Recherches Arctiques

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BiblioAlerte Février 2011

Publié le 07.02.2011 - Bibliographie

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1. Beaman RJ, O’Brien PE, Post AL, De Santis L. A new high-resolution bathymetry model for the Terre Adélie and George V continental margin, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):95-103.  

2. Cozzi S, Cantoni C. Stable isotope (?13C and ?15N) composition of particulate organic matter, nutrients and dissolved organic matter during spring ice retreat at Terra Nova Bay. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):43-56.  

3. Evans CW, Gubala V, Nooney R, et al. How do Antarctic notothenioid fishes cope with internal ice? A novel function for antifreeze glycoproteins. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):57-64.  

4. Favero-Longo SE, Cannone N, Roger Worland M, et al. Changes in lichen diversity and community structure with fur seal population increase on Signy Island, South Orkney Islands. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):65-77.  

5. Guerrero-Kommritz J. Seasonal distribution of early life stages in squid of the Lazarev Sea, Antarctica. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):93-94.  

6. Hendry KR, Leng MJ, Robinson LF, et al. Silicon isotopes in Antarctic sponges: an interlaboratory comparison. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):34-42.  

7. Kuhn KL, Near TJ, Detrich HW, Eastman JT. Biology of the Antarctic dragonfish Vomeridens infuscipinnis (Notothenioidei: Bathydraconidae). Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):18-26.  

8. Mayzaud P, Lacombre S, Boutoute M. Seasonal and growth stage changes in lipid and fatty acid composition in the multigeneration copepod Drepanopus pectinatus from Iles Kerguelen. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):3-17.  

9. Mendonça EDS, La Scala N, Panosso AR, Simas FN, Schaefer CE. Spatial variability models of CO2 emissions from soils colonized by grass ( Deschampsia antarctica) and moss ( Sanionia uncinata) in Admiralty Bay, King George Island. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):27-33.  

10. Stoddart M. CAML – a stepping stone to future programmes. Antarctic Science. 2011;23(01):1.  

11. Zhu R, Sun J, Liu Y, Gong Z, Sun L. Potential ammonia emissions from penguin guano, ornithogenic soils and seal colony soils in coastal Antarctica: effects of freezing-thawing cycles and selected environmental variables. Antarctic Science. 2010;23(01):78-92.  

12. ANS volume 23 issue 1 Cover and Front matter. Antarctic Science. 2011;23(01):f1-f2.  

13. ANS volume 23 issue 1 Cover and Back matter. Antarctic Science. 2011;23(01):b1-b3.  

14. Rinnan R, Michelsen A, Bååth E. Long-term warming of a subarctic heath decreases soil bacterial community growth but has no effects on its temperature adaptation. Applied Soil Ecology. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 3, 2011].  

15. Boggs K, Klein SC, Grunblatt J, et al. Alpine and Subalpine Vegetation Chronosequences following Deglaciation in Coastal Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):385-395.  

16. Dieser M, Greenwood M, Foreman CM. Carotenoid Pigmentation in Antarctic Heterotrophic Bacteria as a Strategy to Withstand Environmental Stresses. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):396-405.  

17. Douhovnikoff V, Goldsmith GR, Tape KD, et al. Clonal Diversity in an Expanding Community of Arctic Salix spp. and a Model for Recruitment Modes of Arctic Plants. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):406-411.  

18. Gould WA, González G, Walker DA, Ping C. Commentary. Integrating Research, Education, and Traditional Knowledge in Ecology: a Case Study of Biocomplexity in Arctic Ecosystems. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):379-384.  

19. Hågvar S. Primary Succession of Springtails (Collembola) in a Norwegian Glacier Foreland. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):422-429.  

20. Odland A, Høitomt T, Olsen SL. Increasing Vascular Plant Richness on 13 High Mountain Summits in Southern Norway since the Early 1970s. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):458-470.  

21. Schmidt NM, Baittinger C, Kollmann J, Forchhammer MC. Consistent Dendrochronological Response of the Dioecious Salix arctica to Variation in Local Snow Precipitation across Gender and Vegetation Types. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2010;42(4):471-475.  

22. Brierley AS, Cox MJ. Shapes of krill swarms and fish schools emerge as aggregation members avoid predators and access oxygen. Curr. Biol. 2010;20(19):1758-1762.  

23. Kozlowski WA, Deutschman D, Garibotti I, Trees C, Vernet M. An evaluation of the application of CHEMTAX to Antarctic coastal pigment data. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 7, 2011].  

24. Smethie Jr. WM, Chayes D, Perry R, Schlosser P. A lightweight vertical rosette for deployment in ice-covered waters. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

25. Batta-Lona PG, Bucklin A, Wiebe PH, Patarnello T, Copley NJ. Population genetic variation of the Southern Ocean krill, Euphausia superba, in the Western Antarctic Peninsula region based on mitochondrial single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

26. Parker ML, Donnelly J, Torres JJ. Invertebrate micronekton and macrozooplankton in the Marguerite Bay region of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

27. Rhein M, Kieke D, Hüttl-Kabus S, et al. Deep water formation, the subpolar gyre, and the meridional overturning circulation in the subpolar North Atlantic. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 7, 2011].  

28. Ribic CA, Ainley DG, Glenn Ford R, et al. Water masses, ocean fronts, and the structure of Antarctic seabird communities: Putting the eastern Bellingshausen Sea in perspective. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

29. Sévellec F, Fedorov AV. Stability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation and stratification in a zonally-averaged ocean model: Effects of freshwater flux, Southern Ocean winds, and diapycnal diffusion. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 7, 2011].  

30. Worby AP, Steer A, Lieser J, et al. Regional-scale sea-ice and snow thickness distributions from in situ and satellite measurements over East Antarctica during SIPEX 2007. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

31. Worby A, Meiners K, Ackley S. Antarctic sea-ice zone research during the International Polar Year, 2007-2009. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 3, 2011].  

32. Quillfeldt P, Martínez J, Hennicke J, et al. Hemosporidian blood parasites in seabirds–a comparative genetic study of species from Antarctic to tropical habitats. Naturwissenschaften. 2010;97(9):809-817.  

33. Hunter CM, Caswell H, Runge MC, et al. Climate change threatens polar bear populations: a stochastic demographic analysis. Ecology. 2010;91(10):2883-2897.  

34. Warner NA, Evenset A, Christensen G, et al. Volatile siloxanes in the European arctic: assessment of sources and spatial distribution. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010;44(19):7705-7710.  

35. Choy EJ, Park H, Kim J, Ahn I, Kang C. Isotopic Shift For Defining Habitat Exploitation By The Antarctic Limpet Nacella Concinna From Rocky Coastal Habitats (Marian Cove, King George Island). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. In Press, Accepted Manuscript. Available at: [Accédé Février 7, 2011].  

36. Anderson KJ. Review of health care reform in the United States and in Alaska. International Journal Of Circumpolar Health. 2010;69(5):424-436.  

37. Niclasen B, Mulvad G. Health care and health care delivery in Greenland. International Journal Of Circumpolar Health. 69(5):437-447.  

38. Husmann G, Philipp E, Rosenstiel P, Vazquez S, Abele D. Immune response of the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica to physical stress and microbial exposure. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. In Press, Corrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 7, 2011].  

39. Zhang F, He J, Xia L, et al. Applying and comparing two chemometric methods in absorption spectral analysis of photopigments from Arctic microalgae. J. Microbiol. Methods. 2010;83(2):120-126.  

40. Cocca E, Iorio SD, Capriglione T. Identification of a novel helitron transposon in the genome of Antarctic fish. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. In Press, Uncorrected Proof. Available at: [Accédé Février 3, 2011].  

41. Agustí S, Sejr MK, Duarte CM. Impacts of climate warming on polar marine and freshwater ecosystems. Polar Biol. 2011;33(12):1595-1598.  

42. Alcaraz M, Almeda R, Calbet A, et al. The role of arctic zooplankton in biogeochemical cycles: respiration and excretion of ammonia and phosphate during summer. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1719-1731.  

43. Arp CD, Jones BM, Schmutz JA, Urban FE, Jorgenson MT. Two mechanisms of aquatic and terrestrial habitat change along an Alaskan Arctic coastline. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1629-1640.  

44. Boras JA, Sala MM, Arrieta JM, et al. Effect of ice melting on bacterial carbon fluxes channelled by viruses and protists in the Arctic Ocean. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1695-1707.  

45. Crockett EL. Antioxidant potential is positively correlated with mitochondrial enzyme activity in Antarctic and non-Antarctic notothenioid fishes. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):113-118.  

46. Davies KF, Melbourne BA, McClenahan JL, Tuff T. Statistical models for monitoring and predicting effects of climate change and invasion on the free-living insects and a spider from sub-Antarctic Heard Island. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):119-125.  

47. Diemer KM, Conroy MJ, Ferguson SH, et al. Marine mammal and seabird summer distribution and abundance in the fjords of northeast Cumberland Sound of Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):41-48.  

48. Forest A, Wassmann P, Slagstad D, et al. Relationships between primary production and vertical particle export at the Atlantic-Arctic boundary (Fram Strait, HAUSGARTEN). Polar Biol. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Février 3, 2011].  

49. Hall-Aspland S, Rogers T, Canfield R, Tripovich J. Food transit times in captive leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx). Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):95-99.  

50. Kritzberg ES, Duarte CM, Wassmann P. Changes in Arctic marine bacterial carbon metabolism in response to increasing temperature. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1673-1682.  

51. La Mesa M, Catalano B, Greco S. Larval feeding of Chionodraco hamatus (Pisces, Channichthyidae) in the Ross Sea and its relation to environmental conditions. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):127-137.  

52. Lasternas S, Agustí S. Phytoplankton community structure during the record Arctic ice-melting of summer 2007. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1709-1717.  

53. Lescano MN, Fuentes VL, Sahade R, Tatián M. Identification of gut contents and microscopical observations of the gut epithelium of the macrophagous ascidian Cibacapsa gulosa Monniot and Monniot 1983 (Phlebobranchia, Octacnemidae). Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):23-30.  

54. Lyver PO, MacLeod CJ, Ballard G, et al. Intra-seasonal variation in foraging behavior among Adélie penguins (Pygocelis adeliae) breeding at Cape Hallett, Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):49-67.  

55. Morata N, Poulin M, Renaud PE. A multiple biomarker approach to tracking the fate of an ice algal bloom to the sea floor. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):101-112.  

56. Moreau S, Ferreyra GA, Mercier B, et al. Variability of the microbial community in the western Antarctic Peninsula from late fall to spring during a low ice cover year. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1599-1614.  

57. Pistorius PA, Baylis AMM. A bald encounter: hairless southern sea lion at the Falkland Islands. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):145-147.  

58. Regaudie-de-Gioux A, Duarte CM. Plankton metabolism in the Greenland Sea during the polar summer of 2007. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1651-1660.  

59. Rochera C, Justel A, Fernández-Valiente E, et al. Interannual meteorological variability and its effects on a lake from maritime Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1615-1628.  

60. Rothe N, Gooday AJ, Cedhagen T, Alan Hughes J. Biodiversity and distribution of the genus Gromia (Protista, Rhizaria) in the deep Weddell Sea (Southern Ocean). Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):69-81.  

61. Sala MM, Arrieta JM, Boras JA, Duarte CM, Vaqué D. The impact of ice melting on bacterioplankton in the Arctic Ocean. Polar Biol. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

62. Schroeter B, Green TGA, Pannewitz S, Schlensog M, Sancho LG. Summer variability, winter dormancy: lichen activity over 3 years at Botany Bay, 77°S latitude, continental Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):13-22.  

63. Shekh RM, Singh P, Singh SM, Roy U. Antifungal activity of Arctic and Antarctic bacteria isolates. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):139-143.  

64. Thoen HH, Johnsen G, Berge J. Pigmentation and spectral absorbance in the deep-sea arctic amphipods Eurythenes gryllus and Anonyx sp. Polar Biol. 2010;34(1):83-93.  

65. Vaquer-Sunyer R, Duarte CM, Santiago R, Wassmann P, Reigstad M. Experimental evaluation of planktonic respiration response to warming in the European Arctic Sector. Polar Biol. 2010. Available at: [Accédé Février 2, 2011].  

66. Wassmann P, Slagstad D, Ellingsen I. Primary production and climatic variability in the European sector of the Arctic Ocean prior to 2007: preliminary results. Polar Biol. 2010;33(12):1641-1650.  

67. Barr W. The retreat from Zemlya Frantsa-Iosifa [Franz Josef Land]: the diary of Lieutenant Carl Weyprecht of the Austro-Hungarian north pole expedition, 20 May–3 September 1874. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):97-125.  

68. Brady A. New Zealand’s strategic interests in Antarctica. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):126-134.  

69. Brooks K. The loss, discovery, and rediscovery of the crew of U.S. Navy LA-9 at Kronborg Glacier, east Greenland. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):181-184.  

70. Bulkeley R. Cold war whaling: Bellingshausen and the Slava flotilla. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):135-155.  

71. Burton R. INNOCENTS IN THE DRY VALLEYS: AN ACCOUNT OF THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION, 1958–1959. Colin Bull. 2009. Wellington: Victoria University Press. 267 p, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 978-0-86473-594-2. NZ$50. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):188-189.  

72. Codling R. Player’s Antarctic cigarette cards and the involvement of ‘Teddy’ Evans. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):177-181.  

73. Credland AG. WHALES’ BONES OF GERMANY, AUSTRIA, CZECH REPUBLIC AND SWITZERLAND. Nicholas Redman. 2009. Teddington: Redman Publishing. 205 p. illustrated, hard cover. ISBN 978-095458002-5. Available only from the author. Enquiries to £35. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):189-190.  

74. Hamblin JD. THE GREAT OCEAN OF TRUTH: MEMORIES OF HUDSON-70, THE FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE AMERICAS. Peter Wadhams. 2009. Cambridgeshire: Melrose Books. vi + 378 p, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 978-190704030-6. £15.99. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):187-188.  

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77. Stone IR. HOKKAIDO: A HISTORY OF ETHNIC TRANSITION AND DEVELOPMENT ON JAPAN’S NORTHERN ISLAND. Ann B. Irish. 2009. Jefferson, North Carolina and London: McFarland and Company. vii + 370 p, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 978-0-7864-4449-6. US$55. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):190.  

78. Stone IR. Royal Naval visits to Tristan da Cunha 1852–1904: an annotated list. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):156-164.  

79. Stone IR. THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS OF ALASKA: LIVING ON THE EDGE. Kenneth Wilson (Editor). 2008. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. xvi + 143 p, illustrated, hard cover. ISBN 978-1-60223-045-3. $45. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):185.  

80. Wegge N. The political order in the Arctic: power structures, regimes and influence. Polar Record. 2010;47(02):165-176.  

81. Westermann S, Langer M, Boike J. Spatial and temporal variations of summer surface temperatures of high-arctic tundra on Svalbard — Implications for MODIS LST based permafrost monitoring. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2011;115(3):908-922.  

82. Fries-Gaither J, Lightle K. SPORE series winner. Penguins and polar bears integrates science and literacy. Science. 2011;331(6016):413-414.  

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