Browsing by Author "Wall, D.H."

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  • A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond

    Kennicutt, MC; Chown, SL; Cassano, JJ; Liggett, D; Peck, LS; Massom, R; Rintoul, SR; Storey, J; Vaughan, DG; Wilson, TJ; Allison, I; Ayton, J; Badhe, R; Baeseman, J; Barrett, PJ; Bell, RE; Bertler, N; Bo, S; Brandt, A; Bromwich, D; Cary, S. Craig; Clark, MS; Convey, P; Costa, ES; Cowan, D; Deconto, R; Dunbar, R; Elfring, C; Escutia, C; Francis, J; Fricker, HA; Fukuchi, M; Gilbert, N; Gutt, J; Havermans, C; Hik, D; Hosie, G; Jones, C; Kim, YD; Le Maho, Y; Lee, SH; Leppe, M; Leitchenkov, G; Li, X; Lipenkov, V; Lochte, K; López-Martínez, Jerónimo; Lüdecke, C; Lyons, W; Marenssi, S; Miller, H; Morozova, P; Naish, T; Nayak, S; Ravindra, R; Retamales, J; Ricci, CA; Rogan-Finnemore, M; Ropert-Coudert, Y; Samah, AA; Sanson, L; Scambos, T; Schloss, IR; Shiraishi, K; Siegert, MJ; Simões, JC; Storey, B; Sparrow, MD; Wall, D.H.; Walsh, JC; Wilson, G; Winther, JG; Xavier, JC; Yang, H; Sutherland, WJ (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
    Antarctic and Southern Ocean science is vital to understanding natural variability, the processes that govern global change and the role of humans in the Earth and climate system. The potential for new knowledge to be ...
  • The soil geochemistry in the Beardmore Glacier Region, Antarctica: Implications for terrestrial ecosystem history

    Lyons, W.B.; Deuerling, K.; Welch, K.A.; Welch, S.A.; Michalski, G.; Walters, W.W.; Nielsen, U.; Wall, D.H.; Hogg, Ian D.; Adams, B.J. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016)
    Although most models suggest continental Antarctica was covered by ice during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) it has been speculated that endemic species of soil invertebrates could have survived the Pleistocene at high ...