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Discovery of large conical stromatolites in Lake Untersee, Antarctica.
Lake Untersee is one of the largest (11.4 km(2)) and deepest (>160 m) freshwater lakes in East Antarctica. Located at 71°S the lake has a perennial ice cover, a water column that, with the exceptionExpand
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Stormwater runoff quality from copper roofing, Auckland, New Zealand
Abstract Copper (Cu) roofing materials have traditionally been used in New Zealand for institutional roofing, but are now increasingly used on domestic dwellings. The potential contribution to CuExpand
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Potential biogas scrubbing using a high rate pond.
The potential to scrub biogas in a high rate pond (HRP) was evaluated using apparatus designed to maximize gas-liquid contact. Experiments compared the removal of carbon dioxide from synthetic biogasExpand
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Chemistry and stratification of Antarctic meltwater ponds II: Inland ponds in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Victoria Land
Meltwater ponds in the Victoria Valley and in the Labyrinth at the head of the Wright Valley of Victoria Land were sampled in January (summer) and October (late winter) of 2004 to establish theirExpand
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The effects of entombment on water chemistry and bacterial assemblages in closed cryoconite holes on Antarctic glaciers.
Closed cryoconite holes (CCHs) are small aquatic ecosystems enclosed in glacier surface ice, and they collectively contribute substantial aquatic habitat to inland Antarctica. We examined theExpand
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Summer–winter transitions in Antarctic ponds I: The physical environment
Abstract Meltwater ponds are one of the most widespread aquatic habitats in ice-free areas of continental Antarctica. While most studies of such systems occur during the Antarctic summer, here weExpand
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PChemistry and stratification of Antarctic meltwater ponds I: Coastal ponds near Bratina Island, McMurdo Ice Shelf
The geochemistry and vertical stratification of shallow meltwater ponds at 78°S near Bratina Island (McMurdo Ice Shelf) have been determined for late winter (October) and summer (January) conditionsExpand
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The fate of antimony in a major lowland river system, the Waikato River, New Zealand
Antimony is an element that is becoming of increasing concern as an environmental contaminant. Geothermal systems are a source of Sb into some fresh waters of New Zealand’s North Island. The purposeExpand
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Identifying avian sources of faecal contamination using sterol analysis
Discrimination of the source of faecal pollution in water bodies is an important step in the assessment and mitigation of public health risk. One tool for faecal source tracking is the analysis ofExpand
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