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1. Photosynthetic Response of Antarctic and Subantarctic Plants to Light and UV Stress in Undisturbed/Disturbed Habitats [ASAC_227]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 227 Photosynthetic Response of Antarctic and Subantarctic Plants to Light and UV Stress in Undisturbed/Disturbed Habitats including Recommendation ...


2. Report from the 1985 ANARE expedition to Heard Island [Heard_Island_Report_1985]
Report of the 1985 A.N.A.R.E to Heard Island. This document contains the following scientific reports: Zoology - elephant seals, fur seals, General Zoology - leopard seals, fish, insects, birds; Botany ...


3. Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BKL) Herbarium Catalog [BBG_HerbariumCatalog]
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn NY, maintains a database of the label data from the preserved plant specimens in its herbarium. The records include label data for specimens ...


4. Species Fungorum [CABI_Speciesfungorum]
The world database of fungal names (IndexFungorum; aka funindex) contains over 345,000 names of fungi (including yeast, lichens, chromistan fungi, protozoan fungi and fossil forms) at species level ...


5. Biotic Responses to UV-B Radiation in Antarctica [JCADM_NL-NADC_BIOTIC_RESPONSES]
The significant impact of enhanced UV-B radiation on Antarctic marine organisms has been widely recognized. So far studies on Antarctic terrestrial organisms are few. The aim of the project is to ...


6. Canadian Transect of Soils and Vegetation for the Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map [ARCSS081]
This report summarizes environmental, vegetation, and soil data collected from 116 releves along a 2000-km transect from Amund Ringnes, Axel Heiberg, and Ellesmere Islands in the northern Canadian ...


7. Happy Valley Permanent Vegetation Plots [ARCSS083]
This data set includes environmental, soil, and vegetation information collected from 55 relev?? plots at the Happy Valley research site along the Sagavanirktok River in northern Alaska. To complement ...


8. Terrain and Vegetation of Imnavait Creek, AK: Classification and Mapping [ARCSS112]
Investigators classified typical and characterisic vegetation communities in an area in northern Alaska using Braun-Blanquet sorted table analysis, and mapped the communities using integrated geobotanical ...


9. BOREAS TE-23 MAP PLOT DATA [BOREAS_TE23MAPP]
The BOREAS TE-23 team collected map plot data in support of its efforts to characterize and interpret information on canopy architecture and under story cover at the BOREAS tower flux sites and selected ...


10. Adaptive strategies of lichen species to cold environments: Antarctica and the Mediterranean high mountains. [CNDA-ESP_ANT94-0905_LIQ_05]   PARENT DIF
In English: At the beginning of the 1990's our ecophysiological research on Antarctic lichens was focussed on adaptations to cope with low temperatures. We assumed that low ...


11. Sensitivity to temperature and radiation and irradiance along latitudinal and altitudinal gradients [CNDA-ESP_ANT99-0680_LIQ_07]   PARENT DIF
In English: This dataset contains information on the ECOTER project, carrying out an integrated study of Antarctic vegetation communities, including mosses, lichens and vascular ...


12. Study of nitrogen fixation, photosynthesis and lichenic recolonisation in the Antarctic tundra. [CNDA-ESP_ANT93-0011-E_LIQ_04]   PARENT DIF
In English: Scientific objectives: -Evaluate the degree of nitrogen fixation in run offs by Leptogium puberulum and Nostoc sp. in relation to their photosynthetic activity ...


13. Vertical distribution of Cs-137 and Sr-90 in Antarctic soils, and their concentration in soils, moss and lichen [151-92_01]
In 21 places on the South Shetland Islands, that experience similar annual precipitation, the superficial concentration of Cs-137 was determined. For the determination of the distribution, ...


14. 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 ...


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