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The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Horizon Scan
In April 2014 in Queenstown, New Zealand, the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) conducted a horizon scan to set priority research questions for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean that are relevant for the ...
Sea ice algae no more?
(University of Canterbury, 2015)
Primary productivity is an essential part of all ecosystems. Primary producers are important for starting the carbon cycle. In areas such as the Antarctic which is known to face climate changes, understanding how these ...
Can Fish of the Southern Ocean Handle Climate Change?
Trematomus bernacchii is a notothenioid fish found in the Southern Ocean (Davison et al. 1994). The Southern ocean is typically -1.8°c all year round and is one of the most temperature sensitive environments (Davison et ...