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1. Climate change and Polar Terrestrial Ecosystems [Polar_Ecosystem_Global_Warming_Huiskes_IPY59_NL]   PARENT METADATA
Environmental manipulation studies are integral to determine impacts of climate warming. Chambers are predominantly used to assess summer warming on terrestrial biota, while changes during other seasons ...


2. Sources, Pathways and Sinks of Organic Matter in Antarctic Terrestrial Ecosystems (MATE) [MATE.NL]
Terrestrial, limnetic and coastal ecosystems in Antarctica are connected by transport (predominantly by melt water) of organic matter and minerals. Temperature increase (either directly or indirectly ...


3. plant and animal propagules inadvertently carried into the Antarctic - FATE [FATE]
Data were collected on three sites, see under Purpose. For Falklands Islands there are observations and countings of species, and data on soil respiration (2004, 2005). For all three sites climate ...


4. Antarctic Coastal Ecology [ACE]
Objectives: • To assess the structure and functioning of the Antarctic coastal ecosystem and the relationships between marine and terrestrial biota. • To assess the origin of organic ...


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. FRagility of Arctic Goose habitat: Impacts of Land use, conservation and Elevated temperatures [FRAGILE]
The tundra ecosystem lies under threat. Increased numbers of breeding geese, caused by changes in European land use and bird protection measures, may damage the vulnerable tundra vegetation. Examples ...


7. Population increase in Deschampsia Antarctica: genotypic variation or phenotypic plasticity? [Deschampsia_project_NL_Wouw]
PROBLEM DEFINITION Genetic exchange between local populations of Deschampsia Antarctica (Poaceae), one of the two phanerogams occurring in Antarctica, might be difficult. Dispersal of the species ...


8. plant and animal propagules inadvertently carried into the Antarctic [Aliens_Antarctic_Huiskes_IPY170_NL]
In the austral summer of 2007/2008, using the momentum of the International Polar Year (2007-2009), an international team of ecologists assessed propagule (e.g. seeds, spores, reproductive adult organisms) ...


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