Marek Zajaczkowski

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The Arctic system is one of the regions most influenced by ongoing global climate change, but there are still critical gaps in our knowledge regarding a substantial number of biological processes. This is especially true for processes taking place during the Arctic winter but also for seasonal processes, such as the dynamics of intra-annual meroplankton(More)
Recent palaeogenetic studies have demonstrated the occurrence of preserved ancient DNA (aDNA) in various types of fossilised material. Environmental aDNA sequences assigned to modern species have been recovered from marine sediments dating to the Pleistocene. However, the match between the aDNA and the fossil record still needs to be evaluated for the(More)
The septomarginal trabecula is present in all human hearts as well as in the hearts of other primates. It usually connects the interventricular septum with the anterior papillary muscle, although there are many variations in how this is achieved. The object of the analyses was to estimate the bilateral topography of the septomarginal trabecula and the(More)
During the 2004 summer season, 14 sediment samples were collected in Kongs− fjorden and Isfjorden, West Spitsbergen, from 6 down to 345 m water−depth (mwd). The samples yielded abundant assemblage of monothalamous foraminifera, belonging to almost 40 morphotypes. Our qualitative (>125 µm) and quantitative data (125–500 µm) allowed to distinguish three(More)
Multiproxy analyses (including benthic and plank-tonic foraminifera, δ 18 O and δ 13 C records, grain-size distribution , ice-rafted debris, XRF geochemistry and magnetic susceptibility) were performed on a 14 C-dated marine sediment core from Storfjordrenna, located off of southern Sval-bard. The sediments in the core cover the termination of(More)
The aim of this study was to determine the amount of organic and inorganic carbon in foraminifera specimens and to provide quantitative data on the contribution of foraminifera to the sedimentary carbon pool in Adventfjorden. The investigation was based on three calcareous species that occur commonly in Svalbard fjords: Cassidulina reniforme, Elphidium(More)
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