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1. Baseline concentrations of elements in the Antarctic macrolichen Umbilicaria decussata [Antar_Macrolichen_Umbilicaria]
Total concentrations of major and trace elements were determined in samples of the epilithic lichen Umbilicaria decussata from 24 ice-free areas in coastal Victoria Land (Antarctica) during ...

2. Changes of major ion concentrations in melting snow and terrestrial waters from northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. [Ion_concentr_Victoria_Land]
Concentrations of major ions (Cl-, NO3-, SO42-, Na+, K+,Mg2+, Ca2+) where measure in melting snow and water samples from stream and lakes in ice-free areas throughout northern Victoria Land. Most ...

3. Entrapment of long-distance transported pollen grains by various moss species in coastal Victoria Land, Antarctica [Species_in_Victoria_Land]
In northern Victoria Land (continental Antarctica, between 72 and 76 degrees S, 162 and 169 degrees E), 18 moss samples have been collected and analyzed for the presence of pollen. In turfs and cushions ...

4. The Sea as major source of ions to lichens in terrestrial ecosystems of Victoria Land [Ions_to_lichens_Victoria_Land]
Lichens and mosses constitute the bulk of plant biomass in terrestrial ecosystem of continental Antarctica. On the hypothesis that cryptogams can be used as an early warning system to detect the effects ...

5. The terrestrial, marine and freshwater microalgae from Antarctica: biodiversity, physiological and molecular aspects. [MicroalgaeAntarctica]
This data set describes the research carried out from 1988 to 2003 on samples collected in the sea (Terra Nova Bay and Wood Bay), in several lakes (Edmonson Point, Markham Island, Inexpressible Island, ...

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