Recherches Arctiques

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BiblioAlerte Août 2010

Publié le 09.08.2010 - Bibliographie

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1. Bowie AR, Townsend AT, Lannuzel D, Remenyi TA, van der Merwe P. Modern sampling and analytical methods for the determination of trace elements in marine particulate material using magnetic sector ICP-MS. Analytica Chimica Acta. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Août 9, 2010].

2. Monticelli D, Dossi C, Castelletti A. ASSESSMENT OF ACCURACY AND PRECISION IN SPECIATION ANALYSIS BY CLE-CSV AND APPLICATION TO ANTARCTIC SAMPLES. Analytica Chimica Acta. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

3. Alexandra L. Posta1 c1, Philip E. O’Briena1, Robin J. Beamana2, Martin J. Riddlea3 and Laura De Santisa4. Physical controls on deep water coral communities on the George V Land slope, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):371-378.

4. André Rosch Rodriguesa1 c1, João Carlos Cattini Malufa1, Elisabete de Santis Bragaa1 and Beatriz Beck Eichlera1. Recent benthic foraminiferal distribution and related environmental factors in Ezcurra Inlet, King George Island, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 22(4):343-360.

5. H.W. Hunta1 c1, A.G. Fountaina2, P.T. Dorana3 and H. Basagica2. A dynamic physical model for soil temperature and water in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):419-434.

6. James G. Bockheima1 c1. Soil preservation and ventifact recycling from dry-based glaciers in Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):409-417.

7. Kimberley Norrisa1 c1, Douglas Patona2 and Jeff Aytona3. Future directions in Antarctic psychology research. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):335-342.

8. M. Thambana1 c1, C.M. Laluraja1, K. Mahalinganathana1, B.L. Redkara1, S.S. Naika1 and P.K. Shrivastavaa2. Glaciochemistry of surface snow from the Ingrid Christensen Coast, East Antarctica, and its environmental implication. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):435-441.

9. Maurice Hulléa1 c1, Evelyne Turpeaua1, Sylvie Hudaverdiana1, Bernard Chaubeta1, Yannick Outremana1 and Marc Lebouviera2. Aphids and associated natural enemies on Ile Amsterdam and Ile Saint-Paul, Southern Indian Ocean. Antarctic Science. 2010;44(22):379-385.

10. Mauro Celussia1 c1, Andrea Bergamascoa2, Bruno Catalettoa1, Serena Fonda Umania3 and Paola Del Negroa1. Water masses’ bacterial community structure and microbial activities in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):361-370.

11. P.N. Trathana1 c1 and D. Agnewa2. Climate change and the Antarctic marine ecosystem: an essay on management implications. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):387-398.

12. Stefano Schiaparellia1 c1, Maria Chiara Alvaroa2, Jehns Bohna3 and Giancarlo Albertellia1. ‘Hitchhiker’ polynoid polychaetes in cold deep waters and their potential influence on benthic soft bottom food webs. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):399-407.

13. Yongfeng Maa1a2, Lingen Biana1 c1, Cunde Xiaoa1a3, Ian Allisona4 and Xiuji Zhoua1. Near surface climate of the traverse route from Zhongshan Station to Dome A, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;22(4):443-459.

14. García-Peña FJ, Pérez-Boto D, Jiménez C, et al. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP FROM ANTARCTIC FUR SEALS (Arctocephalus gazella) IN DECEPTION ISLAND, ANTARCTICA. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

15. Cook TL, Bradley RS. An Analysis of Past and Future Changes in the Ice Cover of Two High-Arctic Lakes Based on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Landsat Imagery. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(1):9-18.

16. Criscitiello AS, Kelly MA, Tremblay B. The Response of Taku and Lemon Creek Glaciers to Climate. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(1):34-44.

17. Jepsen SM, Adams EE, Priscu JC. Sediment Melt-Migration Dynamics in Perennial Antarctic Lake Ice. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(1):57-66.

18. Josephs RL. Micromorphology of an Early Holocene Loess-Paleosol Sequence, Central Alaska, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(1):67-75.

19. Eik K, Gudmestad OT. Iceberg management and impact on design of offshore structures. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 2010;63(1-2):15-28.

20. Routti H, Arukwe A, Jenssen BM, et al. Comparative endocrine disruptive effects of contaminants in ringed seals (Phoca hispida) from Svalbard and the Baltic Sea. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C Toxicol. Pharmacol. 2010;152(3):306-312.

21. Baldi F, Marchetto D, Pini F, et al. Biochemical and microbial features of shallow marine sediments along the Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica). Continental Shelf Research. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

22. Dmitrenko IA, Kirillov SA, Krumpen T, et al. Wind-driven diversion of summer river runoff preconditions the Laptev Sea coastal polynya hydrography: Evidence from summer-to-winter hydrographic records of 2007-2009. Continental Shelf Research. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

23. Igor A. Dmitrenkoa, Corresponding Author Contact Information, E-mail The Corresponding Author, Sergey A. Kirillovb, Thomas Krumpenc, Mikhail Makhotinb, E. Povl Abrahamsend, Sascha Willmese, Ekaterina Bloshkinab, Jens A. Hölemannc, Heidemarie Kassensa and Carolyn Wegnera. Observations of chromophoric dissolved and detrital organic matter distribution using remote sensing in the Southern Ocean: Validation, dynamics and regulation. Continental Shelf Research.

24. Paul MJ, Schwartz WJ. Circadian rhythms: how does a reindeer tell time? Curr. Biol. 2010;20(6):R280-282.

25. Williams N. Arctic acid test. Curr. Biol. 2010;20(6):R255-256.

26. Kirk CM, Amstrup S, Swor R, Holcomb D, O’Hara TM. Morbillivirus and Toxoplasma Exposure and Association with Hematological Parameters for Southern Beaufort Sea Polar Bears: Potential Response to Infectious Agents in a Sentinel Species. Ecohealth. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

27. Kirk CM, Amstrup S, Swor R, Holcomb D, O’Hara TM. Hematology of Southern Beaufort Sea Polar Bears (2005-2007): Biomarker for an Arctic Ecosystem Health Sentinel. Ecohealth. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

28. Mangel M, Richerson K, Cresswell KA, Wiedenmann JR. Modelling the effects of UV radiation on the survival of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana) in the face of limited data. Ecological Modelling. 2010;221(17):2095-2101.

29. Bauer S, Ens BJ, Klaassen M. Many routes lead to Rome: potential causes for the multi-route migration system of Red Knots, Calidris canutus Islandica. Ecology. 2010;91(6):1822-1831.

30. Gundale MJ, Wardle DA, Nilsson M. Vascular plant removal effects on biological N fixation vary across a boreal forest island gradient. Ecology. 2010;91(6):1704-1714.

31. Hannam ML, Bamber SD, John Moody A, Galloway TS, Jones MB. Immunotoxicity and oxidative stress in the Arctic scallop Chlamys islandica: Effects of acute oil exposure. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

32. Hannam ML, Bamber SD, John Moody A, Galloway TS, Jones MB. Immunotoxicity and oxidative stress in the Arctic scallop Chlamys islandica: Effects of acute oil exposure. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

33. Tian W, Egeland GM, Sobol I, Chan HM. Mercury hair concentrations and dietary exposure among Inuit preschool children in Nunavut, Canada. Environment International. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 9, 2010].

34. Albert KR, Mikkelsen TN, Ro-Poulsen H, Arndal MF, Michelsen A. Ambient UV-B radiation reduces PSII performance and net photosynthesis in high Arctic Salix arctica. Environmental and Experimental Botany. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

35. Hubert C, Arnosti C, Brüchert V, et al. Thermophilic anaerobes in Arctic marine sediments induced to mineralize complex organic matter at high temperature. Environ. Microbiol. 2010;12(4):1089-1104.

36. Bengtson Nash S, Rintoul SR, Kawaguchi S, et al. Perfluorinated compounds in the Antarctic region: Ocean circulation provides prolonged protection from distant sources. Environ Pollut. 2010;158(9):2985-2991.

37. Dudarev AA, Mizerniuk VN, Chupakhin VS, Lebedev GB, Chashchin VP. [Reduction of a risk of the deleterious effects of persistent toxic substances on the health of the far north population]. Gig Sanit. 2010;(2):28-35.

38. Godovykh TV. [Physical development in Chukotka girls during pubescence]. Gig Sanit. 2010;(2):70-72.

39. Goodall-Copestake WP, Pérez-Espona S, Clark MS, et al. Swarms of diversity at the gene cox1 in Antarctic krill. Heredity. 2010;104(5):513-518.

40. Bugoni L, McGill RA, Furness RW. The importance of pelagic longline fishery discards for a seabird community determined through stable isotope analysis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 2010;391(1-2):190-200.

41. Truebano M, Burns G, Thorne MA, et al. Transcriptional response to heat stress in the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 2010;391(1-2):65-72.

42. Doran PT. Valley floor climate observations from the McMurdo dry valleys, Antarctica, 1986–2000. J. Geophys. Res. 2002;107(D24). Available at: [Accédé Août 5, 2010].

43. Christina L. HULBE, Christine LeDOUX, Kenneth CRUIKSHANK. Propagation of long fractures in the Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica, investigated using a numerical model of fracture propagation. Journal of Glaciology. 2010;56(197):459–472.

44. Ian JOUGHIN, Ben E. SMITH, Ian M. HOWAT, Ted SCAMBOS, Twila MOON. Greenland flow variability from ice-sheet-wide velocity mapping. Journal of Glaciology. 56(197):415–430.

45. Yoshinori IIZUKA, Hideki MIURA, Shogo IWASAKI, Hideaki MAEMOKU, Takanobu SAWAGAKI, Ralf GREVE, Hiroshi SATAKE, Kimikazu SASA, Yuki MATSUSHI. Evidence of past migration of the ice divide between the Shirase and Sôya drainage basins derived from chemical characteristics of the marginal ice in the Sôya drainage basin, East Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 2010;56(197):395–404.

46. Sanderson K. Polar projects. Nature. 2010;465(7298):652-653.

47. Bentzen RL, Powell AN, Phillips LM, Suydam RS. Incubation behavior of king eiders on the coastal plain of northern Alaska. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1075-1082.

48. Chételat J, Cloutier L, Amyot M. Carbon sources for lake food webs in the Canadian High Arctic and other regions of Arctic North America. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1111-1123.

49. Christiansen JS, Karamushko LI, Nahrgang J. Sub-lethal levels of waterborne petroleum may depress routine metabolism in polar cod Boreogadus saida (Lepechin, 1774). Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1049-1055.

50. Dayton PK. D.N. Thomas, G.E. Fogg, P. Convey, C.H. Fritsen, J.-M. Gili, R. Gradinger, J. Laybourn-Parry, K. Reid, and D.W.H. Walton (eds): The biology of polar regions. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1159-1160.

51. Glabicky N, DuBrava A, Noonan M. Social–sexual behavior seasonality in captive beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas). Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1145-1147.

52. Gorman KB, Erdmann ES, Pickering BC, et al. A new high-latitude record for the macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) at Avian Island, Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1155-1158.

53. Hughes KA, Lee JE, Ware C, Kiefer K, Bergstrom DM. Impact of anthropogenic transportation to Antarctica on alien seed viability. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1125-1130.

54. Janecki T, Kidawa A, Potocka M. The effects of temperature and salinity on vital biological functions of the Antarctic crustacean Serolis polita. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1013-1020.

55. Juhl AR, Krembs C. Effects of snow removal and algal photoacclimation on growth and export of ice algae. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1057-1065.

56. Kelly BP, Badajos OH, Kunnasranta M, et al. Seasonal home ranges and fidelity to breeding sites among ringed seals. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1095-1109.

57. Lee SH, Stockwell D, Whitledge TE. Uptake rates of dissolved inorganic carbon and nitrogen by under-ice phytoplankton in the Canada Basin in summer 2005. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1027-1036.

58. Marks EJ, Rodrigo AG, Brunton DH. Using logistic regression models to predict breeding success in male Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1083-1094.

59. McIntyre T, de Bruyn PJN, Ansorge IJ, et al. A lifetime at depth: vertical distribution of southern elephant seals in the water column. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1037-1048.

60. Osyczka P. Alien lichens unintentionally transported to the “Arctowski” station (South Shetlands, Antarctica). Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1067-1073.

61. Panasiuk-Chodnicka AA, ?mijewska MI. Cnidaria from the Croker passage (Antarctic Peninsula) with a special focus on Siphonophorae. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1131-1143.

62. Smith PA, Elliott KH, Gaston AJ, Gilchrist HG. Has early ice clearance increased predation on breeding birds by polar bears? Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1149-1153.

63. Tarroux A, Berteaux D, Bêty J. Northern nomads: ability for extensive movements in adult arctic foxes. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1021-1026.

64. Thomas DN. H. Eicken, R. Gradinger, M. Salganek, K. Shirasawa, D. Perovich and M. Leppäranta (eds): Field techniques for sea ice research. Polar Biol. 2010;33(8):1161-1162.

65. Gardiner K, Dick TA. Arctic cephalopod distributions and their associated predators. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):209-227.

66. 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;29(2):198-208.

67. Lachlan-Cope T. Antarctic clouds. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):150-158.

68. Nielsen MH, Erbs-Hansen DR, Knudsen KL. Water masses in Kangerlussuaq, a large fjord in West Greenland: the processes of formation and the associated foraminiferal fauna. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):159-175.

69. Yurco LN, Ortiz JD, Polyak L, Darby DA, Crawford KA. Clay mineral cycles identified by diffuse spectral reflectance in Quaternary sediments from the Northwind Ridge: implications for glacial–interglacial sedimentation patterns in the Arctic Ocean. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):176-197.

70. Guest editorial—the 1959 Antarctic Treaty: reflecting on the 50th anniversary of a landmark agreement. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):145-149.

71. Biocultural diversity and indigenous ways of knowing: human ecology in the Arctic. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):228-228.

72. Recent mammals of Alaska. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):229-231.

73. Upcoming events. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):232-233.

74. From the institute’s Photo Library. Polar Research. 2010;29(2):234-234.

75. Kwasniewski S, Gluchowska M, Jakubas D, et al. The impact of different hydrographic conditions and zooplankton communities on provisioning Little Auks along the West coast of Spitsbergen. Progress In Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

76. Lucas M, Proust F, Blanchet C, et al. Is marine mammal fat or fish intake most strongly associated with omega-3 blood levels among the Nunavik Inuit? Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

77. Moholdt G, Nuth C, Hagen JO, Kohler J. Recent elevation changes of Svalbard glaciers derived from ICESat laser altimetry. Remote Sensing of Environment. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

78. Schofield O, Ducklow HW, Martinson DG, et al. How do polar marine ecosystems respond to rapid climate change? Science. 2010;328(5985):1520-1523.

79. Loring PA, Duffy LK, Murray MS. A risk-benefit analysis of wild fish consumption for various species in Alaska reveals shortcomings in data and monitoring needs. Science of The Total Environment. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 9, 2010].

80. Montone RC, Martins CC, Bícego MC, et al. Distribution of sewage input in marine sediments around a maritime Antarctic research station indicated by molecular geochemical indicators. Science of The Total Environment. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Août 4, 2010].

81. Ananthaswamy A. Crocodiles in the Arctic Is carbon dioxide to blame? What causes climate change? The New Scientist. 2010;206(2766):38-41.

82. Soaring Arctic temperatures – a warning from history. The New Scientist. 2010;207(2769):15.

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