Publications in 2016

Deregibus D., Quartino M.L., Zacher K., Campana G.L., Barnes D. “Understanding the link between sea ice, ice scour and Antarctic benthic biodiversity; the need for cross station and nation collaboration” Polar Record. Accepted.

Fabro, E. , Almandoz, G. O. , Ferrario, M. E. , Tillmann, U. , Cembella, A. and Krock, B. (2016)
Distribution of Dinophysis species and their association with lipophilic phycotoxins in plankton from the Argentine Sea, Harmful Algae, 59 , pp. 31-41 . doi:10.1016/j.hal.2016.09.001

Foster, L.C., Pearson, E.J., Juggins, S., Hodgson, D.A., Saunders, K.M., Verleyen, E. and Roberts, S.J., 2016. Development of a regional glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraether (GDGT)–temperature calibration for Antarctic and sub-Antarctic lakes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 433, pp.370-379.

Fernandoy, F., Tetzner, D., Meyer, H., Gacitúa, G., Hoffmann, K., Falk, U. (2017): New insights into the climatic signal from firn cores at the northern Antarctic Peninsula. The Cryosphere Discussion, in press

Fuentes, V., Alurralde, G., Meyer, B. Aguirre, G., Canepa, A., Wölfl, A.C., Hass, H.C., Williams, G.N. and Schloss, I.R.  Glacial melting: an overlooked threat to Antarctic krill. Scientific Reports 6, 27234; doi: 10.1038/srep27234 (2016).

Giannuzzi, L., Krock, B., Crettaz Minaglia, M. C., Rosso, L., Houghton, C., Sedan, D., Malanga, G., Espinosa, M., Andrinolo, D., Hernando, M. Growth, toxin production, active oxygen species and catalase activity of Microcystis aeruginosa (Cyanophyceae) exposed to temperature stress. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C 189: 22-30, 2016.

González, P. M., Deregibus, D., Malanga, G., Campana, G. L., Zacher, K., Quartino, M. L., Puntarulo, S. (2016). Oxidative balance in macroalgae from Antarctic waters. Possible role of Fe. Journal Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 486:379-386.

Husmann, G., Philipp, E. R., Abele, D. (2016). Seasonal proliferation rates and the capacity to express genes involved in cell cycling and maintenance in response to seasonal and experimental food shortage in Laternula elliptica from King George Island. Marine Environmental research, in press

Matos, M. N., Lozada, M., Anselmino, L. E., Musumeci, M. A., Henrissat, B., Jansson, J. K., Mac Cormack, W. P., Carroll, J., Sjöling, S., Lundgren, L. and Dionisi, H. M. (2016), Metagenomics unveils the attributes of the alginolytic guilds of sediments from four distant cold coastal environments. Environmental Microbiology.  Online first, doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13433

Monien, D., Monien, P., Brünjes, R., Widmer, T., Kappenberg, A., Silva Busso, A.A., Schnetger, B., Brumsack H.J. (2016). Meltwater as a source of potentially bioavailable iron to Antarctic waters. Antarctic Science , in press.

Rozema, P.D., Venables, H.J., Poll, W.H., Clarke, A., Meredith, M.P. and Buma, A.G.J., 2016. Interannual variability in phytoplankton biomass and species composition in northern Marguerite Bay (West Antarctic Peninsula) is governed by both winter sea ice cover and summer stratification. Limnology and Oceanography, online first

Seehaus,T.C., Marinsek,S., Skvarca, P., van Wessem, J.M., Reijmer, C.H., Seco, J.L., Braun, M. H. (2016). Sjögren Inlet glaciers, Antarctic Peninsula, to ice shelf breakup derived from multi-mission remote sensing time series. Frontiers in Earth Science, in press

Tillmann, U. , Borel, C. M. , Barrera, F. , Lara, R. J. , Krock, B. , Almandoz, G. O. , Witt, M. and Trefault, N. (2016). Azadinium poporum from the Argentine Continental Shelf, Southwestern Atlantic, produces azaspiracid-2 and azaspiracid-2 phosphate, Harmful Algae, 51 , pp. 40-55. doi:10.1016/j.hal.2015.11.001

Wölfl, A.-C., Wittenberg, N., Feldens, P., Hass, H.C., Betzler, C., Kuhn, G. (2016): Glacier-retreat related submarine landforms in a shallow Antarctic fjord (Potter Cove, King George Island). Antarctic Science, doi: 10.1017/S0954 102016000262

Zacher, K, Savaglia V, Bartsch I (2016) Effects of temperature and interspecific competition on growth and photosynthesis of two endemic Antarctic Desmarestia species, Algological Studies, DOI: 10.1127/algol_stud/2016/0269