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2017/18 Biology and Ecology

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B 301: Biological adaptations to environmental change i...

This science event is an international, advanced Ph.D. training course that was taught at Palmer Station during the 2016 austral winter (July-August) and will be held at McMurdo Station during the austral 2017-18 austral summer (December -February). Betwe ...

B 320: Stochasticity and cryoconite community assembly ...

Cryoconite is a combination of dust and microbial material that can absorb solar radiation and cause localized melting when deposited on glacial surfaces. These melt areas, called cryoconite holes, become hosts to ice-bound microbe communities. Low temper ...

C 504: McMurdo LTER – Glaciers: Ecosystem response to...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo ...

C 505: McMurdo LTER – Limnology: Ecosystem response t...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo ...

C 506: McMurdo LTER – Streams/Geochemistry: Ecosyste...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. LTER network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. It is one of 26 LTE ...

C 507: McMurdo LTER – Soils: Ecosystem response to am...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. LTER network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. It is one of 26 LTE ...

C 508: McMurdo LTER – Integrative Science: Ecosystem ...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo ...

C 509: McMurdo LTER – Algal Ops: Ecosystem response ...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo ...

C 511: McMurdo LTER – Meteorology/Lakes: Ecosystem re...

Initially funded in 1980, the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network is a collaborative effort of more than 1,800 scientists and students. The McMurdo LTER program is a multi-disciplinary aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems study in the McMurdo ...

C 516: ANTarctic Airborne ElectroMagnetics (ANTAEM) - r...

In Antarctica, millions of years of freezing have led to the development of hundreds of meters of permafrost. This slow freezing has trapped and concentrated water into local and regional briny aquifers that are many times saltier than seawater. Such unu ...

K020-1718-A: Evidence Based Risk Assessment of Dry Vall...

This research aims to deliver objective-based planning and management tools for the McMurdo Dry valleys of Antarctica (MDV). The project’s foundations will be a comprehensive understanding of the resilience and sensitivity of MDV habitats to human impac ...

K080-1718-A: Resilience in Antarctic biota and ecosyste...

This proposal represents an integrated, cross-disciplinary investigation of the resilience of Antarctic ecosystems from terrestrial, through inland aquatic, to near-shore marine habitats. The proposal aims to merge observations on environment, organisms, ...

K080-1718-B: Resilience in Antarctic biota and ecosyste...

This proposal represents an integrated, cross-disciplinary investigation of the resilience of Antarctic ecosystems from terrestrial, through inland aquatic, to near-shore marine habitats. The proposal aims to merge observations on environment, organisms, ...

K080-1718-C: Resilience in Antarctic biota and ecosyste...

This proposal represents an integrated, cross-disciplinary investigation of the resilience of Antarctic ecosystems from terrestrial, through inland aquatic, to near-shore marine habitats. The proposal aims to merge observations on environment, organisms, ...