McMurdo LTER Publications

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2014
Cullis, J. D. S., Stanish, L. F. & McKnight, D. M. Diel flow pulses drive particulate organic matter transport from microbial mats in a glacial meltwater stream in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Water Resources Research 50, 86-97 (2014).
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).
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).
Sakaeva, A. Ecology and biogeography of freshwater diatoms in ponds of McMurdo Dry Valleys and parts of the Ross Island. Environmental Studies Program M.S., (2014).
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).
Fair, A. Corinne & W Lyons, B. Elemental Cycling in a Flow-Through Lake in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica: Lake Miers. Earth Sciences Master Thesis, 122 (2014).
Geyer, K. M. Environmental Controls Over the Distribution and Function of Antarctic Soil Bacterial Communities. Biological Sciences Ph.D., (2014).
Dolhi, J. M. & Morgan-Kiss, R. M. Environmental impacts on RubisCO from green algal laboratory isolates to Antarctic lake communities. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2014).
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).
Carey, M. et al. Forum: Climate Change and Environmental History. Environmental History 19, 281 - 364 (2014).
Dugan, H. A. Geophysics, Water Balance, and History of Thick Perennial Ice Covers on Antarctic Lakes. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Ph.D., (2014).
Nielsen, U. N. et al. Global-scale patterns of assemblage structure of soil nematodes in relation to climate and ecosystem properties. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 968 - 978 (2014).
Obryk, M. K. Hydrological and Biogeochemical Modeling of Taylor Valley Lakes, East Antarctica. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Ph.D., (2014).
Levy, J. S., Nolin, A., Fountain, A. G. & Head, J. W. Hyperspectral measurements of wet, dry and saline soils from the McMurdo Dry Valleys: soil moisture properties from remote sensing. Antarctic Science 26, 565 - 572 (2014).
Fountain, A. G., Levy, J. S., Gooseff, M. N. & Van Horn, D. J. The McMurdo Dry Valleys: A landscape on the threshold of change. Geomorphology 225, 25 - 35 (2014).
Ball, B. & Virginia, R. A. Microbial biomass and respiration responses to nitrogen fertilization in a polar desert. Polar Biology (2014). doi:10.1007/s00300-014-1459-0
Vick-Majors, T. J., Priscu, J. C. & Amaral-Zettler, L. A. Modular community structure suggests metabolic plasticity during the transition to polar night in ice-covered Antarctic lakes. The ISME Journal (2014). doi:10.1038/ismej.2013.190
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).
Obryk, M. K., Doran, P. T. & Priscu, J. C. The permanent ice cover of Lake Bonney, Antarctica: The influence of thickness and sediment distribution on photosynthetically available radiation and chlorophyll-a distribution in the underlying water column. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119, 1879 - 1891 (2014).
Priscu, J. C., Laybourn-Parry, J. & Häggblom, M. Polar and alpine microbiology in a changing world. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 89, 209 - 210 (2014).
Doran, P. T., Kenig, F., Knoepfle, L., Mikucki, J. A. & W Lyons, B. Radiocarbon abundance and reservoir effects in lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Limnology and Oceanography 59, 811-826 (2014).
Sylvain, Z. A. et al. Soil animal responses to moisture availability are largely scale, not ecosystem dependent: insight from a cross-site study. Global Change Biology 20, 2631 - 2643 (2014).
Van Horn, D. J. et al. Soil microbial responses to increased moisture and organic resources along a salinity gradient in a polar desert. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80, 3034-3043 (2014).
Convey, P. et al. The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity. Ecological Monographs 84, 203 - 244 (2014).
Telling, J. et al. Spring thaw ionic pulses boost nutrient availability and microbial growth in entombed Antarctic Dry Valley cryoconite holes. Frontiers in Microbiology 5, (2014).

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