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  1. Animal-plant-soil nutrient relationships on Marion Island (Subantarctic)
SMITH, V.R.
SMITH, V.R. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Arctic lakes and streams as gas conduits to the atmosphere: implications for tundra carbon budgets
KLING, G.W.; KIPPHUT, G.W.; Miller, M.C.
In: Science, 251, No. 4991, 298-301
KLING, G.W. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Biogeochemical pools and fluxes of carbon and nitrogen in a maritime tundra near penguin colonies along the Antarctic Peninsula
PARK, J.-H.; DAY, T.A.; STRAUSS, S.; RUHLAND, C.T.
In: Polar Biology, 30, No. 2, 199-207
PARK, J.-H. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Bird effects on organic processes in soils from five microhabitats on a nunatak with and without breeding snow petrels in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
COCKS, M.P.; Newton, I.P.; STOCK, W.D.
In: Polar Biology, 20, No. 2, 112-120
COCKS, M.P. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Changing sources of nutrients during four million years of ecosystem development
Chadwick, O.A.; DERRY, L.A.; VITOUSEK, P.M.; HUEBERT, B.J.; HEDIN, L.O.
In: Nature, 397, No. 6719, 491-497
Chadwick, O.A. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Consumption of atmospheric methane by tundra soils
WHALEN, S.C.; REEBURGH, W.S.
In: Nature, 346, No. 6280, 160-162
WHALEN, S.C. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 7. Decomposition and nutrient mineralization studies on sub-Antarctic Marion Island (1991)
STEENKAMP, M.
Copies: 1
STEENKAMP, M. (Author)574.44Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  8. Ecological role of the current and abandoned penguin rookeries in the land environment of the maritime Antarctic
Myrcha, A.; Tatur, A.
In: Polish Polar Research, 12, No. 1, 3-24
Myrcha, A. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Effects of ornithogenic products on ecosystem structure and functioning: a new South African Biological Antarctic Research Subprogramme
Cooper, J.; SIEGFRIED, W.R.; Ryan, P.G.; STOCK, W.D.
In: South African Journal of Science, 87, 223-226
Cooper, J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. External nutrient inputs into terrestrial ecosystems of the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic region
BOKHORST, S.; Huiskes, A.H.L.; Convey, P.; AERTS, R.
In: Polar Biology, 30, No. 10, 1315-1321
BOKHORST, S. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Formation of abandoned penguin rookery ecosystems in the maritime Antarctic
Tatur, A.; Myrcha, A.; NIEGODZISZ, J.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 5, 405-417
Tatur, A. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Functional microarray analysis of nitrogen and carbon cycling genes across an Antarctic latitudinal transect
YERGEAU, E.; KANG, S.; HE, Z.; Zhou, J.; KOWALCHUK, G.A.
In: ISME Journal, 1, No. 2, 163-179
YERGEAU, E. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. High nitrogen isotope ratio for soils of seabird rookeries
MIZUTANI, H.; HASEGAWA, H.; WADA, E.
In: Biogeochemistry, 2, 221-247
MIZUTANI, H. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. The impact of a small, alien invertebrate on a sub-Antarctic terrestrial ecosystem: Limnophyes minimus (Diptera, Chironomidae) at Marion Island
HANEL, C.; Chown, S.L.
In: Polar Biology, 20, No. 2, 99-106
HANEL, C. (Author)595.771ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. The influence of elephant seals on the terrestrial ecosystem at Marion Island (1985)
PANAGIS, K.
Copies: 2
PANAGIS, K. (Author)574.44ChapterAdd To Basket
  16. Influence of environmental factors on the decomposition of penguin guano in Antarctica
ORCHARD, V.A.; CORDEROY, D.M.
In: Polar Biology, 1, No. 4, 199-204
ORCHARD, V.A. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Loss of soluble carbohydrates and changes in freezing point of Antarctic bryophytes after leaching and repeated freeze-thaw cycles
MELICK, D.R.; SEPPELT, R.D.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 4, 399-404
MELICK, D.R. (Author)582.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Mineral and energy contributions of carcasses of selected species of seabirds to the Marion Island terrestrial ecosystem
Williams, A.J.; BURGER, A.E.; Berruti, A.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 8, 53-59
Williams, A.J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Mineral and energy contributions of eggs of selected species of seabirds to the Marion Island terrestrial ecosystem
SIEGFRIED, W.R.; Williams, A.J.; BURGER, A.E.; Berruti, A.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 8, 75-87
SIEGFRIED, W.R. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. Mineral and energy contributions of feathers moulted by penguins, gulls and cormorants to the Marion Island terrestrial ecosystem
Williams, A.J.; Berruti, A.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 8, 71-74
Williams, A.J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. The mineral and energy contributions of guano of selected species of birds to the Marion Island terrestrial ecosystem
BURGER, A.E.; LINDEBOOM, H.J.; Williams, A.J.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 8, 59-70
BURGER, A.E. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Mineral and energy contributions of petrels (Procellariiformes) killed by cats, to the Marion Island terrestrial ecosystem
Williams, A.J.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 8, 49-53
Williams, A.J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios in seabird rookeries and their ecological implications
MIZUTANI, H.; WADA, E.
In: Ecology, 69, No. 2, 340-349
MIZUTANI, H. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Nitrogen fixation and nutrient cycling on the Signy Island terrestrial reference sites (1982)
Christie, P.
Copies: 1
Christie, P. (Author)574.44ChapterAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 25. Nitrogen in terrestrial ecosystems. Questions of productivity, vegetational changes, and ecosystem stability (1991)
TAMM, C.O.
ISBN: 354051807X
Copies: 1
TAMM, C.O. (Author)574.44Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  26. The nitrogen pathway in a penguin rookery
LINDEBOOM, H.J.
In: Ecology, 65, No. 1, 269-277
LINDEBOOM, H.J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Nutrient cycling in relation to biological productivity in Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems (1985)
Smith, R.I.L.
Copies: 2
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Reserve a copy 28. Nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: field methods, application and interpretation (1990)
Harrison, A.F.; Ineson, P.; Heal, O.W.
ISBN: 1851663886
Copies: 7
Harrison, A.F. (Editor)574.44Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  29. On the uptake of ornithogenic products by plants on the inland mountains of Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, using stable isotopes
COCKS, M.P.; BALFOUR, D.A.; STOCK, W.D.
In: Polar Biology, 20, No. 2, 107-111
COCKS, M.P. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Productivity and nutrient cycling of Alaskan tundra: enhancement by flowing soil water
CHAPIN, F.S.; FETCHER, N.; KIELLAND, K.; EVERETT, K.R.; LINKINS, A.E.
In: Ecology, 69, No. 3, 693-702
CHAPIN, F.S. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Recent change of Arctic tundra ecosystems from a net carbon dioxide sink to a source
OECHEL, W.C.; HASTINGS, S.J.; VOURLITIS, G.; JENKINS, M.; RIECHERS, G.; GRULKE, N.
In: Nature, 361, No. 6412, 520-523
OECHEL, W.C. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Retention of precipitation nitrogen by Antarctic mosses, lichens and fellfield soils
GREENFIELD, L.G.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 2, 205-206
GREENFIELD, L.G. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 33. Soil and vegetation systems (1977)
TRUDGILL, S.T.; Trudgill, S T
ISBN: 019874059X
Copies: 2
TRUDGILL, S.T. (Author)574.44Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  34. Soil nitrogen transformations on a subantarctic island
SMITH, V.R.; STEENKAMP, M.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 1, 41-50
SMITH, V.R. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Soils and vegetation in abandoned penguin rookeries (maritime Antarctic)
Tatur, A.; Myrcha, A.
In: Proceedings of the NIPR Symposium on Polar Biology, No. 2, 181-189
Tatur, A. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Spatial and temporal variations of dissolved gases (CH4, CO2 and O2) in peat cores
BENSTEAD, J.; Lloyd, D.
In: Microbial Ecology, 31, No. 1, 57-66
BENSTEAD, J. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Subantarctic Macquarie Island - a model ecosystem for studying animal-derived nitrogen sources using 15N natural abundances
ERSKINE, P.D.; Bergstrom, D.M.; Schmidt, S.; STEWART, G.R.; TWEEDIE, C.E.; SHAW, J.D.
ERSKINE, P.D. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. The transient response of terrestrial carbon storage to a perturbed climate
SMITH, T.M.; SHUGART, H.H.
In: Nature, 361, No. 6412, 523-526
SMITH, T.M. (Author)574.44ArticleAdd To Basket
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