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Hunt, H., Wall, D. H., DeCrappeo, N. & Brenner, J. 519-529A model for nematode locomotion in soil. Nematology 3, 705-716 (2001).
Hunt, H., Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. A mathematical model for variation in water-retention curves among sandy soils. Antarctic Science 19, 427-436 (2007).
Hunt, H. & Wall, D. H. Modeling the effects of loss of soil biodiversity on ecosystem function. Global Change Biology 8, 32-49 (2002).
Hunt, H. W., Fountain, A. G., Doran, P. T. & Basagic, H. J. A dynamic physical model for soil temperature and water in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 419-434 (2010). doi:10.1017/S0954102010000234
Howkins, A. Taylor's Valley: What the History of Antarctica's 'Heroic Era' Can Contribute to Contemporary Ecological Research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Environment and History 22, 3 - 28 (2016).
Howkins, A. MCM IV: Getting Connected. 2013, (2011).
Howkins, A. et al. A digital archive of human activity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Earth System Science Data 12, (2020).
Howkins, A. The Polar Regions: An Environmental History. 248 (Polity, 2015). at <>
Howkins, A. Anthropocene Antarctica: Perspectives from the Humanities, Law and Social Sciences (Routledge, 2019). doi:10.4324/9780429429705
Howard-Williams, C., Peterson, D., W Lyons, B., Cattaneo-Vietti, R. & Gordon, S. Measuring ecosystem response in a rapidly changing environment: the Latitudinal Gradient Project. Antarctic Science. 10, (2006).
Howard-Williams, C., Schwarz, A. - M., Hawes, I. & Priscu, J. C. Ecosystem Processes in a Polar Desert: The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica 72, 189-203 (1998).
Howard-Williams, C., Hawes, I., Schwarz, A. - M. & Hall, J. A. Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free Landscapes 155-170 (Balkema Press, 1997).
House, H. R., McKnight, D. M. & Von Guerard, P. The influence of stream channel characteristics on streamflow and annual water budgets for lakes in Taylor Valley. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 30, 284-287 (1995).
Hooper, D. et al. Interactions between above and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: patterns, mechanisms and feedbacks. BioScience 50, 1049-1061 (2000).
Hogg, I. et al. Biotic interactions in Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems: Are they a factor?. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 3035-3040 (2006).
Hogg, I. D. & Wall, D. H. Global change and Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity. Polar Biology 34, 1625 - 1627 (2011).
Hoffman, M., Fountain, A. G. & Liston, G. Surface energy balance and melt thresholds over 11 years at Taylor Glacier, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 113, (2008).
Hoffman, M. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Glacier Melt in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Geology Ph.D., 296 (2011).
Hoffman, M., Fountain, A. G. & Liston, G. Near-Surface Internal Melting - a Substantial Mass Loss on Antarctic Dry Valley Glaciers. Journal of Glaciology 60, 361-374 (2014).
Hodson, A. et al. Ecological Monographs 78, 41-67 (2008).
Hodgson, D., Gibson, J. A. E. & Doran, P. T. Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes (Pienitz, R., Douglas, M. S. V. & Smol, J. P.) (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004).
Ho, M., Virginia, R. A. & Freckman, D. W. Soil spatial variation along a toposequence in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America Supplement 77, 197 (1996).
Ho, M., Virginia, R. A., Powers, L. E. & Freckman, D. W. Soil chemistry along a glacial chronosequence on Andrews Ridge, Taylor Valley. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 30, 310-311 (1995).
Hirst, C. et al. Silicon isotopes reveal a non-glacial source of silicon to Crescent Stream, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Frontiers in Earth Science 8, (2020).
Hicks, A. & Howkins, A. Tipping the Iceberg: A Collaborative Approach to Redesigning the Undergraduate Research Assignment in an Antarctic History Capstone Seminar. 48, 339-370 (2015).