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Modelling Ash Fall and Debris Flow Hazards of Mt Erebus, Antarctica
Mt Erebus is a volcano in the Ross Sea that has been active since its first sighting in 1841 by Captain James Clark Ross. It consistently maintains an eruption plume and convecting lava lake of phonolitic composition, ...
Moss and Lichen as Atmospheric Biomonitors of Anthropogenic Contamination in the Antarctic: A Review
(University of Canterbury, 2014)
Lichen and moss are excellent biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal pollution as they are geographically diverse, have no waxy cuticles to control intake of nutrients/metals, can accumulate pollutants to levels that far ...