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Relationships between surface sediment diatom assemblages and water chemistry gradients in saline lakes of the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica
The relationship between surface sediment diatom assemblages and measured limnological variables in 33 coastal Antarctic lakes was examined by constructing a diatom-water chemistry dataset. CanonicalExpand
Marine introductions in the Southern Ocean: an unrecognised hazard to biodiversity.
This study investigated the potential for transport of organisms between Hobart, Macquarie Island and the Antarctic continent by ships used in support of Antarctic science and tourism. NorthwardExpand
28S rDNA evolution in the Eumalacostraca and the phylogenetic position of krill.
The Malacostraca are an ancient and morphologically diverse class of Crustacea. The phylogenetic position of one order within this class, the Euphausiacea ("krill," subclass Eumalacostraca) wasExpand
The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity
Patterns of environmental spatial structure lie at the heart of the most fundamental and familiar patterns of diversity on Earth. Antarctica contains some of the strongest environmental gradients onExpand
Three improved satellite chlorophyll algorithms for the Southern Ocean
Remote sensing of Southern Ocean chlorophyll concentrations is the most effective way to detect large-scale changes in phytoplankton biomass driven by seasonality and climate change. However, theExpand
Acclimation of Antarctic bottom-ice algal communities to lowered salinities during melting
Sea-ice brine algal communities were exposed to salinities between 30 and 10‰ during melting. There was a progressive decline in maximum quantum yield, relative electron transfer rate (rETRmax) andExpand
Sedimentation of 13C-rich organic matter from Antarctic sea-ice algae: A potential indicator of past sea-ice extent
Organic matter collected in sediment traps at a nearshore marine site in Prydz Bay, East Antarctica, displayed a pronounced seasonal variation in carbon isotopes (expressed as δ 13 C OM ). WinterExpand
Diatom biostratigraphy of the Cenozoic glaciomarine Pagodroma Group, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica
In the northern Prince Charles Mountains glaciomarine sediments of the Pagodroma Group outcrop on Fisher Massif (Mt Johnston and Fisher Bench Formations) and at the Amery Oasis (Battye Glacier andExpand
Biological responses to environmental heterogeneity under future ocean conditions.
Organisms are projected to face unprecedented rates of change in future ocean conditions due to anthropogenic climate-change. At present, marine life encounters a wide range of environmentalExpand
Recent rapid salinity rise in three East Antarctic lakes
Research in East Antarctica has shown several recent environmental changes that may be linked to human impacts on climate. In order to detect the influence and context of these changes on coastalExpand
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