2012-2013 Science Planning Summaries
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Ainley, David B-031-M Adelie Penguin response to climate change at the individual, colony and metapopulation levels
Ainley, David B-042-M COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Penguin foraging reveals phytoplankton spatial structure in the Ross Sea
Allen, Andrew B-394-M Synergistic effects of iron, carbon dioxide and temperature on the fate of nitrate: Implications for future changes in export production in the Southern Ocean
Amaral Zettler, Linda B-228-P Collaborative Research: Microbial Community Assembly in Coastal Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula
Bench, Shelley B-018-P PostDoctoral Research Fellowship
Buckley, Bradley B-308-M The cellular stress response in cold-adapted organisms: Building novel mechanistic links between heat stress, cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in Antarctic fishes.
Cheng, Chi-Hing Christina B-010-L/M/P Antarctic notothenioid fish freeze avoidance and genome-wide evolution for life in the cold
Costa, Daniel B-232-M Collaborative Research: Weddell seals as autonomous sensors of the winter oceanography of the Ross Sea
Ducklow, Hugh B-252-P The seasonal cycle of export production in an Antarctic coastal marine ecosystem
Durbin, Edward B-014-N Euphausia superba feeding using DNA analysis of gut contents
Friedlaender, Ari B-206-E RAPID: Linking the movement patterns and foraging behavior of humpback whales to their prey across multiple spatial scales within the LTER study region
Hofmann, Gretchen B-134-M Ocean acidification: Integrated approaches to understanding effects on antarctic sea urchins, Sterechinus neumayeri
Kennicutt, Mahlon B-518-M Temporal variability in natural and anthropogenic disturbance of McMurdo Station
Kim, Stacy B-174-M Benthic-pelagic coupling in an intact ecosystem: The role of top predators in McMurdo Sound
Koch, Paul B-225-M Exploring the vulnerability of Southern Ocean pinnipeds to climate change - an integrated approach
Kooyman, Gerald B-464-N Pre- and post-molt biology of emperor penguins
McClintock, James B-027-P The effects of ocean acidification and rising sea surface temperatures on shallow-water benthic organisms in Antarctica
McKay, Christopher B-302-M IceBite: An auger and sampling systems for ground ice on Mars
Mellish, Jo-Ann B-470-M Collaborative Research: Thermoregulation in free-living Antarctic seals: the missing link in effective ecological modeling
Morel, Francois B-003-P Collaborative Research: The seasonal dynamics of CO2, primary production, and DMS in the Western Antarctic Peninsula - Measurements of pools and processes using mass spectrometry
Morgan-Kiss, Rachael B-247-M CAREER: Protist diversity and function in the dry valley lakes
Naveen, Ron B-044-E Collaborative Research: Multispecies, multi-scale investigations of long-term changes in penguin and seabird populations on the Antarctic Peninsula
O'Brien, Kristin B-036-L/P Redox balance in Antarctic notothenioid fishes: Do icefishes have an advantage?
Place, Sean B-199-M Ocean acidification–category 1: Identifying adaptive responses of polar fishes in a vulnerable ecosystem
Ponganis, Paul B-197-M The physiological ecology of two Antarctic icons: Emperor penguins and leopard seals
Postlethwait, John B-029-L/P Developmental Mechanisms for the Evolution of Bone Loss
Rotella, Jay B-009-M The demographic consequences of environmental variability and individual heterogeneity in life-history tactics of a long-lived Antarctic marine predator
Schmidt, Britney B-259-M Astrobiology Science and Technology for Exploring Planets
Takacs-Vesbach, Cristina B-330-M An integrated ecological investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's active soil microbial communities
Thurber, Andrew B-004-M Microbe-metazoan interactions in an Antarctic infaunal community
Watters, George B-006-N NOAA/AMLR Cruise
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