McMurdo LTER Publications

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Adams, B., Wall, D. H., Virginia, R. A., Broos, E. & Knox, M. Ecological Biogeography of the Terrestrial Nematodes of Victoria Land, Antarctica. ZooKeys 419, 29 - 71 (2014).
Ecological legacies: production, persistence and influence on soil and lake ecosystems of the Antarctic dry valleys. Bioscience 49, 1009-1019 (1999).
Wardle, D. et al. Ecological linkages between aboveground and belowground biota. Science 304, 1629-1633 (2004).
Ball, B. & Virginia, R. A. The ecological role of moss in a polar desert: implications for aboveground- belowground and terrestrial -aquatic linkages. Polar Biology 37, 651-664 (2014).
Freckman, D. W. & Virginia, R. A. The ecology of nematodes in Antarctic Dry Valley soils. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 28, 10-11 (1993).
Nielsen, U. N. et al. The ecology of pulse events: insights from an extreme climatic event in a polar desert ecosystem. Ecosphere 3, art17 (2012).
Priscu, J. C. An Ecosystem of Superlatives. Bioscience 55, 804-806 (2005).
Cory, R. M., Miller, M. P., McKnight, D. M., Guerard, J. & Miller, P. L. Effect of instrument-specific response on the analysis of fulvic acid fluorescence spectra. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8, 67-78 (2010).
Adhikari, B. N., Wall, D. H. & Adams, B. Effect of slow desiccation and freezing on gene transcription and stress survival of an Antarctic nematode. Journal of Experimental Biology 213, 1803 - 1812 (2010).
Dowling, C., Poreda, R. J. & W Lyons, B. The effects of high meltwater on the limnology of Lake Fryxell and Lake Hoare, Taylor Valley, Antarctica, as shown by dissolved gas, tritium and chlorofluorocarbons. Antarctic Science 26, 331 - 340 (2014).
Powers, L. E., Freckman, D. W. & Virginia, R. A. Effects of human disturbance on soil nematode populations in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America Supplement 77, 360 (1996).
Ayres, E. et al. Effects of Human Trampling on Populations of Soil Fauna in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Conservation Biology 22, 1544-1551 (2008).
Kepner, R. L. et al. Effects of research diving on a stratified antarctic lake. Water Research (1999).
Lee, P. et al. Elevated levels of dimethylated-sulfur compounds in Lake Bonney, a poorly ventilated Antarctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography 49, 1044-1055 (2004).
Lewis, K. J., Fountain, A. G. & Dana, G. L. Energy balance studies of Canada Glacier, Taylor Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology 27, 603-609 (1998).
Doran, P. T. et al. Entry approach into pristine ice-sealed lakes - Lake Vida, East Antarctica, a model ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography-Methods 6, 542-547 (2008).
Matys, E. D. et al. Environmental controls on bacteriohopanepolyol profiles of benthic microbial mats from Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Geobiology (2019). doi:10.1111/gbi.12353
Geyer, K. M. et al. Environmental controls over bacterial communities in polar desert soils. Ecosphere 4, art127 (2013).
Robeson, M. S. et al. Environmental DNA sequencing primers for eutardigrades and bdelloid rotifers. BMC Ecology 9, 25 (2009).
Burnett, L., Moorhead, D. L., Hawes, I. & Howard-Williams, C. Environmental factors associated with deep chlorophyll maxima in dry valley lakes, South Victoria Land, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 38, 179-189 (2006).
Stanish, L. F., Bagshaw, E., McKnight, D. M., Fountain, A. G. & Tranter, M. Environmental factors influencing diatom communities in Antarctic cryoconite holes. Environmental Research Letters 8, 045006 (2013).
Simmons, G. M., J. Vestal, R. & Wharton, Jr., R. A. Environmental regulators of microbial activity in continental antarctic lakes, in Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in Antarctic Lakes. Antarctic Research Series 59, 165-195 (1993).
Hawes, I., Giles, H. & Doran, P. T. Estimating photosynthetic activity in microbial mats in an ice-covered Antarctic lake using automated oxygen microelectode profiling and variable chlorophyll fluorescence. Limnology and Oceanography 59, 674-688 (2014).
Sakaeva, A. et al. Evidence for dispersal and habitat controls on pond diatom communities from the McMurdo Sound Region of Antarctica. Polar Biology (2016). doi:10.1007/s00300-016-1901-6
Tyler, S. W. et al. Evidence of deep circulation in two perennially ice-covered Antarctic lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 43, 625-635 (1998).