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Samarkin, V. A. et al. Abiotic nitrous oxide emission from the hypersaline Don Juan Pond in Antarctica. Nature Geoscience 3, 341 - 344 (2010).
Hawes, I. & Schwartz, A. - M. Absorption and utilization of low irradiance by cyanobacterial mats in two ice-covered Antarctic lakes. Journal of Phycology 37, 5-15 (2001).
Voytek, M. A., Ward, B. B. & Priscu, J. C. The Abundance of Ammonium-Oxidizing Bacteria in Lake Bonney, Antarctica Determined by Immunofluorescence, PCR and In Situ Hybridization, in Ecosystem Processes in a Polar Desert: The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Antarctic Research Series 72, 217-228 (1998).
Kepner, R. L., Wharton, Jr., R. A. & Galchenko, V. Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free Landscapes 241-250 (Balkema Press, 1997).
Carpenter, S. et al. Accelerate Synthesis in Ecology and Environmental Sciences. Bioscience 59, 699-701 (2009).
Levy, J. S. et al. Accelerated thermokarst formation in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Scientific Reports 3, (2013).
Hall, B. L., Denton, G. H., Heath, S. L., Jackson, M. S. & Koffman, T. N. B. Accumulation and marine forcing of ice dynamics in the western Ross Sea during the last deglaciation. Nature Geoscience 8, 625 - 628 (2015).
Conovitz, P. A. Active layer dynamics and hyporheic zone storage in three streams in the McMurdo Dy Valleys, Antarctica. M.S., (2000).
Morgan-Kiss, R. M., Priscu, J. C., Pocock, T., Gudynaite-Savitch, L. & Huner, N. P. A. Adaptation and acclimation of photosynthetic microorganisms to permanently cold environments. Microbial and Molecular Biology Review 70, 222-252 (2006).
Šabacká, M. et al. Aeolian flux of biotic and abiotic material in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Geomorphology 155-156, 102 - 111 (2012).
Witherow, R. et al. The aeolian flux of calcium, chloride and nitrate to the McMurdo Dry Valleys landscape: Evidence from snow pit analysis. Antarctic Science 18, 497-505 (2006).
Diaz, M. A. et al. Aeolian material transport and its role in landscape connectivity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123, 3323 - 3337 (2018).
Deuerling, K. M. & W Lyons, B. Aeolian sediments of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Geological Sciences M.S., (2010).
Pearce, D. A. et al. Aerobiology Over Antarctica – A New Initiative for Atmospheric Ecology. Frontiers in Microbiology 776796194610314927235011365134445142846479110123936574, (2016).
Spaulding, S. A. & Wall, D. H. Algal investigations at varying temporal scales in an extreme environment: McMurdo Dry Valley lakes, Antarctica. Ph.D., (1996).
Piergallini, B. & W Lyons, B. Analysis of acid-leachable barium, copper, iron, lead, & zinc concentrations in Taylor Valley, Antarctic stream sediments. School of Earth Sciences B.S., (2020).
Runkel, R. L., McKnight, D. M. & Andrews, E. D. Analysis of transient storage subject to unsteady flow: diel flow variation in an Antarctic stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17, 143-154 (1998).
Esposito, R. M. M. et al. Antarctic Climate Cooling and Response of Diatoms in Glacial Meltwater Streams. Geophysical Research Letters 33, L07406 (2006).
Doran, P. T. et al. Antarctic climate cooling and terrestrial ecosystem response. Nature 415, 517-520 (2002).
Cook, G. & Morgan-Kiss, R. M. Antarctic Chlamydomonas strains C. sp. UWO241 and ICE-MDV exhibit differential restructuring of the photosynthetic apparatus in response to iron. Department of Microbiology M.S., (2018).
W Lyons, B., Laybourn-Parry, J., Welch, K. A. & Priscu, J. C. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator (Bergstrom, D. M., Convey, P. & Huiskes, A. H. L.) (S, 2006). doi:LTER
Priscu, J. C. & Fritsen, C. H. Antarctic lake-ice microbial consortia: Origin, distribution, and growth physiology. Antarctic Journal of the United States - 1996 Review Issue (NSF 98-28) 31, 223-224 (1998).
Hall, B. L., Denton, G. H., Fountain, A. G., Hendy, C. H. & Henderson, G. M. Antarctic lakes suggest millennial reorganizations of Southern Hemisphere atmospheric and oceanic circulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, 21355 - 21359 (2010).