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  1. Animals as agents of erosion at sub-Antarctic Marion Island
Hall, K.J.; Williams, A.J.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 10/ 11, 18-24
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  2. Comparative nutritional ecology of grass-feeding in a sub-Antarctic beetle: the impact of introduced species on Hydromedion sparsutum from South Georgia
Chown, S.L.; Block, W.
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  3. Effect of reindeer trampling and grazing on lichens
PEGAU, R.E.
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  4. The effects of rabbit grazing on the grasslands of Macquarie Island
COSTIN, A.B.; Moore, D.M.
In: Journal of Ecology, 48, 729-732
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  5. Effects of reindeer on plant communities in the Royal Bay area of South Georgia
Lindsay, D.C.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 35, 101-109
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  6. Environmental modifications of a subantarctic peat-bog by the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans): a preliminary study
JOLY, Y.; Frenot, Y.; VERNON, P.
In: Polar Biology, 8, 61-72
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  7. Herbivore impact on moss depth, soil temperature and arctic plant growth
van der WAL, R.; van LIESHOUT, S.M.J.; LOONEN, M.J.J.E.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 1, 29-32
van der WAL, R. (Author)581.524.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. High-alpine environments and primary production on the Rock and Pillar Range, Central Otago
BLISS, L.C.; MARK, A.F.
In: New Zealand Journal of Botany, 12, 445-483
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  9. Impact of an increasing fur seal population on Antarctic plant communities: resilience and recovery (1997)
Smith, R.I.L.
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  10. Impact of fur seals on the terrestrial environment at South Georgia (1985)
Bonner, W.N.
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  11. The impact of introduced reindeer on the vegetation of South Georgia (1982)
Smith, R.I.L.
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  12. Influence of introduced reindeer on the vegetation of South Georgia: results from a long-term exclusion experiment
LEADER-WILLIAMS, N.; Smith, R.I.L.; Rothery, P (Peter)
In: Journal of Applied Ecology, 24, No. 3, 801-822
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  13. The influence of reindeer on the vegetation of South Georgia: I. Long-term effects of unrestricted grazing and the establishment of exclosure experiments in various plant communities
KIGHTLEY, S.P.J.; Smith, R.I.L.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 44, 57-76
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  14. Introduced reindeer and their effects on the vegetation and the epigeic invertebrate fauna of South Georgia (subantarctic)
VOGEL, M.; REMMERT, H.; Smith, R.I.L.
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Reserve a copy 15. An investigation of caribou range on Southampton Island, Northwest Territories (1975)
PARKER, G.R.
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  16. Modification of sub-antarctic flora on Macquarie Island by sea birds and sea elephants
GILLHAM, M.E.
In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 74, pt. 1, 1-11
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Reserve a copy 17. Preliminary studies on woodland caribou range, especially on lichen stands, in Ontario (1967)
Ahti, T.; HEPBURN, R.L.
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  18. Regeneration of subantarctic plants on Campbell Island following exclusion of sheep
MEURK, C.D.
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Reserve a copy 19. Reindeer forage plants in the early grazing season. Growth and nutritional content in relation to climatic conditions (1982)
WARENBERG, K.
ISBN: 9172100702
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  20. Response of vegetation on subantarctic Macquarie Island to reduced rabbit grazing
COPSON, G.; WHINAM, J.
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  21. Study of the Alaska tundra with reference to its reactions to reindeer and other grazing
PALMER, L.J.; ROUSE, C.H.
In: Research Report, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, No. 10, 48pp
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  22. Succession in two exclosures near Unalakleet, Alaska
PEGAU, R.E.
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  23. Uncontrolled grazing and vegetation removal in the Falkland Islands
McAdam, J.H.
In: Environmental Conservation, 7, 201-202
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