McMurdo LTER Publications

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Treonis, A. M. Environmental controls of the diversity, activity, and function of soil nematodes in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctic. Ph.D., (1999).
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).
Lawrence, J. & Doran, P. T. Evidence of Subglacial Brine Inflow and Wind-Induced Mixing from High Resolution Temperature Measurements in Lake Bonney, Antarctica. Department of Geology and Geophysics M.S., (2017).
Takacs-Vesbach, C. Factors Affecting the Distribution and Dynamics of Bacterioplankton Biomass and Diversity in Taylor Valley Lakes, Antarctica. Ph.D., (1999).
Santibáñez, P Factors influencing the abundance of microorganisms in icy environments. Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Ph.D., 236 (2016).
Olund, S. A. Fe and Nutrients in Coastal Antarctic Streams: Implications for Marine Primary Production in the Ross Sea. Earth Sciences M.S., (2017).
Fortner, S. The geochemistry of glacier snow and melt: The Oregon Cascades and Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Ph.D., (2008).
Saelens, E. D. The geochemistry of minor cations within Antarctic stream water: Determining the role of the hyporheic zone. School of Earth Sciences B.A., (2017).
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).
Koch, J. & McKnight, D. M. Hydrologic and biogeochemical implications of flooding in two catchments underlain by continuous permafrost. Department of Environmental Studies Ph.D., 206 (2010).
Wlostowski, A. & Gooseff, M. N. Hydrologic connectivity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica: Water-mediated mass and energy fluxes in streams and soils. Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering Ph.D., (2017).
Weaver, M. R. & Gooseff, M. N. Hydrologic controls of nutrient fluxes in glacial meltwater streams at inter-annual, seasonal, and daily timescales in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering M.S., (2011).
Obryk, M. K. Hydrological and Biogeochemical Modeling of Taylor Valley Lakes, East Antarctica. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Ph.D., (2014).
Cariani, Z. E. & Morgan-Kiss, R. M. Impact of simulated polar night on Antarctic mixotrophic and strict photoautotrophic phytoplankton. Department of Microbiology M.S., (2019).
Sudman, Z. & Gooseff, M. N. The impacts of thermokarst activity on a stream in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering M.S., 70 (2015).
Teufel, A. G. & Morgan-Kiss, R. M. Influence of abiotic drivers (light and nutrients) on photobiology and diversity of Antarctic lake phytoplankton communities. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2016).
Li, W. & Morgan-Kiss, R. M. Influence of environmental drivers and interactions on the microbial community structures in permanently stratified meromictic Antarctic lakes. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2016).
Brown, A. The influence of mixotroph growth on DOM chemistry in Pony Lake, a eutrophic coastal pond in Antarctica. M.S., (2001).
Van Matre, E. Interannual variation in phytoplankton dynamics in Lake Fryxell. M.S., (2002).
Lawson, J. Lacustrine Biogeochemistry of the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Ph.D., (2005).
Burkemper, A. Lacustrine History of Lake Hoare, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica, Based on Long Sediment Cores. M.S., (2007).
Altrichter, A. E. Landscape history and contemporary environmental drivers of microbial community structure and function. Biological Sciences MS, (2010).
Konley, S. Linkages between soils and lake ice sediments biogeochemistry: Taylor Valley, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. M.S., (2002).
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).