*  Amy Leventer - Wikipedia
Amy Leventer is an American Antarctic researcher specialising in micropaleontology, with specific research interests in marine ... "Productivity cycles of 200-300 years in the Antarctic Peninsula region: understanding linkages among the sun, atmosphere, ... Leventer specialises in marine geology, biological oceanography, and paleoclimatology. Her research involves the study of ... Leventer has made over a dozen journeys to the Antarctic, which began at the age of 24 and led to the pursuit of her PhD. ...
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*  Teodor Negoiță - Wikipedia
Antarctic is also a "biological laboratory", extremely interesting for wild life research. During his Antarctic expeditions, ... The region is rocky, not icy, and offers numerous access points to the Antarctic icecap. The Romanian research team intends to ... "It is a first time in the Romanian Antarctic research, the country that signed the 1971 Antarctic Treaty which gives us the ... research regarding climate changes, magnetism research. Over Antarctics lies the largest ozone hole, research regarding ...
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*  High-nutrient, low-chlorophyll regions - Wikipedia
Oceanographic Research Papers. 35(6): 649-680. Miller, Charles B.; Wheeler, Patricia A. (2012). Biological oceanography (2nd ed ... Antarctic krill Iron fertilization Iron Hypothesis John Martin (oceanographer) Marine snow Primary production Lalli, C.M.; ... HNLC regions cover 20% of the world's oceans and are characterized by varying physical, chemical, and biological patterns. ... Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 56(7), 1117-1129. Lam, Phoebe J.; Bishop, James K. B. (2008-04-01). " ...
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*  Texture and geochemistry of surface horizons of Arctic soils from a non-glaciated catchment, SW Spitsbergen : Polish Polar...
Properties of selected soils from the sub−Arctic region of Labrador, Canada. Polish Polar Research 33: 207-224.Web of Science ... Ornithogenic soils on King George Island, South Shetland Islands (Maritime Antarctic Zone). Polish Polar Research 5: 31-60. ... Metals in some dominant vascular plants, mosses, lichens, algae, and the biological soil crust in various types of terrestrial ... Age of raised marine beaches of northern Hornsund Region, South Spitsbergen. Polish Polar Research 12 (2): 161-182.Google ...
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*  Diana Wall - Wikipedia
... the Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research President's Medal for Excellence in Antarctic Research, and the Soil Ecology ... Since then she has conducted long-term soil ecology research in this region. Her work has changed our understanding of soil ... Wall has held the position of President of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, the Ecological Society of America, ... She is an environmental scientist and a soil ecologist and her research has focussed on the Antarctic McMurdo Dry Valleys. Wall ...
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*  Kit Kovacs - Wikipedia
... for representatives to Standing Scientific Groups and Standing Committees under the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research ... Kovacs has also successfully facilitated cooperation between the tourism industry and researchers in the Arctic region. Kovacs ... was the secretary of the Canadian National Council for the International Union of Biological Studies (NSERC) from 1989-1992, ... She is now the senior research scientist for the Biodiversity Research Programme at the Centre for Ice Climate and Ecosystems ( ...
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*  Use of metallothioneins as biomarkers for environmental quality assessment in the Gulf of Gabès (Tunisia) | SpringerLink
Detection and assessment of the impact of pollution on biological resources imply increasing research on early-warning markers ... Detection and assessment of the impact of pollution on biological resources imply increasing research on early-warning markers ... and metallothionein in bivalves from lakes within a smelter-impacted region. Science of the Total Environment, 369, 403-418. ... Cadmium bioaccumulation and detoxification in the gill and digestive gland of the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica. ...
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*  Forschungszentrum Jülich - Publications of the ICG-3 before 1999
Measurements of light atmospheric hydrocarbons over the atlantic in regions of low biological activity.. J. Geophys. Res. 95, ... Environmental Research Programme, Research Area: Air Quality, Final Report, Contract No: ERBEV5V-CT91-0048 (1995) ... Remote sensing observations of daytime column NO2 during the airborne antarctic ozone experiment, August 22 to October 2, 1987. ... Air Pollution Research Report 47, Joint Workshop CEC/BIATEX of EUROTRAC, J. Slanina, G. Angeletti, S. Beilke (Eds.), p. 235-242 ...
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*  List of Antarctic women - Wikipedia
... pioneering role model in Antarctic research Ann Chapman (1937-2009), limnologist, first woman to lead an Antarctic expedition ... early Antarctic biological researcher Kelly Falkner (born 1960), chemical oceanographer, educator Patricia Hepinstall, flight ... head of the Polar Regions Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, since 2007 Rosie Stancer (born 1960), explorer, ... polar research supporter Marie Darby, marine biologist and teacher, first New Zealand woman to visit the Antarctic mainland ...
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*  Alloxylon pinnatum - Wikipedia
The flowers are visited by the rare Richmond birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera richmondia), which occurs in the same region. In ... Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government. "Alloxylon pinnatum (Maiden & Betche) P.H.Weston & Crisp". ... Flora of Australia: Volume 16: Eleagnaceae, Proteaceae 1. Collingwood, Victoria: CSIRO Publishing / Australian Biological ... and Antarctic beech (Lophozonia moorei). In Queensland it is associated with golden sassafras (Doryphora sassafras) and native ...
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*  Monika Puskeppeleit - Wikipedia
... and biomedical research at the German Antarctic overwinter station. She started the "UV-B radiation related biological climate ... Puskeppeleit M Is the human immune system changing while staying at a polar region? -Antarctica as an example. German Society ... Her research interests focus on maritime and offshore telemedicine, cruise ship medicine, maritime education issues, inter- ... Puskeppeleit is a current member of the German Society of Polar Research (DGP), German Institute for Aero and Space Medicine ( ...
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*  Indian Antarctic Program - Wikipedia
The National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research-a research and development body functioning under the Ministry of Earth ... Indian expeditions to the Antarctic also study the fauna and the molecular biodiversity of the region. A total of 120 new ... Under the program, atmospheric, biological, earth, chemical, and medical sciences are studied by India, which has carried out ... National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research (NCAOR), Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India.. ...
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*  CSIRO PUBLISHING | Marine and Freshwater Research
Marine and Freshwater Research is an international journal publishing high-quality research and review articles in aquatic ... Gordon, A. L. (1971). Antarctic polar front zone. In 'Antarctic Oceanology'. (Ed. J. L. Reid.) pp. 205-221. Antarctic Research ... Deep-sea Research. Part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography 49, 3713-3733. , Physical and biological patchiness of an upper ... Journal of Plankton Research 19, 675-691. , Mesozooplankton community structure and grazing impact in the region of the ...
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*  Food and feeding habits of the blue shark Prionace glauca caught off Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, with a review on its...
Cephalopods of the Southwest Indian OceanRidge: A hotspot of biological diversity and absence of endemism. Deep Sea Research ... Croxall J.P. and Prince P.A. (1994) Dead or alive, night or day: how do albatrosses catch squid? Antarctic Science 6, 155-162. ... in the transition region of the Western North Pacific. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 17, 111-124. ... Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, Vol. 96, p. 49. ...
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*  Antarctic minke whale - Wikipedia
The first research program, Japanese Research Program in the Antarctic (JARPA), began in 1987-88, when 273 Antarctic minkes ... Bull, H. J. (1896). The cruise of the 'Antarctic' to the South Polar regions. London: Edward Arnold. Ainley, D. G. (2010). "A ... Masaki, Y (1979). "Yearly change of the biological parameters for the Antarctic minke whale". Reports of the International ... Ohsumi, S (1973). ""Find of a marlin spear from the Antarctic minke whales". Scientific Reports of the Whales Research ...
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*  Great Bugs of Fire | Science Mission Directorate
Microgravity Research Program Office at Marshall has a wealth of information and background on various microgravity projects. ... The life form is thought to produce about 30 percent of the biomass on Earth, much of it in the Antarctic Ocean. ... Scientists hope to use the space grown crystals to improve the biological understanding of how these molecules work based on a ... Researchers say that the heat and geochemical conditions in volcanic regions may be similar to conditions that existed on the ...
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*  Determinants of trace metal concentrations in marine organisms | SpringerLink
Biological Trace Metal Research 6, 139-158.CrossRefGoogle Scholar. *. Clark, D.R. Jr (1979) Lead concentrations: bats vs ... Norheim, G. (1987) Levels and interactions of heavy metals in seabirds from Svalbard and the Antarctic. Environmental Pollution ... a Treatise on the Biology of Seagrasses with Special Reference to the Australian Region, (eds A.W.D. Larkum, A.J. McComb and S. ... Turner, D.R. (1984) Relationships between biological availability and chemical measurements, in Metal Ions in Biological ...
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*  The nature of the diatom Leptocylindrus mediterraneus (Bacillariophyceae), host of the enigmatic symbiosis with the...
In: Antarctic marine protists (Ed. by F.J. Scott & H.J. Marchant), pp. 13-201. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra ... composition and abundance in relation to free-floating Antarctic icebergs. Deep-Sea Research II 58: 1436-1450. FRYXELL G.A. 1989 ... region, especially from Port Phillip Bay and tropical northeastern Australia. Brunonia 8: 293-348. WATERS R.L., VAN DEN ENDEN R ... 1976). In Antarctic waters, some authors have pooled L. mediterraneus and Dactyliosolen spp. (Waters et al. 2000). Cefarelli et ...
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*  Antarctic krill - Wikipedia
Australian Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems, Cooperative Research Centre (2008). Position analysis: CO2 emissions and climate ... This process is called the biological pump. As the waters around Antarctica are very deep (2,000-4,000 metres or 6,600-13,100 ... These values are not outstandingly high, compared to very productive areas like the North Sea or upwelling regions, but the ... Australian Antarctic Division Antarctic Krill fact sheet, Australian Antarctic Division "Krill fights for survival as sea ice ...
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*  List of international environmental agreements - Wikipedia
... www.carpathianconvention.org Antarctic Fauna and Flora Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources ... Biological] and Toxin Weapons and on their Destruction) (BWC) Bonn Agreement Carpathian Convention Framework Convention on the ... 1981 Convention for the Protection and Development of the Marine Environment of the Wider Caribbean Region, Cartagena de Indias ... more than 3,000 international environmental instruments have been identified by the Canada Research Chair in International ...
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*  Additions to and revisions of the amphipod (Crustacea: Amphipoda) fauna of South Africa, with a list of currently known species...
South African Journal of Antarctic Research 21: 3-44. [ Links ]. CHEVREUX, E. & FAGE, L. 1925. Amphipods. Faune de France 9. 1- ... IDepartment of Biological Sciences & Marine Research Institute, University of CapeTown, Rondebosch, 7700 South Africa II ... those papers covered a wider southern African region. Species occurring in the sub-Antarctic Marion and Prince Edward Islands ... five being new records for the region! Even the coastal fauna of some parts of the region is poorly explored, as exemplified in ...
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*  UV Radiation Effects on Phytoplankton Primary Production: A Comparison Between Arctic and Antarctic Marine Ecosystems |...
In: Ross RM, Hofmann EE, Quetin LB (eds) Foundations for ecological research West of the Antarctic Peninsula. American ... Ackley SF, Buck KR, Taguchi S (1979) Standing crop of algae in the sea ice of the Weddell Sea region. Deep-Sea Res 26A:269-281 ... Boucher NP, Prézelin PP (1996) An in situ biological weighting function for UV inhibition of phytoplankton carbon fixation in ... Priddle J (1990) The Antarctic planktonic ecosystem. In: Medlin LK, Priddle J (eds) Polar marine diatoms. British Antarctic ...
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*  CPBR News 5 - June 1998
Sydney and the Antarctic Science Advisory Committee. Pat brings a sound biological and botanical background to the Committee ... 20-30: Review of Natural History Museum, London Research Judy West Review of NHM research programs. CPBR News is compiled by ... Bob Makinson has spent three weeks leave on a busman's holiday in the Kimberley region of WA. In addition to fishing and ... Lyn is presenting a paper on his Syzygium research and Rogier on his Labiate work from his doctorate research while at Oxford. ...
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*  Anatoly Andriyashev - Wikipedia
Andriyashev focused on ichthyological research in the Far East and the Arctic seas, in the Antarctic and in the different ... Explorations of the fauna of the seas IV(XII). Biological results of the Soviet Antarctic Expedition (1955-1958) 3:389-412 [In ... A new deep-sea species of the Careproctus genus (Liparidae, Scorpaeniformes) from the equatorial region of the Atakama Trench ( ... Adaptations within Antarctic Ecosystems. Proceedings of 3rd SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology. Washington (1974):351-60 ...
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