McMurdo LTER Publications

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Doran, P. T. et al. Antarctic climate cooling and terrestrial ecosystem response. Nature 415, 517-520 (2002).
Nielsen, U. N., Wall, D. H., Adams, B. & Virginia, R. A. Antarctic nematode communities: observed and predicted responses to climate change. Polar Biology 34, 1701 - 1711 (2011).
Adhikari, B. N., Tomasel, C. M., Li, G., Wall, D. H. & Adams, B. The Antarctic Nematode Plectus murrayi: An Emerging Model to Study Multiple Stress Survival. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2010, pdb.emo142 - pdb.emo142 (2010).
Gutt, J. et al. Antarctic Thresholds - Ecosystem Resilience and Adaptation (AnT-ERA), a new SCAR-biology programme. Polarforschung 82, 147-150. (2013).
Magalhaes, C. et al. At Limits of Life: Multidisciplinary Insights Reveal Environmental Constraints on Biotic Diversity in Continental Antarctica. PLoS ONE 7, e44578 (2012).
Adams, G. A. & Wall, D. H. Biodiversity above and below the surface of soils and sediments: linkages and implications for global change. Bioscience 50, 1043-1048 (2000).
Porazinska, D. et al. The Biodiversity and Biogeochemistry of Cryoconite Holes from McMurdo Dry Valley Glaciers, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 36, 84-91 (2004).
Wall, D. H. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. Bioscience 107-108 (1999). doi:LTER
Wall, D. H. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in terrestrial habitats of Antarctica. Antarctic Science 17, 523-531 (2005).
Wall, D. H., Palmer, M. A. & Snelgrove, P. V. R. Biodiversity in critical transition zones between terrestrial freshwater and marine soils and sediments: processes, linkages, and management implications. Ecosystems 4, 418-420 (2001).
Barrett, J. E. et al. Biogeochemical stoichiometry of Antarctic Dry Valley ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research 112, G01010+12 (2007).
Lee, C. K. et al. Biotic interactions are an unexpected yet critical control on the complexity of an abiotically driven polar ecosystem. Communications Biology 2, (2019).
Hogg, I. et al. Biotic interactions in Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems: Are they a factor?. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 3035-3040 (2006).
E. Shaw, A. & Wall, D. H. Biotic interactions in experimental Antarctic soil microcosms vary with abiotic stress. Soil Systems 3, (2019).
Chown, S. L. et al. Challenges to the Future Conservation of the Antarctic. Science 337, 158 - 159 (2012).
Doran, P. T. et al. Comment on ``El Niño suppresses Antarctic warming'' by N. Bertler et al. Geophysical Research Letters 32, L07706 (2005).
Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Controls on soil biodiversity: insight s from extreme environments. Applied Soil Ecology 13, 137-150 (1999).
Barrett, J. E. et al. Co-variation in soil biodiversity and biogeochemistry in Northern and Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 18, 535-548 (2006).
Fierer, N. et al. Cross-biome metagenomic analyses of soil microbial communities and their functional attributes. Proceedings Bational Academy of Sciences (2012). doi:10.1073/pnas.1215210110
Adhikari, B. N., Tomasel, C. M., Li, G., Wall, D. H. & Adams, B. Culturing the Antarctic Nematode Plectus murrayi. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2010, pdb.prot5522 - pdb.prot5522 (2010).
Gooseff, M. N. et al. Decadal ecosystem response to an anomalous melt season in a polar desert in Antarctica. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 1334-1338 (2017).
Barrett, J. E., Virginia, R. A., Wall, D. H. & Adams, B. Decline in a dominant invertebrate species contributes to altered carbon cycling in a low-diversity soil ecosystem. Global Change Biology 14, 1734-1744 (2008).
Knox, M. et al. Decoupled responses of soil bacteria and their invertebrate consumer to warming, but not freeze-thaw cycles, in the Antarctic Dry Valleys. Ecology Letters 20, 1242-1249 (2017).
Adhikari, B. N., Wall, D. H. & Adams, B. Desiccation survival in an Antarctic nematode: molecular analysis using expressed sequenced tags. BMC GENOMICS 10, 69 (2009).
Courtright, E., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Determining habitat suitability for soil invertebrates in an extreme environment: The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 13, 9-17 (2001).