McMurdo LTER Publications

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Book Chapter
Welch, K. A. et al. Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long Term Ecological Research Sites (Greenland, D., Goodin, D. G. & Smith, R. C.) 174-195 (Oxford University Press, 2000).
Journal Article
Cawley, K. M. et al. Characterization of fulvic acid fractions of dissolved organic matter during ice-out in a hyper-eutrophic, coastal pond in Antarctica. Environmental Research Letters 8, 045015 (2013).
Singley, J. G. et al. Characterizing hyporheic exchange processes using high-frequency electrical conductivity-discharge relationships on subhourly to interannual timescales. Water Resources Research 53, 4124 - 4141 (2017).
W Lyons, B. et al. The geochemistry of upland ponds, Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24, 3 - 14 (2012).
Gooseff, M. N., Wlostowski, A., McKnight, D. M. & Jaros, C. Hydrologic connectivity and implications for ecosystem processes - Lessons from naked watersheds. Geomorphology 277, 63 - 71 (2017).
Doran, P. T. et al. Hydrologic response to extreme warm and cold summers in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science 20, 499-509 (2008).
Herbei, R. et al. Hydrological Controls on Ecosystem Dynamics in Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. PLOS ONE 11, e0159038 (2016).
Wlostowski, A., Gooseff, M. N., McKnight, D. M., Jaros, C. & W Lyons, B. Patterns of hydrologic connectivity in the McMurdo dry valleys, Antarctica: a synthesis of 20 years of hydrologic data. Hydrological Processes 30, 2958-2975 (2016).
Dieser, M. et al. Physicochemical and biological dynamics in a coastal Antarctic lake as it transitions from frozen to open water. Antarctic Science 25, 663–675 (2013).
McKnight, D. M. et al. Potential for real-time understanding of coupled hydrologic and biogeochemical processes in stream ecosystems: Future integration of telemetered data with process models for glacial meltwater streams. Water Resources Research 51, 6725 - 6738 (2015).
Castendyk, D., McKnight, D. M., Welch, K. A., Niebuhr, S. & Jaros, C. Pressure-driven, shoreline currents in a perennially ice-covered, pro-glacial lake in Antarctica, identified from a LiCl tracer injected into a pro-glacial stream. Hydrological Processes 29, 2212 - 2231 (2015).
Andriuzzi, W. S. et al. Spatial and temporal patterns of microbial mats and associated invertebrates along an Antarctic stream. Polar Biology 41, 1911–1921 (2018).
Foreman, C. M. et al. When a habitat freezes solid: microorganisms over-winter within the ice column of a coastal Antarctic lake. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 76, 401 - 412 (2011).