McMurdo LTER Publications

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Kepner RL, Wharton, Jr. RA. McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: Characterization of protozoan communities in lakes Hoare and Fryxell using artificial substrates. Antarctic Journal of the United States - 1996 Review Issue (NSF 98-28). 1998;31(2):201-202.
Kepner RL, Kortyna A, Wharton, Jr. RA, Doran PT, Andersen DT, Roberts EC. Effects of research diving on a stratified antarctic lake. Water Research. 1999.
Kepner RL, Wharton, Jr. RA, Galchenko V. Viruses in antarctic lakes: a first assessment of their distribution. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America Supplement. 1996;77(3):230.
Kepner RL, Coats DW, Wharton, Jr. RA. Ciliated protozoa of two antarctic lakes: analysis by quantitative protargol staining and examination of artificial substrates. Polar Biology. 1999;21:285-294.
Kepner RL, Wharton, Jr. RA, Galchenko V. The abundance of planktonic virus-like particles in Antarctic lakes. In: Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free Landscapes. Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free Landscapes. Rotterdam: Balkema Press; 1997:241-250.
Kepner RL, Wharton, Jr. RA, Collier R, Cockell C, Jeffrey W. UV radiation and potential biological effects beneath the perennial ice cover of an antarctic lake. Hydrobiologia. 2000;427(1):155-165.
Kepner RL, Wharton, Jr. RA, Suttle C. Viruses in antarctic lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 1998;43:1754-1761.
Kennicutt MC, Chown SL, Cassano JJ, et al. A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond. Antarctic Science. 2015;27(01):3 - 18. doi:10.1017/S0954102014000674.
Karnovic M, Carey AE, Bair SE, van der Veen C. Mathematical Modeling of a Hydrocarbon Spill on the Ice Cover of Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Geological Sciences. 2005;M.S.:114.
Kalra I. Role of cyclic electron flow (CEF) and photosystem I (PSI) supercomplex formation during acclimation to long-term salinity stress in green algae: A comparative study. Morgan-Kiss RM. Microbiology. 2021;PhD:236. Available at:
Kalra I, Wang X, Cvetkovska M, et al. Chlamydomonas sp. UWO 241 exhibits high cyclic electron flow and rewired metabolism under high salinity. Plant Physiology. 2020. doi:10.1104/pp.19.01280.