McMurdo LTER Publications

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2010
Samarkin, V. A. et al. Abiotic nitrous oxide emission from the hypersaline Don Juan Pond in Antarctica. Nature Geoscience 3, 341 - 344 (2010).
Vick-Majors, T. J. & Priscu, J. C. Bacterioplakton dynamics in stratified lakes of the Taylor Valley, Antarctica during the transition to polar night. Land Resources & Environmental Sciences M.S., 83 (2010).
Wadham, J. L. et al. Biogeochemical weathering under ice: Size matters. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24, (2010).
Stone, W. et al. Design and deployment of a four-degrees-of-freedom hovering autonomous underwater vehicle for sub-ice exploration and mapping. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment 224, 341 - 361 (2010).
Takacs-Vesbach, C., Zeglin, L. H., Gooseff, M. N., Barrett, J. E. & Priscu, J. C. Life in Antarctic Deserts and other Cold Dry Environments: Astrobiological Analogues 5, 221-257 (Cambridge University Press, 2010).
Herbei, R. et al. Physiochemical properties influencing biomass abundance and primary production in Lake Hoare, Antarctica. Ecological Modelling (2010). doi:LTER
Jepsen, S. M., Adams, E. E. & Priscu, J. C. Sediment Melt Dynamics in Permanent Antarctic Lake Ice. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 42, 57-66 (2010).
Welch, K. A. et al. Spatial variations in the geochemistry of glacial meltwater streams in the Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 22, 662 - 672 (2010).
Dieser, M., Nocker, A., Priscu, J. C. & Foreman, C. M. Viable microbes in ice: application of molecular assays to McMurdo Dry Valley lake ice communities. Antarctic Science 22, 470 - 476 (2010).
2011
Grebmeier, J. & Priscu, J. C. Frontiers in Understanding Climate Change and Polar Ecosystems. Committee on Frontiers in Understanding Climate Change and Polar Ecosystems Polar Research Board Division of Earth and Life Studies (The National Academies Press, 2011).

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