BiblioAlerte Novembre 2011

Publié le 30.11.2011 - Bibliographie

Liste classée par ordre alphabétique des titres de revues

1.
Cowie, R.O.M., Maas, E.W. & Ryan, K.G. Archaeal Diversity Revealed in Antarctic Sea Ice. Antarctic Science 23, 531-536 (2011).
2.
Farreny, R. et al. Carbon Dioxide Emissions of Antarctic Tourism. Antarctic Science 23, 556-566 (2011).
3.
Hughes, K.A., Fretwell, P., Rae, J., Holmes, K. & Fleming, A. Untouched Antarctica : Mapping a Finite and Diminishing Environmental Resource. Antarctic Science 23, 537-548 (2011).
4.
Jouandet, M.P., Blain, S., Metzl, N. & Mongin, M. Interannual Variability of Net Community Production and Air-Sea CO2 Flux in a Naturally Iron Fertilized Region of the Southern Ocean (Kerguelen Plateau). Antarctic Science 23, 589-596 (2011).
5.
Kravchenko, V. o., Evtushevsky, O. m., Grytsai, A. v. & Milinevsky, G. p. Decadal Variability of Winter Temperatures in the Antarctic Peninsula Region. Antarctic Science 23, 614-622 (2011).
6.
Leaper, R. & Miller, C. Management of Antarctic Baleen Whales Amid Past Exploitation, Current Threats and Complex Marine Ecosystems. Antarctic Science 23, 503-529 (2011).
7.
Matson, P.G., Martz, T.R. & Hofmann, G.E. High-Frequency Observations of pH Under Antarctic Sea Ice in the Southern Ross Sea. Antarctic Science 23, 607-613 (2011).
8.
Muñoz, P.A., Flores, P.A., Boehmwald, F.A. & Blamey, J.M. Thermophilic Bacteria Present in a Sample from Fumarole Bay, Deception Island. Antarctic Science 23, 549-555 (2011).
9.
Nomura, D., Ooki, A., Simizu, D. & Fukuchi, M. Bromoform Concentrations in Slush-Layer Water in Antarctic Fast Ice. Antarctic Science 23, 623-628 (2011).
10.
Oosthuizen, W.C. et al. Dispersal and Dispersion of Southern Elephant Seals in the Kerguelen Province, Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science 23, 567-577 (2011).
11.
Préndez, M., Barra, C., Toledo, C. & Richter, P. Alkanes and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Marine Surficial Sediment Near Antarctic Stations at Fildes Peninsula, King George Island. Antarctic Science 23, 578-588 (2011).
12.
Streng, M., Esper, O. & Wollenburg, J. Calcareous Dinoflagellate Cysts from the Pleistocene (Marine Isotope Stage 31) of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 23, 597-604 (2011).
13.
Muller, J.B.A. et al. Energy and ozone fluxes over sea ice. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.11.013
14.
Toledano, C. et al. Overview of Sun Photometer Measurements of Aerosol Properties in Scandinavia and Svalbard. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.10.022
15.
Udisti, R. et al. Sea-spray aerosol in central Antarctica. Present atmospheric behavior and implications for paleoclimatic reconstructions. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.10.018
16.
Varotsos, C.A. & Tzanis, C. A new tool for the study of the ozone hole dynamics over Antarctica. Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.10.038
17.
Flowerdew, M.J. et al. Distinguishing East and West Antarctic sediment sources using the Pb isotope composition of detrital K-feldspar. Chemical Geology doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2011.11.006
18.
Rotander, A. et al. Increasing levels of long-chain perfluorocarboxylic acids (PFCAs) in Arctic and North Atlantic marine mammals, 1984–2009. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2011.09.054
19.
Scarchilli, C., Frezzotti, M. & Ruti, P.M. Snow precipitation at four ice core sites in East Antarctica : provenance, seasonality and blocking factors. Climate Dynamics 37, 2107-2125 (2010).
20.
Eckerstorfer, M. & Christiansen, H.H. Relating meteorological variables to the natural slab avalanche regime in High Arctic Svalbard. Cold Regions Science and Technology 69, 184-193 (2011).
21.
Kujala, P. & Arughadhoss, S. Statistical analysis of ice crushing pressures on a ship’s hull during hull–ice interaction. Cold Regions Science and Technology 70, 1-11 (2012).
22.
Leonard, K.C., Tremblay, L.-B., Thom, J.E. & MacAyeal, D.R. Drifting snow threshold measurements near McMurdo station, Antarctica : A sensor comparison study. Cold Regions Science and Technology 70, 71-80 (2012).
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Ramos, M., de Pablo, M.A., Sebastian, E., Armiens, C. & Gómez-Elvira, J. Temperature gradient distribution in Permafrost Active layer, using a prototype of the Ground Temperature Sensor (REMS-MSL) on Deception Island (Antarctica). Cold Regions Science and Technology doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2011.10.012
24.
Søndergaard, J., Asmund, G., Seitz, M. & Glahder, C. Naturally elevated spring-time fluxes of zinc and other elements from a sulphide ore deposit area in Citronen Fjord, North Greenland (83°N). Cold Regions Science and Technology doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2011.10.006
25.
Herrmann, M. et al. Diagnostic modeling of dimethylsulfide production in coastal water west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Continental Shelf Research doi:10.1016/j.csr.2011.10.017
26.
Solomonov, N.G., Khlebnyy, E., Anufriev, A.I. & Yadrikhinsky, V.F. 97. Body temperature decrease in the arctic ground squirrel during hibernation until minus 2 °C. Cryobiology 63, 333 (2011).
27.
Rizo, H., Boyet, M., Blichert-Toft, J. & Rosing, M. Combined Nd and Hf isotope evidence for deep-seated source of Isua lavas. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 312, 267-279 (2011).
28.
Suan, G. et al. Polar record of Early Jurassic massive carbon injection. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 312, 102-113 (2011).
29.
Wake, L.M. et al. Century-scale relative sea-level changes in West Greenland — A plausibility study to assess contributions from the cryosphere and the ocean. Earth and Planetary Science Letters doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.09.029
30.
Livingstone, S.J. et al. Antarctic palaeo-ice streams. Earth-Science Reviews doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.10.003
31.
Edward J., L. Poles apart : Scott, Amundsen and science. Endeavour doi:10.1016/j.endeavour.2011.08.001
32.
Schuster, P.F. et al. Mercury Export from the Yukon River Basin and Potential Response to a Changing Climate. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45, 9262-9267 (2011).
33.
Hofmann, L., Stemmler, I. & Lammel, G. The impact of organochlorines cycling in the cryosphere on global distributions and fate – 2. Land ice and temporary snow cover. Environmental Pollution doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2011.10.004
34.
Vieweg, I. et al. Persistent organic pollutants in four bivalve species from Svalbard waters. Environmental Pollution 161, 134-142 (2012).
35.
White, D.A., Hafsteinsdóttir, E.G., Gore, D.B., Thorogood, G. & Stark, S.C. Formation and stability of Pb-, Zn- & Cu-PO4 phases at low temperatures : Implications for heavy metal fixation in polar environments. Environmental Pollution 161, 143-153 (2012).
36.
Xiao, H. et al. Atmospheric concentrations of halogenated flame retardants at two remote locations : The Canadian High Arctic and the Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Pollution 161, 154-161 (2012).
37.
Gillies, C.L., Stark, J.S., Johnstone, G.J. & Smith, S.D.A. Carbon flow and trophic structure of an Antarctic coastal benthic community as determined by ?13C and ?15N. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2011.11.003
38.
Wilson., J.G. et al. Factors influencing trematode parasite burdens in mussels (Mytilus spp) from the north Atlantic ocean across to the north Pacific. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2011.10.005
39.
Dobric ?, E., Engrand, C., Leroux, H., Rouzaud, J.-N. & Duprat, J. Transmission Electron Microscopy of CONCORDIA UltraCarbonaceous Antarctic MicroMeteorites (UCAMMs) : Mineralogical properties. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 76, 68-82 (2012).
40.
Landais, A. et al. Triple isotopic composition of oxygen in surface snow and water vapor at NEEM (Greenland). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta doi:10.1016/j.gca.2011.11.022
41.
Johnson, K.D. et al. Soil carbon distribution in Alaska in relation to soil-forming factors. Geoderma 167-168, 71-84 (2011).
42.
Chung, C.E. & Räisänen, P. Origin of the Arctic warming in climate models. Geophysical Research Letters (2011).doi:10.1029/2011GL049816
43.
Fisher, R.E. et al. Arctic methane sources : Isotopic evidence for atmospheric inputs. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
44.
Frey, K.E., Perovich, D.K. & Light, B. The spatial distribution of solar radiation under a melting Arctic sea ice cover. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
45.
Hu, X.-M., Zhang, F., Yu, G., Fuentes, J.D. & Wu, L. Contribution of mixed-phase boundary layer clouds to the termination of ozone depletion events in the Arctic. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
46.
Kobashi, T. et al. High variability of Greenland surface temperature over the past 4000 years estimated from trapped air in an ice core. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
47.
Omang, O.C.D. & Kierulf, H.P. Past and present-day ice mass variation on Svalbard revealed by superconducting gravimeter and GPS measurements. Geophys. Res. Lett. 38, 5 PP. (2011).
48.
Stich, D., Almendros, J., Jiménez, V., Mancilla, F. & Carmona, E. Ocean noise triggering of rhythmic long period events at Deception Island volcano. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
49.
Thomas, I.D. et al. Widespread low rates of Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment revealed by GPS observations. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
50.
Tsai, V.C. & McNamara, D.E. Quantifying the influence of sea ice on ocean microseism using observations from the Bering Sea, Alaska. Geophysical Research Letters 38, (2011).
51.
Bergmann, I., Ramillien, G. & Frappart, F. Climate-driven interannual ice mass evolution in Greenland. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.11.005
52.
Ohneiser, C. & Wilson, G. Revised magnetostratigraphic chronologies for New Harbour drill cores, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Global and Planetary Change doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.11.007
53.
Rinke, A. et al. Arctic RCM simulations of temperature and precipitation derived indices relevant to future frozen ground conditions. Global and Planetary Change 80-81, 136-148 (2012).
54.
Odland, J.Ø. & Nieboer, E. Human biomonitoring in the Arctic. Special challenges in a sparsely populated area. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health doi:10.1016/j.ijheh.2011.10.002
55.
Eisenman, I., Schneider, T., Battisti, D.S. & Bitz, C.M. Consistent Changes in the Sea Ice Seasonal Cycle in Response to Global Warming. Journal of Climate 24, 5325-5335 (2011).
56.
Liston, G.E. & Hiemstra, C.A. The Changing Cryosphere : Pan-Arctic Snow Trends (1979–2009). Journal of Climate 24, 5691-5712 (2011).
57.
Niu, X. & Pinker, R.T. Radiative Fluxes at Barrow, Alaska : A Satellite View. Journal of Climate 24, 5494-5505 (2011).
58.
Svensson, G. & Karlsson, J. On the Arctic Wintertime Climate in Global Climate Models. Journal of Climate 24, 5757-5771 (2011).
59.
Verlinden, K.L., Thompson, D.W.J. & Stephens, G.L. The Three-Dimensional Distribution of Clouds over the Southern Hemisphere High Latitudes. Journal of Climate 24, 5799-5811 (2011).
60.
Bonin, C.A., Goebel, M.E., O’Corry-Crowe, G.M. & Burton, R.S. Twins or not ? Genetic analysis of putative twins in Antarctic fur seals, Arctocephalus gazella, on the South Shetland Islands. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2011.10.010
61.
Arhan, M. et al. Anticyclonic and cyclonic eddies of subtropical origin in the subantarctic zone south of Africa. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
62.
Arrigo, K.R., Matrai, P.A. & van Dijken, G.L. Primary productivity in the Arctic Ocean : Impacts of complex optical properties and subsurface chlorophyll maxima on large-scale estimates. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
63.
Boisson, J. et al. Radar sounding of temperate permafrost in Alaska : Analogy to the Martian midlatitude to high-latitude ice-rich terrains. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
64.
Bougamont, M., Price, S., Christoffersen, P. & Payne, A.J. Dynamic patterns of ice stream flow in a 3-D higher-order ice sheet model with plastic bed and simplified hydrology. J. Geophys. Res. 116, 13 PP. (2011).
65.
Carton, J.A., Chepurin, G.A., Reagan, J. & Häkkinen, S. Interannual to decadal variability of Atlantic Water in the Nordic and adjacent seas. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
66.
Chang, R.Y.-W. et al. Relating atmospheric and oceanic DMS levels to particle nucleation events in the Canadian Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
67.
Cheng, Y. & Andersen, O.B. Multimission empirical ocean tide modeling for shallow waters and polar seas. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
68.
Doble, M.J., Skourup, H., Wadhams, P. & Geiger, C.A. The relation between Arctic sea ice surface elevation and draft : A case study using coincident AUV sonar and airborne scanning laser. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
69.
Earle, M.E. et al. Factors influencing the microphysics and radiative properties of liquid-dominated Arctic clouds : Insight from observations of aerosol and clouds during ISDAC. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
70.
Edwards, P. et al. Hydrogen oxide photochemistry in the northern Canadian spring time boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
71.
Fortt, A.L. & Schulson, E.M. Frictional sliding across Coulombic faults in first-year sea ice : A comparison with freshwater ice. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
72.
Granger, J. et al. Coupled nitrification-denitrification in sediment of the eastern Bering Sea shelf leads to        15        N enrichment of fixed N in shelf waters. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
73.
Hassler, B., Daniel, J.S., Johnson, B.J., Solomon, S. & Oltmans, S.J. An assessment of changing ozone loss rates at South Pole : Twenty-five years of ozonesonde measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
74.
Killett, B., Wahr, J., Desai, S., Yuan, D. & Watkins, M. Arctic Ocean tides from GRACE satellite accelerations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
75.
Kochtubajda, B. et al. Exceptional cloud-to-ground lightning during an unusually warm summer in Yukon, Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2011JD016080
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Kravtsov, S., Kamenkovich, I., Hogg, A.M. & Peters, J.M. On the mechanisms of late 20th century sea-surface temperature trends over the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Kuttippurath, J. et al. Arctic ozone depletion in 2002–2003 measured by ASUR and comparison with POAM observations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Kwok, R. et al. Airborne surveys of snow depth over Arctic sea ice. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2011JC007371
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Loose, B. & Schlosser, P. Sea ice and its effect on CO2 flux between the atmosphere and the Southern Ocean interior. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2010JC006509
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Luce, M. et al. Distribution and microbial metabolism of dimethylsulfoniopropionate and dimethylsulfide during the 2007 Arctic ice minimum. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Lukovich, J.V., Babb, D.G. & Barber, D.G. On the scaling laws derived from ice beacon trajectories in the southern Beaufort Sea during the International Polar Year - Circumpolar Flaw Lead study, 2007–2008. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Mahoney, A.R. et al. The seasonal appearance of ice shelf water in coastal Antarctica and its effect on sea ice growth. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Marenco, F. et al. Airborne lidar observations of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash plume. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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McMillan, M., Shepherd, A., Nienow, P. & Leeson, A. Tide model accuracy in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica, from radar interferometry observations of ice shelf motion. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Moore, T.S. et al. Sea surface        p        CO        2        and O        2        in the Southern Ocean during the austral fall, 2008. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Nost, O.A. et al. Eddy overturning of the Antarctic Slope Front controls glacial melting in the eastern Weddell Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2011JC006965
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Porter, D.F., Cassano, J.J. & Serreze, M.C. Analysis of the Arctic atmospheric energy budget in WRF : A comparison with reanalyses and satellite observations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Rapp, M. et al. First three-dimensional observations of polar mesosphere winter echoes : Resolving space-time ambiguity. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Rudels, B. Volume and freshwater transports through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago–Baffin Bay system. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Segtnan, O.H., Furevik, T. & Jenkins, A.D. Heat and freshwater budgets of the Nordic seas computed from atmospheric reanalysis and ocean observations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Song, G. et al. Spatiotemporal variations of dissolved organic carbon and carbon monoxide in first-year sea ice in the western Canadian Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Steele, M., Ermold, W.S. & Zhang, J. Modeling the formation and fate of the near-surface temperature maximum in the Canadian Basin of the Arctic Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2010JC006803
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Stössel, A., Zhang, Z. & Vihma, T. The effect of alternative real-time wind forcing on Southern Ocean sea ice simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Strutton, P.G. et al. Bio-optical observations of the 2004 Labrador Sea phytoplankton bloom. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Tape, K.D., Verbyla, D. & Welker, J. 20th century erosion in Arctic Alaska foothills : the influence of shrubs, runoff, and permafrost. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2011JG001795
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Trasviña, A. et al. The impact of high-frequency current variability on dispersion off the eastern Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Vihma, T., Tuovinen, E. & Savijärvi, H. Interaction of katabatic winds and near-surface temperatures in the Antarctic. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).doi:10.1029/2010JD014917
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Wang, L. et al. Integrated pan-Arctic melt onset detection from satellite active and passive microwave measurements, 2000–2009. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, (2011).
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Bassis, J.N. Dynamics of ice sheets and glaciers. Journal of Glaciology 57, 981-982 (2011).
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Bhatia, M.P. et al. Seasonal evolution of water contributions to discharge from a Greenland outlet glacier : insight from a new isotope-mixing model. Journal of Glaciology 57, 929-941 (2011).
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Brunt, K.M., Fricker, H.A. & Padman, L. Analysis of ice plains of the FilchnerRonne Ice Shelf, Antarctica, using ICESat laser altimetry. Journal of Glaciology 57, 965-975 (2011).
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Brunt, K.M., Okal, E.A. & MacAyeal, D.R. Antarctic ice-shelf calving triggered by the Honshu (Japan) earthquake and tsunami, March 2011. Journal of Glaciology 57, 785-788 (2011).
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Denby, C.R. & Hulth, J. Assessment of differentiated surface elevation data from 1949, 1975 and 2008 for estimates of ice-volume changes at Jan Mayen. Journal of Glaciology 57, 976-980 (2011).
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Kehrl, L.M., Hawley, R.L., Powell, R.D. & Brigham-Grette, J. Glacimarine sedimentation processes at Kronebreen and Kongsvegen, Svalbard. Journal of Glaciology 57, 841-847 (2011).
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MacGregor, J.A., Anandakrishnan, S., Catania, G.A. & Winebrenner, D.P. The grounding zone of the Ross Ice Shelf, West Antarctica, from ice-penetrating radar. Journal of Glaciology 57, 917-928 (2011).
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McGrath, D., Colgan, W., Steffen, K., Lauffenburger, P. & Balog, J. Assessing the summer water budget of a moulin basin in the Sermeq Avannarleq ablation region, Greenland ice sheet. Journal of Glaciology 57, 954-964 (2011).
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Nomura, D., Simizu, D., Shinagawa, H., Oouchida, C. & Fukuchi, M. Biogeochemical properties of water in surface ponds on Antarctic fast ice and their relationship with underlying sea-ice properties. Journal of Glaciology 57, 848-856 (2011).
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Rippin, D.M., Carrivick, J.L. & Williams, C. Evidence towards a thermal lag in the response of Karsaglaciaren, northern Sweden, to climate change. Journal of Glaciology 57, 895-903 (2011).
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Solgaard, A.M., Reeh, N., Japsen, P. & Nielsen, T. Snapshots of the Greenland ice sheet configuration in the Pliocene to early Pleistocene. Journal of Glaciology 57, 871-880 (2011).
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Spaulding, N.E., Meese, D.A. & Baker, I. Advanced microstructural characterization of four East Antarctic firn/ice cores. Journal of Glaciology 57, 796-810 (2011).
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Wilson, C.J.L. & Peternell, M. Evaluating ice fabrics using fabric analyser techniques in Sorsdal Glacier, East Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology 57, 881-894 (2011).
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Carrivick, J.L., Brown, L.E., Hannah, D.M. & Turner, A.G.D. Numerical modelling of spatio-temporal thermal heterogeneity in a complex river system. Journal of Hydrology doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.11.026
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Sørensen, J.G. & Holmstrup, M. Cryoprotective dehydration is widespread in Arctic springtails. J. Insect Physiol. 57, 1147-1153 (2011).
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Ingvarsdóttir, A. et al. Effects of different concentrations of crude oil on first feeding larvae of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus). Journal of Marine Systems doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.10.014
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Padovani, L.N., Viñas, M.D., Sánchez, F. & Mianzan, H. Amphipod-supported food web : Themisto gaudichaudii, a key food resource for fishes in the southern Patagonian Shelf. Journal of Sea Research doi:10.1016/j.seares.2011.10.007
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Lin, H. & Twining, B.S. Chemical speciation of iron in Antarctic waters surrounding free-drifting icebergs. Marine Chemistry doi:10.1016/j.marchem.2011.10.005
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Giordano, D., Russo, R., di Prisco, G. & Verde, C. Molecular adaptations in Antarctic fish and marine microorganisms. Marine Genomics doi:10.1016/j.margen.2011.09.003
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Bringué, M. & Rochon, A. Late Holocene paleoceanography and climate variability over the Mackenzie Slope (Beaufort Sea, Canadian Arctic). Marine Geology doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2011.11.004
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Konfirst, M.A. & Scherer, R.P. Low amplitude obliquity changes during the early Pliocene reflected in diatom fragmentation patterns in the ANDRILL AND-1B core. Marine Micropaleontology 82-83, 46-52 (2012).
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Faksness, L.-G., Hansen, B.H., Altin, D. & Brandvik, P.J. Chemical composition and acute toxicity in the water after in situ burning – A laboratory experiment. Marine Pollution Bulletin doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.10.024
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Ferraccioli, F. et al. East Antarctic rifting triggers uplift of the Gamburtsev Mountains. Nature 479, 388-392 (2011).
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Kinnard, C. et al. Reconstructed changes in Arctic sea ice over the past 1,450 years. Nature 479, 509-512 (2011).
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Manney, G.L. et al. Unprecedented Arctic ozone loss in 2011. Nature 478, 469-475 (2011).
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Norén, K. et al. Pulses of movement across the sea ice : population connectivity and temporal genetic structure in the arctic fox. Oecologia 166, 973-984 (2011).
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Hays, L.E., Grice, K., Foster, C.B. & Summons, R.E. Biomarker and isotopic trends in a Permian-Triassic sedimentary section at Kap Stosch, Greenland. Organic Geochemistry doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2011.10.010
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Ballegeer, A.-M., Flores, J.A., Sierro, F.J. & Andersen, N. Monitoring fluctuations of the Subtropical Front in the Tasman Sea between 3.45 and 2.45 Ma (ODP site 1172). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.11.001
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Chen, P., Jin, J. & Lenz, A.C. Palaeoecology of transported brachiopod assemblages embedded in black shale, Cape Phillips Formation (Silurian), Arctic Canada. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.11.013
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Convey, P. Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity in a changing world. Polar Biology 34, 1629-1641 (2011).
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Dehnhard, N., Voigt, C.C., Poisbleau, M., Demongin, L. & Quillfeldt, P. Stable isotopes in southern rockhopper penguins : foraging areas and sexual differences in the non-breeding period. Polar Biology 34, 1763-1773 (2011).
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Farrell, R.L. et al. Introduced and indigenous fungi of the Ross Island historic huts and pristine areas of Antarctica. Polar Biology 34, 1669-1677 (2011).
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Green, T.G.A., Sancho, L.G., Pintado, A. & Schroeter, B. Functional and spatial pressures on terrestrial vegetation in Antarctica forced by global warming. Polar Biology 34, 1643-1656 (2011).
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Khan, N. et al. Hypolithic microbial communities of quartz rocks from Miers Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Polar Biology 34, 1657-1668 (2011).
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