McMurdo LTER Publications

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Crisp, S. W. Quantifying long-term geomorphology of Antarctic streams. Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering MS, 185 (2015).
Miller, E. A Qualitative Approach to Understanding the Rate of Weathering, Taylor Valley, Antarctica. (2006). doi:LTER
Warnock, J. P. Provenance of organic matter in Taylor Valley, Antarctica lakes: Scanning Electron Microscopy of sediment. M.S., (2008).
Kudalkar, P. S. & Priscu, J. C. Physiological characteristics of fungi associated with Antarctic environments. Land Resources and Environmental Sciences M.S., (2016).
Kohler, T. J. Physical and chemical controls on the abundance and composition of stream microbial mats from the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Environmental Studies Ph.D., 272 (2015).
Gudding, J. Phosphorus in Taylor Valley, Antarctica: the connection between landscape age and nutrient limitation in aquatic ecosystem components. M.S., (2003).
Foley, K. Pedogenic Carbonate Distribution within Glacial Till in Taylor Valley, Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. M.S., (2005).
Doran, P. T. & Wharton, Jr., R. A. Paleolimnology of Perenially Ice-Covered Antarctic Oasis Lakes. Ph.D., (1996).
Cronin, K. D. & Doran, P. T. Noble Gas Radioisotope Constraints on Water Residence Time and Solvent Sources in Lake Bonney. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences M.S., (2016).
Singley, J. G. Nitrate Dynamics Under Unsteady and Intermittent Flow in an Antarctic Stream. Environmental Studies M.S., (2017).
Acosta, D. R. Modeling Surface Photosynthetic Active Radiation in Taylor Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Earth and Environmental Sciences M.S., (2016).
Bernzott, E. D. & Gooseff, M. N. Modeling nitrate concentrations in an Antarctic glacial meltwater stream under fluctuating hydrologic conditions and nitrate inputs. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering M.S., (2012).
Gooseff, M. N. Modeling hyporheic exchange influences on biogeochemical processes in dry valley streams, Antarctica. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research Ph.D., (2001).
Witherow, R. The Minor Alkaline Earth Element and Alkali Metal Behavior in Closed-basin Lakes. (2009). doi:LTER
Michaud, A. B. Microbially mediated biogeochemical cycles in polar ice covered lakes. Department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences Ph.D., (2016).
Moore, J. Microbial Processes in the Moats of Lakes in the Taylor Valley, Antarctica. M.S., (2007).
Cawley, K. Microbial interactions with dissolved organic matter in saline natural waters. (2010). doi:LTER
Mikucki, J. A. Microbial Ecology of an Antarctic Subglacial Environment. Ph.D., (2005).
Zeglin, L. H. Microbial diversity and function at aquatic- terrestrial interfaces in desert ecosystems. Department of Biology Ph.D., (2008).
Witherow, R. Mercury Concentrations in Snow and the Modern Mercury Flux to Taylor Valley, Antarctica. M.S., (2005).
Karnovic, M., Carey, A. E., Bair, S. E. & van der Veen, C. Mathematical Modeling of a Hydrocarbon Spill on the Ice Cover of Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Geological Sciences M.S., 114 (2005).
Patriarche, J. D. Long-term and over winter phytoplankton community dynamics in Lake Bonney, Antarctica. Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences M.S., (2017).
Konley, S. Linkages between soils and lake ice sediments biogeochemistry: Taylor Valley, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. M.S., (2002).
Altrichter, A. E. Landscape history and contemporary environmental drivers of microbial community structure and function. Biological Sciences MS, (2010).
Burkemper, A. Lacustrine History of Lake Hoare, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica, Based on Long Sediment Cores. M.S., (2007).

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