Effects of Elevated UV Irradiation and CO2 Levels on Antarctic and Subantarctic Plants, Including Implications for Ecosystem Management
Entry ID: ASAC_115

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Abstract: Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 115
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Umbilicaria decussata, Usnea sphacelata, Ceratodon purpureus and surface soil samples were collected at 10 m intervals for 90 m downwind of a concrete batching site at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Comparable samples ... View entire text
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Geographic Coverage
Spatial coordinates   
  N: -66.0   S: -67.0   E: 111.0   W: 110.0

Temporal Coverage
Start Date: 1988-03-01
Stop Date: 1988-03-31
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Australian Antarctic Division
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Province or State: Tasmania
Postal Code: 7050
Country: Australia
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Adamson E., Seppelt R.D. (1990) A comparison of airborne alkaline pollution damage in selected lichens and mosses at Casey station, Wilkes Land, Antarctica. Kerry K.R., Hempel G. Antarctic Ecosystems: Ecological Change and Conservation 347-353;
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DIF Creation Date: 2000-07-18
Last DIF Revision Date: 2014-08-28
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