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Hawes, I., Sumner, D. Y. & Jungblut, A. D. The Structure and Function of Aquatic Microbial Communities (Hurst, C. J.) 91 - 120 (Springer International Publishing, 2019). doi:10.1007/978-3-030-16775-2_4
Prentice, M. L., Kleman, J. & Stroeven, A. P. The Composite Glacial Erosional Landscape of the Northern McMurdo Dry Valleys: Implications for Antarctic Tertiary Glacial History, in Ecosystem Processes in a Polar Desert: The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Antarctic Research Series 72, Jan-38 (1998).
Jaraula, C., Kenig, F., Doran, P. T., Priscu, J. C. & Welch, K. A. Composition and Biodegradation of a Synthetic Oil Spilled on the Perennial Ice Cover of Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Environmental Science & Technology 43, 2708-2713 (2009).
Mikucki, J. A. et al. A Contemporary Microbially Maintained Subglacial Ferrous "Ocean". Science 324, 397-400 (2009).
Moorhead, D. L., Schmeling, S. & Hawes, I. Contributions of Benthic Microbial Mats to Net Primary Production in Lake Hoare, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 17, (2005).
Ball, B. & Virginia, R. A. Controls on diel soil CO2 flux across moisture gradients in a polar desert. Antarctic Science (2015). doi:10.1017/S0954102015000255
Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Controls on soil biodiversity: insight s from extreme environments. Applied Soil Ecology 13, 137-150 (1999).
Cozzetto, K. & McKnight, D. M. Controls on stream and hyporheic temperatures, Taylor Valley, Antarctica and large-scale climate influences on interannual flow variation in the Onyx River, Antarctica. Department of Civil Engineering Ph.D., 317 (2009).
Gooseff, M. N. et al. Controls on the spatial dimensions of wetted hydrologic margins of two antarctic lakes. Vadose Zone Journal 6, 841-848 (2007).
Dickson, J. L., Head, J. W., Levy, J. S. & Marchant, D. R. CORRIGENDUM: Don Juan Pond, Antarctica: Near-surface CaCl2-brine feeding Earth’s most saline lake and implications for Mars. Scientific Reports 3, (2013).
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
Fountain, A. G., Tranter, M., Nylen, T. H., Booth, D. & Lewis, K. J. Cryoconite holes on polar glaciers and their importance for meltwater runoff. Journal of Glaciology 50, 25-45 (2004).
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).
Fritsen, C. H. & Priscu, J. C. Cyanobacterial assemblages in permanent ice covers on Antarctic lakes: distribution, growth rate, and temperature response of photosynthesis. Journal of Phycology 34, 587-597 (1998).
Gordon, D. A., Lanoil, B. D., Giovannoni, S. J. & Priscu, J. C. Cyanobacterial communities associated with mineral particles in antarctic lake ice. Antarctic Journal of the United States - 1996 Review Issue (NSF 98-28) 31, 224-225 (1998).
Michaud, A. B., Šabacká, M. & Priscu, J. C. Cyanobacterial diversity across landscape units in a polar desert: Taylor Valley, Antarctica. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82, 268 - 278 (2012).
Zhang, L. et al. Cyanobacterial diversity in benthic mats of the McMurdo Dry Valley lakes, Antarctica. Polar Biology 38, 1097 - 1110 (2015).
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Doran, P. T. et al. Dating quaternary lacustrine sediments in the McMurdo Dry Valleys Antarctica. Palaeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 147, 223-239 (1999).
W Lyons, B. et al. Dating water and solute additions to ice-covered Antarctic lakes. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69, A720 (2005).
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).
Mikucki, J. A. et al. Deep groundwater and potential subsurface habitats beneath an Antarctic dry valley. Nature Communications 6, 6831 (2015).
Gooseff, M. N., McKnight, D. M., Runkel, R. L. & Duff, J. H. Denitrification and hydrologic transient storage in a glacial meltwater stream, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Limnology and Oceanography 49, 1884-1895 (2004).

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