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Antarctic Ecosystem Environmental Contamination, Climate Change and Human Impact
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Abstract: In the Southern Ocean, the marginal ice zone is the nursery ground for E. superba (by far the dominant herbivore), which channels organic matter produced by nanoplankton and diatoms to cephalopods, fish, seabirds, seals and baleen whales. Krill has a number of unique characteristics – its life cycle closely matches seasonal cycles of primary productivity, adults are larger than other pelagic ... View entire text
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Dipartimento di Scienze Della Terra, Universita Degli Studi di Siena, Italy Supplemental Info
Data Center URL: http://www.dst.unisi.it/

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Name: ROBERTO BARGAGLI
Phone: +39 0577 232828
Fax: +39 0577 232806
Email: bargagli at unisi.it
Contact Address:
via P. A. Mattioli n.4
City: Siena
Province or State: Tuscany
Postal Code: 53100
Country: Italy
Publications/References
Bargagli R., 2005.-Antarctic ecosystems: environmental contamination, climate change, and human impact. Ecological Studies, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 175-395 pp.

Barrett J.E., Virginia R.A., Hopkins D.W., Aislabie J., Bargagli R., Bockheim J.G., Campbell I.B., lyons W.B., Moorhead D.L., Nkem J.N., Sletten R. S., Steltzer H., Wall D.H., Wallenstein M.D., 2006. Terrestrial ecosystem processes of victoria land, Antarctica. Soil biol. & biochem., 38, 3019-3034.
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DIF Creation Date: 2010-06-14
Last DIF Revision Date: 2016-01-27
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