredith MP, Wallace MI, Stammerjohn SE, et al. Changes in the freshwater composition of the upper ocean west of the Antarctic Peninsula during the first decade of the 21st century. Progress In Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V7B-515SR9B-1/2/587196cf020cec72e77a6bd2f26e4c30 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

82. Biancamaria S, Durand M, Andreadis K, et al. Assimilation of virtual wide swath altimetry to improve Arctic river modeling. Remote Sensing of Environment. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V6V-5178VT5-2/2/efa2ac49ad182fc21e5248e07f13234b [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

83. Haugwitz MS, Michelsen A, Schmidt IK. Long-term microbial control of nutrient availability and plant biomass in a subarctic-alpine heath after addition of carbon, fertilizer and fungicide. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-5166DTV-7/2/433f6ddff34ec397680c2a80f7847d2d [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

84. Haugwitz MS, Michelsen A, Schmidt IK. Long-term microbial control of nutrient availability and plant biomass in a subarctic-alpine heath after addition of carbon, fertilizer and fungicide. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-5166DTV-7/2/433f6ddff34ec397680c2a80f7847d2d [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

85. Stewart KJ, Coxson D, Siciliano S. Small-scale spatial patterns in N2-fixation and nutrient availability in an arctic hummock-hollow ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TC7-515SX41-4/2/6393874e51aba909752a9f451dd81f88 [Accédé Octobre 29, 2010].  

86. Ford JD, Beaumier M. Feeding the family during times of stress : experience and determinants of food insecurity in an Inuit community. Geogr J. 2010:000.  

87. El Hayek J, Egeland G, Weiler H. Vitamin D status of Inuit preschoolers reflects season and vitamin D intake. J. Nutr. 2010 ;140(10):1839-1845.  

88. Giant Antarctic balloon sees surprise cosmic rays. The New Scientist. 2010 ;208(2782):17.