2002-2003 Science Planning Summary

Biology & Medicine

Dr. Polly Penhale, Program Manager

Table of Contents

List projects by Principal Investigator List projects by USAP program List projects by institution List projects by station List projects by event number (digits) List deploying team members
Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)
Palmer Station McMurdo Station
 
PI Last NamePI First NameProject TitleNSF/OPP Award #Event #
AinleyDavidGeographic structure of Adelie penguin populations: Demography of population expansion01-25608 BO-031-O
AmslerCharlesThe chemical ecology of shallow-water marine macroalgae and invertebrates on the Antarctic peninsula01-25181 BO-022-L/P
BlanchetteRobertInvestigation on deterioration in the Historic Huts of the Ross Sea region of Antarctica99-09271 BO-038-O
BowserSamuelSeasonal dynamics of giant agglutinated foraminifera00-03639 BO-043-O
CastelliniMichaelEffects of foraging on the lipid biochemistry of freely diving Weddell seals01-30417 BO-199-O
ConnellLaurieYeasts in the Antarctic Dry Valleys: Biological role, distribution, and evolution01-25611 BO-019-O
DavisRandallHunting behavior and energetics of free-ranging Weddell seals99-09422 BO-017-O
DeVriesArthurAntifreeze proteins in antarctic fishes: Ecological and organismal physiology, protein structure-function and mechanism, genetics, and evolution99-09841 BO-005-M
Detrich, IIIH. WilliamStructure, function and expression of tubulins, globins, and microtubule-dependent motors from cold-adapted antarctic fishes00-89451 BO-037-L/P
DoranPeterMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert98-10219 BM-042-D
DucklowHughSeabird component of LTER (Long Term Environmental Research): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment02-17282 BP-013-L/P
DucklowHughPhytoplankton ecology component of LTER (Long Term Environmental Research): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment02-17282 BP-016-L/P
DucklowHughZooplankton component of LTER (Long Term Environmental Research): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment02-17282 BP-028-L/P
DucklowHughBio-optical component of LTER (Long Term Environmental Research): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment02-17282 BP-032-L/P
DucklowHughLTER (Long Term Environmental Research): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment00-87872 BP-045-L/P
DyeTimothyCulture emergence and health in Antarctica01-25893 BO-027-O
EmslieStevenAbandoned penguin colonies in Antarctica99-09274 BO-034-E
FountainAndrewMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert.98-10219 BM-042-F
FraserWilliamMonitoring the effects of tourism and environmental variability on Adelie penguins at Palmer Station, Antarctica01-30525 BO-198-P
GarrottRobertPatterns and processes: Dynamics of the Erebus Bay Weddell seal population02-25110 BO-009-O
HofmannGretchenEvolutionary loss of the heat shock response in antarctic fishes00-87971 BO-134-O
HuntGeorgeFood web structure across a large-scale ocean productivity gradient: Top predator assemblages in the southern Indian Ocean02-34570 (SGER) BO-025-E
JeffreyWadeLatitudinal Effects of UVR on bacterioplankton: BRIDE OF TABASCO science of opportunity cruise BO-200-O
KanatousShaneOntogeny of aerobic capacity, lipid metabolism, and elevated myoglobin concentrations in the skeletal muscles of Weddell seals01-25475 BO-018-O
KimStacyCommunity dynamics in a polar ecosystem: Benthic recovery from organic enrichment in the Antarctic01-26319 BO-010-O
KooymanGeraldEffects of B15 on breeding success of the Cape Crozier emperor penguin colony02-24957 (SGER) BO-197-O
LyonsW. BerryMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert.98-10219 BM-042-L
ManahanDonalEnergetics of protein metabolism during development of Antarctic echinoderms01-30398 BO-006-O
MartinsonDouglasLong Term Environmental Research (LTER): Climate migration, ecological response and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment02-17282 BP-021-L
McKnightDianeMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert.98-10219 BM-042-M
MurrayAlisonGene expression in extreme environments: Extending microarray technology to understand life at its limits00-85435 BO-179-O
PalinkasLawrencePrevention of environment-induced decrements in mood and cognitive performance00-90343 BO-321-M/S
PriscuJohnMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert.98-10219 BM-042-P
RaymondJamesFunction and chemical nature of ice-active substances associated with sea ice diatoms00-88000 BO-001-O
SidellBruceCold body temperature as an evolutionary shaping force in the physiology of antarctic fishes01-25890 BO-036-L/P
SmithWalkerInterannual Variability in the Antarctic Ross Sea (IVARS): Nutrient fields and seasonal productivity II00-87401 BO-047-O
TrivelpieceWayneForaging behavior and demography of pygoscelis penguins99-80641 BO-040-O
VirginiaRossMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert98-10219 BM-042-V
WallDianaMcMurdo Dry Valleys LTER: The role of natural legacy on ecosystem structure and function in a polar desert98-10219 BM-042-W
WilhelmStevenViral dynamics and the Southern Ocean iron cycle02-28895 BO-229-E