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1. Cold adaptation and functionality of the Antarctic Coastal Benthic Zones [ASAC_1165]
Antarctic sediments and sea-ice are important regulators in global biogeochemical and atmospheric cycles. These ecosystems contain a diverse range of bacteria whose biogeochemical roles remains largely ...


2. Diatom species and biogenic particle fluxes in the Australian sector of the Subantarctic and Polar Frontal Zones at ~ 1 km depth [AAS_4078_diatoms_biogenic_flux_subantarctic]
Diatom and biogenic particle fluxes were investigated over a two-year and six-year periods at the Subantarctic and Polar Frontal Zones, respectively, in the Australian Sector of the Southern Ocean. ...


3. Diatom species and biogenic particle fluxes in the Australian sector of the southern Antarctic Zone [AAS_4078_diatoms_biogenic_flux]
Diatom and biogenic particle fluxes were investigated over a one-year period (2001-02) at the southern Antarctic Zone in the Australian Sector of the Southern Ocean. Two vertically moored sediment ...


4. Diatom species of the Australian sector of the Southern Ocean [AAS_4078_Diatom_Images]
The collection aims to showcase the range of Southern Ocean diatom species found in the major hydrological provinces of the Australian Sector of the Southern Ocean along the 140 degrees E. The collection ...


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